Methodology[ edit ] The report is above all, a benchmark study of regulation. The survey consists of a questionnaire designed by the Doing Business team with the assistance of academic advisers.
Ireland and Tanzania Irish Aid has been providing development assistance to Tanzania since and launched its aid programme in with the opening of a Development Cooperation Doing business report 2013 tanzania embassy in Dar es Salaam.
Since then, we have worked with a variety of partner organisations including government institutions, UN agencies, international research institutions, civil society organisations and donor agencies to deliver on our overall goal of inclusive growth and reduced poverty and vulnerability in Tanzania.
We have set out our objectives in our Tanzania Country Strategy Paper which has a significant emphasis on building government systems and a focus on partnership and interventions that deliver results for the poor and vulnerable.
The new strategy runs from As well as providing assistance through our bilateral aid programme, we support the work of local and international aid agencies and missionary organisations in Tanzania through our civil society funding schemes.
We also support a number of research and learning partnerships between higher education institutions in Ireland and Tanzania. Wed, 11 Oct With the introduction of a multiparty political system inTanzania has strengthened democracy and political freedoms.
Over the last number of years, political opposition, the media and civil society have all become notably more assertive. The parliament, whose sessions are broadcast live, has played an important role in enhancing accountability and increasing public interest in political issues.
Public sector reform, particularly in the area of public financial management and audit have contributed to increased accountability and are active agents in the fight against corruption.
The country also recently joined the Open Government Partnership, a new multilateral initiative that aims to secure concrete commitments from governments to promote transparency, empower citizens, fight corruption and harness new technologies to strengthen governance.
In October Tanzania will go to the polls to elect a new President as President Kikwete prepares to hand over power to his successor.
Ireland is supporting the election preparation through a UNDP Democratic Empowerment Programme with a particular focus on voter education. Tanzania has made sustained efforts to promote participation of women in parliament.
The Embassy has recently signed an agreement with the Women Fund Tanzania to increase the voice and participation of women in upcoming elections and in post-election processes such as monitoring implementation of campaign promises. This growth is due in particular to strong performances in the services especially telecommunicationsconstruction, and manufacturing sectors.
Agriculture and fishing is the largest economic sector accounting for one third of GDP and employing two thirds of Tanzanians, but has experienced much lower growth. The majority of crop production takes place on smallholder, subsistence farms largely using hand tools.
Most farm produce is sold in raw form with little value addition. There are over 15 million smallholder farmers in Tanzania, around half of whom are women. Rising food and fuel prices are a serious concern for the public. However, recently discovered oil and gas deposits, if well managed, are likely to have a significant impact on growth and prosperity in the medium to long term.
Tanzania has made good progress towards achieving the Millennium Development Goalsparticularly in education and environmental sustainability. Tue, 08 Sep It is grounded in a shared history of colonialism and years of people-to-people links, political exchanges and cooperation in development.
More sustainable livelihoods for poor women and youth Irish Aid recognises that productive economic activities are critical to breaking the cycle of poverty, through increasing incomes, better opportunities for decent employment and engagement in social protection.
We are committed to strengthening the capacity of Tanzanian research institutions in the area of socio-economic transformation and to ensure that the policy and political dialogue on economic growth is influenced by good evidence on what works effectively.Report the loss or theft online Contact the Australia High Commission in Nairobi via email at [email protected] or on the numbers listed above, during local business hours.
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Oct 11, · By Fumbuka Ng'wanakilala DAR ES SALAAM (Reuters) - A group of 12 international donors have delayed budget support for Tanzania until findings of an investigation into charges of corruption in the. The Doing Business Report (DB) is a report started by Simeon Djankov and elaborated by the World Bank Group since every year that is aimed to measure the costs to firms of business .