Browsing: Unemployment in Tanzania

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Tanzania is blessed with plenty of water bodies, from the vital Ruvu, and the Indian Ocean to the great lakes—Tanganyika and Victoria. These rich water-bodies have also served the nation of more than 55 million a rich blend of aquatic organisms for dietary and business needs. 

Aquaculture is taking new ground in Tanzania, and more young people are taking an interest in it. Aqua-Farms Organization (AFO), a local fishery NGO based in Dar es Salaam, is one of the platforms utilizing aquatic resources for possible business and professional opportunities. 

As the window of job opportunities gets slimmer, organizations such as AFO with a human capital of more than 20 youth, provide a decent and interesting line of a career that caters for multiple demands across communities, economic and health factors being the top priorities. 

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