The Public Accounts Committee is one of the standing committees of the Parliament of Tanzania. Among its major
Democracy can only grow and thrive where citizens perceive their government to be transparent and accountable to them.
Opportunities for Improvement This brief discusses the scope for improving agricultural input subsidies with
The Case of Vietnam Over the last few decades, development policy has been dominated by mainstream economic theories
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Eight Key Messages for Unlocking Tanzania’s Potential What will it take for a robust socio-economic transformation in
Investigating Members’ Participation in Civil Society Networks in Tanzania Civil society organisations (CSO) networks
The distinctive flavour of Tanzanian cocoa has recently been attracting the attention of the international cocoa world.
Awareness and Participation of the Local Communities
Can the urban poor of Tanzania afford the cost of using modern sources of energy,1 i.e. electricity, liquefied petroleum
This brief assesses the relevance, use, and outcomes of training workshops offered by REPOA to media personnel in 2008,
Growth of Micro and Small, Cluster-Based Furniture-Manufacturing Firms and their Implications for Poverty Reduction in Tanzania
Poverty is still one of the most daunting challenges facing Africa in general and Tanzania in particular, as evident