Arusha International Conference Centre

Looking for a meeting venue? Welcome to the Arusha International Conference Centre. Located at the heart of Africa, midway between Cairo and Capetown, AICC is the perfect venue for your meeting. With abundant natural attractions around, you can combine business with leisure and get the best of both.

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Julius Nyerere International Convention Centre

The Julius Nyerere International Convention Centre, a branch of AICC, is a purpose-built Convention Centre in Dar-es-Salaam City, major gateway to Tanzania’s world renowned “Southern tourist circuit”, the “coastal tourist circuit” and Zanzibar. With sophisticated audio-video, communication and Information technology, we host conferences, meetings, trade-shows, exhibitions, corporate events, weddings, dinner functions, cocktail parties, banquets, fashion shows and the like.

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AICC Hospital

AICC runs a 32 bed modern hospital with computerized laboratory diagnostic equipment, which include among others, an ultra modern mobile X-ray machine, integrated dental chair, and ultra sound machine and physiotherapy clinic.

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AICC Estates

AICC has a total of 23,000 Square Metres of office space, which is available for rent to various international and local institutions and companies. Additionally, it has 654 housing units, making the Centre the biggest single landlord in Arusha. The houses are located in different parts of the Arusha City and are rented out to international community personnel working and living in Arusha, private companies, government institutions and other individuals.

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Upcoming events at AICC & JNICC

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On behalf of AICC, the city of Arusha and Tanzania in General, let me warmly welcome you to come and experience the uniqueness of our destination.

Elishilia D. Kaaya

Managing Director, AICC

Event Blog

A running report on events hosted at AICC & JNICC

Upcoming events at AICC in December 2016

This December 2016, AICC will host a number of meetings, trainings and workshops. You can view the entire list on our event calender; a few of the main events: The 34th TVA Annual Scientific Conference  (6-8 December) Second Civil Society Forum on the African Union’s Advisory Board on Corruption (AUABC) (7-9 December) 7th PSPTB Annual Professionals’ Conference (12-14...

The 8th LAPF Annual Stakeholders’ Conference

Minister of State in the President’s Office responsible for Regional Administration and Local Government, George Simbachawene Minister of State in the Prime Minister’s Office, Labour, Youth, Employment and Disabled, Jenister Mhagama in a group picture with other senior government officials during the 8th LAPF Annual Stakeholders’ Conference held at the Arusha International Conference Centre (AICC) FROM 10th – 11th March,...

SARPCCO Extra Ordinary Meeting

The Vice President of United Republic of Tanzania, Samia Suluhu Hassan addressing the SARPCCO Extra Ordinary Meeting held from 14th – 16th September, 2016 at the Arusha International Conference Centre (AICC).

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AICC New Apartments and Office to Rent

AICC offers a total of 5,000 square meters of office space for renting to local and international institutions and companies at a reasonable rate per square meter. The rate includes electricity, water, reliable security and cleaning of common areas For more information click the link below... read more


The Arusha International Conference Centre (AICC) was established under the Public Corporations Act No. 17 of 1969 by a Presidential Order through Government Notice Number 115, published on 25th August, 1978. The Centre is wholly owned by the Government of United Republic of Tanzania and operates under the purview of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation The AICC was established to manage and control the Headquarters’ complex of the defunct East African Community and all other premises and lands in Arusha which belonged to the defunct East African Community. It also owns Julius Nyerere International Convention Centre as per Arusha International Conference Centre (Establishment)(Amendment) Order of 2014,  dated 19th March, 2014; and provide facilities and services on the complex for purposes of conferences, meetings, seminars etc The Centre’s mission is to promote and provide quality business tourism services to national and international clientele for enhanced national social and economic development with the vision of being a model and enabler of business tourism. The Centre invites applications from suitably qualified Tanzanians to fill in the below mentioned vacant posts:-   DRIVER II (THREE POSTS) Answerable to Senior Driver Qualifications and Experience Holder of National Secondary School Examination Certificate plus class “C” Driving License with a clean record in a reputable institution including of not   causing an accident for at least the past three years. He/she must have attended and passed Advanced Drivers Course Grade II at the National Institute of Transport and    Driving Trade Test II from a recognised   Duties and Responsibilities To drive vehicles towards approved destinations and in accordance with                       traffic To... read more


Protocol and Public Relations Officer of the Arusha International Conference Centre (AICC), Rodney Thadeus (left) hands over a roller of barbed wire to the Headmaster of Kisimiri secondary School, Emmanuel Kisongo. AICC donated 50 rollers of barbed wire to support fencing of the school. The Arusha International Conference Centre (AICC) has donated 50 rollers of barbed wires to Kisimiri secondary school located in Arumeru district, Arusha region to support fencing of the school. Speaking yesterday after handing over the donation on behalf of the Centre, the  Mr. Rodney Thadeus, Protocol and Public Relations Officer of the Centre, said that the support aims at strengthening security of the school which is bordering the Arusha National Park on one side. “This school faces security challenges as it borders Arusha National Park and that is the reason for the decision by the AICC to donate barbed wires for the fence” he explained. He also said that, AICC believes that the donated fence will not only provide the school with security but also contain the students within the school compounds and hence force them to concentrate more in their studies and improve their performance. Speaking after receiving the donation, the Headmaster of the school, Mr. Emmanuel Kisongo thanked the AICC Management for taking quick action to support the school which is in dire need of having it fenced. “On behalf of school I would like to express our heartfelt appreciations for this support from the AICC. As you can see this school is very close to the national park and sometimes during the night some animals from park would walk around the school compound something which threatens security... read more