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Title:Changing village land, labour and livelihoods: Rungwe and Kyela districts, Tanzania
Author:Mwamfupe, DavisISNI
Year:1998
Issue:29
Language:English
Series:ASC working paper
City of publisher:Leiden
Publisher:African Studies Centre
Geographic term:Tanzania
Subjects:rural society
rural economy
agricultural workers
rural households
External link:https://hdl.handle.net/1887/422
Abstract:This paper presents the findings of a field study carried out in two villages (Kyimo and Ngonga) in Rungwe and Kyela districts of Mbeya region in 1995. These districts, located in southwestern Tanzania near to the Malawian and Zambian borders, have long been recognized for their great agricultural potential. Now, however, rural population densities have reached critical levels and villagers are experimenting with various non-agricultural activities alongside their agricultural work. The main objectives of the study were to examine the changing features of household control over resources such as land, labour and capital and to document the evolution of non-agricultural labour activities. Changing patterns of land and labour allocation between generations within rural households are explored in relation to these themes.
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