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  • Fosbrooke, Henry A. (Fosbrooke, 1951)
    Tanzanians welcome tourists to their country to share with them their rich heritage of wildlife and other unique tourist attractions. Within Tanzania 934,400 km area are to be found some of the mildest and most exciting ...
  • Fosbrooke, Henry A. (Fosbrooke, 1936)
    This paper is designed to show how a large group of people whose livelihood is threatened can respond to save themselves. But they must know what the threat is, what the remedy is, and be given adequate leadership and ...
  • Fosbrooke, Henry A. (Fosbrooke, 1961)
    So Tanzania wants a Treetops's but it can’t have it in Ngorongoro Crater. I There seems an obvious solution to this problem - look for another site. But before developing this theme, it seems advisable to study the ...
  • Fosbrooke, Henry A. (Fosbrooke, 1984)
    Out of the many aspects of the Irangi Land use problems, this paper confines itself to a subject which has been largely neglected in the plethora of reports submitted, particularly by the last two publications, namely- ...
  • Fosbrooke, Henry A. (Fosbrooke, 1987)
    The 1987 lecture list is enclosed. They are all held at the Museum and start 7.30 p.m. unless otherwise indicated. The Society has been invited by the Town organise a a day and half day seminar on the National scheduled for ...
  • Fosbrooke, Henry A. (Fosbrooke, 1967)
    The Lusaka Branch of the Wild Life Conservation Society were indeed lucky to have Henry Fosbrooke as Chairman for two years. He has done so much for the Branch and for the Society as a whole since January, 1967, that one ...
  • Fosbrooke, Henry A. (Fosbrooke, 1994)
    The Four Circuit Project Improved access to physical and historical features of Ngorongoro Conservation Area, to encourage visits by Tanzanians and by tourists, and so benefit the pastoral Maasai residents. Context The ...
  • Peachey, R.A. (Fosbrooke, 1955)
    1. The Standing Committee on Petitions established by the Trusteeship Council at the 397th nesting, tenth session, and composed of the representatives of Australia, China, TCI Salvador, New Zealand, the Union of Soviet ...
  • Parkipuny, Moringe L. (Fosbrooke, 1993)
    The highlands of New Guinea have been inhabited for over 24,000 years, and have evolved some of the most distinctive and long-isolates societies of the world. High in the centre of west Papua, lies the Balim Valley, a wide ...
  • Parkipuny, Moringe L. (Fosbrooke, 1992)
    The Kangeju, or Kindiga as they are usually called by their neighbours, inhabit a large area surrounding the semi-salt sheet of water shown on the maps of Tanganyika Territory as Lake Eyasi,1 and including portions of the ...
  • Parkipuny, Moringe L. (Fosbrooke, 1993)
    Nothing definite can be written concerning the remote history of the Sandawi, and I have already dealt with my personal theory as to their origin. Their tribal traditions state that they came from the north. It would seem ...
  • Parkipuny, Moringe L. (Fosbrooke, 1991)
    Land and its natural endowments have remained through centuries the primary source of livelihood to the overwhelming majority of people on this planet. Among indigenous people, throughout the world, these are the common ...
  • Parkipuny, Moringe L. (Fosbrooke, 1992)
    The Goroa, and their brethren differ much from all their neighbors, and I find the explanation upon an Ethnological map lent to me by Mr. Hollis. They appear thereon as the only representatives in the Tanganyika Territory, ...
  • Parkipuny, Moringe L. (Fosbrooke, 1984)
    Education is one of the fundamental human rights. Despite the acclaimed nationwide achievement this right has not obtained to Tanzania indigenous minorities. The relevance of indigenous values and knowledge is gaining ...
  • Parkipuny, M.L (Fosbrooke, 1982)
    Following below is an outline of various shortcoming, inconsistences and incorrect records contained in the 2nd draft report. Generally, the information assembled in the report constitute a very useful data base for future ...
  • Parris, R (Fosbrooke, 1971)
    As the theme of this conference is sustained production from semi-arid areas it is only the relevant aspects of the ecology and behavior of wildlife that will be discussed. It should also be stressed that a great del has ...
  • Parker, C.; Pusey, E.A; Rowley, H.; Gilbert, D.A.; Martenson, J.; O’Brien, S.J (Fosbrooke, 1970)
    Lions in the Ngorongoro Crater form a small and naturally isolated population. In 1962, the Crater lions suffered an epidemic that reduced the population from 60-75 to 10 individuals. The population rapidly recovered to ...
  • Fosbrooke, Henry A (Fosbrooke, 1969)
    It has been proposed that labour be paid 30 cents per day less than half the Government minimum wage of 63 cents per day with the idea that this sub-economic wage be “topped up” from the profit of the running of the ...
  • Patterson, Sheila (Fosbrooke, 1955)
    One afternoon in May 1955, I went down to the south London district of Brixton, to make a reconnaissance for a study of west Indian migrants in British. As I turned off the main shopping street, I was immediately overcome ...
  • Fosbrooke, Henry A (Fosbrooke, 1988)
    A workshop on pastoral land tenure in east Africa, attended by 28 representatives of pastoral groups, non-governmental organizations working in pastoral areas and others, from Tanzania, Kenya and Uganda, was help at the ...

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