Political Science And International Relations Research Papers/Topics

The socio-economic impacts of tourism on the street children in urban Tanzania; A case study of Arusha Municipality.

ABSTRACT  This study examines the socio-economic impacts of tourism on street children in urban Tanzania, taking a case study of Arusha Municipality. The specific objectives of the study, to provide an overview on growth of tourism and the increase of street children. The study sought to identify socio-economic impacts of tourism on the growth of the problem of street and finally to examine the effort being made by tourism, government and other stakeholder in helping or reduce the number and...

The Interface Amongst Local-Level Government Institutions And The Curbing Of Illegal Migration In Tanzania: A Case Study Of Ngara District

ABSTRACT  This study assessed the interface among local-level government institutions and their collective influence in curbing illegal migration in Tanzania, with Ngara District as a case study. The study examined the magnitude of illegal migration in Tanzania, and the extent of collaboration among local-level government institutions over illegal migration. In addition, the study evaluated the effectiveness of regional administration to coordinate efforts in mitigating illegal migration whi...

India-Pakistani Relations For Asian Peace In The New Millennium.

ABSTRACT The India-Pakistani perennial conflicts over the past six decades, in the struggle to possess Kashmir, have been posing serious problems to the international community. This anomaly in their relations has raised some crucial questions by this study such as: Does the continuing dispute between India and Pakistan, over Kashmir, carry the risk of nuclear war in Asia? Furthermore, would the resolution of the India-Pakistani dispute create the opportunity for the settlement of other boun...

External Debt And Crisis Of Development In Africa: Nigerian Experience 1999-2007

ABSTRACT The study sets out to interrogate the relationships between external debt and crisis of development in Africa within the period 1999-2007 in Nigeria. The aim of the research was to provide a framework that explains the effect of external debt on national development. The theory of post colonial state was adopted as the analytical framework to demonstrate that Nigeria has followed a developmental strategy dictated by the interest of the imperialists and their local allies among the i...

Institutional Capacity And Implementation Of The National Identification Card Policy In Tanzania

ABSTRACT  This study was designed to investigate the impact of lack of institutional capacity of a government department on policy implementation. The study had four specific objectives with related research questions. The objectives were to identify policy strategies for the implementation of National Identification Authority (NIDA) in Tanzania; to examine the significance of the implementation of the national identification cards by NIDA in Tanzania; to assess the challenges that hinder th...

The Contribution Of Foreign Tourism Investors To The Growth Of Small Tourism Enterprises: A Case Study Of Nungwi – Zanzibar

ABSTRACT This study evaluates the contribution of foreign tourism investors to the growth of Small Tourism Enterprise (STEs) in Nungwi - Zanzibar. The study is focusing to identify the contribution of foreign tourism investors, also to determine what constitutes the growth of small tourism enterprises through critical assessment, to determine the relationship between the provisions of employment opportunities created by foreign tourism investors to the growth of small tourism enterprises and...

An Assessement Of The Achievements Of The Directorate Of Food, Roads And Rural Infrastructure (Dfrri)'S Programe In The Rural Development Effort Of The Ibrahim B. Babangida's Regime In Nigeri

ABSTRACT All over the world, the standard of living of nations in the world has varied due to the varied levels of development attained by different nations. Within a nation, different standard of living is always observed. Nigeria is not an exception. It is obvious that rural areas continue to be less developed than their urban counterparts. This continues to be a source of worry to successive governments of Nigeria. Successive efforts were therefore, put in place to bridge the gap between...

Investigations Of Dodoma Municipal Hard Water: (Part 1): Review Of Hard Water Treatment Processes And Identification Of Contaminants

Abstract In this work, a preliminary investigation of the quality of Dodoma municipal water, as well as a review of potential methods for removing hardness from this water, were undertaken. The water quality parameters such as pH, titratible residue, total hardness, carbonate hardness, calcium, magnesium, fluoride, nitrate, sulphate and iron ions were measured using standard procedures. The results were compared with allowable levels for drinking water. It was observed that the calcium ions...

The Presidency And Challenges Of Shifting Foreign Policy And Diplomatic Relations In Tanzania

ABSTRACT  This dissertation reports the findings of the investigation of the presidency and the challenges of shifting foreign policy and diplomatic relations in Tanzania. In particular, the study sought to establish the reasons for and implications of shifting foreign policy approach and diplomatic relations in Tanzania. The study employed qualitative research approach, through documentary reviews and interviews with key informants. The informants of the study included retired presidents, r...

Challenges Of International Human Rights Institutions Over Child Labour: A Case Of Dar-Essalaam

ABSTRACT This study assessed the challenges of International Human Rights Institutions over Child labour in Dar es Salaam. The study specifically, aimed at identifying the strategies of the international human rights institutions over child labour, to examine the effectiveness of international human rights Institutions dealing with child labour, to uncover the challenges facing International human right institution over child labour and to propose the measures to insure the reducing of child...

The Role Of Foreign Direct Investment In Changing People’s Livelihood: A Case Of Vodacom In Karatu District, Tanzania

ABSTRACT This study is about the role of Foreign Direct Investments in changing people’s livelihood: A case of Vodacom in Karatu District, Tanzania. The study was undertaken in Karatu District, Arusha Region, especially in Karatu town, Qurus, and Ganako wards, where one village was chosen from each ward. The study has involved a sample of 143 respondents comprising those who were interviewed and those who filled questionnaires. This sample was derived by applying purposive and simple rando...

The Challenges Of International Human Rights Organizations In Promoting And Protecting Human Rights: A Case Study Of African Court On Human And People’s Rights

ABSTRACT This study explored the challenges faced by the International Human Rights Organizations in promoting and protecting civil and political rights. African Court on Human and Peoples Rights was selected to inform the study. The study had four specific objectives these are; the first objective was to determine the funding and financial situation of the African Court; the second objective was to identify the accessibility and coverage of the Court; the third objective was to assess the s...

An Appraisal Of Parliamentary Diplomacy In A Contemporary Scenario: The Case Of Tanzania

ABSTRACT The overall objective of this study was to make a critical appraisal of Parliamentary Diplomacy in the contemporary scenario focusing on Tanzania. In the assessment, the following independent variables namely: practices of parliamentarians and representation in international fora, degree of parliamentarians involvement in relevant international fora, usefulness and dissemination of information from those fora were taken into consideration. Parliamentary diplomacy was considered as t...

Multinational Corporations and Corporate Social Responsibility: An Investigation of Shell and their Relationship with their Host Communities in Nigeria

Abstract: Organizations exist to meet set objectives. In order to achieve those set objectives, bearing in mind that organizations do not exist in a vacuum but rather in a society, the relationship between the organization and its social milieu must be cordial and this can be achieved through good corporate social responsibilities. This paper analysed Shell�s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) so as to ascertain if it has in any manner, affected its relationship with its host communities...

The Effect Of Women Involvement In Violent Crime: A Case Study Of Kayole, Nairobi County

Historically, the subject of women involvement in crime has been minimal in research. Similarly violent crimes have often been associated with the male gender. With changing gender roles and societal pressure on women however, the involvement of women in violent of women in crime has been on the increase. This study therefore set out to examine the effect of women involvement in violent crime in the Republic of Kenya with a key focus on Kayole area in Nairobi County and how this role has chan...


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