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Tanzania Commission for Science and Technology (COSTECH) together with Council on Health Research for Development (COHRED – an international partner) initiated the development of National Research Priorities in collaboration with the relevant national stakeholders.
Meanwhile ISSA YUSSUF reports from Zanzibar that activists in Zanzibar marked the 'International Girl Child Day, with various events in which they pressed the government to come up with workable measures to address escalating abuse, including rape and underage pregnancies affecting the development of many young girls.
In their message to the government, the activists said incidents of the abuse have become common while insufficient intervention from the state was minimal.
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They exchanged views with Ms Obama during a video chat at US Embassy in Dar es Salaam as they marked celebrations to mark the International Day of the Girl.
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This is an effort to consolidate and coordinate research activities within the National Science, Technology and Innovation Ecosystem to realize the Tanzania Development Vision (TDV) 2025 and that of Zanzibar 2020.
To view the document please click here video of a series of three videos from the Strengthening Tanzanian Publishing (TZAP) project.
The Girl Child Day is marked every October 11 to remind the public and governments about their role in protecting young girls.