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TAMFI successfully hosts the second East Africa Microfinance Summit

By Eliza Lisah The Tanzania Association of Microfinance Institutions (TAMFI) in collaboration with East Africa Microfinance Network (EAMFINET) is hosting the second East Africa Microfinance Summit. EAMFINET is an umbrella organization for Microfinance Associations in Rwanda (AMIR), Kenya (AMFI-K), Uganda (AMFIU), Burundi (RIM) and Tanzania (TAMFI). The summit  started on 2nd and  ended on 4th November […]

Citi Bank Tanzania CEO speaks about supporting microfinance entreprenours

CITI MICROENTREPRENEURSHIP AWARDS – CMA 2015 for Tanzania Award Ceremony at the Hyatt Regency, Dar es Salaam September  27, 2016 Speech by  Mr Joseph Carasso – CEO Citibank Tanzania Citibank Tanzania CEO Mr Joseph Carasso has said that the inaugural Citi Micro-entrepreneurship Awards in Tanzania goes along way to recognize the achievements of micro  entrepreneurs in sailing through challenges and rising up […]

Announcement to all Tamfi Members: Register for East Africa Microfinance Summit 2016

 East Africa Microfinance Summit 2016  The event is organised by TAMFI  with mandate from the East African Microfinance Network .  Theme: “Accelerating financial inclusion for economic development” Date: 2nd to 4th November, 2016 Venue: Julius Nyerere International Convention Centre (JNICC), Dar es Salaam. Members of the East Africa Microfinance Network include- TAMFI,  AMIR (Rwanda), AMFIU (Uganda), […]

2016 Tanzania Citi Micro-Entrepreneurship Awards: D-day 28th September

  The competition will go along way to inspire more Tanzanians to borrow from microfinance and use the funds wisely to start or expand their businesses- Winnie Terry, CEO TAMFI  By Eliza Lisa The lucky winners of the Citi Bank’ Citi Micro-Entrepreneurship Awards Program in Tanzania will be announced and awarded on 22nd September 2016, it […]

TAMFI hosts Frankfurt School of Finance and Management LinkEd e-learning Exams

By Eliza Lisa: TAMFI offices on September 8  2016 hosted excited candidates sitting for their final exams for micro-finance courses. “We had the final exam for Frankfurt School of Finance and Management for LinkEd e-learning courses. Our office hall is used as an Exam Office,” noted TAMFI CEO Winnie Terry. She said development of knowledge and […]

Tamfi urge Members to Register for EAC Microfinance Summit

By Elisa Lisa: TAMFI has announced that this years East Africa Microfinance Summit will take place in Dar es Salaam early november. Mr Altemius Millinga, the Chairman-Organizing Committee said: “TAMFI, a member of East African Microfinance Network has been given the mandate to organize the second East African Microfinance Summit in Tanzania.” Mr Millinga who is […]

31 shortlisted for Citi Micro-Entrepreneurship Awards

Early this year, Citi Bank launched Citi Micro-Entrepreneurship Awards Program in Tanzania. The awards program is designed in raising awareness about microfinance among micro entrepreneurs who benefit from it. Hundreds of  micro entrepreneurs presented their business projects for examination but  only thirty one (31) were shortlisted for the final selection. TAMFI congratulates the shortlisted micro entrepreneurs […]


RURAL AND MICROFINANCE CONFERENCE IN TANZANIA Tanzania Association of Microfinance Institutions (TAMFI) in collaboration with Marketing Infrastructure, Value Addition and Rural Finance (MIVARF) is organizing a Rural and Microfinance Conference in Tanzania to be held on the 14th to 15th of July 2016 at Julius Nyerere Convention Center, Dar-es-Salaam. The theme of the conference is […]

The Launch of the Citi Microentrepreneurship Awards in Tanzania

  This is the first time the programme has come to Tanzania. It highlights the contributions of micro-entrepreneurs and microfinance institutions (MFIs) to their local economies     DAR-ES-SALAAM, April 14, 2016 Issued by Citibank Tanzania CEO: Mr Joseph Carasso As part of Citibank’s ongoing commitment to the field of microfinance, we are pleased to […]

About 48 microfinance institutions in Tanzania have assented to a code of conduct that will greatly improve delivery of services to micro-borrowers, a statement issued in Dar es Salaam on Sunday 4th January 2011 has said.

The statement issued by Tanzania Association of Microfinance Institutions (TAMFI) board of directors, affirms that the document is the first code of standards of practices for Microfinance Institutions in Tanzania. The press release calls on clients of microfinance institutions to VOICE their concerns with regard to quality of services and practices of their respective service […]

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