2016 Study Abroad and Work Study Readings

Reading List for the 2016 Study Abroad and Work-Study Groups:

The links below will take you to the assigned readings for the seminars you will be attending while in Tanzania. Students are encouraged to read the recommended readings in addition to the required readings in order to take full advantage of the topics discussed during the lectures and discussions. Volunteers are also strongly encouraged to read the following list and to participate in the seminars regularly.

TZ16 Schedule and Readings List

June 11, 2016

Read by June 10:

Unequal burden- water privatisation and women’s human rights in Tanzania

2010 Are Our Children Learning?

2012 Are Our Children Learning?

Mwangaza Resource Book

Mwangaza Mini-Books

East African Court Blocks Serengeti Highway

Recommended:

Pristine Wilderness Under Threat From Massive Road-Building Projects

June 13, 2016

Read by June 12:

NGO Work In TZ

UMABU PROFILE

UMABU STRATEGIC PLAN

 

The “Tricky Business” of Dual-use School Community Libraries- A Case Study in Rural South Africa

Nyegina Secondary StratPlan

NyeginaStrategicPlanLogframe(1)

Education system in Tanzania

Strengthen Quality of Girl Secondary Education in Bukwaya Area in Musoma Tanzania

National Exam Disaster

Pass Rates in Primary School Leaving Examination in Tanzania

Recommended:

The Non Governmental Organizations Code of Conduct-TZ(1)

MARA REGIONAL PROFILE

For Poor Nations a Library Service Is Vital”- Establishing a National Public Library Service in Tanzania in the 1960s

Libraries in South Africa

MILITANTS, MOTHERS, AND THE NATIONAL FAMILY- UJAMAA, GENDER, AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT IN POSTCOLONIAL TANZANIA

June 15, 2016

Read by June 14:

The Micro-Finance Promise-Reduced_Part1

The Micro-Finance Promise-Reduced_Part2

Gender and Economic Growth in Tanzania Creating Opportunities for Women Chapter 4 Access to Finance

Recommended:

Gender and Economic Growth in Tanzania Creating Opportunities for Women Chapter 1 Gender and Economic Growth in Tanzania

Policy, Regulatory and Supervisory Environment for Microfinance in Tanzania

The Micro-Finance Schism

Market Research and Client-Responsive Product Development

Voices of Women Entrepreneurs in Tanzania

June 18, 2016

Read by June 16:

Working with girls living on the street in East Africa

Education and Economic Development in Africa

Agroforestry as a solution to poverty in rural Tanzania

June 20, 2016

Read by June 18:

Living PositHIVely in Tanzania

Recommended:

THE INFLUENCE OF HIV:AIDS ON COMMUNITY-BASED REHABILITATION IN DAR ES SALAAM, TANZANIA

June 22, 2016

Read by June 20:

Intergovernmental Relations (Chart)

Local Government (Tanzania)

From the global to the local? Governance and development at the local level- reflections from Tanzania

Disability and Culture Chapter 5

WHO SINNED? PARENTS’ KNOWLEDGE OF THE CAUSES OF DISABILITY IN TANZANIA

Recommended:

Family perceptions in caring for children and adolescents with mental disabilities

Constructing Epilepsy…

COMPARATIVE ASSESSMENT OF DECENTRALIZATION IN AFRICA- TANZANIA IN-COUNTRY ASSESSMENT REPORT

June 25, 2016

Read by June 23:

Education Sector Analysis

Recommended:

Education and Poverty Reduction in Tanzania

June 27, 2016

Read by June 25:

HakiElimu 2012 -2016 Strategic Focus in Brief

Advocating the Right to Education

An Inalienable Right to Read- Unesco’s Promotion of a Universal Culture of Reading and Public Libraries and Its Involvement in Africa, 1948-1968

COMPARATIVE ASSESSMENT OF DECENTRALIZATION IN AFRICA- TANZANIA IN-COUNTRY ASSESSMENT REPORT

Recommended:

For Poor Nations a Library Service Is Vital”- Establishing a National Public Library Service in Tanzania in the 1960s

Beyond polarity in Zanzibar? The ‘silent’ referendum and the government of national unity

June 29, 2016

Read by June 27:

The Roles of African Women Tanzania

Special Seats for Women in the National Legislature- The Case of Tanzania

Any questions pertaining to the readings can be directed to Dr. Thurmaier at kthur@tdsnfp.org. The schedule and seminars are subject to change.