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BR 43
By Samuel Wangwe, Paula Tibandebage, Edwin Mhede, Caroline Israel, Phares Mujinja, Maureen Mackintosh | Tanzania is rapidly losing its pharmaceutical production capability, and therefore its ability to supply one of its population’s basic needs. The loss undermines Tanzania’s medium-term security of supply of essential medicines. It threatens cumulative…
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Aug
2014
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BR 41
By Amon E. Chaligha | Local Government Reform (LGR) in Tanzania, among other things, envisaged local governments whose leadership is chosen through free and fair elections, and local governments that “facilitate the participation of the people in deciding on matters affecting…
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May
2013
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BR 39
By Johansein Rutaihwa | This policy brief looks at the country-level findings from the 2012/13 Global Competiveness Report prepared for the World Economic Forum; highlights the current institutional set up in relation to investment; and identifies institutional and policy reforms…
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Feb
2013
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BR 36
By Ophelia Mascarenhas | This brief assesses the relevance, use, and outcomes of training workshops offered by REPOA to media personnel in 2008, 2009, and 2010 on the use of the Tanzania Governance Noticeboard (TGN) for following up public budgets and expenditures. The assessment…
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Feb
2013
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BR 35
By Maia Green | This brief explores opportunities for and constraints on agricultural innovation for small farmers. By examining the factors influencing the uptake and sustainability of small-scale pig production compared with stall-fed dairying in Ulanga District, the…
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