Latest Tanzania News

Portable cancer testing expands in sub-Saharan Africa
Victoria University modelling shows road safety investment could save millions of lives in developing countries
Guidance, tools and support for countries transitioning to digital, case-based surveillance for TB
Solutions journalism boosts road safety in Tanzania
Double burden of climate change
Human Rights Council Adopts Universal Periodic Review Outcomes of Republic of Moldova, South Sudan, Haiti and Sudan
Statement of Thirty-second Polio IHR Emergency Committee
Commonwealth leaders recommit to ending malaria and neglected tropical diseases
Emergency preparedness requires gender-aware responses to reduce burdens of care, violence and economic insecurity on women
Wild animals evolving much faster than previously thought
G7: FAO puts forward proposals to address current and future food shortages
First ever International Day of Plant Health: no food security without healthy plants
Mungbean network sprouts new opportunities
Tropical scientists deliver ‘World-first’ in Scotland
WHO congratulates Sudan on adopting “High burden to high impact” approach
African countries commit to raise ambitions for Sustainable Development Goals
Egypt and Nigeria medicines regulators achieve high maturity level
FAO welcomes decision to mark International Day of Plant Health annually on May 12
PEPFAR and UN Women announce partnership to strengthen leadership and voice of young women in global HIV response
Solar-powered UV water treatment could improve health outcomes in rural Tanzania
One year after Palma attacks, thousands continue to flee violence in northern Mozambique
Australia’s sustainable transport future gets $7.9 million boost
UN names 2026 as International Year of Rangelands and Pastoralists
Harmony week – Everyone belongs
Ancient humans impact African island environment
President of Human Rights Council appoints members of investigative body in Ethiopia
Human Rights Council to Hold its Forty-Ninth Regular Session from 28 February to 1 April 2022
How many tree species live on our planet?
Wollongong’s Australia Day winners
BHP Operational Review for half year ended 31 December 2021
Capitalizing on time in race to breed inclusive, resilient crops
Ostrich Eggshell Beads Reveal 50,000-Year-old Social Network Across Africa
Annual meeting of FAO’s Flexible Multi-Partner Mechanism discusses 2022-2025 phase
Peste des Petits Ruminants: FAO calls for more funding to eradicate disease by 2030
National Backyard Cricket is Back This Summer
Air Tanzania Announces Order for Boeing Freighter and Passenger Jets
First-Nation’s fire knowledge is reducing severity of Africa’s wildfires and cutting emissions
First-Nation’s fire knowledge is reducing severity of Africa’s wildfires and cut emissions
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Ending child labour by 2025 requires effective action and strong leadership
Tajikistan’s human rights record to be examined by Universal Periodic Review
International leaders sign statement at COP26
Tanzania’s human rights record to be examined by Universal Periodic Review
Baylor and Harvard Researchers Partner in Long-Term, Global Study of Human Flourishing
University of Toronto doctor of nursing program focused on improving health system
Human Rights Council Universal Periodic Review Working Group to hold thirty-ninth session in Geneva from 1
More than 60,000 Burundian refugees voluntarily return home this year
IATA Adds ‘Quote and Book’ Function to IATA Net Rates – IAG Cargo First to Integrate Solution