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1. Employment & Internship  
We do not have any job openings available at the moment. You can regularly look for open positions on this website.  Please note, there are no internship positions available at this…  
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15.01.2024 | News | News
Application for Young Citizens Forum 2024
 
We are thrilled to announce call for application for the Young Citizens Forum 2024 cohort! Please read the instructions carefully before attempting to fill in your application. For the best…  
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15.01.2024
Young Citizens Forum - Frequently Asked Questions
 
2. How is the program conducted? The participants meet for 2 - 3 days every month, with 6 – 7 interactive sessions on the contemporary global and Tanzanian issues that they face as leaders. The…  
4. KaziThePodcast Series  
KaziThePodcast Series Welcome to KaziThePodcast Series This podcast series offers a comprehensive exploration of the daily experiences of Tanzanian workers, shedding light on the crucial challenges…  
5. Just City Hackathon  
 
6. Team & Contact  
What can we do for you? Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Tanzania Office P.O.Box 4472 6 Mwai Kibaki Road Dar es Salaam, Tanzania +255 (0) 22 2668575 +255 (0) 22 2668786 …  
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31.10.2023 | News | News
The mixed plate of urban dreams and realities in East Africa
 
A comparative report by Francis Kibirige, John Martin Kewaza, Fred Male, Pius Tibaingana, and Stevenson Ssevume, published by Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, shows that economic factors are the driving…  
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16.10.2023 | Event | Event
Just City Hackathon
 
FES, in collaboration with the Just City Platform’s Housing Working Group and Ardhi University (ARU), hosted a hackathon to empower young people to address the housing crisis in Tanzania through…  
9. Home  
Welcome! Willkommen! Karibu! Welcome to the Website of the FES Tanzania Office. Here you can find out more about the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, our office in Tanzania and our work in…  
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09.10.2023
Team 5: Inadequate Access to Public Spaces
 
The final team, "Planners," constituted by Subira Rajab, Sebastian Majiri, and Baltazar Deogratius, recognized the issue of inadequate access to public spaces within urban environments. They…  
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