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DENMARK’S DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE TO TANZANIA 2007-2011

DANISH ASSISTANCE WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF THE JOINT ASSISTANCE STRATEGY FOR TANZANIA

From 2007, Denmark’s development assistance to Tanzania will be provided as an integral part of a Joint Assistance Strategy shared by all donors in Tanzania. In the period 2007-2011, the Danish support of the implementation of the Joint Assistance Strategy will focus on four main areas:

· A dynamic business environment.
· Public health.
· Management of natural resources.
· Budget support, which goes directly to Tanzania’s Ministry of Finance and helps fund the implementation of Tanzania’s Strategy for Growth and Reduction of Poverty.

In addition, Denmark will support:

· Democracy and good governance.
· Public administration.
· Cooperation between Tanzanian and Danish companies.
· Refugees and the local communities hosting them.

As part of the agreement between the donors about a more clear-cut division of labour, it has been decided that the Danish support towards construction and maintenance of roads and to agricultural development will cease when the currently funded activities come to an end.


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Table of Contents:

TANZANIA – FACTS ABOUT THE COUNTRY
OVERVIEW
JOINT ASSISTANCE STRATEGY
STRATEGY FOR GROWTH AND REDUCTION OF POVERTY – BUDGET SUPPORT
BUSINESS SECTOR PROGRAMME
HEALTH SECTOR PROGRAMME
ENVIRONMENT SECTOR PROGRAMME
CROSSCUTTING REFORM PROGRAMMES
REFUGEE HOST AREAS PROGRAMME
BUSINESS-TO-BUSINESS PROGRAMME
THE STRATEGY – A LIVING PROCESS
THE THREE ASSISTANCE STRATEGY DOCUMENTS


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