alexa Abstract | Prolonging Conflict and Service Delivery in Tarime
ISSN: 2332-0761

Journal of Political Sciences & Public Affairs
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This study focused on the examining the impacts of prolonging conflicts and political instability on service delivery in Tanzania and Tarime cited as a case study. The research took place in Tarime district of Mara region where the researcher conducted his practical training as well as making an investigation on prolonging conflicts and political instability on service delivery using Tarime as one among of the major places found in Tanzania with persisting conflicts. Relevant literature readings necessary for accomplishing the study were done, the researcher tried to look on how other authors tried to explain about prolonging conflicts, also the researcher tried to look how other authors says on the impacts of prolonging conflicts and political instability on service delivery. The researchers used interview and questionnaire as a primary source of data collection from respondents, where other methods of data collection were not successful. The researcher administered face to face interview through continuous interaction with the targeted population who are Kurya elders, Tarime indigenous and government officials. Secondary source of data included reports from Tarime central police, Nyamwaga police station. The researcher comes out with findings that revealed the major causes and impacts prolonging conflicts and political instability on service delivery as well as the strategies used by the government to solve the given conflict. Conclusion and recommendation have been drawn, where the research has found out that the government measures are all ineffective and therefore the study recommends the government to work with the local community and come up with better short term and long term solutions to eradicate the problem of prolonged conflicts and political instability in Tarime

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Author(s): Kwach E* and Adam C


Prolonging conflict, Service delivery, Tarime, Democracy, Law and Order, Media Communication, Media Politics, Nationality, Political Regime, Political Science, Public Interest, Political Violence, Politics, Public Affairs, Public Awareness, Public Policy, Public Safety, Women Politics, Foreign Policy, Political Economy, Trade Policy, Welfare State

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