Tanzania represents a success story for developing and emerging-market countries in a time of changing donor-recipient relations. Through a series of reforms to increase transparency, good governance, and country-led development, President Kikwete has helped Tanzania become a strong partner with the United States and the business community. Tanzania is the recipient of a $698 million Millennium Challenge Corporation compact, hosts a robust PEPFAR program, launched the Southern Agricultural Growth Corridor (SAGCOT) initiative, and was among the first countries selected for the Partnership for Growth—all of which have helped Tanzania make gains in enhancing food security, reducing poverty, and creating economic opportunities.
- Re-evaluating the comparative development experience in Kenya and Tanzania? (africommons.com)
- Tanzania leader sacks ministers amid corruption scandal (apperi.org)
- Tanzania and the new “Green” Biotechnologies | Agri-Pulse.com (africaseed.net)
- Kikwete does easily what Kibaki, Raila dare not (nation.co.ke)