Founded informally in June 2002, the group was initially created to enable and facilitate communication amongst Tanzanians and Associates living, working and studying in Edinburgh and surroundings, in Scotland.
Our constitution was formally adopted on 18/12/2007. TzECA was formally launched on 05/12/2008 by H.E. Mwanaidi Sinare Maajar, High Commissioner of the United Republic of Tanzania accredited to the Court of St. James, United Kingdom and (Non-
TzECA online communication platform has been instrumental in enabling online subscribed members to get more organized in terms of sharing information and overall communication between and amongst members and fellow Tanzanians back home -
It is worth noting that the visit to the Scottish Parliament, in Edinburgh -
delegation of Women MPs from the Parliament of the United Republic of Tanzania on an invitation by their hosts The Scottish Parliament, motivated and highlighted the importance of having a community based association in an organized manner.
With online subscribed membership of about 140+, the community has grown and transformed, making it necessary for an efficient, streamlined, structured, focused and progressive new committee to manage change and its challenges as they are tasked with taking the community interests forward.
The association’s mission is to become The Centre for Excellence as a community-
TzECA has strong ties and cross-
to a number of Parliamentarians from the Parliament of the United Republic of Tanzania in Dodoma.
We will continue creating a platform that will facilitate flow of information and sharing for mutual benefit.