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Friday, September 23, 2011
President Dr Jakaya Kikwete rings The NASDAQ Stock Market Closing Bell
President Dr Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete rings the NASDAQ Stock Market Closing Bell at NASDAQ MarketSite at 4 Times Square, New York, Wednesday September 21, 2011
President Dr Jakaya Mrisho kikwete with NASDAQ's Vice Chairman David Wicks (right) and at the MarketSite at New York 4 Times Square
President Dr Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete speaks during the ceremony
President Dr Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete with First Ladies, Health Ministers and Global Health Leaders cheer after the bell zanzibar
President Dr Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete with First Ladies, Health Minister for Tanzania Mainland Dr Hadji Mponda and his Zanzibar coounterpart, Mr Juma Duni Haji (third and second right respectively), Ambassador Amina Ali, AU Permanent representativ to the UN (left) and Roll Back Malaria Goodwill Anbassador Yvonne Chakachaka pose after the bell.
President Dr Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete during a roundtable discussion on Women's Health and Diplomacy at the NASDAQ headquarters after the bell ringing ceremony
Madam Thobeka Stacie Zume, the First Lady of South Africa, makes her contribution at the roundtable
Dr Ida Betty Odinga, wife of Kenya's Prime Minister, addresses the roundtable
Yvonne Chaka Chaka, Princess of Africa Foundation founder, renowned singer and Roll Back Malaria Goodwill Ambassador speaks during roundtable. Right is the First Lady of Sierra Leone Madam Sia Nyama Koroma.
President Dr Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete makes his remarks during the roundtable discussions
The Roundtable in progress
President Dr Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete shakes hands with Dr Samia Al-Amoudi, Sheikh Mohamed Hussein Al-Amoudi, CEO and Founder of the Centre of Excellence in Breast Cancer in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
The Tanzanian technical team at the Roundtable
Zanzibar and Tanzania Mainland Ministers for Health Mr Juma Duni Haji (right) and Dr Hadji Mponda, excvhange pleasantries with Yvonne Chaka Chaka, Princess of Africa Foundation founder, renowned singer and Roll Back Malaria Goodwill Ambassador.
African Union's Permanent Representative to the UN Ambassador Amina Ali at the roundtable
President Kikwete greets Mr Andrew Whitman, Varian company's Vice President, before holding talks
President Dr Jakaya Kikwete in talks with Mr Andrew Whitman, Varian's Vice President, who has expressed keen interest to working with Tanzania in health matters
The Chief Medical Officer, Dr Deo Mutasiwa, greets Mr Andrew Whitman, after the meeting with President Kikwete. Others from left are Zanzibar Minister for Health Hon. Juma Duni Haji and Tanzania Mainland Minister for Health and Social Welfare Dr Hadji Mponda. Right is Ambassador Tatu Nuru, Personal Assistant to the President (Diplomatic Affairs)