Tanzania Veterinary Laboratory Agency (TVLA) is an Executive Agency of the Ministry of Livestock and Fisheries Development (MLFD), that was established under the Executive Agency Act Cap 245 (Revised Edition; R.E 2009), gazetted on GN number 74 of 9th march 2012 supplement Number 8 and instated by the Chief Permanent Secretary on 11th July, 2012.
The National Institute for Medical Research (NIMR) is the largest public health research institution in Tanzania. It was established by the Parliamentary Act No. 23 of 1979 as a parastatal organization under the Ministry of Health. The establishment of NIMR was in recognition by the government of the need to generate scientific information required in the development of better methods and techniques of enhancing disease management, prevention and control in the country.
Tanzania Fisheries Research Institute (TAFIRI) was established by the Act of Parliament No. 6 of 1980 to promote, conduct, and co-ordinate fisheries research in Tanzania. The idea of establishing TAFIRI came after the collapse of the East African Community in 1977. Before the collapse, the Community had several functions, among which include fisheries research and development.
DIT is a fully accredited institution by the National Council for Technical Education (NACTE). It offers a wide range of full-time, part-time and professional engineering qualifications and courses. The Institute has replaced the FTC and ADE programmes with Ordinary Diploma and Bachelor of Engineering programmes respectively (i.e National Technical Awards (NTA ) Level 4-8) in line with the NACTE competence based modular training system. Currently, the Institute is undergoing both administrative and academic transformations to match with its new structure, roles and functions. The expectations and aspirations of Tanzanian towards DIT are very high as expressed in the National Technical Education and Training Policy of 1996, National Higher Education Policy of 1999 and Tanzania Development Vision 2025 of 1999. Our ultimate goal is to transform DIT to a world-class centre of excellence in Engineering, Applied Sciences and Entrepreneurship.
Chocolate Mamas Gourmet Chocolate Company is East Africas' first and only indigenous producer of chocolate - from bean to bar. Based in Dar es Salaam and proudly Tanzanian, we source premium cocoa directly from local farmers to home grown, organic, fair trade chocolate of the highest quality. All of our chocolate is made from 100% pure cacao with no mixed vegetable oils, emulsifiers, preservatives or other adulterants of any kind.
ARU has structured its academic program in the following schools and institute; School of Architecture and Design (SADE), School of Contraction Economics and Management (SCEM), School of Real Estate studies (SRES), School of Geospatial Sciences and Technology (SGST), School of Urban and Regional Planning (SURP), School of Environmental Science and Technology (SEST), and Institute of Human Settlement Studies (IHSS). We review our curricula time to time so as to meet the demand of labor market. ARU’s mission and vision is geared to achieving sustainable socio-economic development for Tanzania and the World at large, directed to enhance the nation’s capacity to utilize available opportunities within the Country and elsewhere. Thus, ARU engaged experienced teaching staffs who have relevant skills and professions as well as updating the academic unity faculties through training and short courses to capture technological advancement. Our students involved on practical trainings, as one of the quality assurance in...
The Energy Change Lab wants to spur systemic change in the energy system of Tanzania, towards one that is sustainable and works for all citizens. We work towards this aim by cultivating pioneers, by challenging practices, and by changing mindsets in all layers of society. We believe true innovation happens if we enable and connect pioneering people and organizations, and stimulate joint problem solving.
The Zanzibar Technology and Business Incubator program was set up by MESWYWC in 2015 to encourage the women and youth of Zanzibar to launch their own businesses. The program targets aspiring individuals, giving them the tools and knowledge to become successful entrepreneurs. Incubatees learn core elements of business planning at an accelerated pace and have access to a multitude of office and production facilities, allowing their businesses to develop into successful well-structured and fully productive enterprises.
For more than 40 years, The Barefoot College has designed new ways to nurture and support a journey to empowerment, one village at a time, one woman at a time. We demystify and decentralise technology and put new tools in the hands of the rural poor with a singular objective of spreading self-sufficiency and sustainability. With a geographic focus on the Least Developed Countries, we train women worldwide as solar engineers, innovators and educators, who then return to their villages to bring light and learning to their community. Barefoot College Zanzibar provides education for those who have never had that opportunity before. By teaching them practical skills on solar energy, beekeeping and sewing, we provide knowledge that inspire sustainable and fair solutions across East Africa. TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER, ENTERPRISE & EMPOWERMENT Placing women at the heart of bringing light to their communities, creating a place of learning, discovery and transformation for...
Sahara Sparks is the Innovation and Technology Entrepreneurship event, which promotes early stage companies by providing them with the opportunity to be exposed, pitch and exhibit their products and services, to find investors and potential partners. Sahara Sparks activities includes Exhibitions, Product launching, Pitching sessions, Talks, Panel discussions and many more.