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Prime Minister, Mr Mizengo Pinda share views with investors from the United States of America when paid him a courtesy visit in Dar es Salaam recently.
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Prime Minister, Mr Mizengo Pinda in a group photo with investors from the United States of America and MCC officials in Dar es Salaam.
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MCA-T Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Bernard Mchonvu and Commissioner of police (F & A) Clodwig Mtweve signing a grant agreement between MCA –T and Tanzania Police Force.
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Hadzabe and Mang'ati women in a meeting on gender, with a gender consultant from CH2M Hill, Cinamon Vann (2nd R,facing camera) at kipamba in Mkalama District,Singida Region, when collected information for feasibility studies.

GOVERMENT TO SIGN SECOND MCC COMPACT

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Last Updated on Friday, 05 June 2015

The Millennium Challenge Corporation expressed optimism on the government’s likelihood to complete the agreed reforms to pave the way for the second compact to Tanzania.

Vice President of the Department of Compact Operations at the MCC, Kamran Khan said both partners, including the government and MCC, have kept on the implementation of the policy reforms that the two agreed on, some of which are tariff restructuring, policies and legislation governing the gas sector, among others.

He was giving an update on the second MCC compact on the sidelines of a forum for USA trade mission currently in the country. Mr. Khan said Tanzania’s last compact was significant, much of it having focused on transport and energy as key growth aspects for the country.

If passed, the second MCC compact to Tanzania would be over 700 million US dollars. The second MCC project will largely focus on the power sector, including investments in infrastructure as well as policy, regulatory and institutional reforms.

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