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Today: Sunday, December 21, 2014
Tanzania Knowledge Network (TAKNET) is a joint initiative by the United Nations through its Joint Program on Capacity Development for Development Management under one UN initiative, The Government of the United Republic of Tanzania and The Economic and Social Research Foundation.  The network is established to promote sharing information on various aspects of social and economic development and stimulate discussions by informed individuals on current development issues.
The network organizes thematic and topical discussions focusing on issues of national interest. These discussions by informed and experts result in valuable consensus building on policy and issues of concern to Tanzanian society. Read more...
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  a 15 years of implementation of Village Land Act Number 5 of 1999 What lessons have we leant ? 3 55 12/19/2014
  a Development of Post MDGs Global Development Agenda: What factors should be considered? 19 541 12/2/2014
         
   
CLOSED DISCUSSIONS
  Localizing the Post MDG 2015 Development Agenda in Tanzania
  Tanzania Natural Resource Charter
  Tanzania Sovereign Wealth Fund
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POLICY BRIEFS
  What Benefits exist for Tanzania within East African Common Market Arrangement?
  Promoting Change through Research: The Impact of Research on Evidence-based Policy Process and Practice.
  Post MDGs development agenda: What future do we want and how can we achieve it?
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  Tanzania Development Gateway
  Tanzania Online
  Government of Tanzania
  United Nations (UN)
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