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Women’s right to land: A critical analysis of the dispute resolution processes of inherited land under customary law and Islamic law. A case of Ilemela district Mwanza: Tanzania
Women’s substantives right to inherit land from their deceased husband’s estate and their ability to enforce that right through various dispute resolution mechanisms are serious problems that affect thousands of women who ...
A LESSON IN PRACTICALITIES: PROVISION AND DELIVERY OF HEALTH TO WOMEN IN THE TANZANIAN INFORMAL SECTOR VIA THE NATIONAL SOCIAL SECURITY FUND (NSSF)
Women in Tanzania’s informal sector, a large proportion of the population, remain without health insurance in breach of their right to enjoy such protection in terms of local, regional and international HR instruments ...
An assessment of child juvenile detainees’ access to legal aid in Tanzania
This study centres on the access to legal aid for child juvenile detainees in Tanzania mainland. The study aims at looking at access to legal aid by child juvenile detainees living in the retention home. Further it aims ...
Assessment of the water quality and spatial distribution of the major pollutants in Ngerengere River Catchment, Tanzania.
Pollution from natural and anthropogenic processes threatens available fresh water resources. This is the case for Ngerengere River in Wami/Ruvu basin in Tanzania. The pollution is aggravated by agricultural and industrial ...
An exploration of the benefits and challenges for women in inheritance matters if men write wills nominating their wives and daughters as heirs and beneficiaries: A study in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania
This research focuses on the impact of inheritance laws on women and girls in Tanzania. The study was done to explore the benefits and challenges for women in inheritance matters if men write wills nominating their wives ...