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    Tanzania and the EIB

    The EIB has worked with Tanzania since 1977.

    Thousands of people across the country can benefit from our infrastructure investments, for example in the road, water and energy sectors.

    One key example of our impact is the rehabilitation of the M1, the main road connection from Malawi to Dar es Salaam port; our funding contributed to reducing travel and transport costs.  We have also financed the protection of rural roads from extreme weather, which often prevented farmers from accessing local markets.

    Water is life. A recent project, part of the Lake Victoria Water and Sanitation Programme, also includes a public health education and awareness-raising hygiene campaign, not only to give access to clean water and sanitation, but also to help face the COVID-19 outbreak in informal settlements and vulnerable communities.

    At a glance

    The EIB provides finance and expertise for sound and sustainable investment projects in Tanzania.

    EIB stories in Tanzania

    Individual stories speak far louder than figures and charts.
    Discover how our work improves the quality of life in Tanzania and beyond

    Get EIB support in Tanzania

    We can provide you with various types of financing to implement projects that promote growth and jobs in your country.
    We support small businesses, innovation, climate and infrastructure.  Get an overview of the whole EIB Group product range

     

    Do you need a loan to finance your project?

    If youn need a loan over EUR 25m,
    contact us directly at:

    If you need a loan below EUR 25m,
    contact our local partners

    Do you have a question?

    For enquiries regarding the financing facilities, activity, organisation and objectives of the EIB, contact the Information Desk

    Tel.  +352 4379-22000
    Frequently asked questions

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    Contact our press officer

    Press office
    Tel.  +352 4379-21000
    press@eib.org
    www.eib.org/press