Creating New Actors and Partnerships: Case of Tanzania

Romeo V. Turcan, Aikande Kwayu, Titus Tossy, Norman Fraser, Felix Nandonde

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Abstract

The purpose of this working paper is to highlight issues and challenges of starting up new sectors in emerging economies and of identifying and channeling appropriate support from development organizations. Although being addressed within the context of Tanzania, these issues and challenges are generic and ubiquitous throughout emerging economies and troublesome for development organizations. Hence another aim is to share these with a wider audience and stimulate a discussion among researchers, policy makers and support providers. The paper is an excerpt from a project application developed by a University from Denmark in cooperation with academic and business partners from Tanzania and submitted for funding to a development organization.
Original languageEnglish
Publication dateMay 2017
Publication statusPublished - May 2017

Keywords

  • Legitimation
  • New actors
  • New partnerships
  • Capacity building
  • Sector NGO
  • Cause NGO
  • Software
  • Dried fruit
  • Tanzania
  • Denmark
  • Danida

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