Tanzania

 
The Tanzania Albinism Collective
The Tanzania Albinism Collective
It’s not easy for people with albinism in Tanzania. Quite the opposite: their problems are immense, and some are life-threatening. Since 2000, at...
China’s success in Africa depends on peace in South Sudan
China’s success in Africa depends on peace in South Sudan
In less than one week, Chinese president Xi Jinping will convene a summit of roughly 30 global leaders to discuss what is arguably China’s most...
Kikwete: Africa inherited poor education from colonial masters
Kikwete: Africa inherited poor education from colonial masters
DW: Why is the education sector in Africa so problematic from your point of view?Jakaya Kikwete: It...
People living with disabilities forced into marriage and sexual violence
People living with disabilities forced into marriage and sexual violence
The parents of a woman with disabilities arranged for her to be sexually abused to “take care of her sexual desire”. In another case, a woman...
Tanzania pushes for delay to regional EU trade deal amid concerns over their industry
Tanzania pushes for delay to regional EU trade deal amid concerns over their industry
On Wednesday Tanzania said it would not sign a regional trade deal with the European Union, which is due to come into effect by October  1, and...
In Tanzania, a new weapon in the war on rabies: mobile phones
In Tanzania, a new weapon in the war on rabies: mobile phones
Outside Dr Chibonda's clinic in a remote village in the rural heartland of Tanzania, seven families sit waiting anxiously. One mother is with her...
Bees deployed in Tanzania's skirmish with elephants
Bees deployed in Tanzania's skirmish with elephants
People living near the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania are enlisting the help of bees to reduce escalating tensions between them and...
Africa can rise if we cast off our shackles
Africa can rise if we cast off our shackles
Hassan is a friend who originally comes from Somalia. He is a cobbler and told me captivating stories about his journey through Africa. He was once a...
'Bad' children condemned as witches
'Bad' children condemned as witches
Bedwetting, disagreeing with parents or being left-handed are considered relatively normal features for many children, but in some African countries,...
Tanzania's elephants under siege
Tanzania's elephants under siege
Tanzania has emerged as the epicentre of Africa’s elephant poaching crisis after a government census revealed it had lost a "catastrophic" 60% of...
Albinos in Tanzania fear death as polls near
Albinos in Tanzania fear death as polls near
"This is possibly the worst time to be a person with albinism in Tanzania," says Amir Manento.
Tanzania parliament votes to sack ministers over corruption
Tanzania parliament votes to sack ministers over corruption
Tanzanian MPs have called for the sacking of several top officials including two cabinet ministers implicated in multi-million dollar energy sector...

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