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United Republic of Tanzania: AfrOnet Programs Director

Organization: International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements
Country: United Republic of Tanzania
Closing date: 30 Jul 2015

Sustainability in Agriculture is an unsolved challenge despite growing evidence of the need for a paradigm shift towards new production systems that put ecological resources, rural societies, cultural expressions, public social welfare and the economic viability of smallholder family farming in the foreground.

Organic Agriculture offers solutions that can contribute to sustainable development in rural areas. This is particularly the case in addressing livelihood improvements of vulnerable smallholder family farming households in need of innovation and adaptation and challenged by food insecurity, biodiversity loss, climate change, the depletion of natural resources and economic shocks. Holistic, people-centered approaches with a focus on access to nutrition – particularly for women and children – and market-oriented value chain facilitation form the backbone of our work toward poverty alleviation.

AfrONet was established in 2012 to unite and coordinate ecological organic actors and initiatives in the continent. It facilitates partnerships, exchange and advocate for adoption of ecological organic practices in achieving sustainability goals, food security and poverty reduction.

There are about 1 million ha certified organic land and 580 000 certified producers with an upwards tendency in the continent. At the same time there are vast non-certified organic areas and producers.

Currently, the Program Director will report to the AfrONet President and eventually to the Executive Director. In the case of partnership projects, the Program Director will report to Project leading Organization and or donors, based on the requirements of the project agreements and contracts.

Currently, the Programme Director is required to work for 12 days per month on the Organic Trade Development in East Africa (OTEA) – a partnership project with IFOAM and 5 NOAMs in East Africa. IFOAM – Organics International leads, unites and assists the global Organic Movement. It has about 800 affiliates in nearly 120 countries and also acts as a Global Action Network with numerous allies. In Africa, IFOAM has about 60 members. IFOAM is the project holder and leader of the OTEA project.

The remaining 10 days per month, the Program Director will be responsible for fundraising and implementing AfrONet/EOA project supported by SDC/BvAT.

The AfrONet office is in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

QUALIFICATIONS and EXPERIENCE

We are looking for an experienced Programme Director with proven skills in supporting institutional development, in networking, in project acquisition, fundraising and in implementation and management. We are looking for the following key competencies in particular:

# Sound knowledge of Ecological Organic Agriculture systems and practices and of the Organic Agriculture Movement and its challenges in Africa. A high level of commitment to and passion for sustainability in agriculture;

# Stable personality with very good self-management skills and ability to set up own operations. A very high level of self motivation, discipline and dedication to interact remotely with peers and supervisors;

# Very good organizational, social and intercultural communication skills. Ability to build capacity with participatory approaches and to gain trust and respect of the African partners;

# First-hand experience in planning and implementation of complex international projects in a civil society environment that is cooperating with the private and public sectors. Familiarity with the basic tools and concepts of facilitation of rural development in Africa;

# Sound organizational skills including the management of budget and activities, and an understanding of accountancy and financial management systems;

# Professional, pragmatic and outcome-oriented working style, capable of achieving fast progress in complex and parallel multi-stakeholder processes;

# A good understanding of, and skills in developing value chains for smallholder farmers from local to global markets. Previous experience in market or supply chain development would be a distinct advantage;

# Event management skills: experience in the management of meetings, facilitation of workshops and management of conferences;

# Good fundraising capabilities including networking, proposal development, delivery on commitments and accountability;

# Proficiency in English and good knowledge in French. Skills in further languages that are common in Africa (Kiswahili, Arabic, Portuguese etc.) will be an advantage;

# Capacity to contribute to a culture of open dialogue and constructive, mutual feedback as part of IFOAM’s intercontinental team.

How to apply:

Please submit electronically a full CV, letter of motivation, salary expectations and the contact details of two references in one PDF document before 30th July 2015 to Mwanzo Millinga, the communication Specialist at AfrONet, afronet2015@gmail.com

For strategic and content related questions can be directed to Jordan Gama, the President, jordanusgama@gmail.com

Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

COMMODITIES ACCOUNTING AND REPORTING OFFICER

Purpose of the position:
To manage the installed commodity tracking system (CTS) and other established food accountability systems, coordinate submission of reports by the field, warehouse and other stakeholders on timely basis in order to produce timely and accountable reports to donors as per FPMG standard
Major Responsibilities:
Commodity Reporting
Coordinate with all responsible parties so that receipts/dispatch waybills, WV Distribution center visit report, Truck Inspection reports, Warehouse Inspection Reports, loss/Damage Report, daily/Weekly Movement summaries, monthly physical inventory Beneficiary list and other relevant reports are received on good time. Receive, analyze and verify warehouse and distribution reports.
Maintain a very neat, organized and chronological filing system, ensuring that hard copies of the recommended reports are available and easy to access at any time.
In conjunction with the commodity officer ensure that standard commodity reporting is done using recommended forms.
Participate in monthly physical inventory and verify the accuracy of the physical inventory sheets.
Coordinate with the Finance department in the process of invoicing.
Record Keeping
Upon receipt of all relevant reports, these are entered into the global CTS. Organize a systematic way by which these reports are fed into CTS and analyzed.
Generate CTS reports (CSR, RSR and LSR) and others, which reflect updated and accurate district global information of World Vision food aid in the district.
Submit these reports to the commodity officer for review and submission to FPMG.
Accounting Control and Audits
Establish and monitor the implementation and maintenance of accounting control procedures in the field
Work together with the Project manager in preparation for audits and coordinate the audit process
Training
Conduct on the job training and refresher training for commodity management staff on the proper application of World Vision commodity management standards including the tracking systems, document and reporting formats.

Qualifications: Education/Knowledge/Technical Skills and Experience
The following may be acquired through a combination of formal or self-education, prior experience or on-the-job training:
Possess a university degree or equivalent qualification in accountancy or related field.
Have at least 2-3 years of experience in a similar capacity.
Have strong computer skills with fluent working knowledge of Ms Access, Ms Excel and Ms Word.
An accounting and logistics background.
Must be ready to work long hours in harsh stressful environment and security risk areas.
Honest, hardworking and God fearing with ability to conduct oneself in line with Christian values and understanding of World Vision Mission Statement.
Must be team player and have good inspection skills.
Should be a problem solver and have good analytical skills.

Other Competencies/Attributes:
Must be a committed Christian, able to stand above denominational diversities.
Perform other duties as required and assigned by supervisor/management.


APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:

Grassroots Capacity Building Specialist

Grassroots Capacity Building Specialist

Location: Anywhere (we can provide office space in NYC or you can work remotely)
Reports to: Executive Director
Start Date: ASAP – position open until filled

Equal Justice USA (EJUSA) is a national organization working to transform our justice system into one that works: that prevents violence, addresses trauma and helps people harmed by crime to rebuild their lives, creates genuine accountability instead of mass incarceration, and treats everyone fairly in the process. We are best known as a national leader in the movement to end the death penalty, but have been expanding our work over the last eight years to include advocacy for crime survivors, particularly in expanding access to services for those who have historically been left out.

We seek a savvy organizer with a unique blend of skills in capacity building and organizational development to partner with groups that serve people of color who have been harmed by crime and violence. If you’re excited by the idea of cracking the nut of complex governmental processes to help underserved communities gain access to new resources, then this job is for you. The ideal candidate will have a commitment to racial justice, an organizer’s instincts, and familiarity in both the direct service and operations sides of social justice work. They will be a born relationship-builder with experience or interest in mentoring or consulting with organizations to help them grow.

Background & Need:

Federal funding for victims services (known as VOCA funding) received an unprecedented increase of $1.6 billion this year. This new funding provides an incredible opportunity to address racial disparities that have previously limited access and availability of victims’ services in the communities most impacted by crime. Nontraditional service providers and grassroots groups across the country have been working with limited resources to address the needs of those harmed by crime in underserved communities. With the right assistance and effective advocacy, those organizations can become viable candidates to receive this new funding and expand their impact.

EJUSA is working with a collaborative of groups on a multi-faceted strategy to make this happen. EJUSA’s role in the collaborative is to help eligible organizations understand this new funding opportunity and position themselves to submit successful applications. This is not a grantwriting position, but the Capacity Building Specialist will be engaged in the proposal process by acting as a liaison between the service providers and a professional grantwriter.

Responsibilities:

• Develop relationships with nontraditional victims service providers in underserved communities, for example violence reduction programs, hospital-based trauma intervention programs, educational settings, employment programs, alternative to incarceration and reentry programs, churches, and other settings.
• Provide technical assistance to these organizations, including helping them understand how their programs could be eligible for victims services funding, developing plans to scale their work with new funding, strengthening internal processes such as tracking in order to meet funding requirements, and whatever else they need to be best positioned to compete for funds.
• Compile information about funding opportunities, deadlines, and rules and share them in easy-to-use formats with potential grantees.
• Create and disseminate training materials and run training calls for victims’ service providers who seek to apply for victims service funding.
• Act as a liaison to a professional grantwriter who will assist organizations with their proposals; help facilitate meetings and provide support to the grantwriter in the development of materials, among other responsibilities.
• Coordinate with the other organizations in the collaborative to advance the advocacy and communications portions of the strategy.
• Other duties as needed.

Qualifications:

• At least 3-5 years relevant experience such as nonprofit organizational development, operations, direct service management, strategic planning, organizational change, social justice advocacy, organizing, or other related field.
• Understanding of and interest in organizational growth and sustainability. Experience with government funding processes not required, but please be curious to learn as you go.
• Experience and comfort working with people harmed by crime, violence, and the criminal justice system. People directly impacted by these experiences are encouraged to apply.
• Excellent interpersonal communication, relationship building, networking, and social skills; ability to connect
• Strong organizational ability, including ability to juggle multiple projects, meet deadlines, work hard, keep things moving, and maintain a high attention to detail.
• Strong writing skills.
• Familiarity with Microsoft and web-based computer applications. Comfort working on a Mac or willingness to learn.
• Experience with facilitation, leading workshops, and developing training materials a plus.
• Passion and commitment to racial justice and to the broader mission and values of EJUSA.

Compensation:

Highly competitive and commensurate with experience. Excellent benefits including health and dental plan, retirement plan, generous paid time off, and professional development allowance.

To apply:

Email cover letter, resume, and salary requirements and/or salary history to jobs(at)ejusa.org with the subject “Capacity Building Specialist.” Given the unique nature of the position, interested candidates are welcome to contact EJUSA with specific questions.

EJUSA is an Equal Opportunity Employer, and we encourage a diverse pool of candidates to apply.

Teller – First National Bank

REPORTS TO/ AND LlAISES WITH: Teller Coordinator

Purpose Of The Position
To provide excellent service by processing customers transactions in a quick, correct and efficient manner according to specified procedures.
These transactions involve the movement of funds to and from customers’ accounts by their personal request and into account by third parties. Adheres to Branch Banking values

JOB REQUIREMENTS
Qualifications
Minimum Qualifications: Advanced Diploma from a recognized institution.

Experience
Previous teller experience will be an added advantage

KEY RESULTS AREAS
Must be ready to receive customer when the doors open
Engage the customers in a professional way as specified in the service standards
Ensure that the customers’ requests are clearly understood
Process the request in a quick and efficient manner without any mistakes
Make the customer aware of security information that will assist them in keeping their money safe
Should be able to perfume all telling duties including forex exchange
Error free capture of transactions (deposits, transfers, payments and withdrawals)
Achieve competence against all key result areas required
APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:


Send our CV to:
First National Bank Tanzania, FNB House, Ohio Street.
P.O Box 72290, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

OR email through rmassasi@fnb.co.tz

The closing date for applications is 25th May 2015
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

For more information please contact +255768989104
FNB is an equal opportunity employer.

Online Technology Manager – Transparency International (TI)

ONLINE TECHNOLOGY MANAGER

Application Closing Date – 22 May 2015
Job Start Date – As soon as possible
Duration – 2 years
Location – Berlin, Germany

Transparency International (TI) is the global civil society organisation leading the fight against corruption. Through more than 100 chapters worldwide and an international secretariat in Berlin, Germany, TI raises awareness of the damaging effects of corruption and works with partners in government, business and civil society to develop and implement effective measures to tackle it.

Main function: The Online Technology Manager manages the Online Technology team and provides strategic direction to create greater visibility, engagement and integration for TI’s online communications and knowledge sharing tools in cooperation with the communications director.

Department: ICT Department
Reporting lines: ICT Director
Job grade: IV

Responsibilities:

• Lead and effectively line manage the Online Technology team and drive expert use of a variety of content development technologies including CMS, web programming, website administration and information architecture
• Lead the Online Technology team in developing integrated online systems serving a wide range of customers/stakeholders including CRM integration, Campaign Management and Fundraising
• Provide technology leadership on web development trends and web system architectures incl. mobile, big data, SEO, analytics and e-communications
• Build networks and relationships with TI-S departments, Chapters and relevant external stakeholders/clients and fully engage in the exchange of learning and expertise within a community of learning practice across TI-S and the Movement
• Manage technology projects through their life cycle to ensure final delivery on time, on budget and in full compliance with all agreed specifications; effectively manage all external contractors and vendors within the context of these goals
• Deliver high quality internal guidance between TI-S and Chapter staff around online communications and technology strategies/advances to share and embed understanding of web-based communications best practice, in cooperation with the communications director

Knowledge, experience and skills:

• University degree or professional qualification in a relevant subject
• Min. 7 years of relevant practical experience
• Experience in managing multiple high profile technology projects across varied business functions
• Technical competence with a hands-on background in several of the following: HTML, XHTML, CSS design, Access, MySQL, JavaScript, Macromedia suite: Dreamweaver MX, Flash, ColdFusion, Contribute, Adobe suite, W3C Web standards, WAI, ADA & Sections 508 and 504 compliance, Preferred-XML, AJAX, RSS, PHP, ASP, SQLserver, ActionScript & Flash rich internet applications
• Experience in managing staff and small teams
• Excellent organisational skills and ability to work against tight project deadlines and remain calm under pressure
• Excellent communication skills and ability to explain technical matters to non-technical staff
• Excellent English language skills (both oral and written); additional language skills an asset
• Culturally sensitive and able to handle issues with diplomacy and to cultivate productive working relationships

Other information about the post and the location:

Transparency International and its global network offer an inspiring work environment with real learning opportunities and support. Berlin is an attractive metropolitan city with relatively low cost of living.

To apply:

Qualified candidates should submit, preferably via email, a cover letter and CV in English to:
onlinetechnologymanagerjob@transparency.org

Deadline for applications is 22 May 2015.

Please note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

Transparency International is an equal opportunity employer.

To learn more about Transparency International, visit our website at www.transparency.org

AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE ENGINEERS ATR 42/72 (2 POSTS)

Precision Air Services Plc is a fast growing private Tanzanian airline which operates in Partnership with Kenya Airways, with its strategies to expand wings beyond East Africa and Africa.
In order to keep our services at a higher level and meet our customers’ maximum satisfaction we wish to invite applications from suitably qualified candidates to fill in this challenging position.
POSITION: AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE ENGINEERS ATR 42/72 (2 POSTS)
REPORTS TO: MANAGER MAINTENANCE
DUTY STATION: DAR ES SALAAM
ROLE PURPOSE OF THE STATEMENT
Carry out and certify all inspection, repair ,replacement tasks on aircraft & aircraft systems and perform certification within his/her dual scope of approval in accordance with TCAA and company regulations at an optimized cost for the business whilst upholding high safety standards to maintain schedule integrity
KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES/RESPONSBILITIES
· Assess defect s on aircraft, troubleshoot, rectify and
· Certify within the dual scope approval for timely release of aircraft to maintain schedule integrity
· Carry out scheduled maintenance checks and service bulletins and certify within the dual scope approval for safe and timely release of aircraft within planned downtime for continued airworthiness.
· Carry out inspection, repair, replacement, overhaul, modification and testing of aircraft components and aircraft tools and certify within the two component ATA cluster approval for optimal turn around time to ensure continuous availability of serviceable component.
· Carry out and certify maintenance on cabin utilities and i.f.e. systems for utmost customer satisfaction and comfort
· Identify and requisition of the required parts
· Carry out and certify duplicate inspections on safety critical systems of the aircraft and engines within the single scope approval to ensure system integrity
· Report incidents / accident occurrences as per company procedures
· Ensure that maintenance tasks are recorded accurately & signed for in order to maintain correct & up to date aircraft history /data
· Adhere to the company safety, health and environmental policy
· Co-ordinate aircraft towing to and from hangars by communicating with the tower
· Apron control and operating the necessary aircraft systems for safe and timely
· Movement of the aircraft
· Supervise team of technicians
· Develop technicians for improved competency/ efficiency


· Any other duty as assigned by supervisor
PERFORMANCE INDICATORS:
· On time performance
· Number of adds raised/cleared
· Number of incidents / accidents
· Quality audits
· No fault found rate on removed components
· Optimal material and resource usage
· Feedback from peers
· Technicians competency
· Licences and approvals
COMPETENCIES:
· Strong team player
· Proactive
· Work under time pressure to maintain flight schedules
· Have proven integrity, transparency and accountability
· Ability to handle multiple tasks without compromising quality
· Ability to work independently in hostile environment
· Leadership quality
· Strong interpersonal communication skills
· Analytical
· Safety conscious
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, EXPERIENCE
· Diploma / Degree in the relevant engineering discipline and an approved Apprenticeship program or diploma in the relevant engineering discipline for at least three years
· Working experience in aircraft maintenance
· Either dual LWTR plus approval on at least one aircraft type or approval on two components ATA clusters
· At least two years as an approved technician
· In depth knowledge on aircraft systems
· Proficiency in computer applications
· Inspection and troubleshooting technique
· Supervisory skills
· Knowledgeable on TCAA regulations
· Knowledgeable on PW procedures
· Human factors knowledge
CLOSING DATE:
Not later than 28th January 2015
Mode of Application:
If you feel you meet the above requirements please send your application and CV to the address below.
Only short‐listed applicants will be contacted.
Director of Human Resources and Administration Precision Air Services Plc
Mail Box 70770 Dar es Salaam

E‐mail:pwrecruit@precisionairtz.com

Director of Communications and Public Outreach – Transparency International

Transparency International (TI) is the global civil society organisation leading the fight against corruption. Through more than 100 chapters worldwide and an international secretariat in Berlin, Germany, TI raises awareness of the damaging effects of corruption and works with partners in government, business and civil society to develop and implement effective measures to tackle it.
Main function: The Director of Communications and Public Outreach leads and develops TI’s global communications, in support of TI Strategy, relying on innovative online approaches, and leading and managing the Communications Department staff and budget. S/he articulates and promotes the Movement’s actions, programmes, research and campaigns, and enhances and protects the TI brand. S/he develops TI’s global supporters’ base and fundraising from the public.
Starting date: January 2015
Duration: limited for 2 years, with the possibility of extension
Location: TI-Secretariat, Berlin, Germany
Department: Communications
Reporting lines: Group Director External Relations
Job grade:V
Responsibilities:
  • Lead, develop and implement TI’s communications and effectively promote TI’s profile and brand at global level
  • In cooperation with other relevant departments from the TI Secretariat, assist Chapters in effectively managing their strategic communications needs and their capacity for fundraising from the public
  • Lead and oversee TI’s outreach online capacity and digital engagement with the public
  • Lead and effectively line manage and support the Communications Department staff and budget and implement staff review and development processes
  • Lead and develop the TI global supporters’ base and global fundraising from the public
  • Lead TI’s editorial committee
  • Streamline communications across the TI Secretariat and the Movement through professionalization of messaging and, in cooperation with the TI ICT committee, develop new techniques and online tools
Knowledge, experience and skills:
  • Graduate or undergraduate degree in Communications, Marketing, Journalism, Political Science, and/or International Affairs
  • Minimum of 15 years of practical experience in communications/marketing with at least 10 years of proven track record at a senior level, leading and managing staff in an international setting
  • Demonstrable experience in fundraising from the public and digital engagement
  • Understanding of current best practices in online communications
  • Combination of strategic thinking and hands-on application to get results under deadline and within budgets
  • Political awareness and ability to handle sensitive issues with diplomacy in many different cultural settings
  • Ability to provide inspiring leadership and effective management
  • Effective communicator in written and spoken English (to native speaker standard), excellent writing and editing skills are essential
  • Experience as a spokesperson an advantage
  • Knowledge of and interest in corruption, governance and development issues
  • Commitment to Transparency International’s values
Other information about the post and the location:
Transparency International and its global network offer an inspiring work environment with real learning opportunities and support. Berlin is an attractive metropolitan city with relatively low cost of living.
To learn more about Transparency International, visit our website at www.transparency.org
How to apply:
Qualified candidates should submit, preferably via email, a cover letter, mentioning the origin of the application (RELIEFWEB), and CV in English to:
Deadline for applications is 11 November 2014.
Please note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
Telephone interviews with short-listed candidates are scheduled to be conducted in the week commencing 17 November 2014. Personal interviews with successful candidates are planned to take place in Berlin in the week commencing 15 December 2014.
Transparency International is an equal opportunity employer.

OFFICE ASSISTANT – Tanzania Bureau of Standards (TBS)

Tanzania Bureau of Standards (TBS) is Tanzania’s sole standards body, formerly established by the Standards Act No.3 of 1975, which was repealed and replaced by the Standards Act No.2 of 2009. It is a Parastatal Organization under the Ministry of Industry and Trade. The Bureau is looking for suitably. qualified, competent and committed Tanzanians to fill the following vacancy
OFFICE ASSISTANT II
Qualifications and Experience
Holder of Certificate of Secondary Education with passes in English and Kiswahili with certificate course of Office Assistant.

Duties and Responsibilities
Cleaning, dusting and washing floors and walls in specific offices
Movement of files and other documents to destinations in and out of the Bureau
Shift materials from one destination to another
Assisting Record Management Assistants in addressing outgoing mail “
Assisting in filing documents and maintaining records of file movements
Any other duties as may be assigned by the Head of Section.

Age limit
Not above 35 years old

REMUNERATION
All above vacancies carries an attractive remuneration package in accordance to the qualifications and experience stated in respect post.


APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:


GENERAL CONDITIONS
Interested and qualified candidates are welcome to apply and send their hand written application letters attached with copies of relevant certificates, testimonies and detailed Curriculum Vitae (CV).
Certificates from foreign examination bodies, College or Universities should be verified by NECTA, NACTE or TCU, respectively.
The CV must incorporate contact details including telephone numbers, email addresses and three referees with their telephone numbers and addresses.
Result slips or Statement of results are strictly not acceptable.
Applications should reach the address below on or before 10th November 2014.
Applicants who are currently employed in the Public Service should route their application letters through their respective Employers.
HAND DELIVERY IS NOT ALLOWED.
Only Shortlisted applicants will be contacted for the interview.
DIRECTOR GENERAL

Tanzania Bureau of Standards Morogoro/Sam Nujoma Roads, Ubungo
P. o. Box 9524
Dar es Salaam
Tanzania

Office Assistant II

POSITION: Office Assistant II

Qualifications and Experience
• Holder of Certificate of Secondary Education with passes in English, Kiswahili and Mathematics, also must have relevant Certificate in Office Management skills from recognized Institution.
• One year relevant working experience is a must.

Duties and Responsibilities
• Cleaning, dusting and washing floors and walls in specific offices
• Movement of files and other documents to destinations in and out of the Bureau
• Shift materials from one destination to another
• Assisting Record Management Assistants in addressing outgoing mail
• Assisting in filing documents and maintaining records of file movements
• Any other duties as may be assigned by the Head of Section.

Age limit
• Between 25 to 30 years old

REMUNERATION
The post carries an attractive remuneration package in accordance to the qualifications and experience as stated above.

GENERAL CONDITIONS
i. Interested and qualified candidates are welcome to apply and send their hand written application letters attached with copies of relevant certificates, testimonies and detailed Curriculum Vitae (CV).
ii. The CV must incorporate contact details including telephone numbers, email addresses and three referees with their telephone numbers and addresses.
iii. Result slips or Statement of results are strictly not acceptable.
iv. Applications should reach the address below on or before 15th September 2014.
v. Applicants who are currently employed in the Public Service should route their application letters through their respective Employers.
vi. HAND DELIVERY IS NOT ALLOWED.
vii. Only Shortlisted applicants will be contacted for the interview.
viii. This advert can also be viewed on TBS Website http://www.tbs.go.tz

HOW TO APPLY:

DIRECTOR GENERAL
Tanzania Bureau of Standards
Morogoro/Sam Nujoma Roads, Ubungo
P. o. Box 9524
Dar es Salaam
Tanzania