Martin Petro MandaluStella Maris Mtwara University College (STEMMUCO) · Social Studies
Martin Petro Mandalu
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Martin P. Mandalu is the author of THE HIDDEN WEALTH OF TANZANIA and HOW TO THINK AS UNIVERSITY STUDENT - the new versions are now available at amazon outlets. His research areas of interest include: Youth Affairs, International development, Poverty Eradication, African Affairs
September 2010 - November 2019
Stella Maris Mtwara University College (STEMMUCO)
- Professor (Associate)
The book presents and discusses findings from various studies carried out in Kenya, Nigeria, Tanzania, Uganda, and South Africa which reveal that many university graduates fail to secure employment opportunities due to lack of important skills that are not taught in most universities in the continent. The briefly detailed systematic history of Wes...
The presentation discusses the SWOT of the working relationship between NGOs and the public sector particularly in the Mtwara region and in the country as a whole.
The paper investigates Tanzania's economic policies since independence. It examines the inherited colonial market economy; a period in which the economy was in the hands of minority. When the Tanzanian government realised that the system benefited only a score of the population, it abandoned the colonial market economy for an all-inclusive policy o...
The book introduces a new approach to development thinking and practice which is thoughts provoking and leads to discussion on how our future instructors, business owners, public servants should be prepared if at all Africa is to be more innovative and industrialise while contributing significantly to the world. The proposed approach deliberates on...
Poverty reduction has always been part of Tanzania's development agenda since independence in 1961. Despite wealth of natural resources, peace and political stability, the country has continued to be poor for decades. A number of strategies have been employed to address the problem; however, they have not been so successful. Studies have explored t...
The paper discusses development theories that underpinned Tanzania’s economy in the past five decades in the pursuit of development and poverty alleviation. The paper discusses modernization, dependency, and neo-liberalism. It proposes and discusses an alternative development model that the country can adopt to realise development and accelerate po...
The book is a collection of 14 papers from a host of authors coming from five diverse institutions in three countries. This is good, as it contains the potential for knowledge creation, given the diversity and multidisciplinary brought about by the authors; even though about 64 per cent - that is, nine of the 14 authors have either written about Ta...
Youth violence is a common phenomenon worldwide. It occurs in economic developed countries as well as in economic developing countries. The causes are diverse just like there are countries and cultures. Some causes however, cut across the world and others are peculiar to specific areas. Most youth would be violent as part of human development, that...
Tasnia ya Muziki Mkombozi wa Vijana Music Industry - Source of Employment to Youth in Tanzania This Project is accomplished. A swahili book- TASNIA YA MUZIKI MKOMBOZI WA VIJANA has now been written from a research project which aimed at investigating youth efforts in a music genre of BONGO FLAVA. Among other results findings revealed that youth e...
Masters of Arts (Development Studies) University of Dar es Salaam, Institute of Development Studies, 2008 The study investigated the factors that led to poor earnings of Bongo Flava youth artistes in Dar es Salaam. The sample constituted respondents who were artistes both popular and unpopular ones, radio stations, recording companies, music vendor...
Good day to you sirs,
Is it possible and can you work with me on the same subject in my country?
If possible I will be happy to work with you on the project of "living wage" to me this is important and sounds very interesting.