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16/09/2016 - “I no longer need to waste hours fetching water. I have more time to help my husband with our cattle – which was quite difficult without access to clean water. It’s such a relief,” Zuena, a farmer from Machui, said of the African Development Bank’s Zanzibar Water and Sanitation Project, completed in 2015. Her household recently benefited from the Machui project. “It has changed our lives,” she said.

Categories: Tanzania, Agriculture & Agro-industries, Human Capital Development, Water Supply & Sanitation, Employment, Food Production, Infrastructure, Poverty Reduction


02/08/2016 - Tanzania is expected to benefit from a boost in hydropower generation and irrigation development thanks to a new study financed by the African Water Facility (AWF). This €2-million grant will help the government of Tanzania launch the pre-feasibility study of a multipurpose dam, irrigation and hydropower project in Kikonge (southwest).

Categories: Tanzania, Water Supply & Sanitation, African Water Facility


21/07/2016 - “Water and sanitation will remain one of the key development challenges facing African communities and nations, with direct impacts on economic growth,” warned the African Development Bank (AfDB) at the ongoing 6th Africa Water Week (AWW6), holding in Dar es Salam, Tanzania, from 18-22 July 2016.

Categories: Tanzania, Water Supply & Sanitation


  • From: 18/07/2016
  • To: 22/07/2016
  • Location: Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

The African Development Bank (AfDB) and the African Water Facility (AWF) will be participating in the 6th Africa Water Week (AWW-6), holding from 18-22 July 2016 at the Julius Nyerere International Convention Centre, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

Categories: Tanzania, Water Supply & Sanitation, African Water Facility


13/07/2016 - Tanzania’s Minister of Energy and Minerals, Sospeter Muhongo officially launched the Sustainable Energy for All (SE4All) Action Agenda and Investment Prospectus for Tanzania during a workshop attended by the UN Resident Coordinator for Tanzania, Alvaro Rodriguez, the EU Ambassador to Tanzania, Roeland Van De Geer, and the AfDB’s Resident Representative in Tanzania, Tonia Kandiero.

Categories: Tanzania, Energy & Power, Climate Change, Sustainable Energy for All (SE4ALL)


19/05/2016 - The Board of Directors of the African Development Bank Group (AfDB) through its private sector window has approved a USD 120-million line of credit (LOC) to CRDB Bank Plc (“CRDB”) in Tanzania.

Categories: Tanzania, Private Sector


06/05/2016 - The African Development Bank Group’s (AfDB) Board of Directors, on May 5, 2016 approved a Partial Credit Guarantee (PCG) of up to US $4 million in local currency to Tanzania Mortgage Refinance Company (TMRC).

Categories: Tanzania, Private Sector, Partnerships, Human Capital Development


11/04/2016 - JUMEME Rural Power Supply Ltd. (JUMEME) has just celebrated the operational launch of its project, which will bring solar hybrid mini-grids to electrify more than 100,000 people and 2,340 small businesses in Tanzania’s rural centres. This project has received preparation support from the Sustainable Energy Fund for Africa (SEFA), and is one of the first of its portfolio to become operational since the Fund’s inception in 2012.

Categories: Tanzania, Environment, Energy & Power, Partnerships, Infrastructure, Sustainable Energy Fund for Africa


31/03/2016 - The Board of Directors of the African Development Bank approved on Wednesday, March 30, a US $228-million loan to the Government of Kenya to rehabilitate 172-kilometre road, linking the towns of Isebania and Ahero, an axis located southeast of Lake Victoria. The renovation of this route will facilitate trade between Kenya and Tanzania, while the social aspects associated with the project will accelerate the socio-economic development of the regions along the road, benefitting nearly two million people.

Categories: Kenya, Tanzania, Transport, Regional Integration, Employment, Human Capital Development, Health


25/02/2016 - The African Development Bank Group (AfDB) will support Tanzania’s economic transformation to inclusive and green growth with an indicative concessional resource assistance package estimated at over US $1.1 billion over a five-year period.

Categories: Tanzania, Partnerships, Private Sector, Infrastructure, Transport, Energy & Power, Environment, Gender


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