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JSAN: PRSP annual implementation report
International Monetary Fund (IMF), Jan 2008


Tanzania: Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper - Annual Implementation Report 2006/07
Government of Tanzania, Jan 2008


The use of quantitative and qualitative survey results to influence policy: The case of participatory service delivery (PSDA) in Zanzibar
Slaus T. Mwisomba, Q-squared, Centre For International Studies, University Of Toronto, Nov 2007


How does influence-peddling impact industrial competition? Evidence from enterprise surveys in Africa
Vijaya Ramachandran, Manju Kedia Shah and Gaiv Tata, Center for Global Development (CGD), Oct 2007


Informal Cross Border Food Trade in Southern Africa
FEWS NET/ World Food Programme (WFP) Cross Border Food Trade Monitoring System Technical Committee, Sep 2007


Commonwealth synthesis review of four country-owned poverty reduction strategies
D. Peretz , Commonwealth Secretariat, Aug 2007


Implications of the 2007/08 budget in the development of health sector, Tanzania
Paul Smithson, Ifakara Health Research and Development Centre (IHRDC), 19 Jun 2007


Implications of the 2007/08 budget in the development of agricultural sector, Tanzania
Timothy S. Nyoni (PhD), Economic and Social Research Foundation (ESRF) , 19 Jun 2007


Community wealth-ranking and household surveys: An integrative approach
Bereket Kebede , Q-Squared, Centre For International Studies, University Of Toronto, Jun 2007


HIV/AIDS and Democratic Governance in Africa: Illustrating the impact on electoral processes
Kondwani Chirambo, IDASA, 22 May 2007


'SADC cannot abandon Zimbabwe': Interview with Tanzanian President Kikwete in the New African magazine
Baffour Ankomah, New African magazine, May 2007


A review of nutrition and food security approaches in HIV and AIDS programmes in Eastern and Southern Africa
Dora Panagides, Rick Graciano, Peter Atekyereza, Lilia Gerberg and Mickey Chopra, Helen Keller International / Makerere University / Congressional Hunger Center / Medical Research Council of South Africa, May 2007


Early lessons from implementation of climate change adaptation projects in South-eastern Africa
International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) and SouthSouthNorth (SSN), 24 Apr 2007


Lessons from seven countries: Reflections on the millennium challenge account
Sarah Lucas, Center for Global Development, Apr 2007


Tanzania food security outlook: February to July 2007
Famine Early Warning Systems Network (FEWS NET), Feb 2007


Rice production in the Maswa District, Tanzania and its contribution to poverty alleviation
Jerry A. Ngailo, Abiud L. Kaswamila, Catherine J. Senkoro, Research on Poverty Alleviation (REPOA), 2007


Local Governance in Tanzania: observations from six councils 2002-2003
Amon Chaligha, Florida Henjewele, Ambrose Kessy and Geoffrey Mwambe, Research on Poverty Alleviation (REPOA), 2007


Silences in NGO Discourse: The role and future of NGOs in Africa
Issa Shivji, 2007


Financing public health care: Insurance, user fees, or taxes? Welfare comparisons in Tanzania
Deograsias P. Mushi , Research on Poverty Alleviation (REPOA), 2007


Civil society in Tanzania
Toni Haapanen , KEPA, 2007


Tanzania: Millennium Development Goals - Progress Report 2006
Ministry of Planning, Economy and Empowerment, United Republic of Tanzania, Dec 2006


Management of Natural Resources Programme, Tanzania TAN-0092 (Final Evaluation)
Dr Brian Cooksey (Team Leader), Mr Leonce Anthony, Dr Jim Egoe, Ms Kate Forrester, Professor George Kajembe, Mr Bakari Mbano, Ms Isabell von Oertzen, Dr Sibylle Riedmiller, Norad, Nov 2006


Local government reform in Tanzania 2002 - 2005: Summary of research findings on governance, finance and service delivery
Odd-Helge Fjeldstad, Einar Braathen, Amon Chaligha, Research on Poverty Alleviation (REPOA), Oct 2006


To train or to educate? Evidence from Tanzania
Godius Kahyarara and Francis Teal, Global Poverty Research Group, Sep 2006


Research on Poverty Alleviation: Changes in household non-income welfare indicators
By Wietze Lindeboom and Blandina Kilama, Research on Poverty Alleviation (REPOA), Aug 2006


Si Mchezo! Magazine educates and entertains rural Tanzanian youth
YouthNet, May 2006


National youth week in Tanzania offers opportunity for HIV education
YouthNet, May 2006


Directory of development organisations
2006


To pay or not to pay? Citizens views on taxation by local authorities in Tanzania
Odd-Helge Fjeldstad, Research on Poverty Alleviation (REPOA), 2006


Assessing market distortions affecting poverty reduction efforts on smallholder tobacco production in Tanzania
Dennis Rweyemamu and Monica Kimaro, Research on Poverty Alleviation (REPOA), 2006


Tanzania: Status Report 2006
Government of Tanzania, Jan 2006


Developing social protection in Tanzania within a context of generalised insecurity
Marc Wuyts, Research on Poverty Alleviation (REPOA), 2006


IRTECO Workshop on Trade Discrimination, Poverty and Social Economic Empowerment strategy to LDCs
IRTECO, 25 Nov 2005


Tanzania Food Security Update
Famine Early Warning Systems Network (FEWSNET), Nov 2005


Report of the proceedings of the first national dialogue and project launch workshop of the linkages between trade, development and poverty reduction (TDP) in Tanzania
Report prepared by the Economic and Social Research Foundation, Nov 2005


Tanzania Economic Performance Assessment
Bruce Bolnick, Andrea Camoens and Julia Zislin, This publication was produced by Nathan Associates Inc. for review by the United States Agency for International Development, Aug 2005


Tanzania Food Security update: August 2005
FEWSNET, Aug 2005


Tanzania Budget 2005/6: Speech by the Minister for Finance, Hon. Basil P. Mramba (MP)
Hon. Basil P. Mramba, 8 Jun 2005


United Republic of Tanzania: Third review under the PRGF
Tanzanian Government, Jun 2005


Human rights, formalisation and women's land rights in southern and eastern Africa
Ingunn Ikdahl, Anne Hellum, Randi Kaarhus, Tor A. Benjaminsen, Patricia Kameri-Mbote, Institute of Women's Law, University of Oslo, Jun 2005


National Strategy for Growth and Reduction of Poverty (NSGRP)
The United Republic of Tanzania - Vice Presidents office, Jun 2005


Measuring HIV stigma: Results of a field test in Tanzania
United States Agency for International Development (USAID), Jun 2005


The dynamics of returns to education in Kenyan and Tanzanian manufacturing
Mns Sderbom, Francis Teal, Anthony Wambugu and Godius Kahyarara, Global Poverty Research Group, Apr 2005


The impact of community based management and joint forest management on the forest resource base and local people's livelihoods: Case studies from Tanzania
GC Kajembe, J Nduwamungu and EJ Luoga, Centre for Social Sciences (CASS) and Programme for Land and Agrarian Studies (PLAAS), 2005


Tanzania and the Millenium Development Goals: A critical appraisal of the Global Partnership for Development
African Forum and Network on Debt and Development (AFRODAD), 2005


The Loan Contraction Process in Africa - Making loans work for the poor: The case of Tanzania
Afrodad and Christian Aid, 2005


The Cost of Poverty: Transaction costs and the struggle to make aid work in the education sector in Tanzania
Kate Dyer, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), 2005


Tanzania Poverty and Human Development Report 2005
Poverty Monitoring System, The Government of Tanzania, 2005


Civil Society Comments on the 2005/6 Budgets
2005


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Dar, Lilongwe set up customs centre
13 March 2014, 12:00 pm

Lilongwe: Tanzania and Malawi have signed an agreement for the establishment of a single customs and immigration centre at the Songwe-Kasumulu border, aimed at boosting trade and cementing bilateral relations between the two countries. Speaking during the signing ceremony, Tanzania's Minister of Finance, Ms Saada Mkuya Salum, said African countries ought to trade between themselves to bring about development growth, rather than depending on unreliable aid from development partners.


Tanzania: UK firm to help promote NIT into regional transport centre
12 March 2014, 12:00 pm

Dar es Salaam:  UK-based organisation, Transaid has said that it will continue to assists the National Institute of Transport (NIT) to develop new curricula for the training of both Passenger Service Vehicle (PSV) and Heavy Goods Vehicle (HGV) drivers to ensure that the trainees attain high standards of competence. Speaking when handing over a 40-foot tanker and fork lift vehicles to NIT, Transaid Project Manger (Road Safety) Neil Rettie said the PSV and HGV driving curricula have been recommended for adoption by the East Africa Community as the regional standards. “Once this occurs we will have a regional standard which will ensure that a driver from Burundi or Kenya, Rwanda or Uganda is as competent as one from NIT here in Tanzania,” he said.


Tripartite ‘growth pole’ diagnostic reports: potentials and prospects for minerals-based industrialisation
12 March 2014, 12:00 pm

Pretoria:  Since its establishment in 2009, Trade Mark Southern Africa (TMSA) has supported the Tripartite of the Common Market of Eastern and Southern Africa, the Southern African Development Community and the East African Community, in developing and implementing its regional integration agenda.  This involves supporting the design and planned implementation of the Tripartite Free Trade Area, improving the economic competitiveness of the region and reducing costs of cross-border transactions through a transport corridor approach addressing both trade facilitation issues and infrastructure constraints. Focused industrial development is essential in the COMESA-EAC-SADC Tripartite region to fundamentally change the economy and to promote high yield sectors. Such development brings not only an improvement in the GDP and job provision, but promotes knowledge accumulation and technological sophistication that have far reaching benefits for the economy.  This research was conducted under the topic “Tripartite ‘Growth Pole’ Diagnostic Reports: Analysis of Potentials and Prospects for Minerals-Based Industrialisation.”  


Tanzania: Farmers' subsidy voucher system registers success
11 March 2014, 12:00 pm

Dar es Salaam:  The subsidy voucher programme has been a success in almost all districts, with a few facing the challenge of unscrupulous agents and government officials, the government has said. Briefing journalists in Dar es Salaam yesterday, Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Agriculture, Food Security and Cooperatives, Sophia Kaduma said at least 109 out of 121 districts have registered success in the programme. However, she noted that the remaining 12 districts faced a number of challenges which have to a greater extent failed the programme. She said the programme in the 12 districts was failed by unscrupulous agents and village officials who deceived the farmers.


Tanzania: "Regulate microfinance subsector"
10 March 2014, 12:00 pm

Dar es Salaam:  Stakeholders are calling for the establishment of a new law to govern the rapidly growing microfinance subsector in the country which in principle is the main provider of financial services to rural areas and even some parts of various urban centers and therefore, a proper regulatory regime is necessary. Expressing their professional views on the subject at a recent meeting of the Tanzania Association of Microfinance Institutions (TAMFI) in Dar es Salaam, members said the subsector needs an improved regulatory environment if the government is to maximise the subsector’s potential.


Tanzania: Laws, rules impeding Common Market protocol up for review
7 March 2014, 12:00 pm

Dar es Salaam:  Tanzania is this year expected to review and amend domestic laws and regulations that impede smooth implementation of the EAC Common Market Protocol.  Speaking at the launch of the East African Common Market Scorecard (CMS) 2014 in Dar es Salaam yesterday, Dr Abdallah Makame, Assistant Director of Productive Sectors in the Ministry of East African Cooperation named the laws as those related to migration and capital.  “Tanzania has several legislations that pose challenges to the EAC member states in implementing the common market protocol. Indeed, I can assure you that we will work on the matter within this year."


Kenya targets Dar cargo with Taveta border crossing
6 March 2014, 12:00 pm

Nairobi: Kenya is betting on a new border post and the planned Mwatate-Taveta road to boost its share of cargo traffic even as concern grows over delay in signing a bilateral pact with Tanzania. Officials say the completion of the Sh500 million Taveta one-stop border post (OSBP) and construction of the road joining central Tanzania will significantly change the region’s trade dynamics in favour of Kenya as more cargo reverts to Mombasa Port and the Northern Corridor. “Once projects are complete, traders will have more choice with some of the Burundi-bound cargo, for instance, coming to Mombasa and leaving through the Northern Corridor,” Theo Lyimo, an OSBP director at TradeMark East Africa, said in Nairobi.


Tanzania: Small miners, lumberjacks to face revenue disclosure rule
6 March 2014, 12:00 pm

Dar es Salaam:  Small scale miners as well lumberjacks and others in the forestry sector may soon be required to make their revenue public to help the government determine appropriate taxes for the sector.  Noting that the government expects the mining sector to contribute at least 10 percent of the country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) by 2025, Tanzania Extractive Industry Transparency Initiative (TEITI) Board Chairman Judge Mark Bomani supported the government move saying it will lead to the targeted goal. Speaking at the opening of a regional training workshop on EITI Standards for Anglophone and Lushophone African countries in Dar es Salaam yesterday, Justice Bomani said accounting for small scale miners’ revenue is a challenge. “The group is not registered and operates without audited books,” he said.  “We don’t know their revenues at all,” he added.


Tanzania: New mining industry standards on review
5 March 2014, 12:00 pm

Dar es Salaam: Tanzania is expected to join other African countries to deliberate the newly recommended global Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) standards, which among other things calls for transparency in the mining sector.  Consensus hold, despite the introduction of new audit mechanisms, access to the country’s mineral industry information is still limited. Briefing reporters ahead of the planned regional training workshop on EITI Standards for Anglophone and Lushophone African countries to be held today in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (TEITI) Secretariat Economist, Innocent Bash, said the meeting will discuss challenges facing natural resources management in the region.


Tanzania: 2013 trade data
4 March 2014, 12:00 pm

Dar es Salaam:  During 2013, overall balance of payments recorded a surplus of USD 498.4 million compared to a surplus of 326.1 million registered in the preceding year. This development was partly explained by increase in official capital inflows, non-concession loans and foreign direct investments. Gross official reserves amounted to USD 4,678.8 million as at the end of December 2013, sufficient to cover 4.4 months of projected imports of goods and services excluding those financed by foreign direct investment.




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