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Socio-economic transformation hurt Maasai
Tanzania : ,

The indigenous Maasai pastoralists are changing culture and hence their life styles due to ecological and economic pressure. The pressure emanates from causes that are beyond the control of the state or the Maasai themselves.


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Posted By: ALOYCE MENDA


Ming’oko consumption boosts poverty in Mtwara
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Ming’oko, an indigenous root tuber plant famous in the southern coast parts of Tanzania is just a solution for survival but can not reduce the extensive poverty in the region. Ming’oko tubers are consumed as food by locals and are classified by plant scientists as a non-wood food forest product (NWFFP).


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Posted By: ALOYCE MENDA


REPOA YAAZIMISHA MIAKA KUMI YA MAFANIKIO
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Matatizo, changamoto na sababu zilizosukuma wasomi kuanzisha chombo cha kutafiti umaskini miaka 10 iliyopita bado yapo. REPOA, ni chombo cha utafiti kilichoundwa mwaka mmoja baada ya warsha iliyofanyika Dar es Salaam, Januari 11, 1994.


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Posted By: ALOYCE MENDA


Teknolojia ya ‘vidhibiti mwendo’ haijapunguza ajali za magari
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Teknolojia ya “vidhibiti mwendo” wa kasi iliyolazimishwa kutumika kisheria kwenye magari yote ya abiria na mizigo mikubwa toka 1997 imeshindwa kupunguza ajali za barabarani.


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Posted By: ALOYCE MENDA


Motor ‘speed governors’ fail to curb road accidents
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Fatal motor accidents are increasing in east African roads while the state authorities are probing hard for solutions to main causes, which are reckless driving and corruption in Traffic Police


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Posted By: ALOYCE MENDA


WSIS-II: Next window-shopping for Kiswahili and its 5,900 plus fellows?
Tanzania : ,

The world masses are about to focus attention towards a huge critical forum on the soil of Africa, the second-phase of the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS-II) planned for Tunis, Tunisia, November 16 to 18, 2005.


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Posted By: ALOYCE MENDA


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