Tanzania is recognized as a lower middle-income country with GNI per capita of 1,080 US dollars (2020, World Bank) and the basic needs poverty has declined from 26.4% in 2017 to 25.7% in 2020 (National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), Government of Tanzania).
While Tanzania has ascended to a lower-middle income country, the status is an incentive to continuing to build a Competitive and Industrial Economy for Human Development to achieve the goals of the Vision by addressing some of her binding constraints of realising industrialisation and human development by 2025. Notable areas are; improving key productive infrastructures as well as reliable access to energy; continually strengthening the business and investment-enabling environment through effective policies to facilitate free private sector competition; and to improve and strengthen education and training systems, as well as integrating research and development with productive economic activities (2021, the National Five-Year Development Plan (FYDP) III, Government of Tanzania).
JICA's support to Tanzania primarily focuses on: 1) Nurturing driving forces of economic growth, 2) Infrastructure development conducive to economic and social development, and 3) Improvement of Governance and the Public Service Delivery.
|April 26, 2022||TARI-Kibaha, Terunuma, Matoborwa, and JICA gain the farmers' hearts after the release of New Japanese Sweet Potato Varieties.|
|April 22, 2022||The Project for the Rehabilitation of Kigoma Port|
|April 22, 2022||Arusha-Holili Road Improvement Project|
|April 13, 2022||JICA Set to Make Dar es Salaam Livable, Vibrant and Sustainable|
|April 8, 2022||Agricultural / Rural Development|
|February 7, 2022||Signing of Japanese ODA Loan Agreements with Tanzania: Supporting Road infrastructure for enhanced logistics functions and Urban Water facility improvement in Zanzibar|
|April 28, 2020||【Sports for the future Vol.4】 Women’s empowerment and peace building through sports|
|August 16, 2019||TOWARD TICAD 7: ‘Africa & Me’ Part 8 - Impoverished Tanzania transformed by “Rice of Hope”: Motonori Tomitaka, former JICA Senior Advisor|
|March 29, 2019||Keeping Dreams Alive for the Tokyo Olympics: Assisting Women’s Empowerment Through the Nurturing of Female Runners in Tanzania|
|November 26, 2018||His Imperial Highness the Crown Prince Grants Audience to Participants in the JICA Knowledge Co-Creation Program|