Knock out poverty - kick in development : a case study of sport and development in Tanzania
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National development discourses within the global development hegemony : a case study of the post-2015 consultations in Tanzania Maijala, Lotta (2014)This study appears at a time when the new global post-2015 development agenda is being formed. In contrast to previous global development frameworks, we are now facing a universal agenda that sees development as a shared ...
The importance of quality physical education for a developing country : case study of physical education teacher training in Tanzania Varja, Eeva (2018)The impact of quality physical education over the individuals and the society has been researched, but more focus should be given on the possible influences in developing countries. This case study gives an insight into ...
Khoda, Sher (2011)The emergence of micro credit as an effective tool for poverty reduction is widely recognized in the world since the 1990s. The World Bank also values categorically micro credit for poverty alleviation. The financial sector ...
Working with street children : gender dimension of intervention and approaches. Case study of outreach program in Dar es Salaam Tanzania Heinoja, Wende (2011)The aim of this thesis was to study the concept of gender in understanding, and working with street children. Gender is arguably one of the important issues in understanding street children. Studying gender in intervention ...