• PLANT MUTATION

    Agricultural Transformation by Improving Crop Production through Plant Breeding

  • FOOD IRRADITION

    A Nuclear Technology that will Support Agriculture and Industrialization Process in the Country

  • RADIATION CONTROL

    We Protect People and Natural Environmental Resources form Potential Adverse Effects of Ionizing Radiation

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06-11 NOVEMBER, 2017:

REGIONAL TRAINING COURSE ON METHOD VALIDATION, QUALITY ASSURANCE AND QUALITY CONTROL IN ALPHA-PARTICLE AND GAMMA-RAY SPECTROMETRY, ARUSHA

 
 

 

A group photo of 34 participants from 27 African Countries participated in the IAEA Regional Training Course on method validation, quality assurance and quality control in alpha-particle and gamma-ray spectrometry held in Arusha from 6 - 11 Novermber 2017

  Deputy Permenent Secretary for Ministry of Education, Science and Technology Prof. James Mdoe officiate the opening of the Regional Training Course

 

The main purpose of the training course is to get an overview of the requirements of ISO/IEC 17025 and advanced theoretical and hands on training on method validation, uncertainty estimation, measurement traceability, quality assurance and quality control (QA/QC) in alpha-particle and gamma-ray spectrometry. Read more >>

 

1 - 8 AUGUST 2017: NANE NANE EXHIBITION IN ARUSHA

 

 

 

TAEC participated on "Nane Nane" exhibition that was held in nane nane grounds in Arusha from 1 to 13 August 2017. In this Event, TAEC managed to educate public about radiation safety and security, promotion of nuclear science and technology and importance ans uses of nuclear technology in various sector such as, agriculture, livestock, industry, mining constration and health.

 

19 - 30 JUNE 2017:

PHASE 1 OF THE INSTALLATION OF LABOLATORY EQUIPMENTS; THE EU PROJECT TO SUPPORT REGULATORY AUTHORITY

 

  The Tanzania Atomic Energy Commission has commenced implementing the European Union Project that is supporting  the regulatory authority  to improve the nuclear and radiation safety including occupational health and environmental aspects related to uranium mining activities. The Government of Tanzania  signed a Financial Agreement to Implement the project the through infrastructure improvement, licensing and regulatory oversight activities and training of staff. The project will support the long-term objective of the Government, which is ensuring public health and environmental safety by well-regulated management and operation of uranium mining and milling in Tanzania.  The  project will improve the capabilities of Tanzania to independently regulate the uranium mining industry, by transfer of know-how and best EU practices. The  project will enhancing the legal and regulatory framework related to uranium mining and milling activities and associated transport.
     
     
     
     

 

 

 

 

 

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