MCA-T joined other institutions working under the umbrella of Ministry of Finance in the ongoing Public Service Week exhibitions taking place at Mnazi Mmoja grounds in Dar es Salaam. The message for exhibitions this year as we celebrate 50 years of Independence of Tanzania Mainland focuses on how far we have achieved to improve efficiency and minimize delays in service delivery. Tanzania has won a United Nations Public Service Award for the second year. At the MCA-T desk we have brochures, newsletters and flyers which are being distributed. In addition to that we also give explanations of the status of implementation of project activities in the construction sites. We have learned that many people remember that Tanzania received the grant from United States of America however they had no information on how the money was spent. People visiting the MCA-T desk receive detailed explanation on status of achievements at the end they appreciate the support and congratulates the MCC and Government of Tanzania for the infrastructure development which are fundamental for economic growth. We have been visited by Minister of State in the President's Office for Public Service and Management Hon. Hawa Ghasia, Ludovic Utouh, Controller and Auditor General and other distinguished guests.
Ambassador Ron Kirk visited Millennium Challenge Account - Tanzania office on 7th June 2011 to discuss and share information on Compact implementation progress and challenges. He was welcomed by MCA-T CEO Mr. Bernard Mchomvu and Senior staff. Hon. Mwanaidi Maajar, a United Republic of Tanzania AmbassadorÂ to the United States of America was also present during the visit. Hon, Kirk appreciated the achievements being madeÂ by the Compact and praised the Program Management and President JakayaÂ Kikwete for hisÂ commitment towards the program.
Ambassador Ron Kirk is a member of President Obama's Cabinet and serves as the President's principal trade advisor, negotiator and spokesperson on trade issues, He is also a member of MCC Board of Directors.
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