Speaking during a workshop this week in Morogoro, Mkuranga District Council Nutrition Officer, Ms Sophia Boniface, said the 2015/16 Tanzania Demographic and Health Survey (TDHS) showed that prevale

Kihansi catchment, characterized by steep slopes to the east and gentle slopes to the west and Kihansi gorge in particular, is internationally recognized as an important site for biodiversity withi

The Minister for Water and Irrigation, Eng Isack Kamwelwe told the National Assembly yesterday that after the successful implementation of phase II of the project, the government will move on to im

According to a poverty mapping commissioned by the Ministry in collaboration with REPOA in 2016, Kigoma Region emerged as one of the regions in the country with the highest number, about 48.9 perce

Meanwhile, the Ministry of Livestock and Fisheries is working on a ‘decree’ that would make the livestock vaccination compulsory.

The ditching of environmentally destructive sources of energy paves way for the extensive uses of renewable energy, Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) and biogas.

Vodacom Tanzania employees, spearheaded by the company’s CSR arm Vodacom Tanzania Foundation has partnered with Mikoko Scout Group in ensuring the security of the mangrove forest and enable plantat

Efforts are intended to enable regions that currently don’t grow the crop due to weather factors to start cultivation to improve food security and raise income of the country’s farmers.

According to the Deputy Minister for Natural Resources and Tourism, Mr Japhet Hasunga, even some public institutions have already set up offices in the illegally established villages in the forest

Vice-President Samia Suluhu Hassan launched a nationwide tree-planting campaign that also targets to make Dodoma a green city but authorities at the new gold mine say “it’s not too late to start re