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Ireland nao wasaidia TRCS kusaida wahanga; Wabongo wao wanataka kuchangia serikali!

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  1. Mzee Mwanakijiji

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    Wabongo wakitaka kutoa misaada kwa wahanga wanawapelekea serikali.. US, Ufaransa na sasa Ireland.. wao wameona ni bora kusaidia Red Cross.. Wamarekani walivyotaka kusaidia Haiti wakaamua kupeleka Red Cross.. wabongo hawajiulizi why..!


    The Irish embassy in Tanzania has provided 90m/- in humanitarian assistance to more than 2,000 flood victims in Kilosa District, Morogoro Region.
    Information about the assistance was made public in a press statement issued in Dar es Salaam yesterday and signed by Irish Ambassador, Anne Barrington.

    The envoy said in the statement that the assistance would give some relief to Kilosa residents who were hard hit by devastating floods a few months ago.
    Ireland’s support was provided through Tanzania Red Cross Society.

    The ambassador recalled Ireland’s long relationship with Kilosa, saying that Ireland had been associated with the district for over 30 years.
    She said: “For all these years, we provided direct support to the development of Kilosa District. Our ties to Kilosa remains strong and the recent tragic events demanded our help.”
    According to the statement, Ireland began providing support to Kilosa District in 1980, and up to 2004, it provided over 51bn/- in development support through the Kilosa District Development Programme.
    It said Ireland was no longer providing support to individual districts in the country, but it did so through the general budget support (GBS). Between 2007 and this year Ireland had provided 230bn/- in funding to Tanzania, said the statement.

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