Tanzania

Tanzania has been a partner country of the Belgian governmental cooperation since 1982. The joint efforts of the Tanzanian and Belgian governments concentrate on two priority sectors in the Kigoma Region: basic infrastructure for water and sanitation, and sustainable agriculture.

Water and sanitation

We support the Tanzanian Ministry of Water in developing water supply and sanitation in remote areas. We develop technical solutions to improve access to water in rural areas on the one hand, and we build capacity within the communities for better water management on the other hand. Proper water management by local communities will enhance the sustainability of water and sanitation infrastructures and services.

Women at a water tower in Mozambique.

Sustainable agriculture

We support the Tanzanian Government in developing the value chain of agricultural crops and in increasing private sector participation in the development of commercial agricultural industries.

In order to ensure a maximum impact, we focus on two value chains with highest impact on food security and revenues generation for both women and men. Concretely, the cassava and beans value chains will serve as entry points in optimizing agricultural value chains in Kigoma Region, from production, processing to marketing.

Car crossing a stone arch bridge in Tanzania.

Beekeeping

Tanzania has a big potential in producing high quality environmentally sustainable honey. The Tanzanian government and Enabel – via funding of the European Union – are investing in the country’s beekeeping industry as a source for inclusive growth, poverty reduction and food security.

Beekeeper in Tanzania is preparing to collect honey.

Contact the Enabel team in Tanzania

14/15 Masaki, Haile Selassie Road, 
Oasis Office Park 4th Floor.
PO Box 23209 – Dar Es Salaam
T +255 22 266 7724 | representation.tanzania@enabel.be 
Resident Representative: Koen Goekint

News & Events

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24 November 2022

Digital for Development (D4D) Prize: highlights

On Thursday 24 November, the D4D Prize was awarded. Three projects linked to Enabel were nominated. A look back at this memorable day. 

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02 July 2021

Enabel takes part in multi-stakeholder project to transform Rwanda’s Eastern Province through forests and landscapes restoration

The Green Climate Fund (GCF) and the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) have signed a funding agreement for the project “Transforming Eastern Province through adaptation” (TREPA) with a GCF contribution of 40 million euro and an additional 18 million euro mobilized as co-financing from the Government of Rwanda and other Project Executing Entities.

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15 September 2021

EU, Enabel and ITC to support beekeeping value chain in Tanzania

Enabel and the International Trade Centre signed a cooperation agreement for a new EU-funded project that will enhance the development of the beekeeping value chain in six regions in Tanzania and contribute to inclusive and sustainable economic growth in the East-African country.

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29 November 2022

Enabel takes a key role in European initiative to boost African Vaccine Manufacturing

As part of a Team Europe initiative, Enabel is working in a consortium of three development agencies to support the African Union achieve its goal to upgrade African vaccine production to 60% of needed vaccines in Africa by 2040.

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Events

15 December 2022

Take part in our #EnablingTheFuture event

On 15 December, Enabel invites you to its first event on the theme of social innovation in its office in Brussels or online. #EnablingTheFuture

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Resources

22 November 2022

Study: Quality of Youth Corners and Youth-friendly Services and Expectations in Rwanda

This booklet presents a summary of the results of the assessment of the Quality of youth corners and other related youth-friendly services at the health centers and expectations of young people and the community. The study was conducted to assess the quality status of services offered to young people in the Youth Corners identify adolescents’/community expectations to draw recommendations and design evidence-based strategies for improvement of the ASRH services.

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