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Irish flag Embassy of Ireland in Dar es Salaam

Address353 Toure Drive
Dar es Salaam
PostalPO Box 9612
Phonelocal: (022) 260.2355
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Wed, 20 Jan 2016 10:54 EST
looking for sponser
my request is for sponser who will sponser my academic issue that I want to continue with my degree level at Saut university in mwanza campus I hope that my request will be considered
Richard Makungu
Wed, 20 Jan 2016 05:18 EST
looking for medical sponsorship
hi, I'm Rich Makungu from Tanzania, im looking for the one to sponsor me to study abroad on attaining my first MD degree. I will be happy if my request will be considered
revocatus michael thomas
Sun, 13 Dec 2015 06:51 EST
looking for education sponsorship
hi,I am a Tanzanian aged 28yrs old,I started my education in mwalim nyerere memorial academy taking bachelor of education in geography and history,I managed to pay the fees for the first semester,am lookin for someone who will b pay in for ma education for the coming demisters for I can't afford anymore my phone numbers are 255652612396,email at:
Vitus Matepo
Fri, 11 Dec 2015 15:09 EST
I am a tanzanian with 22 years old looking for sponsor how will sponsor my studies because my parent they dont money to afford my studies nd my self I like studying I offer bachelor of arts in account and finance so please help me.
Sun, 6 Dec 2015 02:55 EST
My friend in Dar urgently needs a sponsor before his course starts! It's a win-win because if he can't pay it back- I will after I'm done with my medical degree in University Central London,
My friend really needs a sponsor-I'd be thankful if you sponsor him. I would have loved to sponsor him but I'm not fortunate enough-but after my med degree I'll be able to pay you guys off. Please sponsor him!
Thu, 26 Nov 2015 11:59 EST
sponsorship for bachelor degree in finance and investment planning at IRDP ,DODOMA
Iam a tanzanian boy student 2yrs and my request is concern education sponsorship .thanks for your important significant support.0715003562
revocatus michael
Wed, 25 Nov 2015 13:43 EST
looking for education sponsers
I am a young Tanzanian aged 28,started pursuing my bachelor program in the academic year 2015/2016,I managed to pay the tuition fees for the first semester,but I am not sure of paying for myself for the final semester this year,if u find it interesting pleaz support me to continue with my studies because my parents can no longer afford to pay for my education
Thu, 29 Oct 2015 02:40 EDT
I'm gay in Tanzania seeking friends in ireland and Sponsorship
Hellow am young gay living in Arusha Tanzania aged 22 years am looking for sponsorship and friendship In ireland its real hard being homosexual In Tanzania homosexuality is illegal and punishable with a sentence of ten years or more. people are still homophobic Neither same sex couples should hold hands in public not even in the privacy will always be intolerance and hatred I'll be so grateful if someone read this and contact me through.
Frank Magai
Sun, 25 Oct 2015 08:37 EDT
Hellow... Am real in a bad financial state and my parents can't pay for my studies in st.joseph university for computer science enginering.
I don't know what to do anymore and i realy want to study, please help me...
My contact is 0657509830
kefa Kityege
Tue, 20 Oct 2015 09:52 EDT
Looking for Masters Scholership
I'm looking for Masters Scholership. I'm holding an undergraduate degree of Arts from the United Republic of Tanzania. Help me as i'm willing to reach my goals of success in my life and my country. My contacts are +255767321954 and my E Mail adress is

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