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 Tanzanian People's Defense Force - Military
Tanzania spent $21.2 million on military in the year 2005.
Tanzania was formed by the merger of Tanganyika and Zanzibar.
Military expenditures of GDP - percent of GDP:
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 Center for Immigration Studies
Many governments are justifying the use of military force in immigration and refugee matters because of the massive logistical challenges posed by managing large groups of people.
Military troops, they argue, can create refugee camps or temporary housing centers — complete with health clinics and dining facilities — on a scale and at a pace that simply cannot by duplicated by other government agencies.
It is clear that military involvement in immigration and refugee matters is a growing trend.
www.cis.org /articles/1997/IR29/smith.html   (1066 words)

 Tanzania (09/06)
Tanzania's first president, Julius Nyerere also was one of the founding members of the Non-Aligned Movement, and, during the Cold War era, Tanzania played an important role in regional and international organizations, such as the Non-Aligned Movement, the front-line states, the G-77, and the Organization of African Unity (OAU).
Tanzania enjoys good relations with its neighbors in the region and in recent years has been an active participant in efforts to promote the peaceful resolution of disputes.
Tanzania helped to broker peace talks to end the conflict in Burundi; a comprehensive cease-fire was signed in Dar es Salaam on September 7, 2006.
www.state.gov /r/pa/ei/bgn/2843.htm   (4650 words)

 Tanzania: African Security Review Vol 10 No 1
Tanzania is a poor country: some accounts place it second from the bottom on the poverty scale in Africa, although this position is disputed by many knowledgeable people.
The ease with which military commanders interacted with commissioners was a measure of the acceptance of the armed forces by the civilian authorities.
One of the common slogans in the military was Amini haini, that is Amin the traitor.
www.iss.co.za /pubs/ASR/10No1/Lupogo.html   (6382 words)

 Wikipedia: Tanzania
The United Republic of Tanzania (Jamhuri ya Muungano wa Tanzania in Swahili) is a country on the east coast of central Africa.
Tanzania is one of the poorest countries in the world.
Military of Tanzania From the CIA World Factbook 2000.
www.factbook.org /wikipedia/en/t/ta/tanzania.html   (348 words)

 Tanzania  -  Travel Photos by Galen R Frysinger, Sheboygan, Wisconsin
Tanzania Under Nyerere In January 1964 Nyerere survived an abortive military coup; later, in an effort to strengthen his government against revolutionary violence, he opened discussions with Prime Minister Karume of Zanzibar that led to the formation of Tanzania in April.
Tanzania Since Nyerere succeeded in the presidency by Ali Hassan Mwinyi; however, Nyerere retained the chairmanship of the Revolutionary Party of Tanzania until August 1990.
Representatives of Burundi, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda, and Zaire (now the Democratic Republic of the Congo or DRC) met in November 1995 and agreed on a plan for the repatriation of refugees, but many refugees refused to return to their countries.
www.galenfrysinger.com /tanzania.htm   (1030 words)

 Discover the Wisdom of Mankind on Tanzania   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Tanzania, officially the United Republic of Tanzania (Jamhuri ya Muungano wa Tanzania in Swahili), is a country on the east coast of Africa.
However, CCM comfortably won the elections and its candidate Benjamin Mkapa was subsequently sworn in as the new president of the United Republic of Tanzania on 23 November 1995.
Tanzania is mountainous in the north-east, where Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa's highest peak, is situated.
www.blinkbits.com /blinks/tanzania   (2362 words)

 Tanzania country information
The United Republic of Tanzania is located in eastern Africa on the Indian Ocean between Mozambique and Kenya and includes the island of Zanzibar.
Tanzania’s president and vice president are elected by popular vote for five-year terms.
Economy: Tanzania’s primarily agrarian economy is constrained by geography and environmental factors such as low and erratic rainfall, soil erosion and deforestation.
www.elca.org /countrypackets/tanzania/desc.html   (733 words)

 JURIST - Tanzania: Tanzanian Law, Legal Research, Human Rights
Tanzania's president and National Assembly members are elected concurrently by direct popular vote for 5-year terms.
For administrative purposes, Tanzania is divided into 25 regions--20 on the mainland, 3 on Zanzibar, and 2 on Pemba.
Military courts do not try civilians, and there are no security courts.
jurist.law.pitt.edu /world/tanzania.htm   (1035 words)

 Tanzania, Landmine Monitor Report 2006
Tanzania also attended the intersessional Standing Committee meetings in Geneva in June 2005, where it made statements on Article 7 reporting and stockpiled mines, and in May 2006, where it made a statement on retained mines.
Tanzania’s main link to the landmine problem has been the refugee population entering from neighboring countries; a few nationals have reportedly been killed or injured in the border areas.
Tanzania does not have specific legislation protecting the rights and needs of people with disabilities; people with physical disabilities have limited access to healthcare, education and employment due to physical barriers and a limited disability budget.
www.icbl.org /lm/country/tanzania   (1887 words)

 AIDS prevention in the military   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Military personnel, too, risk contracting or spreading the fatal illness, whether deployed as belligerents or peacekeepers.
The behaviour of the Dutch contingent in Cambodia lends statistical weight to a truism of military life: that for as long as there have been wars and young men to fight them, soldiers have found opportunities for sex and, inevitably, for the transmission of sexually transmitted diseases.
African military leaders and the international community have focused instead on preventing the illness, developing HIV education and prevention materials for inclusion in existing military training programmes.
www.un.org /ecosocdev/geninfo/afrec/vol15no1/aidsmil.htm   (2557 words)

 Tanzania - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Tanzania has considerable land area of wildlife habitat, including much of the Serengeti plain, where Blue Wildebeest and other bovids participate in a large scale annual migration.
Mbaraka Mwinshehe was the most popular and original musician of Tanzania, also there is a greater influx of musicians from the Democratic Republic of Congo (formerly Zaire), who were entering the country as refugees and made residence in the country.
Tanzania also has many private-run media outlets, and broadcasts from the BBC Radio, Voice of America and Deutsche Welle can also be heard in Tanzania.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Tanzania   (4809 words)

 Tanzania National Website
During the last eighteen years, Tanzania has undertaken many different approaches in attempting to slow the spread of HIV infection and minimize its impact on individuals, families and the society in general.
In Tanzania, transmission of HIV occurs mainly through heterosexual contact beginning in the early teen years and peaking before the age of 30.
In Tanzania when one is enrolled in the army, one is confined in a camp and barred from getting married for six years.
www.tanzania.go.tz /hiv_aids.html   (5314 words)

 President of Tanzania to speak here Sept. 28
Tanzania was formed in 1964 through a union of Tanganyika and Zanzibar, and is home to more than 38 million people and 120 tribal groups.
Tanzania has a spectacular landscape that includes Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest point in Africa at 19,341 feet; Serengeti National Park, a popular safari destination; and Lake Victoria, the largest lake in Africa.
Tanzania has more land – 13,000 square miles – devoted to national parks and game reserves than any other wildlife area in the world.
www.stthomas.edu /bulletin/news/200639/Monday/Talk9_25_06.cfm   (452 words)

 Tanzania People's Defence Force - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Julius Nyerere told the nation that Tanzania had the reason to fight Amin, was intent on fighting Amin and had the ability to defeat him.
The war effort was not for the army alone on 22 November 1978, but for the entire population, the nation understood him and the reaction was predictable.
In April 1979, Tanzania took Kampala and Amin fled the country to Libya and eventually ending up in Saudi Arabia after falling out of favour with Muammar al-Qaddafi.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Military_of_Tanzania   (746 words)

 ABCP--Site of the Project is Tanzania
With a land mass twice the size of California, Tanzania is situated on the East African seaboard between latitudes 1 degree and 11 degrees south and longitudes 30 degrees and 40 degrees east.
Primary education is compulsory in Tanzania and about 85% of persons over the age of 15 are literate, but not enough schools are available to accommodate all of the children.
By the transfer of a small amount of funds from lands of greater economic bounty to a poor but proud Tanzania, much benefit can be accomplished in the preservation of the mpingo tree--one of Tanzania's national treasures.
www.blackwoodconservation.org /where.html   (2316 words)

 Timeline Tanzania
Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil of Egypt, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed and Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani of Tanzania, and Fahid Mohammed Ally Msalam and Sheik Ahmed Salim Swedan of Kenya.
1999 Dec 6, In Tanzania a UN court convicted Georges Rutaganda on 3 of 8 charges of genocide against Tutsis committed when he was vice president of the Interhamwe death squads in Rwanda in 1994.
Voting in national and regional elections on mainland Tanzania was postponed to Dec. 18 because of a vice presidential candidate's death.
timelines.ws /countries/TANZANIA.HTML   (3348 words)

 Tanzania 2004
Unlike Kenya, Tanzania's military is neither omnipresent, nor a source of shakedowns.
After independence from the British, Julius Nyereres in the 60's made efforts to steer Tanzania away from total reliance on an export economy (the European model in place) and towards more internal self reliance; with food crops based on individual farmers rather than large specialty farms geared towards export crops.
Though still plaqued with World Bank and IMF debt (which in many respects are probably vestiges of colonial influence), it is more self reliant and does not have the massive landless rural proverty found with some of their more financially endowed neighbors.
www.newhopepa.com /PlanetEarth/Africa/Tanzania_04_default.htm   (188 words)

 Tanzania (including Zanzibar)
Tanzanian authorities require that travelers who are not in possession of the visa and entry stamps obtained upon admission to Tanzania visit the immigration office prior to departure to regularize their status.
Road and traffic conditions in Tanzania differ markedly from those found in the United States and present hazards that require drivers to exercise continual alertness and caution.
Travelers and U.S. citizens resident in Tanzania are strongly urged to maintain legal immigration status while in Tanzania to avoid difficulties with local immigration authorities.
travel.state.gov /travel/cis_pa_tw/cis/cis_1038.html   (2744 words)

 Tanzania: military flags   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Naval ensign of Tanzania: red cross on white, national flag in canton.
In Cochrane and Elliott's Military Aircraft Insignia of the World (1998) [cos98] is written:
Jeshi la Wanachi la Tanzania was formed in 1965 and adopted the roundel as shown above.
www.allstates-flag.com /fotw/flags/tz^.html   (255 words)

 FOXNews.com - U.S. Rebuilds a Clinic in Tanzania - International News | News of the World | Middle East News | Europe ...
MSATA, Tanzania — The U.S. military looked at this town and saw something more than empty wells, a crumbling pharmacy and sun-baked dirt _ it saw an opportunity to fight terrorism by rebuilding a clinic.
Hunt acknowledged that extremist ideology is not readily apparent in Msata and the rest of Tanzania's Bagamoyo District, a rural area home mainly to nomadic herdsmen and Maasai tribespeople, more than 60 miles from Dar es Salaam.
The projects in the Horn of Africa are led by more than 1,500 people from the U.S. military as well as doctors and soldiers from the host nations.
www.foxnews.com /wires/2006Aug17/0,4670,USMilitaryAfrica,00.html   (613 words)

 Military of Thailand   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
The military is still trained in Thailand's martial art Lerdrit the military version of Muay Thai (Thai boxing).
Military Elite in Thai Politics: Brief Biographical Data on the Officers in the Thai Legislature
To who is interested in recent Thai politics this book is a valuable reference choice, to well understand all the event descriptions.
www.freeglossary.com /Thailand/Military   (415 words)

 NDF Part of Military Exercise in Tanzania   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
A media officer in the Defence Ministry, Mr Frans Nghitila, yesterday told the Namibia Press Agency (Nampa) that the exercise is part of an initiative to find a common approach among the armies of SADC countries in case of natural or humanitarian disasters in the sub-region.
The military exercise would be under the auspices of France’s Reinforcement of African Peacekeeping Capabilities scheme.
This is part of an initiative to improve coordination between the continent’s armies in the fields of humanitarian or natural disasters.
www.grnnet.gov.na /News/Archive/2002/February/Week3/ndf.htm   (285 words)

 Marine Corps News Room: Military exercise in Tanzania benefits villagers
MSATA, Tanzania — Howling village dancers and U.S. troops, along with a young man clenching a snake in his mouth, helped mark the climax of a regional anti-terrorism and disaster relief exercise in East Africa on Thursday.
While Hunt and other U.S. officials acknowledged the threat of Islamic fundamentalists establishing bases in Tanzania had declined since the 1998 U.S. Embassy bombing in Dar Es Salaam, they touted the exercise as a demonstration of a “long-term commitment” to the region.
All told, U.S. and local military doctors treated some 11,000 people in Tanzania, Uganda and Kenya during the exercise, officials said.
www.marine-corps-news.com /2006/08/military_exercise_in_tanzania.htm   (544 words)

 Tanzania - Gurupedia
Swahili) is a country on the east coast of central Africa.
Zanzibar merged to form the nation of Tanzania on April 26, 1964.
Although it has vast amount of natural resources like gold deposits, beautiful national parks which are underdeveloped and less exploited thus they generate little revenue.
www.gurupedia.com /t/ta/tanzania.htm   (486 words)

 USMHRP International Network: Tanzania | U.S. Military HIV Research Program
Activities in Tanzania, where HIV-1 subtype C is predominant, focus on strain surveillance, cohort development and social behavior.
Studies in Tanzania, conducted with the University of Munich, are looking at high-risk adults along trade centers of the Trans-African Highway and the role of multiple serial infections in generating recombinant viruses.
Efforts to develop a military referral level laboratory at the TPDF’s national hospital, Lugalo, in Dar es Salaam will commence in 2006 to improve referral services by providing a clinical lab quality assurance/quality control (QA/QC) program, as well as surveillance and monitoring capacity to the military in Tanzania.
www.hivresearch.org /global-efforts/tanzania.html   (741 words)

 Military Of Tanzania   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
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www.appliedlanguage.com /country_guides/tanzania_country_military.shtml   (202 words)

 World Press Review - Tanzania - Brittish Air Traffic Control System
In late December, the purchase from the United Kingdom of a US$40-million radar system for the Tanzanian air system sparked off a controversy in the British Cabinet and drew criticism in Tanzania and beyond.
Experts questioned why Tanzania needed such an expensive system when it was clear that a more efficient one, at least for the civilian aviation industry, could be built for around a quarter of the cost.
In its Dec. 25 issue, Majira reported that the Tanzania Labor Party had petitioned Prime Minister Tony Blair to stop the radar deal, as it would give rise to severe economic implications for ordinary Tanzanians.
www.worldpress.org /africa/0302tanzania.htm   (428 words)

 Yale University Library
Volume 1: Africa - a compilation of current information on cultural, geographical, and political conditions in the countries and cities of six continents, based on the Department of State's "Post reports".
CIA World Factbook - quick overview of population, government, economy, military and transnational issues.
INCORE Country Guide: Tanzania - annotated guide to Internet sources including news sources, newsgroups, reports, and NGOs as well as the texts of treaties and peace agreements.
www.library.yale.edu /african/tanzania.html   (566 words)

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