Searching with a thematic focus on Agriculture and food, Animal production and health in Tanzania
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- DocumentTanzania Online, 2001This report on the situation of children in Tanzania is informed by a human rights-based perspective on the well-being and development of children.The document states that although there have been signinficant macro-level developments in Tanzania these have yet to be translated into concrete improvements in the lives of children.DocumentLSE Research Online, 2002This study describes the results of a large-scale household survey of Maasai in Kenya and Tanzania. Data was collected using a standardised questionnaire adapted to a Maasai context and represent the first cross-border directly comparable set of data on current Maasai socio-economic conditions.DocumentInstitutional and Policy Support Team, AU, 2001This study was commissioned by the DFID Animal Health Programme to assess the impact of malignant catarrhal fever in Ngorongoro District, Tanzania.Document
Veterinary services in the Horn of Africa: where are we now?: a review of animal health policies and institutions focussing in pastoral areasInstitutional and Policy Support Team, AU, 2002This report is based on a study of public and private sector veterinary provision, including Community-based Animal Health (CAH), in the Greater Horn of Africa (GHA).DocumentInstitutional and Policy Support Team, AU, 2003The objective of this paper is to review the progress of government economic and legal reforms as far as they affect the provision of primary animal health care in rural areas of Tanzania.Document
Cross-border issues related to the provision of animal health services with reference to Kenya, Uganda, Ethiopia and TanzaniaInstitutional and Policy Support Team, AU, 2003This paper highlights various issues related to provision of animal health services in areas near national boundaries with reference to Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and Ethiopia, and also suggests ways of improving service provision and delivery in these areas.DocumentLand Reform, Land Settlement and Cooperatives, 1998Tanzania’s well-known village establishment programme, which is called Ujamaa , allowed for the sedentarization of almost all rural residents in some 8 000 villages in the 1970s.DocumentDepartment for International Development, UK, 2001Report aimed at producucing recommendations to DFID on an appropriate strategy for interventions which link rural livelihoods to wildlife and common natural resources.Document2017This paper discusses selection in a dairy goat population for improved performance by conceptualizing it for a population in Tanzania. Seven strategies (5, 10, 20, 30, 50, 70, 100 test bucks) were simulated. A progeny test based selection breeding program fitting Mgeta (Morogoro, Tanzania) situation was optimized.