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Africa Tomorrow  

Africa Tomorrow |

Ebola in Sierra Leone: battling sadness, fear and disgust on the frontline

An MSF psychologist reveals the trauma of dealing with the Ebola outbreak for medics, cleaners and the families of the dead. A touching report of the incredibly hard work that healthworkers are carrying out in the Ebola-affected areas.

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Africa Tomorrow |

Hello BRICS Bank! Goodbye World Bank?

Another interesting piece about the prospects of the BRICS' New Development Bank. "Can we now snub the World Bank and IMF?", asks Kagure Mugo.

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Tanzania Today  

Tanzania Today |

$1bn loss: Who’s fooling Tanzanians?

Another interesting and well illustrated article about the leaked contract between the Tanzanian government and the Norwegian company Statoil. As experts predict that the government might lose up to $ 1bn per year if the contract is fully implemented, the article rightly asks the question: "Who's fooling Tanzanians?"

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Tanzania Today |

Tanzania’s 1980 Act is weak and outdated, needs to be reviewed if country is to benefit fully

If Tanzania is to benefit fully from its natural resources, the outdated Petroleum Act of 1980 needs to be reviewed. Otherwise, companies will exploit weaknesses in the law and avoid paying taxes, say experts.

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FES Tanzania  

FES Tanzania |

YLF Session III: Comprehending Human Rights Issues

Understanding Human Rights as a concept and its application and how people interact with others at all levels in society is important for young leaders and the society at large.

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FES Tanzania |

Young Leaders Forum - Session III

The third session of the Young Leaders Forum will proceed on 13th to 14th June 2014, where issues pertaining to Human Rights will be expounded and critically discussed.

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