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Title:Tanzania planners' handbook: a guide for development planning
Editors:Lifuliro, C.
Zilihona, I.
Mdendemi, T.
Kamanzi, A.
Kinyashi, G.
Dijk, T. van
Series:ASC occasional publications
Notes:2nd edition (1st edition 1989)
City of publisher:Leiden
Publisher:African Studies Centre Leiden (ASCL)
Geographic term:Tanzania
Subjects:economic planning
regional planning
rural development
textbooks (form)
External link:https://hdl.handle.net/1887/58342
Abstract:The Tanzania Planners' Handbook is a practical guide in the process of planning for practicing planners and other professionals engaged as functional managers and officers in Tanzania. In seeking to provide practical guidelines for those professionally engaged in the planning process, the Handbook still focuses on presenting three main aspects: (i) required concepts; (ii) appropriate approaches and procedures; and (iii) relevant methods and techniques. It has been written to orient Planners to perform their daily work. It gives a review of major planning concepts and methods Planners need to be familiar with. It discusses the appropriate planning approaches and procedures the Planners can make use of. It explains and/or refers to the analytical tools that the Planners use to make planning successful. It indicates which optimum data are required for what kind of development to take place and where such data are available.