Women and Youth:

The Engine of AfCFTA Trade in Africa

Julius Nyerere International Convention Centre – JNICC
Dar Es Salaam, United Republic of Tanzania

Welcome to the inaugural

AfCFTA Conference on Women and Youth In Trade

The AfCFTA Secretariat in collaboration with the Government of the United Republic of Tanzania is organizing the AfCFTA Conference on Women and Youth from 12 to 14 September 2022, in Dar es Salaam, United Republic of Tanzania. The AfCFTA Conference on Women and Youth in Trade is convened under the patronage of H.E. Samia Suluhu Hassan, President of the United Republic of Tanzania and Champion of Women and Youth in Trade under the AfCFTA.

The Conference, held under the theme “Women and Youth: The Engine of AfCFTA Trade in Africa”, will provide a platform for women and youth in trade, policy makers, development partners, financiers, and other key stakeholders on the continent to discuss, in depth, perspectives on women and youth in trade. The overall objective is to develop policy proposals for the draft Protocol on Women and Youth in Trade. The Conference is also expected to design concrete solutions that enhance the ability of women and youth to take advantage of opportunities offered by the AfCFTA.

The Conference will host Heads of state and Government, Ministers responsible for Trade; Ministers responsible for Gender and Youth Affairs; Development Partners; Women and Youth Entrepreneurs and Businesses; policymakers and is envisaged to be a landmark event that provides the opportunity to take stock of progress in implementing policies and programmes that enhance the capacity of women and youth to trade.

Objective

The overall outcome of the AfCFTA Conference on Women and Youth in Trade is a Plan of Action to stakeholders and policymakers highlighting key areas identified for intervention to enhance the ability of women and youth to meaningfully take advantage of the AfCFTA.

Thematic Areas

The thematic focus of the Conference will be on six (6) key pillars that constitute a part of the sectors in which women and youth are engaged.  These include the following:

  • Leadership in Trade
  • Financial Inclusion
  • Creative Industries
  • Digital Solutions to Trade
  • Informal Cross Border Trade
  • Industrialization and creation of linkages

Targeted Participants

  • Female and youth leaders and policy makers
  • Female and youth entrepreneurs
  • Self-sponsored female and youth entrepreneurs
  • Business associations
  • SMEs and corporates in sectors with high levels of women and youth employment
  • Government Officials from Ministries responsible for trade, gender, and youth in Africa
  • Regional Economic Communities (RECs)
  • AfCFTA Strategic Partners and multilateral institutions
  • Trade and Investment Support Institutions, both public and private
  • Financial institutions
  • Media
  • Women and youth empowerment and Women’s and Youth’s Rights advocacy initiatives
  • Women and youth CSOs working on SMEs, Trade and Entrepreneurship
  • Academia
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Event Schedule

12 September - 14th September, 2022

8:00 – 9:00

Registration of participants and Arrival of Guests

9:00 - 9:10

Introduction of Guest Speakers – Master of Ceremony

9:10 - 09:20

Poetry by Local Poet

9:20 – 9:30

Opening Statement - H.E Wamkele Mene, Secretary General, AfCFTA Secretariat

 

9:30 – 9:35

Prof. Benedict Okey Oramah, President and Chairman of the Board, Afreximbank TBC

9:35 – 9:40

Dr. Adesina Akinwumi, President, African Development Bank AfDB TBC

09:40 – 9:50

 

H.E. Dr. Monique Nsanzabaganwa, Deputy Chairperson, African Union Commission

09:50 – 10:00

Introduction of Keynote Speaker by Hon. Dr. Ashatu Kijaji, Minister of Investment, Industry and Trade, United Republic of Tanzania

10:00 – 10:20

Keynote speaker – H.E. Samia Suluhu Hassan, President of the United Republic of Tanzania

10:20 – 10:45

Group Photo and Tea Break

10:45 – 11:45

 

Session I

“Supporting Women’s and Youth’s Leadership in Trade: A conversation with African female leaders”

 

Moderator: Hon. Amb. Liberata Mulamula, Minister of Foreign Affairs and East African Cooperation, United republic of Tanzania

 

Outline:

●      What barriers are impacting women and youth from reaching the highest levels of leadership?

●      How can governments encourage and support the next generation of women and youth to take leadership positions in business? How can their participation and engagement be improved in the policy space and in decision making?

●      What can governments do to support women and youth leadership in business? How can continental institutions support this agenda?

 

Panelists

·      H.E. Sahle-Work Zewde President of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia

·      H.E. Dr. Joyce Hilda Banda, Former President of the Republic of Malawi

·      H.E. Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Former President of the Republic of Liberia

·      H.E. Ms. Ameena Gurib-Fakim, Former President of the Republic of Mauritius

·      H.E. Mariam Chabi Talata Zime, Vice President of the Republic of Benin

·      H.E. Jessica Rose Epel Alupo, Vice President of the Republic of Uganda

·      H.E. Jewel Howard Taylor, Vice President of the Republic of Liberia

·      H.E. Victoire Tomegah Dogbé, Prime Minister of the Togolese Republic

·      H.E. Rose Christiane Ossouka Raponda, Prime Minister of the Gabonese Republic

·      H.E. Najla Bouden Romdhane, Prime Minister of the Republic of Tunisia

·      H.E. Ms. Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah, Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Namibia

·      H.E. Dr. Monique Nsanzabaganwa, Deputy Chairperson, African Union Commission

11:45 – 12:00

Coffee/Tea Break

12:00 – 13:00

 

Session II

“Reflecting on Challenges Women and Youth face in Cross Border Trade in Africa”

 

Moderator: Hon. Dr. Ashatu Kijaji, Minister of Investment, Industry and Trade, United Republic of Tanzania

 

Closed Ministerial Session to discuss:

·      issues identified by women and youth in cross border trade

·      the mainstreaming of women and youth issues in national implementation strategies.

 

Outline

 

The AfCFTA Secretariat, in collaboration with key partners, carried out national consultations and surveys of women and youth in trade to engage them on constraints they face when trading across borders in Africa and on possible solutions to enhance their ability to take advantage of opportunities offered by the AfCFTA.

 

The consultations and surveys revealed that women and youth are confronted to the following constraints:

 

·      Limited or lack of access to trade related information

·      Limited or lack of access to financial resources

·      Limited or lack of access to productive resources

·      Limited or lack of access to representation in professional network and trade associations

·      The concentration of women and youth in trade in small scale and informal trading activities

·      Limited or lack of engagement of women and youth in the trade policy space

·      Lack of an enabling environment favourable to trading activities undertaken by women and youth

·      The impact of COVID 19.

 

Speakers

·      Female Ministers responsible for Trade

·      Ministers responsible for Gender

·      Ministers responsible for Youth

 

13:00 – 14:00

Lunch Break

14:00 – 16:30

 

Session III

“Promoting Financial Inclusion for Women and Youth in Trade”

 

Moderator: Dr. Joy Kategekwa, UNDP Strategic Advisor, Regional Bureau for Africa

 

14:00 – 14:05

Video presentation (access to funds)

14:05 – 15:30

 

 

Outline

·      What policies, including regulatory and administrative frameworks, can enhance women and youth’s access to trade finance? What are some specific solutions that have worked to improve access to finance, for instance credit guarantees?

·      What existing trade financing facilities are available for women and youth in trade?

·      What are the requirements for women and youth in trade to access trade financing facilities?

·      What innovations can accelerate women’s and youth’s access to new financial products, schemes to utilize opportunities offered by the AfCFTA?

·      How can the AfCFTA Protocol on Women and Youth in Trade be part of the solution?

 

Panelists

Hon. Dr. Saada Mkuya, Minister of Finance, Government of Zanzibar

H.E. Chileshe Kapwepwe, Secretary General, COMESA

Ms. Ruth Zaipuna, CEO, NMB

Ms. Zainab Mustapha, Managing Director, Skilltensive Training and Development Company

Ms. Leonida Mutuku, Founder, Intelipro

Ms. Lilian Secelela Madeje, Coordinator, Digital Financial Initiative

AfDB Representative

Ms. Laone Bukamu Hulela, Chief Investment Officer, Full Duty Capital

15:30 – 16:30

The African Union's Women and Youth Financial and Economic Inclusion (WYFEI) 2030 Initiative 

 

The WYFEI 2030 Initiative is an initiative that seeks to unlock key systemic bottlenecks that perpetuate poverty, deprivation, and social injustice among women and youth in Africa. It is a public-private- women and youth partnership initiative that will contribute incrementally and cumulatively to the financial and economic inclusion, empowerment, poverty reduction, and welfare of women and youth in Africa.

 

Outline

 

·      What should be the priorities of the three WYFEI 2030 clusters?

·      How should clusters approach the harmonization of stakeholders' activities for higher impact and scale?

·      What coordinating structure and reporting mechanism should be put in place to ensure the success of the cluster framework?

·      What kind of financing architecture should be adopted by the three WYFEI 2030 clusters?

 

Moderators:

·      Ms. Ivania Mondlane-Convener for the Entrepreneurship and Business Development Cluster

·      Ms. Katlego Sekhobe- Convener for the Quotas Cluster

·      Ms. Sandzisile Madonsela-Convener for the Financial Inclusion Cluster

16:30

Wrap Up

19:00 – 22:00

Cocktail (cultural event)

08:30 - 09:00

Arrival of Participants

09:00 - 10:45

Session IV

 

 “Supporting Women and Youth as Drivers of the Creative Industry in Africa”

 

Moderator:

 

Outline

·      How can we reform the creative industry to ensure that women and youth in trade meaningfully benefit?

·      How can women and youth in the creative industry effectively utilize digital platforms to access markets and skills throughout the continent and beyond?

·      What solutions have worked to support creatives in business development? How can creatives build resilience to external economic shocks?

·      How can women and youth in the creative industry use intellectual property rights to protect both innovation and traditional/cultural knowledge?

·      What capacity building initiatives can be scaled up to support women and youth in creative industries to trade under the AfCFTA?

 

Panelists

Ms. Flotea Masawe, Founder, Marvelous Flotea Company

Mr. Hamza Cherif Douezza, Managing Director, Anou

Ms. Gloria Kamanzi Uwizera, Founder and CEO, Glo Creations Ltd

Ms. Khalila Sandrah Mbowe, Entrepreneur in the Creative

Ms. Wairimu Manyara, Lawyer in Training

Ms. Maisha Kush, Artist

 

10:45 – 11:00

Coffee/Tea Break

11:00 – 12:45

Session V

“Leveraging Digital Solutions to Trade to Enhance Women’s and Youth’s Competitiveness in the AfCFTA Market”

 

Moderator: Lady Marieme Jamme, Founder- iamtheCode/ Ms. Treasure Maphanga, Chief Operating Officer, AE Trade

Outline

·      How can digital solutions and e-commerce platforms be utilized to facilitate women and youth entrepreneurs participation in trade activities? How can women and youth continuously build their skills to leverage the digital space to trade?

·      What should be done to ensure a safe environment and simplified process for women and youth traders under the AfCFTA, especially with regards to payment systems and transactions?

·      In what ways can women and youth in business and professionals (in ICT, Policy and Finance) be encouraged to enter the digital economy and the innovation ecosystem and become more involved in designing e-commerce channels and solutions?

 

Panelists

Ms. Treasure Maphanga, Chief Operating Officer, AE Trade

Mr. Godfrye Magila, CEO, Magila Tech Company Ltd

Lady Marieme Jamme, Founder, iamtheCode

Ms. Samrawit Fikru, CEO, Ride

Mr. Vinesh Davda, Entrepreneur in Banking and Technology

Ms. Abella Bateyunga, Executive Director and Founder of Tanzania Bora Initiative

12:45 – 13:30

Lunch Break

13:30 – 14:45

 

 

Session VI

 “Women and Youth in Informal Cross Border Trade: Supporting the formalization of women and youth in trade for greater benefits under the AfCFTA”

Moderator: Sitshengisiswe Ndlovu, founder and first President of Organisation of Women in International Trade Zimbabwe Chapter

Outline

·      What measures are currently working for small-scale cross-border traders?

·      What additional trade facilitation measures and policies should be put in place to promote and protect women and youth in informal cross border trade?

·      How can we account for informal cross-border trade in formal statistics in a consistent way across the continent?

·       How can women and youth in informal cross border trade be supported through the formalization process? What existing practices should be built upon?

Panelists

Dr. Zainab Chaula, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Community Development, Gender, Women and Special Groups, Tanzania

Ms. Paulina Mbala Elago, Executive Secretary, SACU

Ms. Monica Hangi, Country Director, TMEA Country Director

Mrs. Oretha Quito, Founding Member of AWICBT, Liberia

Ms. Tamarah Moutotekema, Founder and CEO, AGRIDIS

Alice Nanana, Cross border Trader CBTA (Tanzania/Kenya)

Ms. Gugulethu Sisio, Thumeza

Ms. Betty Chikwabi, Chairlady of the Cross Border Trade Cooperative

Ms. Esther Chukambire, Cross Border Trade Southern Africa, Malawi

AfDB Representative

15:00 – 16:30

Youth Roundtable on the AfCFTA Protocol on Women and Youth in Trade

Moderator: Mr. Ivan Atuyambe, YouLead Africa

Women Roundtable on the AfCFTA Protocol on Women and Youth in Trade

Moderator: Ms. Neo Tlhaselo, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Conversation with Africa

08:30 – 09:00

Arrival of Participants

9:00 – 10:45

Session VII

“Women and Youth as drivers of industrialization in the context of the AfCFTA: Creating linkages for women and youth in trade”

Moderator: Ms. Nicole Sulu, Founder, Sultani Makutano

 

Outline

·      How do we harness the potential of women- and youth-led businesses in creating and participating in regional and continental value chains?

·      What are some of the measures and concrete actions at the policy and private sector levels to enhance the ability of women and youth to add value to their products?

·      Given that many women and youth entrepreneurs run SMEs, what solutions work to overcome challenges SMEs face in meeting the standards, quality, and scale required to supply larger players and integrate into supply chains, for instance incubator programmes?

·      What kind of capacity building initiatives and programmes should be designed to ensure women’s and youth’s meaningful participation in AfCFTA-driven industrialization? How can policy makers and development partners assist?

·      How can business associations and cooperatives be more inclusive in terms of representing the interests of women and youth and in supporting business linkages?

Panelists

Ms. Madji Sock, Co-Founder of the Women Investment Club, Senegal

Ms. Namhla Mniki, co-Chair of the Women Economic Assembly in South Africa

Ms. Jabari Pheri, Managing Director and Founder, GBRI Business Solutions

Ms. Siphra Shisa, President and Co-Founder of the African Women in Business

Ms. Beatrice Gakuba, Executive Director, AWAN Afrika, African Women Agribusiness Network

Ms. Aissata Diakete, Founder and CEO of Zabaan Group

Ms. Sarephine Koa, CEO, Africadvice

Ms. Mbessa Elongo, Co-Founder and Deputy Director General, Business Facilities Corporation

Dr. Arnaud Bengono Mezui, Business relations, Okev Brewery

10:45 – 11:00

Coffee/Tea break

11:00 – 13:00

Business to Business

Business to Government

13:00 – 14:00

Lunch Break

14:00 – 15:30

Remarks

Mr. Zlatan Milisic, UN Resident Coordinator, United Republic of Tanzania

Ms. Christine Musisi, UNDP Resident Representative to the United Republic of Tanzania

Ms. Jemimah Njuki, Global Chief of Economic Empowerment, UN Women

Ms. Laura Paez, Chief of the Market Institution Section, UNECA

15:00 – 15:30

Closing Remarks

Hon. Dr. Aishatu Kijaji, Minister of Investment, Industry and Trade

H.E. Wamkele Mene, Secretary General, AfCFTA Secretariat

H.E. Hussein Ali Mwinyi, President of Zanzibar and Chairman of the Revolutionary Council

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For Participants

Dear Participant,

Welcome to the United Republic of Tanzania for the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) Conference on Women and Youth in Trade that will be held from 12 to 14 September 2022 in Dar es Salaam, United Republic of Tanzania.

Please find below some general information on Conference arrangements, which you may find useful.

1. DATES AND VENUES

The Conference will be held from 12 to 14 September 2022, at the Julius Nyerere International Convention Centre (JNICC) in Dar es Salaam, United Republic of Tanzania.

2. REGISTRATION FOR PARTICIPANTS

An online registration link will be provided below for purposes of accreditation for the Conference. It is therefore important to fill the form at least two weeks before the Conference.  Please note that late registration will not be considered even if you have an invitation letter.

The registration desk will be opened during the Conference daily from 08:00 AM (East Africa Time) at the JNICC for the issuance of accreditation and badges. Each participant shall be given a badge for identification purposes during the period of the Conference.

Information for accessing the Conference virtually shall be provided in due course.

3. DOCUMENTS

The AfCFTA Secretariat will be responsible for the production and dissemination of all working documents in line with African Union practice and procedure.

Final versions will be sent electronically shared with participants. Participants are encouraged to bring these versions for use at the Conference.

4. DAILY SUBSISTENCE ALLOWANCE (DSA)

Sponsored Participants

Participants sponsored by the AfCFTA Secretariat and its partners will receive a return ticket (economy class) by the most direct and economical route and daily subsistence allowance (DSA). This applies to sponsored participants only.

NB: Sponsored participants are kindly informed that they will receive their DSA on the 3rd day after their arrival in Dar es Salaam.

Costs of health insurance and other costs incidental to the travel for the Conference will be borne by the participants.

5. LUNCH AND OTHER REFRESHMENTS

Snacks and lunch will be provided during the Conference.

6. LOCAL TRANSPORT

Local transport will only be provided from the recommended hotels to the Julius Nyerere International Convention Centre.

7. ELECTRIC SUPPLY

The standard electrical current used throughout the United Republic of Tanzania is 230 volts with a frequency of 50 Hz. The electric plugs and sockets are of the G type. It is recommended that participants bring their own adaptors to comply with the electric current and plugs.

 

8. SIMULTANEOUS INTERPRETATION

Simultaneous interpretation will be provided in the five (5) following AU languages: Arabic, English, French, Portuguese and Swahili. Details of the full language regimen and the relevant channels will be provided during the Conference.

9. CURRENCY

The official currency of Tanzania is the Tanzanian Shilling (TZS). All payments on the territory of Tanzania must be done in Tanzanian Shilling. Currency exchange points are available at the airport and hotels. Similarly, ATMs are also available in banks, hotels, and large shopping centres.

10. SECURITY

Dar es Salaam is a safe city. However, all travellers are advised to take the necessary safety precautions. For any emergency, please contact the following focal persons:

  1. SACP Renatha Mzinga (TANZANIA POLICE HEADQUARTERS)
    Phone: +255713449391
  2. ACP Canuty Msacky (OPERATION OFFICER ILALA SPECIAL POLICE REGION)
    Phone: +255737792525/+255657417366


11. WEATHER AND TIME

Dar es Salaam is located on the eastern coast of the United Republic of Tanzania. The time zone in Dar es Salaam is East Africa Time (GMT+3). Dar es Salaam is one of the warmest regions in Tanzania with an average daily temperature of 32 degrees centigrade. High humidity and hot temperatures make the weather at times pleasant but also tropical humid. The average high temperature, in September, in Dar es Salaam is 28.5°C (83.3°F), while the average low temperature is 21.9°C (71.4°F).

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For Exhibitors

Participants taking part in the exhibition are required to provide the following information on the registration link:

  • Name of the exhibitor
  • Packing List – Name of the Product, quantity, and price
  • Entry Point
  • Exit Point

The information should be provided before the arrival of the exhibitors in accordance with the Simplified Customs Clearance Procedures as required under S117 of the East African Customs Management Act, 2004 read together with Section 132 (1) (b) of the East African Community Customs Management Regulation, 2010.

Please note that Participants must register as exhibitors to be allocated an exhibition space.

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Visa Requirements

Visa Requirements

Visas will be issued in accordance with the laws and regulations of the United Republic of Tanzania

Please note that the Government of the United Republic of Tanzania will issue an ordinary visa on arrival to nationals of African Union Member States required to apply for a visa upon payment of a visa fee of USD 50/-. In order to benefit from this arrangement, you are required to produce your invitation letter or nomination letter and the proof of registration.

Participants from countries which fall under Referral Visa category (See the list on Tanzania Immigration Website) are advised to obtain a permission letter for Visa on arrival, through the AfCFTA Secretariat, which they will show upon arrival for smooth visa clearance.

Participants are required to hold a passport that is valid for a minimum of six (6) months.

The ordinary visa permits the holder to attend the Conference and visit all parts of the United Republic of Tanzania, including Dar es Salaam for the period stipulated in the visa. You are required to comply with all laws and regulations in force in the territory of the United Republic of Tanzania.

For more information on the requirements for entry into Tanzania, please consult the link below:

https://immigration.go.tz/index.php/immigration-services/visa-information

Vaccination & Health Requirement

In addition to visa and passport requirements, travelers from Yellow Fever endemic countries or in transit in those countries for more than 12 hours, are required to hold a valid certificate of vaccination against Yellow Fever for entry into the United Republic of Tanzania.

 For more information on the Yellow Fever requirements for entry into Tanzania, please consult the link below:

 https://www.moh.go.tz/search?q=Yellow+fever

 As far as preventive measures against the spread of COVID-19 are concerned, please note the following:  

FULLY VACCINATED travellers will be exempted from both RT PCR and Rapid Antigen Test requirements. Travellers will be required to present a valid vaccination certificate with a QR code for verification upon arrival. The only accepted vaccines are those which have been approved by the URT and the World Health Organization;

NOT FULLY VACCINATED, UNVACCINATED and those not eligible for vaccination due to their country policy will be required to present a negative COVID-19 RT- PCR or NAATs certificate with QR code obtained within 72 hours before departure.

If travellers originate from countries listed on the link below https://www.moh.go.tz/storage/app/uploads/public/624/da5/e95/624da5e959be0114197354.pdf they will be tested for COVID 19 upon arrival using a Rapid Antigen Test at their own cost of 10 USD (TZS 23,000) for Tanzania Mainland. If found positive, they will be tested with RT- PCR for confirmation, allowed to self-isolate and the results will be sent via email or any other means.

N.B: The filling of the Traveller’s Health Surveillance Form is currently not an entry requirement to Tanzania due to the system being under maintenance. Travellers will be screened by Port Health Officials at Points of Entry upon arrival.

COVID 19 PRE-DEPARTURE REQUIREMENTS FROM TANZANIA

For participants who require a COVID 19 PCR test prior to departure, the service will be

provided at the Conference grounds at a cost of USD 50/- per person. For those requiring rapid test prior to departure, the service will be available at exit points (airport, port or ground crossing) at the cost of USD 10 /- per person.

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Hotel Accomodation

Participants of the AfCFTA Conference on Women and Youth In Trade 2022 will receive special hotel rates at select hotels in Tanzania. Transportation will also be provided from these select hotels to the conference centre.

Below is a list of recommended hotels with special rates for the Conference and reservation links that will facilitate booking:

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HOTEL NAME

STATUS

SPECIAL RATES IN US DOLLAR

BOOKING CONTACTS AND LINKS

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DAR ES SALAAM SERENA HOTEL

5 STAR

181

 

Group Direct Booking Link - No login/Attendee Code needed:

  • Group General Booking Link - User will be required to enter Attendee Code (WYT) coordinator can login using Group Code (WYT):

Booking Engine 4.0 URL: https://reservations.travelclick.com/76352?userType=GRP

 

2

HYATT REGENCY (THE KILIMANJARO HOTEL)

5 STAR

180

Group Direct Booking Link - No login/Attendee Code needed
To make your reservations, please click here: https://www.hyatt.com/en-US/group-booking/DARHR/G-DX6S

 

S/N

HOTEL NAME

STATUS

SPECIAL RATES IN US DOLLAR

BOOKING CONTACTS AND LINKS

1

FOUR POINTS  BY SHERATON  NEW AFRICA HOTEL

4 STAR

To be provided

 

To be provided

2

SEA CLIF HOTEL

4 STAR

170

 

To be provided

3

HOLIDAY INN HOTEL

4 STAR

To be provided

TEL: +255(22)2139250

FAX +255(22)2139260

Mob: +255(0)782041728

Email: Sales@holdayinn.co.tz

Web: www.holdayinn.com.tz

Booking Ref. Investment Dialogue

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HOTEL NAME

STATUS

SPECIAL RATES IN US DOLLAR

BOOKING CONTACTS AND LINKS

1

PROTEA COURT YARD HOTEL

3 STAR

90-100

 

SP

Sella Sekella

Tel:-   +255(0)22 2130130

Fax:-   +255(0)22 2130100

Mobile:- +255 754 565 226 & 715 565 226

Email:- info@phcourtyard.com

info@phoysterbay.com

proteahotels.com  |  marriott.com

 

2

GOLDEN TULIP CITY CENTER HOTEL

3 STAR

96

Mariam Temba

Mobile

+255774723737

inquiries@goldentulidarcitycentre.com

 

3

ONOMO FORMALY  RAMADA CITY

3 STAR

91.50

Booking code: TOHD092202L

Rachel Mwakatika

ONOMO Hotel Dar es Salaam

T: (+255) 22 234 3434

T : (+255) 677 343 434

Ghana Avenue | Dar es Salaam | Tanzania
rs.daressalaam@onomohotel.com

www.onomohotels.com 

 

4

COLLESEUM HOTEL

3 STAR HOTEL

80-90

The booking link to be provided

 

SPECIAL RATES TANZANIAN SHILLINGS

S/N

HOTEL NAME

SPECIAL RATES TANZANIAN SHILLINGS

BOOKING CONTACT DETAILS

 

5

PEACOCK HOTEL – CITY CENTER

BIBI TITI MOHAMMED ROAD

 

3 STAR

 

DIPLOMATIC SUITE

TSH. 349,237 PER NIGHT WITH BREAKFAST

 

JUNIOR SUITE

TSH. 267,749 PER NIGHT WITH BREAKFAST

reservation@peacock-hotel.co.tz

 

+255 713 559 627

+255 222 114 071

 

6

SOPHIA HOTEL – CITY CENTRE, BIBITITI MOHAMMED ROAD,

 

3 STAR

 

EXECUTIVE ROOM

TSH. 70,000 PER NIGHT WITH BREAKFAST

 

STANDARD ROOM

TSH. 45,000 PER NIGHT WITH BREAKFAST

sophiahotels@gmail.com

+255 757 762 482

 

7

SLEEP INN HOTEL – MAHIWA STREET

 

3 STAR

STANDARD SINGLE ROOM

TSH 151,580 PER NIGHT WITH BREAKFAST

 

EXECUTIVE SUITE

THS 291,500 PER NIGHT WITH BREAKFAST

reservations@sleepinnhoteltz.com

 

 

+255 22 212 7340/

+255 754 362 866

 

8

HONG KONG HOTEL – MSIMBAZI NARUNG’OMBE STREET

 

3 STAR

STANDARD ROOM

TSH 35,000 PER NIGHT WITH BREAFAST

hongkonghotel255@gmail.com

 

DELUXE DOUBLE ROOM

TSH 80,000 PER NIGHT WITH BREAKFAST

 

+255 766 634 233

 

9

EURO HOTEL – SHAURIMOYO STREET

 

3 STAR

DELUXE KING ROOM

TSH 80,000 PER NIGHT WITH BREAKFAST

manager@eurohoteltz.com

 

SUITE

TSH 300,000 PER NIGHT WITH BREAKFAST

+255 754 344 913

 

10

IRIS HOTEL DAR ES SALAAM – LIVINGSTONE, AMANI STREET

 

3 STAR

STANDARD ROOM

TSH 70,000 PER NIGHT WITH BREAKFAST

 

EXECUTIVE ROOM

TSH 120,00 PER NIGHT WITH BREAFAST

 

+255 712 265 262

 

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HOTEL NAME

STATUS

SPECIAL RATES IN US DOLLAR

BOOKING CONTACTS AND LINKS

1

JOHARI ROTANA HOTEL

Town hotel

155

Group Direct Booking Link - No login/Attendee Code needed:

http//www.roventres.com/investmentdialogue

 

www.roventres.com

 

2

ELEMENT BY WESTIN HOTEL

TOWN HOTEL

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zena.sapi@marriott.com

Andrew.mkony@marriott.com

Elementhotels.com

 

 

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CROWNPLAZA/

CITY HOTEL UPANGA

TOWN HOTEL

To be provided

 

 

Group Direct Booking Link - No login/Attendee Code needed

 

Women and Youth in Trade:- Women and Youth in Trade

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To confirm your participation, and for further information pertaining to logistics, please contact:

AfCFTA SECRETARIAT

Ms. Marie Providence Mugangu

Email: Marie.Providence@au-afcfta.org;

Ms. Gonaya Sethora

Email : Gonaya.Sethora@au-afcfta.org

Ms. Genet Tekle

Email: Genet.tekle@au-afcfta.org;

Ms. Hermela Tilahun

Email: Hermela.Tilahun@au-afcfta.org;

GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA

Ms. Nyanjira Mumba Mabu

Emailnyanjira.mabu@mit.go.tz
Phone: +255713407149

Mr. Amedeus Mzee

Email: amedeus.mzee@nje.go.tz
Phone: +255652207665

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