mardi, 24 octobre 2017
 

Tanzanie : Climate Change and Lake Tanganyika

Rising temperatures over the last century as the key cause of decline in one of the world’s most important fisheries. Lake Tanganyika is Africa’s oldest lake and its fish are a critical part of the diet of neighbouring countries. But catches have (...)

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Tanzania : Stop Threatening Rights Groups

International Organizations Urge Respect for Free Expression, Association The government of Tanzania should end its hostile rhetoric toward civil society groups and threats to obstruct their work, 18 national and international nongovernmental (...)

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Marriage and Poverty

Tanzania has one of the highest adolescent pregnancy and birth rates in the world with one in every six girls aged between 15 and 19 getting pregnant, according to the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) While Tanzania has made huge progress (...)

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Tanzanie : Aid for Farmers Fails

The message from farmers’ groups in Tanzania is clear. They don’t want an agricultural system that is dominated by large transnational companies ; they don’t want to be dependent on purchasing synthetic fertilizer, pesticides and herbicides ; and (...)

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Tanzania’s Land-Grab

Tanzania is the poster boy in a push by Western donor agencies like the World Bank and United States Agency for International Development (USAID) for what they call the "African Green Revolution". In 2012, Obama launched the New Alliance for (...)

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UK Aid Donors’ Investment Displaces Tanzanian Farmers

Norfund, the UK aid department, and Capricorn are funding the British company Agrica’s industrial rice plantation in Mngeta, Tanzania, which is destroying the livelihoods of smallholder farmers, driving them into debt and impacting the local (...)

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A Life of Critical Engagement : An Interview with Issa Shivji

Issa Shivji is one of the great public intellectuals of postcolonial Africa. He was a law student (1967-1970) at the University of Dar es Salaam, growing up amidst distinguished leftist scholars such as sociologists Giovanni Arrighi, Immanuel (...)

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Tanzania’s Lumber Thieves

Forests play a critical role in the fight against global warming by removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, which can hold down global temperature increases. Tanzania has 33 million hectares of forests and woodland, but the country has been (...)

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Tanzanie : We are all the same under the skin

Albinism is a rare, non-contagious, genetically inherited difference occurring in both genders regardless of ethnicity, in all countries of the world. BOTH the father and mother must carry the gene for it to be passed on even if they do not have (...)

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Socialist Aspirations and Inspirations

Many socialists feel dismayed to see Africa regarded as simply a place of war, disease and hunger, a sick entity deserving pity and sustenance and all help possible. On the surface the continent may seem so but a socialists looks deeper beyond (...)

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