Poverty is still one of the most daunting challenges facing Africa in general and Tanzania in particular, as evident from the difficulties in piecing together pro-poor development policies. This brief summarises the findings of a 2010 study conducted in Keko, Buguruni-Malapa, and Mbezi Beach kwa Komba industrial clusters, Dar es Salaam, that explored the growth of cluster-based, micro and small furniture-manufacturing firms and their implications for poverty reduction among firm owners and workers.
The effects of institutional bottlenecks on
enterprise development and competitiveness in
productive sectors in Tanzania
This policy brief flags areas of crucial policy concerns in the context of the prevailing legal and regulatory framework for enterprise development and competitiveness. It draws on analyses and findings from REPOA’s Research Project on Institutional Analysis of Enterprise Development and Competitiveness (EDC) in Tanzania. The research draws on analyses of primary and secondary data […]
Uwezeshaji wa Wananawake Kwenye Uzalishaji,Utafutaji wa Kipato, Umiliki wa Raslimali na Uongozi KupitiaMpango wa Kukuza Uwezo wa Kaya Maskini (PSSN)
Kitabu kinachohusu Uwezeshaji wa Wanawake Tanzania kama sehemu ya Sera za Kudumisha Ustawi wa Jamii (Empowering Women in Tanzania in the Contexts of Contemporary Social Policy) kimetolewa na REPOA kwa madhumuni ya kutoa uchambuzi wa kisera, matukio na taasisi ambazo ni sehemu ya mihimili ya jitihada za serikali za kuwawezesha wanawake Tanzania. Dokezo hili linatoa […]
This brief summarises the theoretical chapters in the book on Youth Transition from School to Work: A Case Study of VETA in Tanzania whose aim is to increase understanding about the barriers to youth employment and transition to work in the context of Tanzania’s new industrialization drive. The brief concentrates on key factors that influence […]
This brief summarises results from a study that assessed the extent to which social assistance offered by TASAF through the PSSN contributes to the empowerment of women in terms of increasing their economic, political and social influence on their lives, their households and their communities.