: page 69 Books in Tanzania are often expensive and hard to come by. : page 75 : page 16 Most Tanzanian literature is in Swahili or English. : page 75 Major figures in Tanzanian written literature include Shaaban Robert (considered the father of Swahili literature), Muhammed Saley Farsy, Faraji Katalambulla, Adam Shafi Adam, Muhammed Said Abdalla, Peter K. Palangyo, Said Ahmed Mohammed Khamis, Mohamed Suleiman Mohamed, Euphrase Kezilahabi, Gabriel Ruhumbika, Ebrahim Hussein, May Materru Balisidya, Fadhy Mtanga, Abdulrazak Gurnah, and Penina O.
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17 million tonnes), followed by cassava (1. 94 million tonnes), sweet potatoes (1. 88 million tonnes), beans (1. 64 million tonnes), bananas (1. 31 million tonnes), rice (1. 31 million tonnes), and millet (1. 04 million tonnes). : page 58 Sugar was the largest cash crop on the mainland in 2013 (296, 679 tonnes), followed by cotton (241, 198 tonnes), cashew nuts (126, 000 tonnes), tobacco (86, 877 tonnes), coffee (48, 000 tonnes), sisal (37, 368 tonnes), and tea (32, 422 tonnes).
Dodoma, on the other hand, saw a 7% increase in the prevalence of stunting in this age group, rising from 50% in 2005 to 57% in 2010.  Overall availability of food does not necessarily contribute to overall stunting figures. Iringa, Mbeya and Rukwa regions, where overall availability of food is considered acceptable, still experience stunting incidents in excess of 50%. In some areas where food shortages are common, such as in the Tabora and Singida regions, stunting instances remain comparatively less than those seen in Iringa, Mbeya and Rukwa.  The Tanzania Food and Nutrition Centre attributes these discrepancies to variance in maternal malnutrition, poor infant feeding practices, hygiene practices and poor healthcare services.  Periods of drought can have significant impacts on the production of crops in Tanzania.
Drought in East Africa has resulted in massive increases in the prices of food staples such as maize and sorghum, crops crucial to the nutrition of the majority of Tanzania's population. From 2015 to 2017 the price of maize when bought wholesale more than tripled, from TSh 400/= per kilogramme to 1, 253/= per kilogramme.  Farmers using a rice harvester to harvest rice in Igunga District, Tanzania Tanzania remains heavily agricultural, with 80% of the total population engaging in subsistence farming.  Rural areas are subjected to increased food shortages in comparison to urbanised areas, with a survey carried out within the country in 2017 finding 84% of people in rural areas suffering food shortages over a 3-month period compared to 64% of residents in cities.  This disparity between rural and city nutrition can be attributed to various factors; increased nutritional needs due to manual labour, more limited access to food as a result of poor infrastructure, high-susceptibility to the damaging effects of nature and the "Agricultural Productivity Gap".
2 per cent in 2018.  The government-owned Tanzania Electric Supply Company Limited (TANESCO) dominates the electric supply industry in Tanzania. [c] The country generated 6. 013 billion kilowatt hours (kWh) of electricity in 2013, a 4. 2 per cent increase over the 5. 771 billion kWh generated in 2012. : page 4 Generation increased by 63 per cent between 2005 and 2012; Almost 18 per cent of the electricity generated in 2012 was lost because of theft and transmission and distribution problems.
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 Of the many functions, the UN and Tanzania partner or the UN works with outside countries, most notably human rights and justice courts and reporting, education, development, climate change, health, and wildlife conservation.  While the UN primary offices are in Oysterbay, Dar es Salaam, many other offices, courts, and NGOs are based in Arusha, TZ. The most well-known example is the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda genocide.  The African Union consists of 55 nations in Africa.
8% practised traditional African religions, 1. 4% were unaffiliated with any religion, and 0. 2% followed other religions. Nearly the entire population of Zanzibar is Muslim.  Of Muslims, 16% are Ahmadiyya, 20% are non-denominational Muslims, 40% are Sunni, 20 per cent are Shia, and 4% are Sufi.  Within the Christian community the Catholic Church is the largest group (51% all Christians).  Among the Protestants, the large number of Lutherans and Moravians points to the German missionary past of the country, while the number of Anglicans point to the British missionary history of Tanganyika. A growing number have adopted Pentecostalism, and Adventists likewise have an increasing presence because of external missionary activities from Scandinavia and the United States, especially during the first part of the 20th century.
1% Islam1. 5% No religion1. 2% Traditional faiths0. 1% OthersDemonym(s)TanzanianGovernmentUnitary dominant-party presidential republic• President Samia Suluhu Hassan• Vice-President Philip Mpango• Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa• Speaker Tulia Ackson• Chief Justice Ibrahim Hamis JumaLegislatureNational AssemblyIndependence from the United Kingdom and the Omani Empire• Tanganyika 9 December 1961• Zanzibar 10 December 1963• Merger 26 April 1964• Current constitution 25 April 1977Area • Total947, 303 km2 (365, 756 sq mi) (30th)• Water (%)6. 4Population• 2022 census61, 741, 120• Density47.
17 Sports Football is very popular throughout the country.  The most popular professional football clubs in Dar es Salaam are the Young Africans F. C. and Simba S.  The Tanzania Football Federation is the governing body for football in the country. Other popular sports include basketball, netball, boxing, volleyball, athletics, and rugby.  The National Sports Council also known as Baraza la Michezo la Taifa is the governing body for sports in the country under the Ministry of Information, Youth, Sports and Culture.  Cinema Tanzania has a popular film industry known as "Bongo Movie".
 From the original reestablishment of the EAC, as laid out in Article 5(2) of the Treaty for the Establishment of the East African Community, the final goal for the EAC is always the political federation of all member states. In 2017 all member states adopted the confederation of EAC as a transitional precursor to the final federation.  The Southern African Development Community consists of 16 nations, including all countries of southern Africa plus Tanzania and the DRC from the Great Lakes.
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Mlama. : pages 76–8 Painting and sculpture Two Tanzanian art styles have achieved international recognition. : p. 17 The Tingatinga school of painting, founded by Edward Said Tingatinga, consists of brightly coloured enamel paintings on canvas, generally depicting people, animals, or daily life. : p. 113 : p. 17 After Tingatinga's death in 1972, other artists adopted and developed his style, with the genre now being the most important tourist-oriented style in East Africa. 17 Historically, there were limited opportunities for formal European art training in Tanzania and many aspiring Tanzanian artists left the country to pursue their vocation.
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 Nonetheless, from the late 1970s, Tanzania's economy took a turn for the worse, in the context of an international economic crisis affecting both developed and developing economies. In 1978, the neighboring Uganda, under the leadership of Idi Amin, invaded Tanzania. This disastrous invasion would culminate in Tanzania invading Uganda with the aid of Ugandan rebels and deposing Idi Amin as a result.
 Most of the abuses and violence against women and children occurs at the family level.  The Constitution of Tanzania requires that women constitute at least 30% of all elected members of National Assembly.  The gender differences in education and training have implications later in life of these women and girls.  Unemployment is higher for females than for males.  The right of a female employee to maternity leave is guaranteed in labour law.  Culture Music As in other countries, the musical in Tanzania is constantly undergoing changes, and varies by location, people, settings and occasion. The five music genres in Tanzania, as defined by BASATA are, ngoma, dansi, kwaya, and taarab, with bongo flava being added in 2001.
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 Tanzania is a founding member of SADC in 1994, as well as its predecessor the Frontline States (FLS), from 1960 to 1994. While FLS aimed to end apartheid, its successor SADC has the aims of furthering peace and security along with the economic and political integration of member states.  Military FIB Tanzanian special forces during training The Tanzania People's Defence Force (TPDF) (Kiswahili: Jeshi la Wananchi wa Tanzania (JWTZ)) is the armed forces of Tanzania, operating as a people's force under civilian control. It is composed of five branches or commands: Land Force (army), Air Force, Naval Command, National Service, Headquarter (MMJ).  Tanzanian citizens are able to volunteer for military service from 15 years of age, and 18 years of age for compulsory National military service upon graduation from advanced secondary school. Conscript service obligation was 2 years as of 2004.
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