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GIZ opened its office in Dar es Salaam in 1982, adding further to Germany’s international cooperation with Tanzania since 1975. Currently, GIZ Tanzania focal areas of cooperation are health, water/sanitation and biodiversity. Additionally, on the bilateral level GIZ supports the Tanzanian Government strengthen its public finance system through a co-financed Good Financial Governance programme. At the regional level, we have been advising the East African Community (EAC), based in Arusha, since 1998; the focus here is deepening the economic and social integration of EAC Partner States. Furthermore, GIZ is implementing numerous other projects in Tanzania and the EAC, such as the Employment and Skills for Eastern Africa (E4D/SOGA) programme, a Special Initiative Refugees and Displacement project, Pandemic Prepardness, Promotion of the African Rice Value Chain (CARI), the Natural Resource Stewardship Programme (NatuReS) and the C40 Cities Finance Facility. From Arusha, GIZ also advises the African Court of Human Rights and the EAC on border management issues in the context of programmes with the African Union. InS is running a programme on Organic Cotton in Tanzania. Together with international and Tanzanian companies, GIZ is currently implementing four development partnerships with the private sector, the project Creating Perspectives is also collaborating with the Tanzanian private sector, bringing together local and German companies in mentoring partnerships to scale up their operations and create employment. With a team of around 140 national and 40 seconded employees, three integrated experts and three development workers (as of July 2019), we are committed to sustainable development on the ground. The portfolio of GIZ Tanzania and EAC remains at a high level. From 2009 (€ 21.789 million) to 2018 (€ 29.224 million GnB), income increased by approx. 34%. GIZ opened its office in Dar es Salaam in 1982, adding further to Germany’s international cooperation with Tanzania since 1975. Currently, GIZ Tanzania focal areas of cooperation are health, water/sanitation and biodiversity. Additionally, on the bilateral level GIZ supports the Tanzanian Government strengthen its public finance system through a co-financed Good Financial Governance programme. At the regional level, we have been advising the East African Community (EAC), based in Arusha, since 1998; the focus here is deepening the economic and social integration of EAC Partner States. Furthermore, GIZ is implementing numerous other projects in Tanzania and the EAC, such as the Employment and Skills for Eastern Africa (E4D/SOGA) programme, a Special Initiative Refugees and Displacement project, Pandemic Prepardness, Promotion of the African Rice Value Chain (CARI), the Natural Resource Stewardship Programme (NatuReS) and the C40 Cities Finance Facility. From Arusha, GIZ also advises the African Court of Human Rights and the EAC on border management issues in the context of programmes with the African Union. InS is running a programme on Organic Cotton in Tanzania. Together with international and Tanzanian companies, GIZ is currently implementing four development partnerships with the private sector, the project Creating Perspectives is also collaborating with the Tanzanian private sector, bringing together local and German companies in mentoring partnerships to scale up their operations and create employment. With a team of around 140 national and 40 seconded employees, three integrated experts and three development workers (as of July 2019), we are committed to sustainable development on the ground. The portfolio of GIZ Tanzania and EAC remains at a high level. From 2009 (€ 21.789 million) to 2018 (€ 29.224 million GnB), income increased by approx. 34%.
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