THE number of people who have access to clean and safe water close to their homes in Rufiji district, Coast region, increased to 74.6 per cent last year from 51.9 per cent in 2005, it has been lear

INTRODUCTION of energy-saving stoves in the Moshi Municipal Council is making a difference in the lives of women in different households besides contributing to environmental conservation.

THE country has recorded poverty decline at the rate of one percentage point per year between 2007 and 2012, constituting the first significant reduction in 20 years, it has been revealed in the 20

TANZANIA National Parks (Tanapa) has dismissed as unfounded reports by a UK based online News Network, claiming that the number of elephants has decreased in Ruaha National Park from 8,500 to 4,200

DEPUTY Minister for Energy, Mr Charles Mwijage, has disclosed that residents in 12 villages of Kelebe, Bumbiile, Mazinga, Ikuza and Goziba wards in Lake Victoria Archipelago, are scheduled to get s

MORE villagers in the country are expected to benefit from bio-energy plantations project initiated by Tanzania Forest Research Institute (TAFORI), with the aim of reducing pressure on natural fore