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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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yeliko Halson
Sun, 9 Aug 2015 06:19 EDT
Requesting for education sponsorship
Am looking for sponsorship for my master's studies. I have been provisionally admitted at Nelson Mandela-Arusha to pursue masters of science in material science and engineering for the 2015/2016 academic year. please i need your 0755774099,
Sat, 25 Jul 2015 17:05 EDT
Am Tanzanian aged 42,(Teacher).kindly am requesting for sponsorship leading to pursue a masters of education management and administration at the University of Dar Es Salaam in the academic year 2015/2016,recently i recommended for admission, so please i need your support for the success of this important program.
thank you.
Pius Cuthbert
Thu, 25 Jun 2015 14:45 EDT
A Tanzania youth with 21yrs old.
I am faithfully seeking sponsorship for my college studies, I have archieved Certificate in Information & Communication Technology. I also sponsored to archieve this, I need to proceed with my Diploma studies, please, I need it so very much and I need to be sponsored in these. Help!

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juma swalehe
Sat, 13 Jun 2015 10:56 EDT
im looking sponsorship of my study
My name is juma swalehe,I am looking for a sponsor whom can help me to study bachelor of science in geomatics at tanzania Universities.I am kindly need support.
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Selemani hamza
Tue, 2 Jun 2015 13:23 EDT
Sponsorship of medical treatment!
Hi! I am youth 26 years who succeed to finish bachelor of arts wiith education at Eckernforde tanga universitr but soon i finish my bachelor i got serious loss of my vision, i went CCBRT and my obstacles is money for medical test! My dream is to study dip of doctor of medicine! My contact +255719018111 Thanks!
anneth paul
Wed, 13 May 2015 05:51 EDT
requesting for scholarshp
am anneth 18years aged a form four leaver.i would wish to study in ireland. but ma parents can not afford it. i would like to get a schorlar. Thans and GOD BLESS number 0783547073
Fadhili Asumile Kapasi
Sun, 10 May 2015 11:07 EDT
Mr. Fadhili from the University of Dar es Salaam third year student pursuing bachelor of science with education. Am asking for sponsorship to further my education in a master level.
Freddrick Lucas
Tue, 5 May 2015 18:48 EDT
Request for Sponsorship
Hello,I am a Tanzanian boy aged 25 years old,I have a diploma in Electronics and Telecom Engineering.I have desire to continue with degree studies but I don't have money to do so.I need your support so as I can fulfill my dreams. These are my contacts:+255 758 50 13 13,
Glory makundi
Wed, 15 Apr 2015 14:03 EDT
Hello,I am a Tanzanian girl aged 25 years old,I have a diploma in Information technology (IT).I have desire to continue with degree studies in IT but I don't have money to do so.pleaseI need your
Asma Fazil
Tue, 31 Mar 2015 00:33 EDT
Need Career development in Ireland.
I did Master in business administration in human resource management. I have 16 years of education. I want gain experience in human resource management from Ireland. Please guide me How I can get job in human resource management email id is

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