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World Bank Tanzania 15h
A big congratulations to you, Miss !! A big congratulations to all Tanzanian girls!! An undaunted warrior like this one is hard to come by. We are truly very proud of you. 💪🏾💪🏾👏🏾👏🏾
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Msichana Initiative 17h
Ni siku nzuri kwa mtoto Wa Tanzania kwani hukumu hii itamlinda Mtoto wa kike na wa kiume pia , Tunawashukuru sana Mahakimu wa Mahakama ya Rufaa kwa kuamua kusimama na mtoto wa Tanzania
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RebecaGyumi 16h
My sincere appreciation to this panel of advocates who represented our case at the Court of Appeal 1) 2) Senior Adv. Mpale Mpoki 3) Adv. 4)Adv. Alex Mgongolwa 5) Adv. Mary Richard
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World Bank Tanzania 16h
5 ways to by 2030: ● More money 4 health, and more health 4 the money ● Focusing on quality care ● Protecting all people from pandemics ● Embracing innovation ● Mobilizing for collective action
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World Bank Tanzania 18h
When investments in health begin in the early years of life and are sustained through the life cycle, they lay a strong foundation for the growth and competitiveness of nations.
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World Bank Tanzania Oct 22
The objective of the -financed TIRP is 2 deliver reliable open access infrastructure on the -Isaka rail segment. It will also strengthen capacities of agencies 2 manage infrastructure, ops and network regulation:
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World Bank Tanzania Oct 22
... During last 20yrs railway trspt in has been losing its major market share on long haul inter/intra-regional corridors 2 road haulage due 2 deteriorating railway infrastructure + inefficient operating standards. TIRP is helping change this
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World Bank Tanzania Oct 22
we are are hanging out with our friends implementers of the -financed TIRP under which the meter-gauge railway is being rehabilitated. Great progress on the physical works! We'll tell u more about it soon.
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World Bank Tanzania Oct 22
Health is a foundational element of a country’s . Without good health, children cannot go to school and learn, and adults cannot work and contribute to their households and economies.
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World Bank Tanzania Oct 22
Globally, 800M people spend at least 10% of their household budgets to pay for healthcare, often forcing them to choose between their health & other necessities, like food, school fees or transportation:
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World Bank Tanzania Oct 21
🤓🤔 The made it clear that delivering better outcomes in health and learning can significantly boost the prosperity of people and societies. Learn 👀 more👉
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World Bank Tanzania Oct 21
🧠💣😉 Empowering women and girls is fundamental to realizing gains ✓ Keeping girls in school generates human capital returns ✓ Better educated women are healthier, earn higher incomes, marry later:
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World Bank Tanzania Oct 21
🤯🧐 = the health, knowledge, capabilities, skills & resilience that people accumulate throughout their lives that equip them to realize their potential and become productive members of society:
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World Bank Tanzania Oct 20
6 key actions : ■ Multipronged approach on h/hold + outdoor factors ■ Access to clean water & sanitation ■ Robust industrial pollution mgt ■ Better municipal solid waste mgt ■ Curb E-waste threat ■ Control healthcare waste ☘️
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World Bank Tanzania Oct 20
The main sources and effects of specific environmental pollutants in : ☘️
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World Bank Tanzania Oct 20
Around 26K died prematurely in 2013 from outdoor & household air pollution. Preventing pollution today avoids tomorrow’s costly cleanup actions & offers no-regret options to alleviating poverty & creating opps for a healthier population: ☘️
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vunorocharlene Oct 19
.: Amid global trade tensions, a regional free-trade agreement for isn’t political feel-good, but is sound economics. Watch live:
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Zubedah Robinson Oct 19
4 things needs to do: 1. Embrace regional trade 2. Invest in climate resilient infrastructure 3. Build capacity to manage debt – almost 40% of African countries are in debt distress 4. Close the opportunity gap between the poor
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Andy Shuai Liu Oct 19
.: Amid global trade tensions, a regional free-trade agreement for isn’t political feel-good, but is sound economics. Watch live:
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Zubedah Robinson Oct 19
Investors in Sub Saharan are adopting a "wait and see" sentiment. This is lowering investment and is not good for growth.
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