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women demand development.this study was conducted by a research team in dar es salaam to identify which policy changes might strengthen rural food security in tanzania. the participatory research revealed much about the impact of gender and culture on food security. in both districts of ngorongoro and shinyanga, control of resources favored men. they managed the income from high-value resources like cattle, cotton, and maize, while women managed low-value resources like milk, hides, and goats. also, it was evident th ...200012296259
how africans shape their world.examples from mali, zaire, tanzania, and cameroon are used to show the links between human behavior and the environment. the nomadic kel adrar tuareg of the iforas in mali maintain diversified herds in an area with variable rainfall. the cattle and sheep eat grass, the camels eat grass and trees and thorn bushes, and the goats eat trees and thorn bushes; animal gestation cycles also vary. the tuareg strategy in adapting to their environment is to give and lend animals to their friends and cla ...198612286662
blood feeding habits of mosquitoes in the south pare district of tanzania ten years after cessation of a dieldrin residual spraying campaign. 19715167552
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