VIP VISIT AT MS TCDC
Danish ambassadors and government officials to join civil society at legendary training centre
MS-Training Centre for Development Cooperation (MS TCDC) in Usa River, Arusha, Tanzania, will be hosting an Africa Region Meeting bringing together high level officials from the Department of Foreign Affairs of the Royal Danish Government and 28 Ambassadors of various Danish Missions in Africa. The three day closed meeting, will reflect on economic, political and development issues of interest to Africa and Denmark.
The invited key speakers include Retired President Hon. Benjamin William Mkapa, 3rd President of the United Republic of Tanzania, Charlotte Slente, Secretary of State /Development Policy- Danish Government; Michael Starbæk Christensen, Under Secretary - Centre for Global Politics and Security, Copenhagen Denmark; Dr. Richard Ssezibera, Secretary General of EAC, and Prof. Samwel Wangwe of REPOA.
The high level delegates will share the MS-TCDC space with other course participants attending various courses at MS-TCDC.
MS TCDC is formerly known as the Danish Volunteer Training Centre, and is a regional Training Centre of ActionAid Denmark. The centre was established in 1967 under a bilateral agreement between the Government of the United Republic of Tanzania and the Royal Danish Government. Today the center trains Civil Society Organizations; public and private organizations from all walks of life with a special focus on governance, human rights based approaches and development studies. The centre also offers academic programs including certificates, diplomas, bachelor and master degrees.
MS-TCDC feels privileged to have been accorded the opportunity to host this important meeting.
- The choice of MS-TCDC is recognition of our 45 years experience in development management training and hosting of reflective meetings for development practitioners from all walks of live, says Principal Suma Kaare.
For further information please contact: Dr. Suma Kaare on 0753087713 or MS-TCDC marketing on +255 27 2541044 or visit our website at www.mstcdc.or.tz