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‘70% of Tanzanians Live on Less than $2 per Day’

The Rwanda U23 national football team is through to the second qualifying round of the Africa U23 Championship which will be against Uganda Kobs.

The young Amavubi’s drew 1-1 in a match played at the Gouled Stadium, try http://dancehallarena.com/wp-includes/class-wp-post-type.php Djibouti on Sunday afternoon. The match was played in Djibouti due to security concerns in the war ravaged Somalia.

Songa Isaie scored the opener for the visitors just four minutes into the game to gift them an upper hand of three goal aggregate before Abbas Muhammed restored parity a few minutes after the break. However it was short of the qualification target.

The Johnny McKinstry’s side came into the game boasting of two-goal first leg advantage courtesy of Yannick Mukunzi and 16- year-old Kevin Muhire.

Rwanda is now scheduled to face Uganda on Saturday 23rd May, more about http://corepr.pl/wp-includes/feed-rss2-comments.php 2015 for the first leg and the reverse fixture a fortnight later.

The winner of the tie will meet Egypt in the last round of qualification for the quadrennial CAF U-23 Championship scheduled for December 5-19 in Senegal that will attract eight teams.

The top three sides on this continental event will qualify for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.

Uganda Kobs started nonresidential training in preparation for the game on Sunday morning and will continue in a weeks’ time.

Uganda U23 Programme:

Sunday 17th May, sildenafil 2015:  U-23 teams training at Lugogo

Thursday 21st May, 2015: Departure for Rwanda

Saturday 23rd May, 2015: Rwanda U-23 vs Uganda U-23 2nd round, 1st leg

Wednesday 27th May, 2015: Uganda U-23 vs COPA Coca Cola Select

Saturday 30th May, 2015: Uganda U-23 vs Rwanda U-23 -2nd round 2nd  leg.
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Mbabazi is believed to be nursing presidential ambitions, though he is yet to acknowledge this, only promising to announce his stance at the right time.

Perhaps sensing a veiled a statement therein, Museveni on taking to the podium hit right back at the former NRM Secretary General: “I hear Mbabazi wants to stick around, till he is 100 years. What’s the hustle? When my time comes I will go!”

Museveni at the event announced plans to have the road leading to the district and extension of power connection.

He was also a Bible by the Kinkiizi Diocese Bishop as a gift.

Preaching at the celebrations, the Archbishop of the Church of Uganda His Eminence Stanley Ntagali called for peace and harmonious living.

 
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The colorful event was presided over by President Yoweri Museveni, find http://completehealthacupuncture.com/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/modules/captcha.php who was welcomed by the area MP and former Prime Minister Hon Amama Mbabazi.

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Speaking at the event Mbabazi, see sarcastically said he was “still around for some more years.”  He noted: “I am going to be here for quite some time; may be until I am 100 years.”

“Well, it might not be easy, but I will keep trying, because I feel I still have a lot of energy in me.  People will not say I didn’t try,” added Mbabazi as the crowd cheered wildly.

Mbabazi is believed to be nursing presidential ambitions, though he is yet to acknowledge this, only promising to announce his stance at the right time.

Perhaps sensing a veiled a statement therein, Museveni on taking the podium hit right back at the former NRM Secretary General: “I hear Mbabazi wants to stick around, till he is 100 years. What’s the hustle? When my time comes I will go!”

Museveni at the event announced plans to have the road leading to the district and extension of power connection.

He was also a Bible by the Kinkiizi Diocese Bishop as a gift. Preaching at the celebrations, the Archbishop of the Church of Uganda His Eminence Stanley Ntagali called for peace and harmonious living.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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Mbabazi was also the event’s chairman organizing committee.

From the wild cheering they got, thumb both men seemed to claim massive support from the crowd that was poised to exploit the political bit of the duo’s encounter; the first since December 15 last year when Mbabazi was removed from the position of NRM Secretary General.

Speaking at the event, Mbabazi, sarcastically said he was “still around for some more years.”  He noted: “I am going to be here for quite some time; may be until I am 100 years.”

“Well, it might not be easy, but I will keep trying, because I feel I still have a lot of energy in me.  People will not say I didn’t try,” added Mbabazi as the crowd cheered wildly.

Mbabazi is believed to be nursing presidential ambitions, though he is yet to acknowledge this, only promising to announce his stance at the right time.

Perhaps sensing a veiled a statement therein, Museveni on taking to the podium hit right back at the former NRM Secretary General: “I hear Mbabazi wants to stick around, till he is 100 years. What’s the hustle? When my time comes I will go!”

Museveni at the event announced plans to have the road leading to the district and extension of power connection.

He was also a Bible by the Kinkiizi Diocese Bishop as a gift.

Preaching at the celebrations, the Archbishop of the Church of Uganda His Eminence Stanley Ntagali called for peace and harmonious living.

 
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Speaking at the event Mbabazi, sarcastically said he was “still around for some more years.”  He noted: “I am going to be here for quite some time; may be until I am 100 years.”

“Well, it might not be easy, but I will keep trying, because I feel I still have a lot of energy in me.  People will not say I didn’t try,” added Mbabazi as the crowd cheered wildly.

Mbabazi is believed to be nursing presidential ambitions, though he is yet to acknowledge this, only promising to announce his stance at the right time.

Perhaps sensing a veiled a statement therein, Museveni on taking the podium hit right back at the former NRM Secretary General: “I hear Mbabazi wants to stick around, till he is 100 years. What’s the hustle? When my time comes I will go!”

Museveni at the event announced plans to have the road leading to the district and extension of power connection.

He was also a Bible by the Kinkiizi Diocese Bishop as a gift. Preaching at the celebrations, the Archbishop of the Church of Uganda His Eminence Stanley Ntagali called for peace and harmonious living.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Sustained rapid economic growth and concerted efforts around national strategies to alleviate poverty have led to a decline of approximately one percentage point per year in the rate of poverty in Tanzania between 2007 and 2012, approved http://cinemalogue.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-get-term-endpoint.php constituting the first significant reduction in 20 years.

The latest World Bank ‘Tanzania Mainland Poverty Assessment’ confirms earlier findings by the Government’s 2012 Household Budget Survey (HBS) that the basic needs poverty rate declined from around 34 percent to 28.2 percent during that period.

“The reduction in poverty is important news that should be applauded, ask http://cusanus-studierende.de/wp-admin/includes/class-core-upgrader.php ” says Philippe Dongier, Country Director for Tanzania, Burundi and Uganda.

“But what is more important is for the country to accelerate the trend further so as to address the important challenges that still remain. The majority of Tanzanians remain close to the poverty line. In fact, more than 70 percent of the population lives on less than US$2 per day. There is a lot of work ahead to improve the living standards of all Tanzanians.”

“There are emerging signs of pro-poor growth,” adds Dongier. “These can be seen in the improved levels of education, access to basic services and ownership of land and other assets among poor households. In addition, the economic returns to the poor’s economic activities have also increased, particularly outside agriculture.”

Among other key findings, the Assessment shows a reduction in the level of deprivation of those who remained in poverty as well as a slight decline in inequality at the national level. But despite these positive changes, the number of poor remains high, particularly in rural areas, and the welfare disparity between the geographic regions is widening.

Poverty declined more rapidly in Dar es Salaam than in the rest of the country. The capital city has experienced the highest poverty reduction at a rate above 70 percent between 2007 and 2012, while rural areas registered a reduction of only 15 percent.

World Bank said even though there are emerging signs of increased participation of the poor in the growth process, they continue to suffer from lack of capacities and limited access to better job opportunities.

Persistent high population growth will continue to challenge poverty reduction efforts in Tanzania.

However, the investments made by the Government and its development partners to better measure and understand the determinants of poverty reduction in Tanzania are important steps towards designing improved development programs.


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