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Chinese Ambassador to Tanzania WANG Ke Delievers a Speech on National Development and Public Service
2019/02/28

On February 26, 2019, H. E. WANG Ke, Ambassador of China to Tanzania delivered a speech titled "National Development and the Building of a Strong Public Servant Force: The Experience of China" at Tanzania Public Service College (TPSC). Hon. Capt George Mkuchika, Minister of State in the President's Office - Public Service Management and Good Governance, Hon. Dr. Lauren Ndumbaro, Permanent Secretary in the President's Office - Public Service Management and Good Governance, Hon. Dr. Henry Mambo, Principal and Chief Executive Officer of TPSF, Mr. DAI Xu, Counsellor of the Chinese Embassy as well as nearly 100 teachers and students of TPSC attended the event.

Ambassador WANG Ke introduced to the audience the major achievements of China's reform and opening-up over the past 40 years, and pointed out that the key to China's success lies in 4 Ps, namely Party(the leadership of the Communist Party of China), People(the people-oriented approach), Path(the path of socialism with Chinese characteristics), and Plan(advance planning and vigorous implementation). She also introduced China's practice and experience on the selection, promotion, training, as well as norms and disciplines of the public servant.

Ambassador WANG Ke said that China and Tanzania enjoy good foundation and broad space in the exchange of experience in governance and cooperation in education and training for a long period, China is willing to collaborate with Tanzania to actively implement the outcomes of the FOCAC Beijing Summit, especially the Capacity-building Initiative. The Chinese Embassy in Tanzania will continue to facilitate the Tanzanian public servants to study in China, and help establish working relations between public servant training institutions in China and Tanzania, for enhancing mutual understanding and learning.

In his speech on behalf of the Tanzanian side, Hon. Capt. George Mkuchika spoke highly of the great achievements of China's reform and opening-up, and appreciated the principles of sincerity, practical results, affinity and good faith that China adheres to. He believed that the "Eight Major Initiatives" proposed by President Xi Jinping at the FOCAC Beijing Summit will serve as an engine of change for deepening Africa-China cooperation and promoting Africa's development. He stressed that Tanzania is willing to learn from China's good experience in the management and capacity-building of public servants, and strive to build a public servant force with high quality.

Ambassador WANG also answer the questions raised by the the audience after her speech, which related to the way to improve the quality of public servants and strengthen the social delivery. At the end of the event, the Chinese Ambassador donated 20 laptops on behalf of the Embassy to show its support for the valuable work of the TPSC.

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