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This book dwells on a crucial theme regarding the eviction of an agro-pastoralist community that took place at Ihefu in Mbeya Region in 2007.
The central focus is on the impact of the eviction process to the affected community, specifically insofar as their socio-economic status and resettling issues are concerned.
Salient questions arise: what specific needs were they faced with? What measures were taken to cater for their needs? How did they adapt to the new situation? Who traced their footsteps? The data contained in this book attempts to respond to these prominent questions, including establishing policy measures that would be basic in formulating friendlier ‘eviction’ processes.
The book is also a suitable reference to students of community development issues.
Given Msigwa-Msomba is a Community Development professional, a lecturer and consultant.
She has wide experience in rural community development issues.
She is also a PhD holder in Rural Development.
She has co-authored with Mr.
P.Golowike another book entitled The Practice of Community Development: An Introduction to its Theories and Principles.
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