Who we are

Our mission

To unite all Tanzanians living in North Carolina and collaborate with all other ethnicity groups and share common interest. Solidarity at time of joy and at time of hardship. No single Tanzanian should be left behind according to his color, sex, tribe, religion or political differences.

our vision

The main objective of the community is to bring together our members and provide human services, such us: communication, share and maintain our traditional values in order to develop the spirit of self dependence, self reliance and success within our community

our goal

Our goal is to become one of the strongest Tanzanian community in America, in all aspects of life, such as; Communication, Culture, Education and Enterpreneurship.

Tanzanian Culture

A total of 128 languages are spoken in Tanzania, most of them from the Bantu family.[1] After independence, the government recognized that this represented a problem for national unity, and as a result introduced the Swahili language Read More

Tourism in Tanzania

Tanzania is the country which has many extraordinary tourist attractions. More than 25 per cent of Tanzania’s land area is covered with magnificent game reserves and national parks. There are 13 national parks, 29 game reserves Read More

American Culture

The culture of the United States is primarily a Western culture, but is also influenced by Native American, Asian, Polynesian, African, and Latin American cultures. American culture started its formation over 10,000 years ago with the Read More

North Carolina- Tar Heel State

North Carolina is composed of 100 counties.[7] Its capital is Raleigh, and its largest city is Charlotte. In the past five decades, North Carolina's economy has undergone a transition from heavy reliance upon tobacco and furniture Read More