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Three Hundred Years On Kilimanjaro Mountain Area Vol 2

Author Name: Abisai Temba | Format: Paperback | Genre : Travel | Other Details

Through intensive and extensive research the frontiers of knowledge in social, economic, political and religious life of people of Kilimanjaro Mountain area has been extensively revealed. The book enables readers to see Kilimanjaro and its people from a much better view and perspectives. For the first time the book has assisted in removing the many gaps that existed in the history of Kilimanjaro and its people thus making progress in the effort to get a better and more comprehensive understanding of the Wa-Shaka people of Kilimanjaro. In that endeavor recognition is made of the esteemed contributions of people such as Charles Dundas (1924), Miss Mary Cathleen Stahl (1962) and a few other recent day persons such as Dr. Anzamen Lema. The book puts readers on a new level of understanding of Wa-Shaka people in a simple but understandable language, which makes it not only easily manageable but also friendly in the effort to comprehend its contents. It is a unique master piece of work.

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Academically the author holds a BA degree in Economics, MA (Economics), and MSC (Systems Development). In addition to that he also had the opportunity to undertake short professional development courses in Tanzania, South Africa, Korea, USA, Ghana and Ethiopia.

The author is a planning cum transport economist with long working experience in government and in private sector, at senior level. The author worked in government especially in ministries related to infrastructure development through which he got exposed to extensive policy and development matters that had great impact on the enhancement of his local and international exposure. He worked for about seven years as an international consultant in his field of specialization. In that process he not only, became coordinator of matters related to regional and international cooperation including management of protocols for infrastructure development but also engaged in preparing development programs for the government. He later retired from government service and for over seven years served as an international consultant before he quit that engagement and focused his attention on writing books.



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