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.
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.
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.
Meetings in 2013/2014
Delegates served in 2013/2014
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
Upcoming events at AICC & JNICC
We bring the World to Tanzania
It is finally coming out together, with the long awaited third biennial assembly of the African Grantmakers Network (AGN) – taking place in Arusha, Tanzania from 1st to 3rd July 2015. The Assembly will be co-hosted by the Foundation for Civil Society (FCS) and the African Women’s Development Fund (AWDF).
The assembly will bring together leaders in philanthropy to discuss actions that will contribute to and sustain the growth of African economies through philanthropy development.
Themed “Philanthropy in Africa 2015 – People, Policy and Practice” the action oriented sessions will include conversations on unused tax reserves, the impact of governance on philanthropy, and will seek to unearth good practice through knowledge building, research, experience sharing and skills building in each of these critical areas. The program will foreground contributions to philanthropy in Africa by critical constituencies such as women, youth and other marginalised groups. This exciting action focused program will bring together thought leaders, practitioners, academics, the media and other key actors to the table in Arusha.
Among prominent speakers in the program include: Graca Machel, (the former First Lady of the Republic of South Africa and founder of the Graca Machel Trust); the famous Yvonne Chaka Chaka (Princess of Africa Foundation); Bisi Adeleye-Fayemi (Co-Founder, African Women’s Development Fund); HRH Sylvia Nagginda, the Nnabagereka (Queen) of Buganda Kingdom, Uganda; Leymah Gbowee (Nobel Laureate, 2011, Leymah Gbowee Foundation) – among others.
The Guest of Honour will be H.E Ambassador Gertude Mongella, who previously served as President of the Pan – African Parliament, as well as the former UN Under-Secretary and Special Envoy to the Secretary General of the United Nations on Women’s Issues and Development.
This year’s conference will feature several local and international outstanding speakers and experts in the fields of internal auditing, governance, risk management and business. This premier event brings together Internal Auditors, External Auditors, Risk Management Professionals, Members of Audit Committees, Parliamentary Committees, Accountants and other Finance Professionals to learn new developments and emerging issues in the profession, get global perspectives, share knowledge and expand network.
IIA Tanzania is a member of the Institute of Internal Auditors Inc. which is the internal audit profession’s global voice, chief advocate, recognized authority, acknowledged leader and principal educator on governance, risk, and internal controls since 1941.
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