Simiyu Region Inaugurates its Investment Guide.

    The Guest of Honor Prof. Adolf Mkenda, Permanent Secretary Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment (In a black Suit) and Hon. Anthony Mtaka(2nd Right), Simiyu Regional Commissioner showing the Simiyu Region Investment Guide after launching. First Left is Dr. Tausi M. Kida, Executive Director - ESRF and first right is Ms. Awa Dabo, Country Director UNDP Tanzania​

    On March 15th, 2017 Simiyu Region has inaugurated its first Investment Guide showing more than twenty investment opportunities in agriculture, tourism, industries and livestock sectors which are available in the region. The event was officiated by Professor Adolf Mkenda, the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Trade and Investment.

    The Guest of Honor Prof. Adolf Mkenda, Permanent Secretary Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment (In a black Suit) presenting a copy of the Guide to Dr. Tausi Mbaga Kida, Executive Director - ESRF

    The Simiyu Investment Guide is the result of the research conducted by the Economic and Social Research Foundation (ESRF) between December 2016 and February 2017 in all 6 Local Government Authorities of Itilima, Maswa, Bariadi Town, Meatu, Busega and Bariadi rural.

    Prof. Adolf Mkenda, Permanent Secretary Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment presenting a copy of the Guide to Ms. Awa Dabo, Country Director at UNDP Tanzania

    This guide provides investment information to prospective local and foreign firms, individuals, and resources that attract them to exploit investment potentials in Simiyu in order to stimulate business and enterprise development to execute the development pathway of the region as expressed by the Regional Secretariate.

    This guide was supported by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)




    Last updated on 2017-03-20




ESRFs activities are supported by the Government of the United Republic of Tanzania, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), African Capacity Building Foundation (ACBF) and International Development Research Centre (IDRC)