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Diversification and accumulation in rural Tanzania

anthropological perspectives on village economics

by Pekka SeppaМ€laМ€

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Published by Nordiska Afrikainstitutet, Distributor in North America, Transaction Publishers in Uppsala, Sweden, Somerset, NJ .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Tanzania,
  • Lindi District.
    • Subjects:
    • Rural industries -- Tanzania -- Lindi District.,
    • Rural development -- Tanzania -- Lindi District.,
    • Informal sector (Economics) -- Tanzania -- Lindi District.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. [226]-232).

      StatementPekka Seppälä.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHC885.Z7 L567 1998
      The Physical Object
      Pagination243 p. :
      Number of Pages243
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL74617M
      ISBN 109171064273
      LC Control Number99176280
      OCLC/WorldCa40989006

      Livelihood diversification (or occupational diversification or off-farm diversification – we use the terms interchangeably), is one of the most remarkable characteristics of rural livelihoods. It is defined as “the process by which rural families construct a diverse portfolio of activities and social support capabilities in order to survive Cited by: Title: Dictionary of agriculture: German / English / french / Spanish / Russian Author: Haensch, Gunther Date published: Publisher: Elsevier; Title: Dictionnaire d'agriculture Date published: Publisher: La Moisson Rustique; Title: Diversification and Accumulation in Rural Tanzania: Anthropological perspectives on village economics.


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Get this from a library. Diversification and accumulation in rural Tanzania: anthropological perspectives on village economics. [Pekka Seppälä] -- "Recent studies on rural Africa increasingly reveal a pattern of development which is more complex than that proposed in earlier unilinear theories.

The researchers have recently located intricate. The book suggests that recent studies on rural Africa increasingly reveal a pattern of development which is more complex than that proposed in earlier unilinear theories: in that they have recently located intricate systems of patronage, local networks of cooperation, indigenous social safety nets but also alarming rates of differentiation.

The book extends the analysis of Author: P. Seppaunlaut˜launlaut˜. 8 Diversification and Accumulation in Rural Tanzania nity, was used as a yardstick to measure people.

From this perspective they seemed to lack everything: tools were poor, harvests unreliable and the income level low. Indeed, seen from Cited by: RNFE is progressive and livelihood diversification is a positive strategy of adaptation which can lead to accumulation by rural producers.

On the other hand livelihood diversification is viewed as a residual sector that offers no more than a ‘bargain basement’ for distress or coping activities6, mopping up the fall out of a failing.

This research examined whether income diversification is a means of survival or accumulation among rural and semi-urban households of Ambo district, Ethiopia. A survey of. Table - Nonfarm income of rural households: Case study evidence Table – Capital Intensity and Returns to Labor in Rural Nonfarm Activities Table – Diversification and accumulation in rural Tanzania book income diversification across settings Table – Rural Nonfarm Income, by Size of Landholding Table – Returns to Rural Nonfarm Activity, by Household Income LevelFile Size: KB.

Rethinking wildlife for livelihoods and diversification in rural Tanzania: a Diversification and accumulation in rural Tanzania book study from northern Selous by Caroline Ashley, Ntengua Mdoe and Lou Reynolds* Summary This paper assesses how wildlife does and can contribute to rural livelihoods and livelihood diversification within villages on the northern border of Selous Game Reserve.

diversification behaviour of households in rural Tanzania are driven by accumulation motives rather than by survival concerns. This result ho lds true whether we use current income or asset. Economic Reforms and Rural Livelihood Diversification in Tanzania by Kunal Sen* Summary This paper examines the impact of the economic reform programme initiated in Tanzania since on rural livelihoods.

The macro-level data suggests that there has been little diversification in the Tanzanian economy since the mids both withAuthor: Kunal Sen.

Abstract. What drives income diversification among rural households in developing countries. A large literature has examined whether household income diversification is a means of survival or a means of accumulation, which has so far remained by: This research was carried out with the aim examining and understanding the different nonfarm diversification strategies pursued by households in Deber Elias Woreda.

A multi stage sampling procedure was employed to select households. First the Woreda Kebeles are stratified in to three categories based on the agro ecology. From each stratum, three sample target kebeles Author: Mezegbu Aynalem, Habtamu Mossie, Mohammed Adem.

Downloadable. What drives income diversification among rural households in developing countries. A large literature has examined whether household income diversification is a means of survival or a means of accumulation, which has so far remained inconclusive. This paper attempts to evaluate which explanation of household income diversification – diversification as.

rural household income diversification is the norm rather than the exception, and that while endowments (physical, human, natural capital) and wealth play a role in driving engagement in different economic activities, some degree of diversification off the farm is common at all levels of.

for economic diversification in rural sub-Saharan Africa. While continuing to prioritize rural investments in the economic and social sectors, governments should mainstream rural development within national strategies and commit to the long term.

Rural and urban development policies should be brought together, ideally within a territorial orFile Size: KB.

Results from the panel data also suggest a shift from distress-based diversification towards more accumulation-based processes. While commercial dynamism within agriculture since the second round of data collection has favoured male farm managers, movement into the non-farm sector during the same time has been beneficial for both groups.

v Diversification under climate variability as part of a CSA strategy in rural Zambia Aslihan Arslan1*, Romina Cavatassi2, Leslie Lipper3, Nancy McCarthy4, Federica Alfani1 and Misael Kokwe3 1 Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Agricultural Development Economics Division (ESA), Viale delleTerme di Caracalla, Rome, Italy.

This book deals with major issues related to hand- and ox-drawn farm implements for different farming systems and ecological areas in Tanzania. It is based on field visits in some ten Tanzanian regions. The study may shed some light on the relative importance of problems related to production and distribution of basic farm implements as an element of the crisis.

preferred. Rural Income Generation and Diversification – A Case Study in Eastern Zambia Kaisa Karttunen Abstract. Rural income diversification has been found to be rather the norm than the exception in developing countries.

Smallholder households tend to diversify their income sources because of the need to manage risks. of life in rural areas and encourage diversification of the rural economy. 07 Identifying the needs Rural areas face particular challenges as regards growth, jobs and sustainability. Europe‟s rural areas according to the OECD definition, which is based on population density, account for 92 % of EU Size: KB.

Income diversification patterns in rural Sub-Saharan Africa: reassessing the evidence (English) Income diversification patterns in rural Sub-Saharan Africa: reassessing the evidence (English) Abstract. Is Africa's rural economy transforming as its economies grow. This paper uses comparable income aggregates from 41 national household Cited by:   See also P.

Seppala, Diversification and Accumulation in Rural Tanzania: Anthropological Perspectives on Village Economics (Uppsala, ); S. Berry, No Condition is Permanent: The Social Dynamics of Agrarian Change in Sub-Saharan Africa (Madison, ).Cited by: Livelihood and diversification in Rural Coastal Communities: Dependence on Ecosystems Services and possibilities for Sustainable Enterprising in Zanzibar, Tanzania.

Indramani Jayaweera. January Supervisor: Maricela de la Torre-Castro. A Dissertation submitted to the. Stockholm University. in partial fulfillment of the requirements File Size: KB. 'An eloquent, engaging and immensely gratifying work. Priya Lal’s nuanced analysis of the complexities and contradictions of the imaginaries, implementation and experiences of ujamaa not only challenges dominant readings of Tanzanian history (and African history more broadly), but provides a sophisticated model for how oral and archival history can be interwoven and why Cited by: Diversification in agriculture will have a tremendous impact on the agro-socio-economic areas and also in the uplifting of resource-inadequate farming communities.

It will be able to generate income and employment opportunities for rural youth around the year for the utmost benefits of the Indian farmers. Livelihood diversification and the expansion of artisanal mining in rural Tanzania Drivers and policy implications Beatrice Kwai and Gavin Hilson Abstract: This paper provides an extended analysis of livelihood diversification in rural Tanzania, with special emphasis on artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM).

Rural livelihood diversification is defined as the process by which rural households construct an increasingly diverse portfolio of activities and assets in order to survive and to improve their standard of living.

The theoretical framework outlined above will be used to investigate the significance of diversification for rural livelihood by: The chapter frames the book in terms of the recent debates on smallholder agriculture and the empirical context of sub-Saharan Africa and presents the aims of the book.

Moreover, it outlines the theoretical basis for the book departing from theoretical perspectives on pro-poor agricultural growth, gender-based differences in agricultural productivity, linkages to the non-farm sector.

As ofthe number of publications that have used the ERHS data in their analysis has reachedwith 77 journal articles, 4 books and 26 book chapters with more than 3, citations (Renkow & Slade ). The Determinants of. Rural-Urban Linkages: Tanzania Case Study Hugh Wenban-Smith October, This document is a product of a Rimisp initiative funded by The Ford Foundation.

We authorize the non-for-profit partial or full reproduction and dissemination of this document, subject to the source being properly acknowledged. Income Diversification and Seasonality for Smallholder Farmers in Kilosa, Tanzania!.

Kilosa, Tanzania 2. Host Organization 4. Methods The Tanzania Forest Conservation Group (TFCG) is an NGO composed of a multidisciplinary team of foresters, biologists and communicators who are committed to conserving Tanzania’s forests and. Rural development in Tanzania: a review of Ujamaa (English) Abstract.

The Ujamaa based rural development effort of the Tanzanian government is evaluated. Tanzanian rural development strategy is aimed at spreading the benefits of development, encouraging collective and cooperative forms of rural economic activity, and creating Author: Abraham, P.

Robinson, F. • The absence of a comprehensive rural development strategies • The need to emphasize economic diversification in the rural areas.

This strategy originates from the fact that, even though agriculture in the backbone of the rural economy, diversification opportunities for earning income in the rural areas is crucial for rural Size: 72KB.

Rethinking wildlife for livelihoods and diversification in rural Tanzania: a case study from northern Selous by Caroline Ashley, Ntengua Mdoe and Lou Reynolds* Summary This paper assesses how wildlife does and can contribute to rural livelihoods and livelihood diversification within villages on the northern border of Selous Game Size: KB.

Stories of Rural Accumulation in Africa: Trajectories and Transitions among Rural Capitalists in Senegal. CARLOS OYA. distinctive feature of rural capitalists in much of Africa is the ‘straddling’ of economic activities and resulting Cited by: Tanzania, particularly since the economic reforms of the s.

More specifically, this paper seeks to explore the changing patterns of accumulation and structural change that have characterised the Tanzanian experience since structural adjustment. However, the aim of File Size: 1MB. Is Africa's rural economy transforming as its economies grow.

This paper uses comparable income aggregates from 41 national household surveys from 22 countries to explore the extent of income diversification among rural households in Sub-Saharan Africa, and to look at how income diversification in Sub-Saharan Africa compares with other regions, taking into account Cited by: 80 per cent of rural household income in Sub-Saharan Africa is derived from non-farm sources.

In Tanzania, available data show that farming remains the most important livelihood activity among rural households; however, the non-farm sector is crucial for income generation and poverty alleviation in : I.

Kathega, C. Lifuliro. ASSESSING RURAL SERVICES, INFRASTRCUTURE AND THEIR IMPACT ON AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION, MARKETING AND FOOD SECURITY IN TANZANIA 1 Temu, A.

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Tanzania, like many developing countries has its share of problems associated with developing its rural sector where the majority of its population lives. Since independence, the government of Tanzania has proclaimed the development of the rural sector the cornerstone of the country's development strategy.

A number of approaches have been tried in by: 4. Downloadable. Rural households in developing countries adopt diversification of income sources as a common strategy to stabilize their income throughout the year.

We view social networks as an important factor that influences diversification activities. Social interactions may help households to gain ideas, skills, services and information which could influence their decision Cited by: 1. Book Description. Accumulation of assets to enable the diversification of activities has been established as crucial in helping the rural poor escape poverty.

The empowerment of women has been identified as a way to overcome inefficiencies in the allocation of resources within the family and so improve agrarian households’ productivity.realization of Tanzania Development Vision (TDV) that envisages raising the general standard of living of Tanzanians to the level of a typical medium-income developing country by After the launching of the Agricultural Sector Development Strategy (ASDS I, ), Value Addition and Rural Finance Support Programme (IFAD).

For File Size: 1MB.“Rural Development: Policies and Perspective in Tanzania.” In Rural Development: National Policies and Experiences, edited by Rameshwar Prasad .