September 1, at Dr Abel Kinyondo from REPOA, a think-tank, said protecting local industries is good but should not be done in a way that would affect the productivity and competitiveness of local producers.
Show Bio Biography Grace Bicha Oloo is Micro-finance, Entrepreneurship and business development specialist, trainer, institutional assessor and consultant with over 25 years of experience in Africa.
She has held various strategic and administrative oversight positions over the years namely Director for Institute of entrepreneurship; Director for Center for micro-finance; Managing director; Regional director; General Manager and Executive Director for various organizations in Africa with a lot of work related travel within Africa.
Ms Oloo has been involved in various special assignments at Strategic and policy levels including Rural Development planning Phakisa for the South Africa Government; an Advisor for Student in Free Enterprise a collaboration between South Africa universities and USA, she chaired the first Africa Renaissance poverty eradication conference hosted by the South African embassyAfrica Renaissance Institute and Botswana Embassy in Tanzania, she was appointed as recognized Gender international expert involved in Peaceful negotiation between Sudan warring parties She developed a database for micro and small business women on behalf of African Business Women Institution in Kenya and initiated business leads with Global networks in USA.
A highlight of which, inMs Oloo organized a ground breaking conferences in micro-finance that brought together experts from all over Africa and Nobel Peace Prize Winner Prof.
In and she took the lead in organizing an integrated innovation conference in South Africa that brought together government, private sector, civic society and individuals under one roof to discuss Integrated innovation for mass impact in South Africa. Her work in social- economic development issues, allows her to travel frequently in Africa and internationally as presenter, observer and discussant in conferences and related fora.
She is currently leading a study on Youth unemployment and entrepreneurship in South Africa.
Tanzania is one of the world’s poorest economies in terms of per capita income, but has achieved high growth rates based on its vast natural resource wealth and tourism. GDP growth in was an impressive % per year. The Doing Business Report provides objective measures of business regulations for local firms in economies. Each year countries try to move up in the rankings in relation to their neighbors while improving the business climate for firms who do business within their territory. The Doing Business project provides objective measures of business regulations and their enforcement across economies. Economies are ranked on their ease of doing business, from 1–
She has also attended a series of professional training internationally.In , he served as a Senior Advisor in the Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs in the Department of State in Washington, D.C., working on Iraq issues and the U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit. He was Deputy Chief of Mission at the U.S.
Embassy in Baghdad, Iraq from to and Minister Counselor for Political Affairs in Baghdad from to By way of natural resources, Tanzania offers gold, diamonds, and gemstones as well as natural gas and possibly oil.
There are, however several, challenges in doing business in Tanzania, many of these are results of the high levels of corruption and lengthy bureaucratic processes.
The World Bank ranks Denmark as the easiest place in Europe to do business in their newly released ‘Doing Business ’ index which is the tenth in a series of annual reports benchmarking the regulations that enhance business activities and those that constrain it.
Letter to Swedish Ambassador May Uploaded by Sarah Hermitage Open letter to Swedish ambassador to Tanzania Lennarth Hjelmaker chair of the General Budget Support on behalf of the European Development Partners group providing aid to Tanzania.
Wildlife trafficking is a multi-billion dollar illicit business that is decimating Africa’s iconic animal populations.
Many species — most notably elephants and rhinoceroses — now face the risk of significant decline or even extinction. Like other forms of illicit trade, .
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Getting Started in Canada; Commercial Opportunities; FACT SHEET: United States-Canada Relationship. Home Home / News & Events / FACT SHEET: Beginning with Tanzania and subsequently other countries where high numbers of girls are out of school, the United States and Canada will identify opportunities to.