Tanzania is one of the world's poorest countries, with GNI per capita of 530 US dollars (2010) and poverty rate of 34.0% (2009). Since 2008, soaring prices for raw materials and other factors have led to inflation rate to be over 10 percent. Also, the lowered water level at hydroelectric dams since 2010 has further exacerbated the issue of insufficient supply of electricity, and there are concerns that this may seriously affect economic activities. JICA's support to Tanzania is primarily focused on: 1) economic growth toward poverty reduction, 2) infrastructure development sustaining economic growth and poverty reduction, and 3) improvement of public services to all citizens.
|September 19, 2018||Five Revenue Authorities in East Africa launched a new Program to raise a pool of regional experts on PCA (Post-Clearance Audit)|
|July 21, 2017||TRA and JICA signed a project agreement on a new technical cooperation project to enhance tax administration|
|September 5, 2017||Publications|
|April 27, 2016||Signing of Japanese ODA Loan Agreement with Tanzania: Contributing to sustainable economic growth through improvements to the business environment|
|February 10, 2016||JOCV (Japan Overseas Cooperation Volunteers) in Tanzania|
|March 1, 2018||Signing of Grant Agreement with Tanzania: Contributing to more efficient transportation and goods distribution through the widening of a key arterial in the capital city|
|November 30, 2017||Give equal opportunities to women and men:Ladies First, Tanzania's first women's track meet|