Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Charles P. Gasarasi.|
|Series||Research report / Scandinavian Institute of African Studies,, no. 71, Research report (Nordiska Afrikainstitutet) ;, no. 71.|
|LC Classifications||DT1 .N64 no. 71, HV640.4.T34 .N64 no. 71|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||74 p. :|
|Number of Pages||74|
|LC Control Number||84174183|
The tripartite approach to the resettlement and integration of rural refugees in Tanzania. Simple The tripartite approach to the resettlement and integration of rural refugees in Tanzania. Gasarasi, Charles P. The Nordic Africa Institute. (English) Report (Other academic). The tripartite approach to the resettlement and integration of rural refugees in Tanzania: Digital Library: The tripartite approach to the resettlement and integration of rural refugees in Tanzania. PDF file ( KB, 77 pages) Text file. Identifier: NE Identifier Shelfmark: UEL NR/LT81 GAS. Tanzania's effort in rehabilitating and integrating refugees in rural refugee settlements is part and parcel of the broader continental concern in finding solutions to the African refugee problem. Thus, in order to fully appreciate Tanzania's contribution and tripartite strategy in responding to this. The tripartite approach to the resettlement and integration of rural refugees in Tanzania By Charles P. Gasarasi Topics: Tanzania; East Africa; Refugees; Migration; Resettlement.
Charles P. Gasarasi, The Tripartite Approach to the Resettlement and Intel1'ation of Rural Refugees in Tanzania. Research Report No 71, The Scandinavian Institute of African Studies, Uppsala, All those concerned with the problem of refugees would be interested in readingthislucidaccount ofthe strategy undertaken by Tanzania inrespect of the resettlementand integration ofrefugees, by Tanzanian . 1. Tanzania is one of the world’s most generous refugee-hosting countries. In total, , refugees live in Tanzania. The elections in Burundi sparked widespread insecurity and a new influx of refugees into Tanzania. Old refugee camps were re-opened and new ones built. Initially, TANCOSS included three pillars: voluntary repatriation to Burundi, processing of citizenship applications for those who opted for naturalisation in Tanzania, and relocation of the naturalised refugees from the refugee settlements to other regions of Tanzania. 79% of refugees opted for Tanzanian citizenship while 21% opted for. “ The Tripartite Approach to the Resettlement and Integration of Rural Refugees in Tanzania ” (Uppsala: Scandinavian Institute of African Studies, Research Rep ). Geiger, Susan, TANU Women: Gender and Culture in the Making of Tanganyikan Nationalism, .
Refugees from were allocated five hectares per family and by were largely self-sufficient. In , the governments of Tanzania and Burundi announced their desire to find a lasting solution to this refugee situation. Refugees in Tanzania’s Old Settlements were given a choice about their future. voluntary repatriation, local integration and resettlement, towards a comprehensive approach to seeking solutions through different pathways such as those used to facilitate international mobility for education, work and family reunion. Wherever refugees find solutions, they will need to integrate – or to reintegrate – into society. Abstract. Tanzania’s experience of refugees is instructive in several respects. At all times a receiver not a generator of refugees, Tanzania has been one of the twelve African nations which have taken a disproportionate share of the continent’s refugee burden — a product of its early peaceful independence in an unstable region and its open-door policy towards refugees. The Tripartite Approach to the Resettlement and Integration of Rural Refugees in Tanzania, Uppsala: The Scandinavian Institute of African Studies, (). Treacherous Waters: The Politics of History and Politics of Genocide in Rwanda and Burundi'.