Relief as TAWA acquires new major garage  

TANZANIA: THE management of the Tanzania Wildlife Management Authority (TAWA) has expressed satisfaction over the quality of construction of a garage for repairing its vehicles and machineries.

The garage has been built within the premises of the TAWA Central Zone office in Manyoni district.

The facility is the largest among all other garages that the authority has constructed.

The TAWA Conservation Commissioner, Mr Mabula Nyanda, stated this over the weekend when visited to the offices.

The purpose of the visit was to examine the conservation and initiatives by the TAWA to promote tourism in the district.

“After visiting and seeing the garage, I’m confident that it will be of great assistance to us because it is well-built with huge investment in equipment that will be used,” he said.

However, Commissioner Mabula explained the rationale behind building a sizable garage in the area, pointing out that Manyoni’s location in the centre of the nation makes it a better position for maintaining and repairing motor vehicles for the authority countrywide, not just the Central Zone.

Additionally, he instructed the Zone’s managerial staff to ensure there is a robust garage management system, which includes dispatching specialists to handle the equipment.

Similarly, Commissioner Mabula also the opportunity to remind all soldiers and officers of TAWA to review the authority’s 2026 strategic plan so that they can do their job effectively.

According to him, the three primary objectives of TAWA’s strategic plan are to guarantee the safety of the resources entrusted to its management, the provision of service and satisfaction with the quality of that service to all institutional clients, including investors, and the efficient and productive operation of TAWA.

The commissioner emphasized that these goals cannot be achieved without living up to the institution’s values, which are integrity, working in cooperation, working creatively, and working with effort and knowledge.

“Achieving these objectives would require upholding the institution’s core values, which include honesty, collaboration, creativity, diligence, and expertise,” he noted.

Representing the Regional Conservation Commissioner, Assistant Commissioner for the Protection of Wildlife Resources, Hadija Malongo, expressed gratitude to the government for enabling the construction of the garage, whose completion will lower maintenance expenses for automobiles.

According to her, the construction of the garage has cost over 217m/-.

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