. FROM ASSAH MWAMBENE, in NEW YORK UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon lauded Tanzania on Friday for making significant headway in increasing primary school enrolment aand raising agriculture productivity. Tanzania was one of four African countries the UN boss spotlighted in a 70-page report delivered last week to the ongoing marathon session of the General Assembly. "....I am particularly impressed by the achievements of Tanzania, and other African states for launching a 'Green Revolution' and raising agricultural productivity..." the UN boss wrote. He also praised Ghana, Uganda, and Kenya for their progress in the same areas. In the same report, the UN boss pointed out Tanzania and its President Kikwete, as an African country, whose Millenium Villages initiatives has shown that community leadership and integrated strategies to operationalise Millenium Goals has produced dramatic results to its people. Some of Tanzania's Millenium Villages are located in Mbola, Uyui District in Tabora region and Micheweni Distict in Pemba Northern Region in Zanzibar.