NABA members are invited to a breakfast meeting with Dr. Aggrey K Mlimuka, Executive Director, Suzanne Ndomba-Doran, Legal Services Manager from the Association of Tanzania Employers (ATE) and Dr.Chris Suckling, Senior Analyst, IHS Country Risk. The meeting with address the current political and business environment in Tanzania, on Tuesday 29th of August from 08:15-09:30 at NHO (Middelthunsgate 27). Opening remarks will be made by Ambassador to the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Tanzania Ms. Hanne-Marie Kaarstad.
|08.00 – 08.15||Breakfast and coffee/tea|
|08.15 – 08:20||Welcome remarks||Ms. Daniella Woldemichael, Deputy Director NABA|
|08.20 – 08:35||Political & Economic Outlook||Ambassador Hanne-Marie, the Royal Norwegian Embassy of Tanzania
|08.35 – 09.00||Doing Business in Tanzania||Dr. Aggrey K Mlimuka, Executive Director & Ms. Suzanne Ndomba-Doran, Legal Services Manager from rom the Association of Tanzania Employers (ATE)
|09.00 – 09.15||Tanzania Risk Analysis||Dr. Chris Suckling, Senior Analyst, IHS Markit|
|09.15 – 09.30||Questions and answers moderated by Mr. Eivind Fjeldstad, Managing Director NABA|
Dr Aggrey K. Mlimuka has worked as a National Project Coordinator, ILO/ Strengthening Labour Relations in East Africa (SLAREA) in Tanzania from April 2001 to Dec. 2005. In January 2006 he joined the Association of Tanzania Employers (ATE) as Executive Director. He is an Advocate of the High Court of Tanzania since Dec. 1989 and a Senior Lecturer in Law, at the University of Dar es Salaam (on leave of absence). Dr.Mlimuka is a Chairman of Teofilo Kisanji University (TEKU) Council and sits in the Board of Governors of Archbishop Mihayo University College of Tabora (AMUCTA) which is a constituent college of St. Augustine University. Dr.Mlimuka was recently elected into the Board of Jobs for Africa Foundation to represent Business Africa. He served as Second Vice President of Business Africa from 2010 to 2012 and later First Vice President from 2012 to 2014.
Ms.Suzanne Ndomba-Doran is an advocate with 12 years’ experience of legal practice with proven track record in prosecuting criminal, civil, and appeal cases in the Court of Appeal of Tanzania, High Court, and Subordinate Courts: representation on labour and employment matters at the High Court (Labour Division), Labour office and at the Commission for Mediation and Arbitration. She has worked with the Attorney General of Tanzania as a State Attorney to Senior position prosecuting criminal cases and economic crimes cases in Northern Tanzania. Currently she is leading the legal unit with the Association of Tanzania Employers’ advising employers in employment and labour related matters and also representing employers in tripartite meeting(Government, Trade Union and Employers’) in all matters affecting employment and business in Tanzania.
Chris Suckling is a member of the Africa Country Risk team and focuses on mining sector developments in the Mano River Union region, public infrastructure initiatives in Kenya and Senegal, as well as terrorism and civil war risks in South Sudan, Mali, and the wider Sahel region. Leveraging more than six years' experience in the geographical information sciences, Chris also works jointly with Country Risk's Indicator and Analytics team to develop geospatial tools for Open Source (OSINT) inputs and to model political and violent risks affecting commercial assets and supply chains throughout Africa. Chris's previous academic research evaluated the application of geospatial intelligence (GEOINT) and human terrain analysis by Western militaries. Additionally, his doctorate examined the social regulation of illicit economic activity in Sierra Leone, which utilised a combination of local source management, network analysis, ethnographic, and statistical techniques during a year-long field research project. Chris obtained a BA in Geography (First Class), MSc by Research in Human Geography (Distinction), and PhD from the London School of Economics.
Ambassador Hanne-Marie Kaarstad has been serving the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Tanzania since 20.08.2015.