Iringa Boma Museum Museum officials got the opportunity today to participate in Washa Capacity Building on teaching methods under Dr. Kasumba for a program to visit various schools. Get ready because the museum has provided you with an adequate education for you.
Regional Museum – Iringa Boma has launched a new exhibition of exciting Indigenous Stories aimed at preserving and inheriting the stories and stories that are at risk of extinction in today’s society.
The exhibition was launched by the Iringa Regional Commissioner Hon. Queen Cuthbert Sendiga as well as being attended by various District official, Municipal officials, Traditional Elders and other guests.
This week the Regional Museum – Iringa Boma was fortunate to receive a visit from the family of the IMF Representative in Tanzania. They set aside time to come and see for themselves the existing Iringa Boma Regional Museum. Thank you very much Mr. Jens Reinke for visiting us and welcome back to promote our tourism.
Iringa Boma Regional Museum has had the opportunity to participate in the preparation of the German Broadcasting Corporation’s article on the history of colonial history in Tanzania, by highlighting how the people remember it and the efforts of institutions, especially museums, to preserve that history.
On the right is Jochen Rack from the German Broadcasting Corporation (Bavaria Broadcast Corporation).
On 5 December, our new exhibition “Human Evolution” was finally opened by the Iringa Regional Commissioner. The Director of the National Museum of Tanzania and the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Iringa also attended. The opening ceremony was followed by traditional dances, a live band, and a DJ until 10.30 in the evening.