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Director General of IAEA Mr. Yukiya Amano visits the United Republic of Tanzania

Director General of IAEA Mr. Yukiya Amano visited the United Republic of Tanzania from 27th to 31st July 2014 and later on private holidays in the Tanzanian national parks. While here he met the President of the United Republic of Tanzania HE Dr. Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete and later visited the Tanzania Atomic Energy Commission in Arusha. The Director General discussed the IAEA's ongoing cooperation with Tanzania, particularly in the areas of cancer control and treatment, food safety and security, plant mutation breeding and pest control.

Tanzania receives assistance from the IAEA mainly through two programmes, namely Technical Co-operation Programmes (TC) and Africa Co-operative Agreement for Research, Development and Training related to Nuclear Science and Technology (AFRA). Tanzania has benefited from co-operation with the IAEA in various fields such as: Read more >>

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