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ursu posted living in moshi on the Tanzania forum on July 17, 2014:
hello, i have a questions, I lived in Moshi as volunteer the last 9month, now I would like to go back to work there.Is there anyone who can tell me the the best way ot try to find work, in whatever sector, or to whom I could send my CV to live in Moshi? or somenone knows one who Needs somebone? asanate sana!
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calito90 replied to the thread New to TZ on the Tanzania forum:
PriyaScotland initially posted:
Hi, please advise me. I work in community development and hope to move to TZ. I'd like to find somewhere with a good expat community where I can find voluntary work and teach yoga. Any thoughts? Thanks
calito90 replied on July 14, 2014 with:
Am living in tanzania in moshi,i can try to help you
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elliebest57 replied to the thread Moving to Tanzania on the Tanzania forum:
georginawalters0 initially posted:
I am planning a career move to Tanzania within the next few months (Dar es Salaam). Can anyone give any information / advice about being an expatriate in Tanzania? Also, I'm panicking as I've got so much to sort out before making the move - can anyone recommend a company which provides international corporate car insurance? Any and all advice / information would be greatly appreciated.
elliebest57 replied most recently with:
Hi Georgina, The advice I would give is as follows: DO IT! :) Tanzania is a beautiful and enriching place to live. I'm happy to give you answers to any queries you have regarding expat life and/or adjusting to Tanzania. Maybe you could private message me with questions... As for the international corporate car insurance...that's an easy one - I have used Clements Worldwide (based in US) for 2 years now - flexible currency options, borderless coverage, full protection of fleet - perfect for an organisation. Hope this helps - feel free to message.
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georginawalters0 posted Moving to Tanzania on the Tanzania forum:
I am planning a career move to Tanzania within the next few months (Dar es Salaam). Can anyone give any information / advice about being an expatriate in Tanzania? Also, I'm panicking as I've got so much to sort out before making the move - can anyone recommend a company which provides international corporate car insurance? Any and all advice / information would be greatly appreciated.
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kayydj posted Need an extra roommate on the Tanzania forum:
Hi guys, Moving to Dar es Salaam from May to August with a fellow colleague. We potentially have a three bedroom apartment, and are looking for a third person to rent with us. Both of us are graduate students, internshing, easy going and easy to live with. House is in Masaski. Email me at kailee.jordan@mail.utoronto.ca if you are interested. We are also still open to looking for other housing options so if anyone knows of apartments to rent in Dar (mikocheni, masaki, upanga area) let us know ! Cheers all
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kshawley posted U.S. Grad student needs Housing Mwanza on the Tanzania forum:
Hello! I am U.S. citizen studying at the university of Amsterdam and am headed to Mwanza this week. Unfortunately I have not been able to find affordable housing options. Do any of you know of an inexpensive place to live? Or would it be possible to rent a room in a house? I would be more than happy to answer questions more indepth via e-mail: kshawley@gmail.com Thanks you in advance for your time, I really appreciate it! Sincerely, Signe
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kindwords80 posted Need information about Tanzania on the Tanzania forum:
Hi, i am from Pakistan . IT TECHNICIAN( Laptops , Desktop, Networking and sales) with 5 years working experience in Malaysia. Soon i will be in Tanzania. Really looking for some good friends , and really need information about living and jobs there. Any kind of help will be highly appreciated. Thanks 00923353251293 kindwords80@gmail.com
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moinazmeri replied to the thread Working and living in Arusha on the Tanzania forum:
shaunzim45 initially posted:
I have been offered two jobs in Arusha. I have a wife and a three year old son. What would be a good package to negotiate. And how much are things like good schooling and medical aid?
moinazmeri replied most recently with:
Hi All My Name is Moin and I am from India. i got a job offer from a company in Arusha with a monthly Salary of USD 850 pm with Accomodation. But I have to arrive there with tourist Visa, then they will apply for my Work Permit Visa. How is the work culture there. How to Manage daily fooding. How linient are the Laws there. How are Indians treated there. How is the weather there. How much money should I carry with me. Should i accept the offer. Email- moin.azmeri@gmail.com
zimbolad replied most recently with:
Hi Am assuming you're another Zimbabwean - we have just moved to Arusha from Dar. Schools - would say either ISM Arusha campus (http://www.ismoshi.org/admissions/fees/) or Braeburn (http://www.arusha.braeburn.com/) are the schools of choice. Medical aid - look into an international policy with BUPA/Aetna/Cigna/similar - local medical is not great and best is to head straight to Nairobi. cheers Sean.
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