GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT TANZANIA
Tanzania is a safe country to travel in. Tanzanians are warm-hearted and generous people and they are eager to help visitors get the most out of their stay. Tanzania is a true example of tolerance and cooperation in our modern world, with an evidenced multicultural diversity that has co-existed for centuries and has a lot to offer the world by its example.
Tanzania is one of the most peaceful and politically stable countries in Africa. Since its independence in 1961, the country has never experienced a civil war or any major internal strife. Tanzanians continue to live in peace and with a sense of a common national identity. However, as in all countries, a little common sense and reasonable precautions should still be taken, such as locking valuables in the hotel safe, which frees your mind to absorb the natural beauty and incredible sights that will stay with you forever. Always keep your valuable items attended.
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The water and sanitation community in Africa under the leadership of the African Ministers Council on Water (AMCOW) working with African Union Commission’s Department of Rural Economy and Agriculture (AUC-DREA) and Member States have played a significant role in the global advocacy for a distinct Water Security and Sanitation goal. This was based on the firm belief of ensuring secure, productive and sustainable water for all purposes, as well as sanitation and hygiene interventions. The integrated delivery of the two is a prerequisite for sustainable socio-economic development and the achievement of good health outcomes at various levels.
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WHY PARTICIPATE AT 6TH AFRICA WATER WEEK (AWW - 6)
The 6th Africa Water Week (AWW-6) provides an excellent opportunity for you to be part of shaping policy direction for water resources and related sector management in Africa; influence science, technology and innovation, network with decision makers and implementers, scientists, development specialists, knowledge managers, industrialists and manufacturers, civil society and other major stakeholders in water and related sectors. It is also an opportunity to participate in over 44 sessions including High-level plenaries, technical sessions, and side events, with over 100 speakers and panellists drawn from diverse areas of specializations. It is also an excellent platform to network and meet many diverse participants drawn from over 1000 expected participants across 100 countries around the globe
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