As in the past, this Poverty and Human Development Report 2005 has been prepared under the auspices of the Research and Analysis Working Group of the poverty monitoring system. At the beginning of the fourth phase of Tanzania’s Government, the members of the RAWG hope that this report will provide a useful material with which to renew efforts for poverty reduction, especially among the poorest of Tanzania’s population. Moreover, to do so inclusively, according to the principles of good governance as articulated in MKUKUTA and in the same open spirit in which MKUKUTA itself was developed.
The tourism industry in Tanzania has experienced an extraordinary growth over the years. The success of the industry is hardly surprising. Few destinations worldwide can compete with what Tanzania has to offer. But tourism is a very competitive industry.
Perspectives on Development Risks and Opportunities from the Global South Emerging and developing countries have grown faster than advanced countries since the 2000s. This shifting weight of global economic activity from ‘the West’ to ‘East and South’ is referred to as ‘shifting wealth’. But in recent years, a number of factors, such as lower commodity prices, seem […]
This book is intended to highlight the key policy issues and policy space that policy research institutions like REPOA have been occupying and are to continue to occupy in future. A typical book of this nature would have demanded a team of editors and authors from many institutions, since influencing positive policy change takes the […]
The Political Economy of Industrializing for Local Health This is a book about the industrial development of pharmaceutical production in Sub-Saharan Africa. Yet the values that drive this industrial enquiry are rooted in the needs of a subcontinent with the worst health status in the world. The central argument of this book is that industrial […]