Tanzania’s President Kikwete Urges U.S. Investment In Nation, Is Appointed To U.N. Global Health Crises Panel

Humanosphere: President of Tanzania lauds Seattle, seeks investments, and dodges media
Humanosphere founder and lead journalist Tom Paulson discusses a talk by President of Tanzania Jakaya Kikwete presented April 2 in Seattle, Washington, during which he urged U.S. investment in the nation. Paulson notes, “That same day, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon named Kikwete to chair a new initiative aimed at reforming global health — a U.N. High Level … Panel on Global Health Crises. Created in response to the Ebola crisis, the panel includes [former] USAID chief Raj Shah…” (4/3).

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