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Tanzania put education high on the agenda at independence. Here are the results 60 years on

By Simon Ngalomba, Lecturer, University of Dar es Salaam
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Soon after independence from Britain in 1961, Tanzania declared war on three main obstacles to its development goals – ignorance, disease and poverty. Well ahead of other African countries, Tanzania introduced a universal primary education programme in 1974 in keeping with its “education for self-reliance” policy.

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