The Tanzania Tobacco Board (TTB) is a tobacco control body established under the tobacco industry law no. 24 of 2001 (as amended by the Crops (Amendment) Act No. 20 of 2009). Providing timely and quality services to farmers and tobacco traders in terms of registration, professional advice and facilitating the contribution of the private sector in the tobacco sector for better and sustainable growth for the benefit of the sector and the country. The history of the Tobacco Board goes back to the 1960s when the Government established the Tanganyika Tobacco Board. In 1970 the Government of the United Republic of Tanzania established the Tanzania Tobacco Authority (TAT). TAT was changed in 1984 to the Tanzania Tobacco Processing and Marketing Board. In 1993 the Tanzania Tobacco Processing and Marketing Board was reformed into the Tanzania Tobacco Board (TTB) following the privatization of the tobacco industry which culminated in 1997 when the activities of the Tobacco Board were funded by the Government. The current board is the result of the Tobacco Industry Law No. 24 of 2001, and its amendment in 2009.
NEW TRANSFER VACANCIES AT TANZANIA TOBACCO BOARD (TTB), MARCH 2023
The board is inviting applications from qualified and competent individuals to fill new transfer vacancies. READ FULL DETAILS THROUGH THE PDF DOCUMENT BELOW:
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