TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR AN EXPERT STUDY ON THE FISHERY SECTOR IN THE ARUSHA MUNICIPALITY

Tanzania Chamber of Commerce Industry and Agriculture is a member based organization that was established on 1988 at national level and 1994 at regional level with the support of Tanzania government to strengthen the private sector. The establishment of TCCIA was an important step in

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Supporting the fish farming sector

FISH FARMING | TCCIA Arusha , together with its partners Trias Tanzania and YEP Tanzania is supporting the fish farming sector. Fish farming is an exciting business opportunity that also has great potential for improving food security. In the picture, representatives of TCCIA Arusha and YEP are seen, exploring the challenges that are facing fish farmers and identifying the opportunities for strengthening the sector.

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TCCIA and YEP training programme

TCCIA Arusha and Yep Tanzania (Young Entrepreneurs Programme) have been collaborating to start a new training programme for young entrepreneurs. From bookkeeping to learning computer skills and even bakery classes, this initiative aims to help young business owners to grow in their respective fields.

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"As you probably know, half of the people who work in this country work for small businesses. And it's more than that, because two out of every three net new jobs come from small business. So we mean it when we talk about small business being the engine for the economy."

Karen Mills

Participative and insightful round table discussion with MVIWATA

members of the TCCIA Arusha team participated in a meeting alongside TRIAS and Mviwata-Arusha! The very interactive session was aimed at understanding the role of civil society organizations in private sector development in Tanzania.

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