Briefs from REPOA

Jul
2018
Jahari, C | This brief examines the use of seeds and fertilizer subsidy in the maize producing rural councils of Chamwino and Iringa located in Dodoma and Iringa regions respectively
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Jul
2018
Jahari, C | This brief explores the processes through which the inputs were distributed to eligible beneficiaries who are smallholder farmers. It draws lessons from a 2016 study on the implementation of NAIVS in Chamwino and Iringa districts.
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Jun
2018
Katera, L & Mmari, D | This brief explores on why farmers sell their farm produce to private buyers than to National Food Reserve Authority (NFAR), even though they admit that the later offers better prices.
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Feb
2018
Repoa | This policy brief discusses key production, trade and regulatory constraints undermining the competitiveness and diversification of avocado value chain actors with special focus on the Northern Export Corridor in Tanzania.
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Feb
2018
Repoa | This policy brief examines recent developments in seaweed value chains, particularly the constraints undermining and opportunities for enhancing the competitiveness of the seaweed sub-sector along the Zanzibar-Pemba corridor. The policy brief proffers…
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Feb
2018
Repoa | This policy brief explores key constraints facing the spices and seasonings sector in Tanzania and ways to readdress these constraints in order to harness this sector’s export competitiveness to take advantage of existing trade arrangements including…
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Aug
2017
Lange, S. and Kinyondo, A. | This brief examines the factors that have influenced local content in the Tanzanian mining sector and some of the challenges and successes of local content initiatives in mining. Local content has gradually gained momentum over the last ten years both…
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Oct
2016
Katera, L. | Communication between the state and citizens is an essential element for an equal and just society. Growing social inequalities, lack of proper public services, and denial of basic human rights all act to widen existing communication gaps. Key to bridging…
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Aug
2016
Kilama, B. | Development is an on-going process and the drive for better life is endless. Tanzania stands out as one of the very few African countries that have managed to sustain peace, harmony and unity in more than half a century of independence. Despite this reckoned…
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