Political Science And International Relations Research Papers/Topics

Terrorism And The Vulnerability Of Tourism In Tanzania: A Case Study Of Urban West Region In Zanzibar

ABSTRACT Currently, terrorism is the one among the major problems affecting global economy, human security and life in general. One of the most affected sectors in the economy is tourism. The study intended to focus on the vulnerability of tourism sector in Tanzania to terrorism taking Urban West region of Zanzibar as its case study. Like any other country in the world, Zanzibar tourism is also being affected by terrorism, because of the existing threats all over the world and some incidence...

Challenges And Prospects Of USA Foreign Aid And Assistance In Tanzania: A Case Study Of Tanesco

ABSTRACT The purpose of this study was to examine the challenges and prospects of USA foreign Aid and Assistance in Tanzania taking Tanzania Electric Supply Company (TANESCO) as a case study. The study employed qualitative and quantitative approaches in the process of data analysis; data were collected to those respondents in Dar-es-salaam. Also convenience and purposive sampling procedures were adopted as means of obtaining needed respondents. 110 respondents including MCA-T TANESCO officia...

CHALLENGES TO UNITED NATIONS EFFORTS TOWARDS ENSURING INTERNATIONAL PEACE AND SECURITY IN THE POST-COLD WAR ERA

Abstract: Subsequent  to  the  dissolution  of  the  Soviet  Union  on  26  December  1991,  the  cold  war  era were  terminated. This  ushered  the  world  into  the  post-cold  war  era.  The  post-cold  cold  war  era  saw  the  period  of  rapid advancement  in  science  and  technology.  New  security  challenges  began  to  emerge.  Despite  the  United Nations  changing  strategy  to  meet  up  with  the  new  peace  and  secur...

The Role Of The Police Force In Combating Threats Of Terrorism: A Case Study Of Tanzania Police Force

ABSTRACT This study was conducted at the Tanzania Police Force Headquarters in Dar es Salaam. The objective of the study was to examine the role of the Police Force in combating threats of terrorism in Tanzania. Primary and secondary data were collected using quantitative and qualitative techniques. Specific objectives included providing an overview of the state of terrorism in Tanzania, Examining existing international collaboration with TPF in combating threats of terrorism and finally to d...

Role Of The World Food Programme In Promoting Access To Primary Education In Monduli District, Tanzania

ABSTRACT This study has focused on examining the role of International Organizations in promoting access to primary education in Tanzania using World Food Programme in Monduli-Arusha. The study has been undertaken in Monduli District, Arusha region. The sample involved a total of 100 respondents who filled in the questionnaires. This sample has been derived through the application of purposive and random sampling methods. All of the aforementioned methods have been used to collect information...

The Contribution Of International Institutions To Women Economic Empowerment. A Case Of The United Nations Entity For Gender Equality And The Empowerment Of Women (Unw)

ABSTRACT The past three decades from the 80‘s have witnessed a steadily increasing awareness of the need to empower women through measures that increase social, economic and political equity. In recognition of the importance of establishing gender equality around the world the United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (UNW)) was established in 1984. Thus, this study aimed to examine the contribution of the UN Women in women economic empowerment. The contribution...

Investments And Employment Opportunities In The Tourist Sector In Zanzibar: A Case Study Of Hotel Investment:

ABSTRACT Tourist hotel investments and employment opportunities is the trend which is discussed by almost every person with expectation that it has capacity to reduce unemployment rate and provide economic benefits to ordinary people and the government at large. This study was designed to examine relationship existing between tourist hotel investments and employment opportunities. The study wants to understand if people have benefited in terms of employment opportunities from those hotel inv...

An Assessment Of Tanzania’s Foreign Policy And Her Relations With Israel

ABSTRACT This study assessed Tanzania‘s Foreign Policy and the factors that prompted the reorientation of Tanzania‘s relations with Israel. The study draws from the historically unstable relations between the two countries especially from 1967 to 1995 and stagnant relations between 1995 to 2014. However, as of May 2018, Tanzania established her embassy in Tel Aviv, Israel, signifying a shift in the relations between the two countries. From this setting, the study had three specific object...

Voter’s Perceptions On Participation Of International Election Observers In Tanzania’s 2015 Presidential Elections: A Case Of Ilala Constituency

ABSTRACT The study focused on voters‘ perception on participation of international election observers in Tanzania‘s 2015 presidential election, a case of Ilala constituency in Dar es salaam region. The general objective of this study was to assess voters‘ perception on participation of international election observers in Tanzania‘s 2015 Presidential elections. Descriptive cross-sectional survey technique was used and systematic random sampling was employed to select respondent for the...

Non-State Actors In Tanzania And The Implementation Of The East African Community Common Market: A Case Study Of Dar Es Salaam And Arusha Regions

ABSTRACT The objective of this study was to understand how the non-involvement of the nonstate actors in Tanzania may have adversely influenced the implementation of the Common Market. The basic issue of concern is that the implementation of the Common Market in Tanzania has ignored non-state actors who are key players on the grounds. In addressing this issue as well as achieving the objective, non-state actors and private sectors participation in the EA Common Market were analyzed by using p...

The Challenges For Immigration And Illegal Immigrant A Case Of Zanzibar

ABSTRACT The study was designed to analyse illegal immigrants in Tanzania, this study aimed at analyzing challenges for Immigration and illegal immigrant in Zanzibar, The study used exploratory research approach where it explored, examined, and then provided the analysis of the data collected in the field. The study used questionnaire, interview and documentary review guides as tools of collecting data. Also it employed sample of 80 respondents to represent 350 employees of Zanzibar Immigrati...

Contribution Of Microfinance Institutions To Changing Poor People’s Economic Status: A Case Of Basic Resources Across Communities (Brac) In Dodoma Municipality

ABSTRACT This study examined the contributions of Microfinance Institutions to changing poor people‘s economic status, focusing on Basic Resources across Communities (BRAC) in Dodoma Municipality The objectives of the study were: to examine the roles of BRAC in changing poor people‘s economic status. To analyze the challenges facing BRAC in loans delivery systems to its clients. To assess the direct and indirect costs that BRAC clients incur when accessing Microfinance services. The study...

Contribution Of The Zanzibar State Trading Corporation (Zstc) To Clove Production In Zanzibar

ABSTRACT The study focused on the clove production in Zanzibar. The main objective of the study was to assess the role of the Zanzibar State Trading Corporation (ZSTC) in clove production. The specific objectives were to examine the quality of services provided by the Zanzibar States Trading Corporation (ZSTC), to identify challenges facing clove farmers, to examine (ZSTC) assistance to clove growers/farmers in the effort of increasing clove production, to identify reasons for (ZSTC) to remai...

Conflict Resolution Methods And The Tanzania-Malawi Border Dispute

ABSTRACT This study mainly focused on assessing the viability of conflict resolution methods, particularly mediation method, in the Tanzania-Malawi border dispute. The study was conducted in Kyela district in Mbeya region of Tanzania and it followed a cross-sectional research design. A total number of 100 respondents were involved in the study whereby methods such as fieldwork survey, interviews, focused group discussions and documentary review were employed during data collection. The analys...

The Contribution Of International Nongovernmental Organizations In Promoting Elderly-Friendly Health Services Delivery In Tanzania: A Case Of Helpage International In Morogoro Municipality

ABSTRACT This study assessed the contribution of INGOs in promoting elderly-friendly health services delivery in Tanzania: a case of the HelpAge international in Morogoro municipality with three specific objectives, namely to examine the role of INGOs in resource mobilization and funding to improve physical health infrastructure in Tanzania: to investigate the extent of facilitating training of staff in for preventive health to elderly people in Tanzania; and finally to investigate the effic...


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