Friday, May 5, 2017

CHARGÉ D’AFFAIRES VISITS PARTNERS IN MWANZA, HIGHLIGHTS COOPERATION BETWEEN THE AMERICAN AND TANZANIAN PEOPLE

U.S. Chargé d’Affaires Virginia Blaser speaking with Tanzanian game scouts at the Pasiansi Wildlife Training Institute in Mwanza on May 3, 2017. Chargé Blaser observed students at the Institute demonstrating the law enforcement, military, natural history, and field training they receive. The U.S. Government has contributed to the Institute by supporting the training of nine Pasiansi staff members, helping to build capacity to protect wildlife in Tanzania.
U.S. Chargé d’Affaires Virginia Blaser visiting the Pasiansi Wildlife Training Institute in Mwanza on May 3,2017. The students demonstrated for the Chargé the medical field training they receive. The U.S. Government has contributed to the Institute by supporting the training of nine Pasiansi staff members, helping to build capacity to protect wildlife in Tanzania.
U.S. Chargé d’Affaires Virginia Blaser with Tanzanian game scouts at the Pasiansi Wildlife Training Institute in Mwanza on May 3, 2017. Chargé Blaser observed students at the Institute demonstrating the law enforcement, military, natural history, and field training they receive. The U.S. Government has contributed to the Institute by supporting the training of nine Pasiansi staff members, helping to build capacity to protect wildlife in Tanzania.
U.S. Chargé d’Affaires Virginia Blaser with Police Inspector Wenceslaus Muchuguzi at the Mwanza Maritime Academy on May 3, 2017. During the visit, Chargé Blaser watched a patrol demonstration from onboard a U.S.-donated Defender Boat provided to Tanzania’s maritime police through the African Partnership for Rapid Response Peacekeeping. In addition to donating two boats to the Maritime Police, the United States also donated nine other boats to Tanzania and facilitates the repair and maintenance of all the boats.
U.S. Chargé d’Affaires Virginia Blaser with Police Inspector Wenceslaus Muchuguzi at the Mwanza Maritime Academy on May 3, 2017. During the visit, Chargé Blaser watched a patrol demonstration from onboard a U.S.-donated Defender Boat provided to Tanzania’s maritime police through the African Partnership for Rapid Response Peacekeeping. In addition to donating two boats to the Maritime Police, the United States also donated nine other boats to Tanzania and facilitates the repair and maintenance of all the boats.

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