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Today: Wednesday, February 10, 2016
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.
TAKNET 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.

Summary of discussions covering the outcome of a particular topic are produced by moderators with policy recommendations and statements of best practice, which are shared with the policy makers and the public in general.

The output influences government decision-making, attracts attention from the public and influences practices in the government as well as civil society institutions. To ensure lively and enriching discussions that result in concrete actions and for the reputation and credibility of the network, interested parties are requested to apply for membership by filling the application form. .

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Tanzania Knowledge Network (TAKNET) Platform is supported by The Government of United Republic of Tanzania,
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