Community development practices in Tanzania: issues and challenges

  • Bernard P. Ndiege Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children
Mots-clés: communauté, action communautaire, développement, formation, recherche

Résumé

The history of community development in mainland Tanzania can be traced back just after the Second World War. From this time, more improvement has been made, even after independence (1961). Activities which are carried out originated from the communities themselves. In this respect, community development workers do their best to identify local available resources in collaboration with community members (community participation) to ensure sustainability of different projects throughout the country. Current challenges in a context of a wide variety of cults and cultures include training competent workers, adopting a national approach and conducting more in-depth research.

Publiée
2019-12-18
Comment citer
Ndiege, B. (2019). Community development practices in Tanzania: issues and challenges. Animation, Territoires Et Pratiques Socioculturelles (Revue ATPS), (16), 13-20. Consulté à l’adresse https://edition.uqam.ca/atps/article/view/448