Daily Archives: September 13, 2014

PRESIDENT KIKWETE LAUNCHES WORLD BANK’S REPORT ON PRODUCTIVE JOBS NECESSARY FOR TANZANIA’S FAST-GROWING WORKFORCE ON SEPTEMBER 12,2014

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 President Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete greets Managing Director of the World Bank Ms Sri Mulyani Indrawati as he arrives  at the launch of the bank’s report on Productive Jobs Necessary for Tanzania’s Fast-Growing Workforce today at the Hyatt Regency Kilimanjaro hotel in Dar es salaam. Looking on is Mr Philippe Dongier. Country Director for Burundi, Tanzania and Uganda. Ms Mulyani Indrawati is responsible for the institution’s global operations On September 12.20142

President Kikwete greets Philippe Dongier. World bank’s Country Director for Burundi, Tanzania and Uganda, as Managing Director of the World Bank Ms Sri Mulyani

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 President Kikwete greets IPP Chairman Dr Reginald Mengi as he arrives  at the launch of the bank’s report on Productive Jobs Necessary for Tanzania’s Fast-Growing Workforce today at the Hyatt Regency Kilimanjaro hotel in Dar es salaam. Looking on is Mr Philippe Dongier. Country Director for Burundi, Tanzania and Uganda. 

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 President Kikwete greets  Mr. Omari Issa,  CEO of the Presidential Delivery Bureau on the ‘Big Results Now’ initiative.

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 President Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete  is escorted to the meeting room by  Managing Director of the World Bank Ms Sri Mulyani Indrawati as he arrives  at the launch of the bank’s report on Productive Jobs Necessary for Tanzania’s Fast-Growing Workforce today at the Hyatt Regency Kilimanjaro hotel in Dar es salaam. Right is Mr Philippe Dongier. Country Director for Burundi, Tanzania and Uganda. 

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 President Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete  and the   Managing Director of the World Bank Ms Sri Mulyani Indrawati present 13-year-old Chanda Atulinda Lwansa, for emerging winner of the world Bank Children’s Art Contest. Chanda, a form one student at Feza girl’s Secondary shool, beat 150 other entries to emerge winner and grab the One Million Tanzania shillings award. Her work, which is on the cover of the report, depicts men and women engaged in different occupations as surgeons, pilots, chemists, business people, gardeners and teachers.  

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  President Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete  presents  a certificate to 13-year-old Sakina Khuzema Adamali for emerging 1st runner up of the world Bank Children’s Art Contest, as  Managing Director of the World Bank Ms Sri Mulyani Indrawati sakina loons oon. Sakina an eighth grade student at the Aga Khan Mzizima Secondary school, received 650,000/.  Her piece shows children living in below par conditions but with dreams of attaining a university degree and a better life.

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President Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete  sand the   Managing Director of the World Bank Ms Sri Mulyani Indrawati present a certificate to seven-year-old Ibrahim Habhi Redemtus Bugalama  for emerging 2nd runner up of the world Bank Children’s Art Contest. sakina, an eighth grade student at the Aga Khan Mzizima Secondary school, received 650,000/.  On September 12.2014

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    President Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete  sand the   Managing Director of the World Bank Ms Sri Mulyani Indrawati pose with winners of the  world Bank Children’s Art Contest.

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  President Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete  and the   Managing Director of the World Bank Ms Sri Mulyani Indrawati listen to 13-year-old Chanda Atulinda Lwansa,  the  winner of the world Bank Children’s Art Contest. Chanda, a form one student at Feza girl’s Secondary shool, beat 150 other entries to emerge winner and grab the One Million Tanzania shillings award. Her work, which is on the cover of the report, depicts men and women engaged in different occupations as surgeons, pilots, chemists, business people, gardeners and teachers.  

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President Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete  makes his speech at the launch of the bank’s report on Productive Jobs Necessary for Tanzania’s Fast-Growing Workforce today at the Hyatt Regency Kilimanjaro hotel in Dar es salaam.