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This book is the results of study conducted in Korogwe District, Tanga region to determine impact of extended family on household poverty.
In Tanzania Poverty is characterized by low income and expenditure, high mortality and morbidity, poor nutritional status, low education attainment, vulnerability to external shocks and exclusion from economic, social and political processes.
As in many African countries, Tanzania extended families exist in both rural and urban areas.
The book explains existence of the relationship between poverty and extended family; suggesting that extended family can capture important dimensions of poverty.
The book provides input for proper government strategies, NGOs, CBOs, Policy makers, planners, educationalist and the public in general.
Kaijage is Assistant Lecturer at the department of Sociology, at Stella Maris Mtwara University College, Tanzania.
Having Bachelor of arts in Sociology from University of Dar es Salaam and Masters of Arts in Rural Development from Sokoine University of Tanzania, he currently undertaking PhD (Sociology) at University of Dar es Salaam.
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