High Commission of Canada In Tanzania established diplomatic relations with Tanzania in 1961 following the latter’s independence. In Tanzania, Canada maintains an embassy in Dar es Salaam, which is concurrently accredited to Zambia, Comoros and Seychelles. In Canada, Tanzania maintains a High Commission in Ottawa. Canada and Tanzania have shared interests in international fora such as the United Nations and the Commonwealth on important issues such as gender equality, combatting climate change, sustainable development, refugees and regional peace and security. Canada values the role Tanzania plays in regional security, notably its participation in the UN stabilization mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo (MONUSCO) and in the Central African Republic (MINUSCA). Since the 1960s, Canada has supported training for Tanzania’s armed forces. In 2014, Canada contributed $1.3 million to build the new Tanzanian Peacekeeping Training Center in Dar es Salaam. Canada also provided support to Tanzania through the Cutlass Express training exercises by the Royal Canadian Navy and the Canadian Coast Guard in 2018 and 2019.
NEW VACANCY AT HIGH COMMISSION OF CANADA IN TANZANIA, JULY 2022
The embassy is seeking eligible and qualified applicants to fill in a new vacant position. Read full details from the PDF Document attached here below: