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Celebrating World Kiswahili Language Day Through Swahili Language Public Speaking Contest

The Embassy of the United Republic of Tanzania is pleased to inform you that it will be celebrating “World Kiswahili Language Day” on July 9, 2022. This follows UNESCO declaration of July 7 as the World…

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A group photo with some of the Soka University students attending a lecture series about Tanzania

The Embassy delivers a Lecture about Tanzania at SOKA University in Tokyo, 11th May 2022

On 11th May 2022, the Embassy delivered a lecture about Tanzania at the Soka University, which is one among the top Liberal Arts universities in Japan. Based in the Japanese capital of Tokyo, Soka University…

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Embassy of Japan in Tanzania announces 2023 MEXT Scholarship Program

Embassy of Japan in Tanzania has announced the 2023 MEXT Scholarship Program for Tanzanian nationals. For details kindly visit: https://www.tz.emb-japan.go.jp/itpr_en/mext2023_application.html

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Joint photo of Baraka Co.Ltd representatives with Embassy Officials at the 13th Tingatinga Exhibitions in Yokohama

The Embassy attends the 13th Tingatinga Exhibitions, themed “Maua ya Furaha” on 28th April - 8th May 2022 in Yokohama

On 6th May 2022, the Embassy officials led by Mr. Greyson Ishengoma, Chargé d'affaires interim on behalf of the Ambassador Baraka H. Luvanda visited the 13th Tingatinga Exhibition in Yokohama. The Embassy…

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Representatives of NGO TOFA in a group photo with Tanzania Embassy staff

The Embassy receives representatives of NGO TOFA (Talk Our Future for Africa), on 27th April 2022

On 27th April 2022, the Embassy received representatives from Talk Our Future for Africa Non-governmental Organization (TOFA) namely Ms. Chihiro Tanaka, Ms. Narumi Ozaki and Ms. Megumi Yoshioka who…

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SOKA University students in a group photo with Tanzania Embassy Officials

A Visit to the Embassy by the SOKA University Students, 25th April 2022

On 25th April 2022, the Embassy received seven SOKA University students who are currently attending Kiswahili language training program at the University of SOKA, Japan. The students were received by Mr.…

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