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“Greening” the Mission by converting to Solar Energy

06 August 2020

Recently the Embassy took a big step forward by completing the installation of a solar energy electricity system, with a view to reducing the Embassy’s impact on the environment. Installing a renewable energy source to cover the needs of the Mission complies with Ireland’s public sector energy efficiency plans

Supporting Women and Girls Wellbeing during the COVID-19 Pandemic

06 August 2020

With support from the Embassy, AMREF Health Africa has been implementing the Women and Girls Wellbeing Programme in Misungwi and Itilima districts, aimed at reducing maternal mortality through an integrated health and behaviour change approach. The programme is working to strengthen health and social welfare systems to respond to the needs of pregnant women and vulnerable children.

Continuing His Excellency President Mkapa’s legacy through the Mkapa Fellows Programme (MFP)

30 July 2020

On the week of H.E. Benjamin Mkapa’s death, Ireland joins the people of Tanzania in mourning a great leader and friend. Mkapa’s legacy is one which has pursued a healthcare system that will continue to change the lives of millions of Tanzanians long after his death. Ireland is proud to continue partnering with the Mkapa Foundation to achieve his vision.

Responding to COVID-19 and gender inequalities through Community Radio

21 July 2020

Embassy Partner UZIKWASA launches a classroom radio show for students during the COVID-19 pandemic, with a focus on ensuring continued access to education for girls during a time when domestic and caring responsibilities increase.

Ireland contributes €500,000 to UNICEF to support Healthcare Workers responding to COVID-19

14 May 2020

Through UNICEF, Ireland provides essential PPE, equipment and supplies to support clinicians and Community Health Workers in the fight against COVID-19.

Embassy partner urges protection of rights as Tanzania responds to COVID-19

11 May 2020

Embassy partner, Legal and Human Rights Centre, supports the safeguarding of human rights during the COVID-19 crisis.

Protecting the most vulnerable during the COVID-19 crisis

07 May 2020

The Embassy of Ireland is working with UNAIDS to protect the vulnerable populations in Tanzania during the COVID-19 crisis, helping to ensure continued access to vital services and protecting their rights.

Ireland contributes €500,000 to the WHO's COVID-19 response in Tanzania

27 April 2020

Ireland contributes €500,000 to support the World Health Organisation's response to COVID-19 in Tanzania.

Ireland supports healthcare in Kigoma - the United Nations Kigoma Joint Programme

07 February 2020

Kigoma region struggles with high rates of poverty, stunting in children under five, maternal mortality due to teenage pregnancies and early marriage. Ireland supports healthcare in Kigoma through the UN Joint Kigoma Programme, strengthening essential services for local and refugee communities.

Celebrating 40 years of diplomatic relations with Tanzania

03 December 2019

In my own words: 40 years of Irish Tanzanian relations celebrates the people-to-people links between our two countries, as told through the personal stories of friendship and cooperation.

Promoting positive behaviours and preventing domestic violence through couples' training

02 December 2019

Ireland is supporting Tanzanian NGO UZIKWASA to address the root causes of spousal violence in Pagani through couples' training and an interactive live radio program.

ICPD25 - Ireland's efforts to 'Accelerate the Promise' in Tanzania

21 November 2019

Women's reproductive health is a priority for the Government of Tanzania, and Ireland supports programmes to improve the health of women and girls across the country.

Universities partner to launch Gender Awareness through Education Programme

12 November 2019

Trinity College Dublin (TCD) and Dar es Salaam University College of Education (DUCE) partnered to launch the Gender Awareness and Transformation through Education (GATE) Programme on 12 November 2019.

Ujana Wangu Nguvu Yangu My youth, My power: Leaving no young person behind in Kigoma

29 October 2019

Adolescents and young people in Kigoma face formidable challenges on a daily basis, such as staying healthy, getting an education and making their own decisions in life. For them, there is a real danger of being left out and left behind

Tanzania’s deaf community celebrates significant progress in harmonizing sign language.

27 September 2019

Institutions for Inclusive Development (I4ID), a development project co-funded by Irish Aid and DFID, joins other stakeholders across the country in marking the International Week of the Deaf.

Support to Africa Code Week 2019

05 September 2019

The Embassy of Ireland is supporting this year’s Africa Code Week in Tanzania.

Ireland renews partnership with the Legal and Human Rights Centre

02 September 2019

Ireland signed a partnership with the Legal and Human Rights Centre (LHRC), Tanzania’s leading non-state human rights organisation.

Ireland-Africa Fellows Programme 2020-2021- Applications Now Open

15 August 2019

The Ireland-Africa Fellows Programme will this year offer a select number of future leaders and influencers from Tanzania the opportunity to study for a prestigious Master’s degree in Ireland.

Changes to Consular Fees payment Process

12 July 2019

From Monday, 15th July 2019 the Embassy of Ireland will no longer accept cash payments for consular services. All payments that are not made online must be lodged directly by the applicant in Euros in the Embassy’s bank account. A receipt of payment must be submitted with the application for the consular service you are seeking.

Ireland Signs New Agreement with REPOA

26 June 2019

Ireland Signs New Agreement with REPOA. Supporting Research and Evidence-Based Policy Advice for Economic Growth and Poverty Reduction.

Embassy supports Training workshop on gender-based Research and Education

24 May 2019

Promoting positive and transformative change for women and girls through higher learning institutions

Bringing Women and Girls Closer to Dignified Menstrual Health Management

08 March 2019

In 2018 Tanzanian activists and development organisations united to call for the abolition of tax on sanitary pads. Their campaign succeeded, bringing millions of girls and women closer to clean, dignified menstrual management as products become more affordable.

The Importance of Female Peacekeepers

07 March 2019

An article by Captain Carbery on the importance of female peacekeepers.

Government of Ireland – International Education Scholarship (GOI-IES) Call for Applications

15 February 2019

The 2019 Government of Ireland – International Education Scholarship funding call is open.

International Day of Zero Tolerance to Female Genital Mutilation – 6th February 2019

06 February 2019

Today is the International Day of Zero Tolerance of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM). Female Genital Mutilation is a practice that violates children’s and women’s rights and has the potential to cause serious medical, emotional, psychological and social complications.

Call for Applications for the Emigrant Support Programme 2019 is now OPEN

05 February 2019

Through the Emigrant Support Programme, the Government provides financial support to organisations engaged in the delivery of front line advisory services and community care to Irish emigrants, particularly to the more vulnerable and marginalised members of our community abroad, including the elderly.

Embassy supports Moot Court hearings on Gender Based Violence

20 December 2018

In Tanzania the Demographic and Health Survey found that 40% of women have experienced physical violence and 20% have experienced sexual violence.

Ireland launches a new partnership with TradeMark East Africa.

17 December 2018

Promoting trade and investment in Tanzania and building business linkages between Tanzania and Ireland.

Joint Op-ed by Ambassadors of Ireland, Norway and Sweden on International Human Rights Day

14 December 2018

Text of a joint Op-ed by the Ambassadors of Ireland, Norway and Sweden published on the 10th December 2018.

Irish community and Embassy partners celebrate the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage in Ireland

14 December 2018

The Embassy celebrated this historic anniversary at an event with our partners and the Irish community, hosted at the residence of the Irish Ambassador.

New partnership promoting human rights in Tanzania launched

13 December 2018

This week, Ireland also launched a new partnership with the Tanzanian Legal and Human Rights Centre to support the promotion and protection of human rights in Tanzania.

Ireland Invests €1.3 (Tsh 3.4 bn) to Support Youth Empowerment in Tanzania

07 December 2018

This week, the Embassy of Ireland launched a new partnership with IYF (International Youth Foundation) as part of its investment this year of €1.3 million to support the empowerment of Tanzania’s young people.

Applications for the Courtney Fellowship Programme in Burindi Now Open

27 November 2018

2019/20 Courtney Fellowship Programme Call for applications

Girl Power and better health care in Misungwi, Tanzania

09 November 2018

Girl Power and better health care in Misungwi, Tanzania

Applications for Irish Aid Scholarships Now Open

29 October 2018

Applications are now open for the 2019-2020 Irish Aid Scholarship Programme (Fellowship Training Programme).

Next call for AADP applications launched at Africa Ireland Economic Forum

15 October 2018

New call for proposals under the Africa Agri-food Development Programme, funded by the Irish Government.

Embassy supports dialogue forum on ending FGM, early marriage and teenage pregnancies

08 October 2018

The Embassy of Ireland today supported a dialogue forum on ending female genital mutilation (FGM), early marriage and teenage pregnancy, held at the Dar es Salam University College of Education (DUCE).

Exciting Job Opportunity

08 October 2018

Rural Livelihoods Programme Manager Job advertisement

Ireland launches new partnership with Women Fund Tanzania on Women’s Rights

21 September 2018

Today the Embassy of Ireland launched a new partnership with Women Fund Tanzania

Africa Ireland Economic Forum

18 September 2018

The sixth Africa Ireland Economic Forum will take place on 11 October 2018 in the Convention Centre, Dublin.

Ireland invests €2.76 million (Tsh 7.32 billion) to improve income opportunities in agriculture

18 September 2018

The Embassy announced yesterday a series of grants totalling TSH 7.3 billion which will support programmes to improve the incomes of people living in rural Tanzania.

Two new Fellows depart for study in Ireland

04 September 2018

The Embassy bid farewell this week to our two Irish Aid Fellows for 2018, Nora Nyamisi Kweba and Josephine Caroline Sepeku.

Launch of Amref CHW programme in Itilima

20 July 2018

On the 12th of July 2018 the Embassy of Ireland participated in the launch of Amref Health Africa’s Community Health Workers recruitment and deployment support programme (Tuwatumie).

Invitation to attend the screening of In the Name of Your Daughter

16 July 2018

Invitation to attend the screening of In the Name of Your Daughter

Job Opportunity – Governance and Human Rights Programme Manager

12 July 2018

The Embassy of Ireland is seeking to recruit a highly motivated and dynamic individual to join its team and support the implementation of its Mission Strategy.

Africa Day 2018

06 June 2018

Launch of Africa Day 2018 in Dublin, Ireland.

Senior Governance and Gender Specialist

15 May 2018

This competition has now closed.

Exciting Job Opportunities

08 May 2018

This competition has now closed.

Job Opportunity - Head of Administration

24 January 2018

This competition has now closed.

Leave No One Behind: End Violence against Women and Girls

27 November 2017

Leave No One Behind: End Violence against Women and Girls.

Fellowship Training Programme 2018

02 November 2017

Fellowship Training Programme 2018

Minister Cannon launches Gender Based Violence programme in Tanzania

01 November 2017

Minister Cannon launches Gender Based Violence programme in Tanzania

Exciting Job Opportunities

20 June 2017

This competition has now closed.

Embassy delighted to welcome internationally renowned Irish musician Moya Brennan

14 March 2017

The Embassy of Ireland is delighted to announce that internationally renowned Irish musician, and "First Lady of Celtic Music", Moya Brennan will be joining the St. Patrick's Day celebrations in Dar es Salaam this year.

Rural Livelihoods Programme Manager

23 January 2017

This competition has now closed

Latest case studies from the Embassy

Cash Plus

Cash Plus

A better chance in life for the most vulnerable adolescent girls and boys in Tanzania

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Kipunguni WFA

Kipunguni WFA

No more FGM here - 2018

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Dr Zabron Masatu

Dr Zabron Masatu

Interview with Dr Zabron Masatu, Irish Aid Fellow and District Medical Officer for Misungwi District

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