The mission of the US Embassy in Tanzania is to assist Tanzanians in building and sustaining a healthier, more prosperous, and more secure nation through accountable, democratic governance that effectively responds to the needs of its citizens and mitigates threats to the security of Tanzania, its neighbours, and the international community. Specifically, the mission collaborates with Tanzanians to combat HIV/AIDS and malaria, enhance infrastructure, expand access to education, and advance economic growth.
These objectives are achieved through a partnership between the governments of the United States and Tanzania. The New Embassy Compound, which houses the American diplomatic community in Tanzania, was inaugurated on March 4, 2003, with a memorable ceremony attended by approximately 700 embassy personnel, friends, Government of Tanzania officials, members of the diplomatic corps, private industry representatives, and family members.
The New Embassy Compound in Dar es Salaam was the third new American Embassy facility to open in the East African Community; the first two were in Kampala in April 2001 and Nairobi in March 2003, respectively. Msasani Village, along Old Bagamoyo Road in Kinondoni, was primarily influenced by the Tanzanian government.
June 2023: NEW VACANCY AT THE U.S. EMBASSY IN TANZANIA
The Embassy seeks to fill a vacant position with qualified and eligible candidates. READ FULL DETAILS THROUGH THE PDF DOCUMENT BELOW: