Wednesday, February 20, 2013


 Despite my country is not ready to be lead by a women but i think we should give a try to this two solid women that i believe they can lead the nation very well.

H.E Mwanaidi Sinare Maajar.

Mrs. Mwanaidi Sinare Maajar is Ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary of the United Republic of Tanzania to the United States of America.

Prior to Mrs. Maajar’s appointment to her current position she was High Commissioner of the United Republic of Tanzania to the United Kingdon from April 2006 to July 2010.
Leading up to her appointment as High Commissioner in June 2006, Mrs. Maajar was a partner at Rex Attorneys , a leading law firm in Tanzania established in early 2006 following the merger of MRN&M Advocates ( Maajar, Rwechungura, Nguluma and Makani) and Epitome Advocates, another leading law firm in Tanzania.

She was a founding partner of MRN&M and the lead partner of its mining, natural resources and corporate law portfolio. She also practiced as an advocate of the high court of Tanzania specializing in corporate and mining law litigation. Prior to setting up her legal practice in 1991, she worked as senior legal advisor with the Central Bank of Tanzania and subsequently as Business Manager with Coopers & Lybrand, the predecessor firm of PricewaterhouseCoopers in Tanzania.

Mrs. Maajar was a member of the board of several public enterprises, government entities and private companies. She was also an active member of the Tanzania Women Lawyers Association (TAWLA), an NGO formed to harness the efforts of women lawyers to help women and children to access justice and to advocate for women rights. She was TAWLA’s chairperson between 2001 and 2003.
She was born and raised in Moshi, Tanzania and she is a holder of LLM and LLB degrees from the University of Dar-es-salaam and a member of the Tanzania bar.


Master of Laws (LLM) - University of Dar es Salaam – 1982.
Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) (Hons) - University of Dar es Salaam – 1977.
Short professional courses in Italy, Tanzania and USA.


  • English         -     Excellent
  • Kiswahili     -     Excellent
  • French        -    Reasonable

Other Memberships:

  • Past Chairperson, Tanzania Women Lawyers Association for three years (2001-2003).
  • Member of the Board of Muslim Development Fund (MDF).
  • Member of the University Council, Morogoro Muslim University, which is owned by MDF.
  • Member of the Board of Women and Development Company Limited (WAMA).
  • Member, Ministerial Advisory Board.
  • Past Chairperson of the Social Action Trust Fund (SATF).
  • Member of the Board of African Banking Corporation.
  • Member of the Board of DAWASA.
She was also recently elected as the new chairman of the Diplomacy University.

Asha Rose Migiro 

 Asha-Rose Mtengeti Migiro (born July 9, 1956 in Songea, Ruvuma Region, Tanzania) is a Tanzanian lawyer and politician. She was appointed as the Special Envoy for HIV/AIDS in Africa of the United Nations Secretary-General on 13 July 2012. Previously, she was the Deputy Secretary-General of the United NationsShe was formally appointed and assumed office on February 1 She completed her appointment as DSG at the UN in June 2012. She is married to Cleophas Migiro, and the couple has two daughters.She is the third Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations.

Migiro commenced her education at Mnazi Mmoja Primary School in 1963. She later moved on to Korogwe Primary School, Weruweru Secondary School, and, finally, Korogwe Secondary School, where she graduated high school in 1975.
She obtained her LL.B and LL.M from the University of Dar es Salaam and her Ph.D. in 1992 from the University of Konstanz in Germany. Before entering politics, she was a senior lecturer at the Faculty of Law at the University of Dar es Salaam (UDSM). She headed the Department of Constitution and Administrative Law from 1992 to 1994 and the Department of Civil and Criminal Law from 1994 to 1997.

 As Foreign Minister, Ms. Migiro spearheaded Tanzania’s engagement in the pursuit of peace, security and development in the Great Lakes region.  She served as Chair of the Council of Ministers’ meetings of the International Conference of the Great Lakes Region, a process that culminated into a Pact on Security, Stability and Development in the Great Lakes Region.


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