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Prof Elisante Gabriel (L), Deputy Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Information, Youth, Culture and Sports, hands over a certificate to Aisha Said, one among the 48 young entrepreneurs who received training on energy efficiency, renewable energy technologies and green entrepreneurship for youth empowerment through the support of UN Habitat and International Labour Organisation . The two-week training was held at Veta headquarters in Dar es Salaam earlier this month.
ILO sets aside USD25,000 to support young entrepreneurs
The International Labour Organisation (ILO) has allocated USD25,000 to five groups of youth entrepreneurs from Ilala, Temeke and Kinondoni to be used as start up capital or to enhance their skills in businesses they are currently undertaking. ILO Chief Technical Advisor Jelous.
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Ifoam picks Tanzania 2nd largest producer of organic food in Africa
Tanzania is Africa’s second producer of organic food after Uganda, according to International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movement (Ifoam). Worldwide, the country ranks fourth in production and exportation of organic food with 186’537 ha of organic land in 2012.
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