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THE UEM COUNCIL MEETING OPENED OFFICIALLY

 The UEM executive council was opened on 16th at ELCT/NWD-Bukoba Hotel.. Read More...

FINALLY, THEY HAVE ARRIVED

The Members of the council of the United Evangelical Mission (UEM) have finally arrived in Bukoba today 15th September 2019. Read More...

 WHAT A SUCCESSFUL GENERAL ASSEMBLY?

As announced before, the NWD organized its general assembly from 2nd to 7th July at Rweikiza English Medium Primary School. The meeting was hosted by the Central Deanery and was successfully done from its genesis to the end. Read More....

EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH IN TANZANIA - NORTHWESTERN DIOCESE

UP-COMING DIOCESAN GENERAL ASSEMBLY

The ELCT/NWD has pleasure to announce its general assembly to be held at Rwehikiza English Medium Primary School from 2nd to 7th July, 2019. It is the top-most decision-making body in policy and visionary planning normally after every two years, chaired by the Diocesan Bishop. Read more....

 

 CANDIDATES NOMINATED TO BE VOTED FOR THE POSITION

OF THE ASSISTANT TO THE BISHOP

In pursuance of sub-rule 2.2 of rule 2.0 of the North Western Diocese constitution, (2008 version), the Diocese executive council which had its meeting on 31st May 2019, nominated three candidates to be voted for the position of the assistant to the Bishop and Dean of Bukoba. The general assembly has a responsibility to cast votes for the candidates and whoever will attain 2/3 of all casted votes will be declared the new Assistant to the Bishop, ........ Read More

 

 NWD STRATEGIC PLAN EVALUTION BEGINS

The team of four senior lecturers (four PhD holders) from Mzumbe University arrived on Sunday evening. On Monday 18th March, they met the diocesan top leadership for the inception. Read More...

THE EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH IN TANZANIA

NDOLAGE HOSPITAL

Ndolage Hospital is a voluntary non- profit making agency owner and run by the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tanzania, North Western Diocese (ELCT- NWD). It was started way back in 1928 by a German Missionary Doctor as a small unit and gradually grew up into what it is now with a capacity of 260 beds. In 1960, ELCT-NWD took full responsibility of the hospital in co-operation with missionary societies such as Church of Sweden Mission, Danish Mission Society, The Dan Church Aid, United Evangelical Mission in Germany and Bread for the World. Read More...

 CAPACITY BUILDING FOR STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT HAS BEEN ORGANIZED TO ELCT GENERAL SECRETARIES SUCCESSFULLY

 The ELCT has organized capacity building workshop to diocesan general secretaries since 3rd to 9th March 2019. Read More...

 

 THE DIOCESE MOURNS THE DEATH OF MR. MUJUNI BYABATO

At the end of month February 2019, the NWD lost its significant retired officer, Mr. Mujuni Byabato, who was the head of the planning and development department from... Read More.........

 

“OBUZALE KAGURU” WHICH MEANS PARTNERSHIP IS STRENGTHENED THROUGH PHYSICAL COMMUNICATION

That was uttered by the NED partnership officer Mr Twinomuka Aron when the diocese received a delegation from a well established Gottingen football team, which is based in Germany but having partnership relations with the NWD. Read More......

 

 NEW STAFF INSTALLED AT DIOCESAN KEY POSITIONS

The 5th of February was a joyous day in the NWD when two members of the head office staff were installed to take over the two key positions installing each of them at a time, bishop Keshomshahara emphasized love-centered ministry, which is the source of commitment. He urged all head office staff to be supportive of   Read More.........