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United Republic of Tanzania : Water Resources Assistance Strategy

ACCESS TO SAFE WATER ACCESS TO WATER ACCESS TO WATER SUPPLY ADEQUATE SANITATION AQUIFERS ARID AREAS BASIN MANAGEMENT BASINS CANALS CAPACITY BUILDING CATCHMENT CATCHMENT MANAGEMENT CATCHMENTS CIVIL SOCIETY CLEAN WATER CLIMATE VARIABILITY COASTAL AREAS COMMUNITY GROUPS COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION CONSERVATION COST RECOVERY COST SHARING COVERAGE DECISION MAKERS DECISION MAKING DEMAND MANAGEMENT DISCHARGE DOMESTIC WATER DOMESTIC WATER SUPPLY DOWNSTREAM USERS DRINKING WATER DROUGHT ECOSYSTEM ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT FARMING FISHING FLOOD CONTROL FLOODS FOOD INSECURITY FOOD SECURITY FRESHWATER FRESHWATER LAKES FRESHWATER RESOURCES GAS GOLD MINING GOOD GOVERNANCE GOVERNANCE OF WATER GROUNDWATER GROUNDWATER PUMPING GROUNDWATER QUALITY GROUNDWATER RECHARGE GROUNDWATER RESOURCES HYDROLOGICAL CYCLE HYDROPOWER DEVELOPMENT HYDROPOWER POTENTIAL HYDROPOWER PROJECT INDUSTRIAL PROCESSES INDUSTRIAL WASTEWATER INLAND FISHERIES INTERNATIONAL WATERS INVESTMENT CLIMATE IRRIGATION IRRIGATION AGENCIES IRRIGATION CHANNELS IRRIGATION DEVELOPMENT IRRIGATION SCHEME IRRIGATION WATER LAKE BASINS LAKES LAND DEGRADATION LAND USE LARGE DAMS LOW RAINFALL MANAGEMENT OF WATER MERCURY MERCURY CONTAMINATION MINERALS MUNICIPAL SEWAGE NATIONAL WATER POLICY NATURAL RESOURCES NONPOINT SOURCES PERMITS POLLUTION POLLUTION CONTROL POLLUTION CONTROL REGULATIONS POOR WATER QUALITY POPULATION GROWTH POTABLE WATER POWER GENERATION PROGRAMS QUALITY STANDARDS RAIN RAINFALL RESERVOIRS RIPARIAN RIPARIAN COUNTRIES RIVER BASIN RIVER BASIN MANAGEMENT RIVER SYSTEM RIVERS RURAL WATER RURAL WATER SUPPLY SALTWATER INTRUSION SAND SANITATION SANITATION FACILITIES SANITATION SERVICES SECTORAL WATER SERVICE DELIVERY SHARED WATERS SILT SOIL EROSION SOURCES OF WATER SPRINGS STORAGE CAPACITY STRATIFICATION SUBSIDENCE SURFACE WATER SURFACE WATER RESOURCES TOXIC CHEMICALS TREATMENT PLANTS URBAN RUNOFF URBAN WATER URBAN WATER SUPPLY USE OF WATER UTILITY MANAGEMENT WASHING WASTE DISCHARGES WASTEWATER WASTEWATER TREATMENT WATER ALLOCATION WATER AVAILABILITY WATER DEMAND WATER DEVELOPMENT WATER FLOWS WATER LAW WATER LEVELS WATER MANAGEMENT WATER NEEDS WATER PARTNERSHIP WATER POLICY WATER POLLUTION WATER POLLUTION CONTROL WATER QUALITY WATER REQUIREMENTS WATER RESOURCE WATER RESOURCES WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT WATER RIGHTS WATER SECTOR WATER SECTOR DEVELOPMENT WATER SHORTAGES WATER SOURCES WATER STORAGE WATER SUPPLIES WATER SUPPLY SERVICES WATER TREATMENT PLANT WATER USE WATER USER WATER USERS WATER USES WATER UTILITIES WATER UTILITY WATERSHEDS WETLANDS
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Africa | Tanzania
2016-03-15T16:35:43Z | 2016-03-15T16:35:43Z | 2006-02

In the past decade, Tanzania has experienced high economic growth and it is in the global limelight as a recent success story in Africa. A variety of factors have contributed to this success, including liberalized policies and reforms, infusion of external capital from development partners and the private sector, debt cancellation, and a strong performance by emerging sectors such as mining, tourism, and fisheries. Its social policies, largely influenced by the First President Julius Kambarage Nyerere, including a single national language and relative political stability have contributed to a strong sense of nationhood, which sets it apart from many of its neighbors and has provided an unusual degree of stability that has facilitated major economic transformation without a significant social backlash.

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