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Finland reaffirms commitment to support Tanzania’s forestry sector16.11.2016
Finland remains committed to working in Tanzania’s forestry sector, Finish Minister for Foreign Trade and Development Kai Mykkänen said in Dar es Salaam yesterday.Read more
Tanzania: Nation Yearns for Nyerere Values
Tanzania commemorates the death of Mwalimu Julius Nyerere today amid proposals for special deliberation on how best to celebrate the statesman and keep his legacy alive.
Tanzania: African Statesmen Push for Good Governance
Former African Heads of State have underscored the need for good governance, implementable policies, selfless leadership and centred antigraft administrations for Africa to unleash its potential to achieve sustainable development.
‘Shirikisheni wananchi kwenye ardhi’
WAWEKEZAJI katika sekta ya uchimbaji wa rasilimali za umma wametakiwa kuwashirikisha wananchi katika maamuzi ya kutumia ardhi yao ili kuondoa migogoro baina yao.
Women leaders forum stresses gender parity
The Women Leaders Forum was held on the 12th of April, 2016. The forum gathered women leaders from different institutions to meet and discuss enabling factors that had elevated them to positions they were in today in order to inspire others to do the same.
UONGOZI Institute News
President John Pombe Magufuli appoints new Board of Directors21.06.2017
President of the United Republic of Tanzania H.E John Pombe Magufuli has appointed the following persons to the Board of Directors of UONGOZI Institute effective from 31st May 2017.Read more
“Patriotism required for negotiation of better trade deals” – Deputy Attorney General Gerson Mdemu
Senior government officials in Africa have been called to be patriotic when negotiating contracts on behalf of their countries - in order to come up with the best of win-win trade deals that can benefit and boost the economies of their respective nations.
Regional Negotiation Skills training on Oil and Gas kicks off
UONGOZI Institute has launched a regional negotiation skills training programme on oil and gas targeting senior officials from Africa – with the aim of equipping them with the necessary skills and techniques to bargain and secure lucrative deals that will benefit their respective countries.
Prime Minister opens leadership induction programme for DCs and DEDs
Hon. Prime Minister Kassim M. Majaliwa officially opened a leadership induction programme for 78 District Commisioners and District Executive Directors from the Central zone of Tanzania in Dodoma on 16 May, 2017.
Leadership Essay Competition 2017 now open
African citizens between the age of 18-25 are invited to submit an essay for this year’s Leadership Essay Contest organised by UONGOZI Institute. The essay contest aims to provide a space for the youth of Africa and the next generation of leaders in the region to contribute to important discussions on leadership.
New ‘Postgraduate Diploma in Leadership’ programme officially launched
22nd April 2017, Dodoma – Minister of State in the President’s Office for Public Service Management and Good Governance, Hon. Angellah Kairuki (MP), officially launched a new 'Postgraduate Diploma in Leadership' executive programme which aims to strengthen the pertinent leadership skills required for senior government leaders in Tanzania and Africa as a whole.
Young and emerging leaders convene in Dar on Africa’s development and the SDGs
Dar es Salaam – Over 150 young and emerging leaders from across Africa participated in the African Youth Dialogue, a forum to deliberate on Africa’s development and the implementation of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) on the continent.
Prime Minister Majaliwa challenges public institutions to perform better
Prime Minister of the United Republic of Tanzania, Hon. Kassim Majaliwa (MP) has challenged state owned enterprises to re-evaluate themselves and provide the government with recommendations to improve the business environment in order to increase their productivity and contribute better towards the implementation of the Second Five-Year National Development Plan (2016/17 – 2020/21).
Introducing UONGOZI Institute’s New Logo
We are proud to announce the launch of a new logo for UONGOZI Institute as part of the evolution of our organisation’s brand.
More investment needed to support Tz plantation forestry sector
The Minister of Natural Resources and Tourism Prof. Jumanne Maghembe has called upon local and international investors to invest more into the Tanzania plantation forestry sector, noting that thousands of hectors of land are yet to be harnessed for forest plantation.