Taking Business to
the Next Level
"Success is not final, failure is not fatal:
it is the courage to continue that counts."
Tanzania is East Africa's second-largest economy after Kenya. With approx. 61.4 million people, Tanzania is considered as an attractive (consumer) market for foreign exporters.
Tanzania is ranked among the top five most innovative countries in Sub-Saharan Africa, According to the new Global Innovation Index (GII) 2021 report Tanzania benefits from a relatively closely interlinked innovation system and good international connectivity, with strong university–industry research collaboration and cluster development.
"In simple terms, a brand is the sum of all the attributes inherent to the offering, used to develop the offering’s identity in the market."
To play, press and hold the enter key. To stop, release the enter key.
Maintaining an equitable and sustainable universal healthcare system, accessible to all, provided by highly skilled healthcare professionals and supported by modern medical technologies and facilities
Transforming the education system to support quality inclusive education and training programmes to build human capital that serves the needs for economic and social development.
Women's empowerment and gender equality concepts are important in fostering health and human development.
Our methodology is collaborative, with emphasis on responding to local needs and aspirations. We work through local structures, supporting the process of identifying locally appropriate projects, funding these projects and enabling their realisation.