EU Gives Tanzania U.S.$200 Million to Develop Energy Sector
Despite a row over a trade deal, the European bloc, working with the German Development Bank and the French Agency for Development, is funding electrification projects in northwestern Tanzania, covering the Kagera, Geita and Kigoma regions.
East African, 23 May 2017
The European Union, through the Energy for Growth and Sustainable Development programme, has given Tanzania €180 million ($200 million) to develop its energy sector. Read more »
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