The Arusha International Conference Centre (AICC)

The Arusha International Conference Centre (AICC) lies in the heart of Arusha city, half-way between Cape Town and Cairo, only a stone’s throw away from Africa’s greatest Mountain, Mt. Kilimanjaro and the safari-gateway to the astounding wildlife of Ngorongoro Crater, the Serengeti, Tarangire and Lake Manyara National Parks.

The Centre has a total of ten (10) meeting rooms with a seating capacity from 10 in the break-out rooms to 1,350 delegates in the main auditorium. In addition, the Centre has reserved rooms for receiving VIPs and other distinguished dignitaries.


All major rooms are fitted with modern conference equipment such as Simultaneous Interpretation Systems (SIS), multimedia (LCD) projectors and other audio-visuals. The average total occupancy for all the meeting rooms when in use is about 2,500 delegates.

The Centre hosts an average of 100 meetings each year with a total average number of 11,000 conference delegates per year, thus contributing immensely to the socio-economic development of the City and the country at large. For more information visit their website!

Associazione Gocce has contributed significantly to the improvement of health services in Morogoro and Coast regions

Associazione Gocce is a non profit Organization based in Bologna, Italy which is under the leadership of President Anna Fin and Mr. Fabio Pancaldi, the General Manager.

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Mr. Salvator M. Mbilinyi, former Charge D’Affaires of the Embassy of Tanzania Rome (with a coat), in a group photo with Mr. Fabio Pancaldi, the General Manager of Association Gocce to his right and to his left are Mrs Anna Fin the President of Association Gocce and Mr. Karim Msemo, previous Counsellor of Tanzania Embassy Rome.

The Association has provided support to the improvement of sanitary conditions for healthcare services and social structures in three districts of Kilombero and Ulanga in Morogoro Region as well as Kibaha District in Coastal Region.

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Serikali ya Italia yaahidi kuisaidia Tanzania kwenye ujenzi wa barabara na ukarabati wa hospitali ya Ipamba iliyopo Iringa

Waziri wa Mambo ya Nje na Ushirikiano wa Afrika Mashariki, Mhe. Dkt. Augustine Mahiga yupo nchini Italia kuhudhuria Mkutano wa Mawaziri wa Mambo ya Nje wa Afrika na  Italia  (Italy – Africa Ministerial Conference) uliofanyika  tarehe 18 Mei 2016 katika ukumbi wa Wizara ya Mambo ya Nje na Ushirikiano wa Kimataifa ambapo masuala mengi ya ushirikiano kati ya Afrika na Italia yalizungumzwa. Kati ya masuala hayo ni pamoja na fursa mbalimbali za uwekezaji katika sekta ya kilimo na nishati na namna zinavyoweza kuinua uchumi wa nchi za Afrika.

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Mhe. Dkt. Augustine P.Mahiga (MB), Waziri wa Mambo ya Nje na Ushirikiano wa Afrika Mashariki akichangia mada kwenye mkutano wa Mawaziri wa Mambo ya Nje wa Afrika na Italia

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Viongozi wa "Tanzania Diaspora In Italy" Wajitambulisha kwa Balozi

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Balozi Dkt. James A. Msekela (aliyeketi katikati), pamoja na baadhi ya Maafisa wa Ubalozi wa Roma, akiwa katika picha ya pamoja na baadhi ya viongozi wa "Tanzania Diaspora in Italy" waliokuwa wamefika kujitambulisha. Aidha, siku hiyo ya tarehe 14/06/2014, viongozi hao walipata pia fursa ya kufanya kikao na Mhe. Balozi, ambapo kero na changamoto za watanzania nchini Italia zilizungumzwa. Kikao hicho kilikuwa cha mafanikio.


Tanzania Tourist Board (TTB) has been following up the ongoing discussions on social media following a video clip being posted on YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iveX49WE7fw) which has been circulating through various media channels showing a person claiming that Oldupai Gorge, a site in Tanzania that holds evidence of the earliest existence of mankind is in Kenya.

This video clip has triggered a lot of discussions on the different social media among Tanzanians and other people who have good wishes for Tanzania tourism who know very well that Oldupai Gorge is in Tanzania and NOT in Kenya.

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Re-launched website with Responsive design and Bilingual features

We have re-launched our website with a new responsive design and bilingual features: The responsive design makes a site to be used on a variety of devices and screen sizes. We have made our website to be bilingual for the Italian and English languages to make information universally accessible and understandable to our visitors.  

We hope this will make it easier for you to more quickly find the content you are looking for.

If you have any suggestions on how we can make the website even better, don't hesitate and share it with us.