1 edition of Emergent large farmers and the problems of implementation of ujamaa vijijini policy in Usangu (Meeya District) found in the catalog.
Published 1973 by Administrator in University of Dar es Salaam, Dept. of Political Science
Bibliography: p. 44-45.Cover title.At head of title: University examinations 1973. Political science paper 7a-dissertation.
|Statement||University of Dar es Salaam, Dept. of Political Science|
|Publishers||University of Dar es Salaam, Dept. of Political Science|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 53 p. :|
|Number of Pages||91|
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I was getting more and more children interested to participate in the study.
Orphaned infants placed under the care of another woman, in most cases the paternal grandmother or aunt. We decided that she would cut the sticks and I would collect them and put them in the ground. They would eat together—they would take the food to the father or bwana mkubwa first, then the others would eat together—the women and children.
A fourteenyear-old girl, a primary school graduate, told me she would like to live in Mbeya city in Mbeya Region or Dar es Salaam.
He has been at my side as the driver of our Land Rover and as the photographer during fieldwork, in the archive helping me to translate German colonial documents, and in China as my companion.
She suggested that I should go back to the social welfare offices and ask there, because the letter might have been forwarded there. These norms, although rarely explicit, became visible in scenarios where care and support was expected from others, such as in times of sickness. In addition, older children asked me questions about Dar es Salaam, even though none of them had ever been to the city. 13 Thus rather than starting from a southern coastal port—for example, Kilwa or Lindi—this new southern line would begin from a station in the interior, passing through the Kilombero valley and terminating at Manda Bay.