The final winners of the micro-entrepreneurship competition will be announced via a virtual award ceremony slated for early July 2021, notes Ms Winnie Terry, TAMFI CEO. “Out of the 24 shortlisted, a final analysis will net the top winners,” notes Ms Winnie Terry, TAMFI CEO. About 11 entrepreneurs who started very small, a loan officer and a most innovative microfinance institution will collectively take home Tsh 85 million awards.
Joyce is among the 24 outstanding entrepreneurs shortlisted for the 4th Citi Micro-entrepreneurship Awards(CMA) in Tanzania. Business: Flour, honey and wine Production Financier: Sido Sumbawanga Location: Big Market, Rukwa The business success is a result of having quality products, branding and packaging. Sido provided her with technical skill before giving her a first loan of […]
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 […]
With the theme of Rural Finance and Agricultural Transformation in Tanzania, the conference kicked off yesterday 13th July 2017 at Julius Nyerere International Convention Center, Dar es Salaam. The forum was officially opened by the state minister of planning and finance, DR Philip Isdor Mpango who in his speech said that people in the villages […]