“Utekelezaji wa azimio la Arusha”: hotuba ya rais kwa Mkutano Mkuu wa Tanu, Mwanza, tarehe 16 Oktoba, Responsibility: Julius K. Nyerere. Language. Kabla ya kuanza kazi hii nimehisi nahitaji kusoma Falsafa ya AZIMIO LA ARUSHA, Nimekutafuta kitabu hicho sijakipata kushangaza. Get this from a library! Mafunzo ya Azimio la Arusha na siasa ya TANU juu ya ujamaa na kujitegemea.. [TANU (Organization). Idara ya Elimu ya Siasa.].

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Let us go to the villages and talk to our people and see whether or not it is possible for them to work harder. Leaders must set a good example to the rest of the people in their lives and in all their activities. And there is no World Government which can tax the prosperous nations in order to help the poor nations; nor if one did exist could it raise enough revenue to do all that is needed in the world.

Even within their own borders poverty still exists, and the rich individuals do not zaimio give money to the government to help their poor fellow citizens. Kigoda Aziz Nchemba Meghji. Because the land belongs to the nation, the Government has to see to it that it is being used for the benefit of the whole nation and not for the benefit of one aziio or just a few people.

Even within their own borders poverty still exists, and the rich individuals do not willingly give money to the government to help their poor fellow citizens.

Everybody wants development; but not everybody understands and accepts the basic requirements for development. It is not normal for a young country to start with such a short working week. Each year, each Ministry of Government makes its estimates of expenditure, i. Joined Jul 9, Messages 2, Likes 1, Points Be the first to review this item Would you like to tell us about a lower price?

In or a country like ours these are really quite short working hours. This is true The day when we have lots of money we shall be able to say we are a developed country. This is the meaning of self-reliance. It is even worse when the loans they are asked to repay have not benefited the majority of the people but have only benefited a small minority. Because the economy of Tanzania depends and will continue to depend on agriculture and animal husbandry, Tanzanians can live well without depending on help from outside if they use their land properly.


They even work on Sundays and public holidays. We must not forget that people who live in towns can possibly become the exploiters of those who live in the rural areas. A foreign government or a foreign institution, such as a bank, lends our Government money for the purposes of development. When we call on the Government to spend more money on development projects, we are asking the Government to use more money.

True socialism cannot exist without democracy also existing in the society.

arjsha Even when we have merely started discussions with a foreign government or institution for a gift, a loan, or a new industry, we make an announcement — even though we do not know the outcome of the discussions. In our country work should be something to be proud of, and laziness, drunkenness and idleness should be things to be ashamed of.

The very existence of Mathare Social Justice Center, Single Mothers Association of Ziwani and even Pawa are testament to the growing arena of resistance to the arushha of the market and the state.

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It is true we need these enterprises. Likewise, nobody should be allowed to loiter in towns or villages without doing work which would enable him to be self-reliant without exploiting his relatives.

The energies of the millions of men in the villages and thousands of women in the towns which are at present wasted in gossip, dancing and drinking, are a great treasure which could contribute more towards the development of our country than anything we could get from rich nations. But in fact, such a World Government does not exist. All this taking place where the nationalist project has refused to produce a viable decolonization agenda, shrouded as it is in the ambit of the modern state.

Furthermore, we are not saying that we will not accept, or even that we shall not look for, money from other countries for our development.


All this means that it is impossible for Tanzania to obtain from overseas enough money to develop our economy. Between money and people it is obvious that the people and their hard work are the foundation of development, and money is one of the fruits of that hard work. You have to give consideration to the ability to repay. Retrieved from ” https: Even though we reflected on Azimio la Arusha, Education for Self-Reliance with reference to Kenyan history and context, the person of Nyerere loomed large, punctuating every other debate and proposition.

The unravelling of President Buhari.

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Tarmac roads, too, are mostly found in towns and are of especial value to the motor-car owners. This is about 45 hours a qrusha for the whole year, except for two or three weeks leave.

It is stupid for two reasons. If a country to be socialist, it is essential that its government is chosen and led by the peasants and al themsclvcs. In brief, our Five-Year Development Plan aims at more food, more education, and better health; but the weapon we have put emphasis upon is money.

Calls upon the Government to put emphasis, when preparing its development plans, on the ability aazimio this country to implement the plans rather than depending on foreign loans and grants as has been done in the current Five-Year Development Plan.

This page was last edited on 19 Septemberat In a really socialist country no person exploits another; everyone who is physically able to work does so; every worker obtains a just return for the labour he performs; and the incomes derived from different types of work are not grossly divergent. But there is no country in the world which is prepared to give us gifts or loans, or establish industries, to the extent that we would be able to achieve all our development targets.

The four prerequisites of development are different; they are i People; ii Land; iii Good Policies; iv Good Leadership.