This brief draws on results of mixed methods research in Tanzania, to offer policy and programming implications for sustained poverty reduction.Read More
This study aimed to explore the factors that sustain escapes from poverty in Tanzania, including pathways out of poverty, the policies/programmes/strategies and institutions that sustain poverty escapes and create resilience, and the effect of political settlements in supporting and sustaining poverty escapes.Read More
This brief examines the current extent of financial inclusion in Tanzania – focusing particularly on the chronically poor – and also specifically on access to savings and insurance services. This is because of the increasing body of evidence about the role which the two services can play in helping households to escape poverty and, by implication, to manage shocks and build their resilience.
Authors: Lucy Scott and William Smith
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Poverty reduction in Tanzania has not occurred at the rate that would be expected, given the recent high levels of economic growth. This National Policy Brief advocates for addressing chronic poverty in the country through rural industrialisation.
Authors: Flora Kessy and Oswald MashindanoRead More