The European Union (EU) provides some 55% of the world's development assistance. This is delivered in two ways: assistance provided on a bilateral basis by individual EU Member States and assistance funded through the European Commission, the executive arm of the EU.
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The European Union support to Tanzania focuses on three sectors which contribute to the achievement of the strategic objectives of the EU-Tanzanian relationship; and are coherent with both the Government national development strategies and the EU Agenda for Change: i) Good Governance and Development, ii) Energy and iii) Sustainable Agriculture.