Britons flow cash to Tanzania innovators Head of the UK Department for International Development (DFID) Vel Gnanendran said in Dar es Salaam on Thursday at the launch of the Mawazo Challenge Competition organized and financed by his department that the event was expecting breakthroughs in solutions to education, health, water sanitation and hygienic challenges among the competitors.
The British government has expressed its commitment to the war against environmental degradation in Nigeria through increased funding. The current annual funding of Britain to Nigeria in that.
Every day, hundreds of Burundian refugees are arriving at the Tanzanian border, amid continued unrest in their homeland Department for International Developmen.The Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Finance, Dr Servacius Likwelile signed on behalf of the Government of Tanzania and Mr. Vel Gnanendran the Head of DFID Tanzania, signed on behalf of the UK Government. The funding will flow through the Productive Social Safety Net (PSSN) program implemented by the Tanzania Social Action Fund.Avid followers of our Twitter and Facebook accounts will remember seeing a link to a recent blog post by Vel Gnanendran, Head of DFID’s Tanzania office. The post was on the Queen’s Young Leaders Awards and Vel outlines the stories of three inspirational young Tanzanians that will simultaneously reinforce your faith in humanity and fill you with optimism for Tanzania’s future.
The Head of the UK, Department for International Development (DFID) Tanzania, Vel Gnanendran said winners of HDIF funding opportunities are selected based on a combination and balance of five criteria as innovation, development impact, viability, organisational capacity and resulted measurement. Winning innovations cover a range of notable themes including early childhood development, youth.Read More
The Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Finance, Dr Servacius Likwelile signed on behalf of the Government of Tanzania and Mr. Vel Gnanendran the Head of DFID Tanzania, signed on behalf of the.Read More
The Head of Office at DFID Tanzania, Mr Vel Gnanendran said the project will provide Dar Port capacity to remain competitive within the region and continue to deliver economic growth year on year. Explaining further on the importance of the port upgrading, Mr. Gnanendran says that economically the region is one of the fastest growing in Africa, and the demand for imports and exports is growing.Read More
Responsible for the management of a 68M USD malaria seasonal chemoprevention project funded by UNITAID, called ACCESS-SMC. In charge of coordinating the work of sub-grantees (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Catholic Relief Services, Management Sciences for Health and Medicines for Malaria Venture) setting the overarching strategic directions, and defining financial and.Read More
Witnesses: Tina Fahm, Lead Commissioner, Marcus Cox, Team Leader, Independent Commission for Aid Impact, Joy Hutcheon, Director-General for Corporate Performance, and Vel Gnanendran, Director of Finance and Delivery, Department for International Development. The Thatcher Room, Portcullis House 9.40am (private), 9.50am (public) European.Read More
Katibu Mkuu Wizara ya Habari, Vijana, Utamaduni na Michezo Prof Elisante Ole Gabriel akitoa nasaa zake kwa Vijana wanaojishughulisha na shughuli mbalimbali za kujitolea katika taasisi mbalimbali hapa nchini Tanzania wakati wa maadhimisho ya siku ya kujitolea Duniani ambapo Tanzania yamefanyika jijini Dar.Read More
DFID's approach to value for money examined 26 April 2018 Sub-Committee on ICAI takes evidence from the Independent Commission for Aid Impact (ICAI) and the Department for International Development (DFID) on DFID's approach to value for money in programme and portfolio management.Read More
COVID-19 has put the United Kingdom’s COP26 climate summit on hold until 2021. But while governments focus their immediate response on responding to urgent health, economic and social crises, the climate emergency continues to progress. Countries must lay the groundwork for a brighter future by aligning recovery measures with ambitious national climate commitments, adaptation plans, and.Read More
UK stands with Tanzania in supporting refugees. TODAY is World Refugee Day. In the 16 years since this day has been marked, never have we needed a moment to come together more. The number of refugees and displaced people is at an all-time high while the world struggles to respond. Against that backdrop, Tanzania is a beacon of hope. Since Mwalimu Julius Kambarage Nyerere’s time, Tanzania has.Read More