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8 PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED WITH INDUSTRIALIZATION IN TANZANIA

Inadequate capital to inset in the industrial sector local investors depend on basic provision from the government and foreign aid and grants which may not be adequate or has too high interest rates. Most industrial suffer from inconsistency in the supply of raw materials due to fluctuation in output especially agricultural raw materials, industries dependent …

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REASONS FOR IRRIGATION FARMING IN TANZANIA

Some areas in TANZANIA like Dodoma areas in central part of the country receive little and un-reliable rainfall and this cannot support crop growing thus a call for irrigation farming. The need to increase on food production to feed the increasing population mainly in drier areas of TANZANIA. In some areas of TANZANIA like in …

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IMPORTANCE OF NOMADIC PASTORALISM TO THE ECONOMY OF TANZANIA

Importance of nomadic pastoralism to the economy of TANZANIA Source of human food with valuable proteins e.g. milk, meat/beef, and blood. It is a source of income to the pastoralists by selling farm products hence improving their standards of living. It is a source of employment e.g. through trade hence providing a livelihood for many …

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FACTORS THAT HAVE FAVOURED THE DEVELOPMENT OF FISH FARMING IN TANZANIA

Fish farming or pisciculture involves the commercial breeding of fish, usually for food, in fish tanks or artificial enclosures such as fish ponds The following are factors that have favoured the development of fish farming in TANZANIA Improvement in research on fisheries which provided the need to establish ponds where the studies are carried out. Supportive government policy of financing fish farming which came up after realizing …

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The contributions of Tippu Tip to the development of long-distance trade in East Africa

Tippu Tip was born in 1830 in Zanzibar, the name Tippu Tip was given to him as a nickname due to the sound made by his gun. His real name was Mohammed Bin Hamid born to a father a trader and a farmer in Tabora. He separated from his father and he went and his …

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THE PROBLEMS FACING TANZANIA ZAMBIA RAILWAY (TAZARA)

The following are Problems facing the Tazara railway. Very expensive to maintain due to long distance of 1860km from Dar-es-salaam to Lusaka Its slowness has limited its usage affecting benefits and business potential Changing political priorities of the two governments i.e. Zambia and Tanzania. Inadequate funds to buy new wagons, spare parts hence reducing on …

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BENEFITS OF TANZANIA ZAMBIA RAILWAY (TAZARA)

It has strengthened political and social ties among Tanzania, Zambia, and China Provided landlocked Zambia with a reliable access route to the Indian Ocean. Stimulated mineral exploration and exploitation of copper in Zambia and iron ore, coal, diamond in Tanzania. Promoted plantation agriculture in southern Tanzania like rice and sugar cane in Kilombero valley Growth …

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