Livestock development and rural transportation in Tanzania

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University of Dar es Salaam
Since 1967, Tanzania`s policies of ujamaa socialist transformation has radically altered the pattern of planned change in the rural areas from one of haphazard, uneven, often, apathetic or misguided efforts to one of integrated national policy. This policy transformation itself has in turn replaced a depressing series of usually unattainable and frequently receding goals by a set of aims which are coordinated at both local and national level as well as between rural and urban development (cf. Rweyemamu 1973 passim). Hence, overall socialist planning guides policy implementation at local level; but this does not, of course, mean that all problems are thereby eliminated. Some of the most pressing of these problems relate to the specific production objectives and methods in each local area, in terms of their ecological, economic, and sociological suitability.
Available in print form, East Africana Collection, Dr. Wilbert Chagula Library, (EAF FOS R44.L5)
Livestock, Development, Transportation, Rural
Rigby, Peter(1975). Livestock development and rural transportation in Tanzania