The following Candidates have been shortlisted for various positions in subsequent to Tamisemi / Mkapa Foundation recent vacancy announcement tenable at the Benjamin William Mkapa Foundation under the Ministry of Regional Administration and Local Government Tanzania.
Establishment of the Ministry of Regional Administration and Local Government is mentioned in the Constitution of the United Republic of Tanzania Article 8 (1) 145 and 146 of 1977 and many other subsequent amendments. In 1982 under the Parliament of the United Republic of Tanzania, it adopted the Local Government Authorities Act No. 7 (Cap 287) and the Urban Authorities Act No. 8 (Cap 288).
About Benjamin William Mkapa Foundation
The Benjamin William Mkapa Foundation is a Trust and non-profit making Institution, established and incorporated under the Trustees Incorporation Ordinance, CAP 375.
Officially registered on 13th April 2006, the Foundation aims to supplement and complement the development efforts of the Government of the United Republic of Tanzania.
- Kuona tangazo bofya hapa TANGAZO LA KUITWA KAZINI BMF MACHI, 2020.pdf
- kuona orodha ya waliochaguliwa bofya hapa ORODHA YA WAOMBAJI WALIOPATA NAFASI ZA KAZI BMF MACHI, 2020.pdf
The Foundation was established after the launching of its first initiative known as the “Mkapa Fellows Programme” in July 2005. The Programme of Mkapa Fellows was initiated by the Former President of the United Republic of Tanzania, H.E Benjamin William Mkapa and the Former President of the United States of America, H.E. William Jefferson Clinton in July 2005, through the financial support of the Government of the Royal Kingdom of Norway. The Fellows Programme aim was to accelerate HIV/AIDS services, through addressing the shortage of skilled health professionals in rural underserved settings.
The Foundation prior to having in place a full time Management team it was under the interim guidance of the Clinton HIV/AIDS Initiative (CHAI) of the Clinton Foundation, World Health Organization (WHO) and the Ministry of Health, Community, Development, Gender, Seniors and Children.
As from November 2006, the Mkapa Foundation gradually began recruitment of the Management team and staff. Collaboratively the Board of Trustees, Management and Staff proceeded undertaking and expanding into various initiatives that focus on addressing Human Resource for Health challenges and accelerating HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment services, as well as Maternal and Newborn health services within Tanzania.
As the Foundation grows its shifted its focus from implementing initiatives that a focused on strengthening HIV/AIDS service delivery and Health System, particular Human Resource for Health (HRH) to focusing on implementing beyond HIV/AIDS. Therefore resulted into the change of name to “The Benjamin William Mkapa Foundation (BMF)”
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