Arusha International Conference Centre

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Arusha International Conference Centre
AICC Arusha.jpg
AddressEast African Community Boulevard
LocationArusha, Tanzania
Coordinates3°22′4″S 36°41′46″E / 3.36778°S 36.69611°E / -3.36778; 36.69611
OwnerTanzanian Government (100%)
OperatorMinistry of Foreign Affairs
Opened1977 (1977)
Former names
EAC Headquarters
Classroom-style seating
25-70[1]
Banquet/ballroom130-2,500
Theatre seating
160-1,350
Enclosed space
 • Total space5,420 square metres (58,300 sq ft)
Website
www.aicc.co.tz

The Arusha International Conference Centre (AICC) located in Arusha, is the leading conference venue in Tanzania. It is 100% owned by the Government of Tanzania; however, operating without receiving any subsidies.

It has a total of 10 meeting rooms which cater for conferences, workshops, seminars, and committee meetings, with a seating capacity of 10 to 1000 delegates. Most of these rooms are equipped with Simultaneous Interpretation Systems (SIS) which can handle up to 12 languages.[2]

Major tenants include:

Simba Hall was expanded to accommodate 1,313 delegates from its former capacity of 1,000 for the 8th Sullivan Summit.[3]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "AICC Brochure" (PDF). AICC. Retrieved 25 March 2013.
  2. ^ AICC acquires ultra-modern interpretation system Archived September 27, 2007, at the Wayback Machine
  3. ^ Government to spend 3bn/- on AICC expansion

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