Through intensive and extensive research the frontiers of knowledge in social, economic, political and religious life of people of Kilimanjaro Mountain area has been extensively revealed. The book enables readers to see Kilimanjaro and its people from a much better view and perspectives. For the first time the book has assisted in removing the many gaps that existed in the history of Kilimanjaro and its people thus making progress in the effort to get a better and more comprehensive understanding of the Wa-Shaka people of Kilimanjaro. In that endeavor recognition is made of the esteemed contributions of people such as Charles Dundas (1924), Miss Mary Cathleen Stahl (1962) and a few other recent day persons such as Dr. Anzamen Lema. The book puts readers on a new level of understanding of Wa-Shaka people in a simple but understandable language, which makes it not only easily manageable but also friendly in the effort to comprehend its contents. It is a unique master piece of work.
"This report details lessons from Tanzania's development experience gained during the past four decades. It evaluates the imperatives for a higher sustained growth and a better livelihood for its citizens in the future. The background papers, presented in this report, review and evaluate Tanzania's actual growth and poverty reduction performance. This report also analyzes the main reasons for Tanzania's performance record and highlights the strategic and institutional imperatives needed for developing sustained growth and poverty reduction in Tanzania. The analysis focuses on the development of the private sector and its increased role in the growth and modernization of the Tanzanian economy."
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