Mot-Clé: Tanzania

The International Conference on African Entrepreneurship and Small Business Development (ICAESB) is an annual event of the University of Dar es Salaam Business School (UDBS). The conference... ... read more

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ledna-team
02.05.2010
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SME / entrepreneurship / Tanzania / University of Dar es Salaam

Candidates are invited to apply for the first ‘Towards Local Democracy and Local Development through Local Government’. The International Training Programme, a joint ICLD-UNCDF initiative... ... read more

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ledna-team
04.04.2011
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local democracy / local development / local governance / Rwanda / Swedish International Centre for Local Democracy (ICLD) / Tanzania / Uganda / United Nations Capital Development Fund (UNCDF) / Zambia / Zimbabwe

The 2012 edition of the African Green Revolution... ... read more

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lednateam
25.09.2012
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agriculture / AGRA / public-private partnership / Tanzania

African schools won five out of the eight prizes on offer for the 2011 School Enterprise Challenge, a global competition for schools. This announcement coincides with the launch of the 2012... ... read more

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TeachAManToFish
10.05.2012
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business-skills / education / Botswana / Burkina Faso / Burundi / Central African Republic / Chad / charity / Democratic Republic of the Congo / Djibouti / Ethiopia / Gambia / Ghana / global competition / Ivory Coast / Kenya / Lesotho / Liberia / Libya / Malawi / Mali / Mozambique / Namibia / Niger / Nigeria / Rwanda / schools / Senegal / Sierra Leone / Somalia / South Africa / Suriname / Swaziland / Tanzania / Uganda / Zambia / Zimbabwe

This report presents the results of the first Benchmarking Exercise of the Lead Country Network and explains in detail main benchmarking areas and findings. The Lead Country Network is a diverse... ... read more

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ledna-team
11.03.2011
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benchmarking / Democratic Republic of the Congo / Egypt / Ghana / good practices / LEAD countries / Liberia / Mali / Nigeria / Rwanda / Senegal / Tanzania / Togo / youth employment / youth employment mapping / Zambia