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Cablegate: Codel Payne - Tanzania Visit (November 13-15)

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FM AMEMBASSY DAR ES SALAAM
TO SECSTATE WASHDC PRIORITY 9025

UNCLAS DAR ES SALAAM 000780

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DEPT RM/F/DFS/FO/AA/CAA; AF/E FOR JTREADWELL; H FOR LYNNEA SHANE

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TAGS: OREP AFIN TZ
SUBJECT: CODEL PAYNE - TANZANIA VISIT (NOVEMBER 13-15)

1. (SBU) HOTEL ACCOMODATIONS: Hotel reservations have been made for
Rep. Payne, Theodros Dagne and Noelle Lusane at the Kempinski
Kilimanjaro Hotel. The daily rate is USD 180, within USG per diem
and inclusive of tax, service and breakfast. The contact details
for the hotel are as follows: Kivukoni Street, P.O. Box 9574, Dar es
Salaam, Tanzania; Tel. + 255 22 2131111; Fax + 255 22 2138831.

2. (SBU) OFFICIAL IN-COUNTRY SCHEDULE:

November 13, 2009

1840: Arrival at JNIA on KENYA AIRWAYS KQ 484
AMB, DCM, Control Officer welcome at VIP lounge.
Expediter processes passports.

2000: Dinner at Oriental Restaurant, Kempinski Hotel
AMB, DCM and Control Officer provide briefing.
Expeditor will check-in, take luggage to rooms.


November 14, 2009

0915-1015 Breakfast Health Briefing at Kempinski
DCM (?), Control Officer, CDC, USAID, PEPFAR, MCC

1130-1230: Visit to USG-funded Police HIV Testing Center
PEPFAR, Control Officer, Public Affairs

1230-1330: Lunch at Kempinski Palm Buffet
Control Officer

1400 - 1700: Meetings with GOT Officials
AMB, DCM, Control Officer, Protocol Officer

1720: Depart for Mo Ibrahim Reception
Mlimani City Conference Center

1800 - 2130: Mo Ibrahim Reception
DCM, Control Officer

2200-2230: Marine Ball
Kempinski Hotel
Greet AMB at his table.


November 15, 2009

1000-1200: Discussion with Civil Society Leaders
Kempinski Lobby Lounge
Control Officer, Public Affairs

12-1300: Check-out; Lunch at Kempinski poolside caf
Control Officer

1315: Departure for Mo Ibrahim Discussion Forum
Mlimani City Conference Center
DCM, Control Officer

1400-1715: Mo Ibrahim Discussion Forum

1715: Depart for JNIA airport VIP lounge
AMB, DCM, Control Officer to see off.

1940: Depart on KQ6718 to JKIA.

3. (SBU) ESTIMATED COSTS:

CODEL PAYNE EXPENDITURES FOR VISIT TO DAR ES SALAAM, NOV 13-15, 2009
(00X0488.1-2089-010035, SUB-OBJECTS 2166/2167/2168)

PER DIEM (2167) DOLS 1,938
--PAYNE, REP DONALD DOLS 646
--DAGNE, THEODROS DOLS 646
--LUSANE, NOELLE DOLS 646

LODGING (2167) DOLS 1080
--PAYNE, REP DONALD DOLS 360
--DAGNE, THEODROS DOLS 360
--LUSANE, NOELLE DOLS 360

TRANSPORTATION (2166) DOLS 3250
--NOV 12 (4 DRIVERS AT USD 250) DOLS 1000
--NOV 13 (3 DRIVERS AT USD 250) DOLS 750
--NOV 14 (5 DRIVERS AT USD 250) DOLS 1250

OTHER EXPENSES (2168) DOLS 415
--EXPEDITER OVERTIME DOLS 250
--PROTOCOL OFFICER OVERTIME DOLS 45
--PRESS OFFICER OVERTIME DOLS 120
--REFRESHMENTS FOR CIVIL SOCIETY PANELISTS DOLS 60
4. (SBU) POINT OF CONTACT: Control Officer is Econoff Emily Shaffer,
reachable at +255-(0)786400234 or +255-(0)22-266-8001 X4521 or at
shafferec@state.gov.


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