Tanzanian experience, represent attempts to do this.The objective of this paper is to describe the Tanzanian SIP, focusing in particular on the 'network' of organizational roles and linkages, to present some data as to the results, to identify some of the difficulties and shortcomings
of the Tanzanian programme and to describe the new approach which has recently been adopted in Zambia, building on the fourteen years of SIP experience in Tanzania.
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