Two years of Tanzanian first female President | A historic milestone marked by both challenges and successes

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Two years of Tanzanian first female President | A historic milestone marked by both challenges and successes

First Female President, Tanzanian, Success


On March 19, Tanzanian President Samia Saluhu Hassan Malik completes her first two years as the country's leader, a historic milestone marked by both challenges and successes.

Sworn in as the country's first female head of state following the sudden death of former President John Magofuli on 17 March 2021 from a heart attack, President Hassan has been at the forefront of leading the East African country through a period of significant change.

As Hassan, who is constitutionally serving the remainder of Magofuli's second five-year term until October 2025, marks his second year in office, his experience as Tanzania's leader, and the achievements he has made during his tenure It is important to look closely at the successes achieved. 

After taking office in 2021, Hassan began his presidency by reversing some of the most controversial policies of his late predecessor and fellow Chama Cha Mapanduzi party member, Magufuli, who was dubbed "The Bulldozer". He announced a national strategy called "4Rs", which stands for "Reconciliation, Resilience, Reform and Nation Reconstruction".

For example, under the 4Rs strategy, the 62-year-old leader lifted the ban on pregnant girls and teenage mothers going to school. In addition, he lifted the former president's ban on four opposition newspapers and introduced a COVID-19 vaccination campaign that Magofuli had rejected.

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