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International Day for Universal Access to Information

Conference with media stakeholders and other civil society organizations

On the 28th of September 2017, the Media Institute of Southern Africa in Tanzania (MISA Tanzania) commemorated the “International Day for Universal Access to Information” in Dar es Salaam. The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) in Tanzania took part in the event which aimed at promoting citizen’s access to government and public held information, necessary for participating in the governance process as well as accessing other social and economic rights. more…

Event Reports | October 2, 2017

"PAMOJA" in Dar es Salaam

Discussion with exchange project "PAMOJA" about the Role of Youths in the Context of Climate Change

On 13th of September 2017, the student exchange project "PAMOJA" visited the KAS Country Office Tanzania for a discussion on "Climate Change in Tanzania and Germany – Challenges, Opportunities and Responsibilities of Young Citizens". more…

Event Reports | September 15, 2017

Representatives from the International Republican Institute (IRI) in Washington and Dar es Salaam visit KAS in Tanzania

On 06th September 2017, representatives of the International Republican Institute (IRI) in Washington DC and Dar es Salaam visited KAS Tanzania. The main focus of the meeting was the joint project "Countering Violent Extremism and Interfaith Programming in Tanzania". more…

Event Reports | September 7, 2017

Social Market Economy in Tanzania - Roundtable Discussion with Tanzanian Experts

On 05th of September 2017, economic experts from Mzumbe University and St. Augustine University in Tanzania met to discuss the issue of social market economy in the Tanzanian context. The event took place in Dar es Salaam and was organized by the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) in Tanzania. more…

Event Reports | September 6, 2017

False promises in the Tanzanian education sector

In January 2016, school fees for secondary school in Tanzania were remitted after the previous waiver of school fees at primary schools in 2011. This is an essential step towards the enabling of free education within the biggest country of east Africa. Nevertheless, 1,5 Million adolescents in Tanzania are still not going to school. The reasons for missing school attendance are diverse and some of them can be traced back to actual decisions of president Magufuli. more…

Daniel El-Noshokaty | Country Reports | August 7, 2017