Inyuat e- MAA/MAA pastoralists development organization: Aims and possibilities

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Date
1993
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Fosbrooke
Abstract
The Maa peoples of Tanzania: Tanzania has a population with ethnic heterogeneity, the majority Bantu, constitutes over 90% of the country's population. Then we have lesser groups - the Cushtic and Nilo Hamities. The Maa peoples belong to the latter and make up about 2% of the population. the increasingly marginalized Hazalpi belong to the Bushmen and are believed to be remnants of the Bushmen of southern Africa. This group is regarded to be original inhabitants of northen Tanzania. we also have new immigrants, the Arabs, Asians and Whites
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Available in print form, East Africana Collection, Dr Wilbert Chagula Library, (EAF FOS 053)
Keywords
pastoralists, organization
Citation
ole-Ngulay, S.O. (1993) Inyuat e- MAA/MAA pastoralists development organization: Aims and possibilities
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