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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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Paul Anthony.
Fri, 18 Jul 2014 09:55 EDT
Am a Tanzania age of 21 years seeking for sponsorship in my education in order to purse my diploma in law at any university worldwide.
Dianapesha56@gmail .com
sayuni moses
Wed, 16 Jul 2014 15:37 EDT
im seeking for sponsorship

am sayuni moses Tanzanian with 18 years old,I have been admitted my diploma in medical lab at Kilema college,
I need your sponsorship please my number 0762175480
zacharia a mwalwama
Tue, 15 Jul 2014 00:33 EDT
seeking sponsorship for completing my BCS
Good morning,

I am a student at St Joseph College of Information Technology - Songea Campus taking Bachelor of Computer Science, Third year, registered as 117180328 Zacharia A Mwalwama

I am much interest in mobile and computer programming, in our college the seventh and eighth semester we suppose to finish our BCS degree in India Main Campus of ST JOSEPH UNIVERSITIES from october 2014 to october 2015. the college ask us to pay 350$ before 30 september 2014

I am asking any possibility of sponsorship from you for this programme .Thanks
Mshigati C kimali
Thu, 10 Jul 2014 11:12 EDT
requesting for a sponsorship diproma and bachelors
Am a yong boy how need help of fee in order to obtain ma goals, I don have dady he is pass away long time and my mum haven't the ability to pay fee please help me. my contact is 0653466832 , email:
Paulo Ngunda
Thu, 3 Jul 2014 14:04 EDT
Company Exist
Curran Commercials 130 Markethill Rd Armagh
N. Ireland.
Is it a registered used truck dealer in Ireland.
Wed, 2 Jul 2014 12:55 EDT
Hi sir/madam,... I'm asking for medical scholarship in Ireland universities,please let me know and help me to make it happen. Contacts: Email;
levina emilian
Sun, 22 Jun 2014 06:41 EDT
my name is Levina emilian 20 years old from Tanzania,am looking for a sponsor for paying for me school fees,for studying bachelor of business administration .thanks
salimu k ally
Wed, 18 Jun 2014 15:31 EDT
My name is SALIMU K ALLY I'm 23 years old,I'm Tanzanian. I have diploma for secondary Education but I have desire to continue to study,my family haven't a money to pay for it so If will be possible please help me I wait your support(aids). My phone;0766005783 Electron Mail;
mohammed mdeli
Fri, 13 Jun 2014 13:55 EDT
sponsorship in undergraduate studies
i am a student at mount meru uniersity selected for degree of education in economics and not able to meet the payments since i am orphan who lost all parents, before i was sponsored by my uncle but now he has overloaded with a lot of responsibility so i need your help in going on with higher education..thanks
kimera jimmy
Mon, 9 Jun 2014 08:45 EDT
Requesting for clinical medicine sponsorships
Am kimera jimmy ugandan by nationality. am holding acertificate in nursing.
Am 21yrs, humbly submiting my humble request to you asking for asponsorship to do clinical medicine from uganda, am from apoor family in which my mummy cannot fund me anymore, myhumble request is that am asking for your favour to persue a diploma in clinical medicine, please help me and God bless you.
Am on,+256778688442. thank you very much.

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