Events in Pictures: Finnish Journalists Visit UONGOZI Institute

Chief Executive Officer of UONGOZI Institute, Professor Joseph Semboja (second from left) speaking to a delegation of journalists from Finland when they visited the Institute on Friday, 18 March, 2016. From left is the Head of Development Cooperation at the Embassy of Finland, Ms. Milma Kuttenen, Ms. Liisa Tervo, Partnership Advisor at UONGOZI Institute, and Mr. Dennis Rweyemamu, Head of Research and Policy at UONGOZI Institute.
Chief Executive Officer of UONGOZI Institute, Professor Joseph Semboja (second from left) speaking to a delegation of journalists from Finland when they visited the Institute on Friday, 18 March, 2016. From left is the Head of Development Cooperation at the Embassy of Finland, Ms. Milma Kuttenen, Ms. Liisa Tervo, Partnership Advisor at UONGOZI Institute, and Mr. Dennis Rweyemamu, Head of Research and Policy at UONGOZI Institute.

 

Delegation of 15 journalists from Finland who visited UONGOZI Institute as a part of a 5-day program  organized by the Finish Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Delegation of 15 journalists from Finland who visited UONGOZI Institute as a part of a 5-day program organized by the Finish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, joined by officials from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Finland.

 

Natural Resource Management Programme Coordinator, Ms. Namwaka Omari (standing) delivering a presentation to journalists on UONGOZI Institute’s work on supporting the management of natural resources in tanzania, with an emphasis on the oil and gas sector.
Natural Resource Management Programme Coordinator, Ms. Namwaka Omari (standing) delivering a presentation to journalists on UONGOZI Institute’s work on supporting the management of natural resources in Tanzania, with an emphasis on the oil and gas sector.

 

One of the journalists from the Finnish delegation posing a question. Some of the issues that were discussed on the day included Tanzania’s work so far on sustainable development, capacity building for leaders in Africa, and the current state of Tanzania’s oil and gas sector.
One of the journalists from the Finnish delegation posing a question. Some of the issues that were discussed on the day included Tanzania’s work so far on sustainable development, capacity building for leaders in Africa, and the current state of Tanzania’s oil and gas sector.

 

Ms. Milma Kuttenen, Head of Development Cooperation from the Embassy of Finland thanking UONGOZI Institute on behalf of the delegation of journalists and officials from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Finland for hosting the visit.
Ms. Milma Kuttenen, Head of Development Cooperation from the Embassy of Finland thanking UONGOZI Institute on behalf of the delegation of journalists and officials from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Finland for hosting the visit.

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