Co-operatives in Tanzania
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Co-operatives in Tanzania their function as economic and democratic institutions - some economic comments. by Poul W. Westergaard

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Published by Economic Research Bureau, University College in Dar es Salaam .
Written in English


  • Tanzania -- Economic conditions.

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Other titlesCooperatives in Tanzania.
SeriesUniversity of Dar es Salaam. Economic Research Bureau. E. R. B. Papers -- 70.16, ERB paper -- 1970, no. 16.
The Physical Object
Pagination30 p.
Number of Pages30
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13590266M

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  Co-operativeSocieties Co -operuuve Socteues Regulustons REGULAll0N Chap. 41 [Suhaldlary] Bad debts. Preparation of balance sheet. Loun to be approved by Board or committee. Application for loan. Approval of loan. Grunting ofloans. Purpose of loans. Notification of approval to   partnership in the cooperative sector through consultation with co-operators on policies, legislation and regulation (Wanyama, ). Whereas the state was responding to the collapse of cooperatives in this manner, the cooperatives themselves responded by reasserting their solidarity to find lasting solutions to the crisis. Many   All the co-operatives banks of Bijapur District are selected for the study. For analyzing the performance of Co-operative Banks the data related to all the Co-operative banks for the past five years viz. to have been collected and various techniques of measuring performance like Ratio Analysis and statistical techniques have Bharati R.   co-operative management & administration page 3 contents page module 1 - co-operative management 5 module 2 - management structure 17 module 3 - co-operative education & training 21 – 27 module 4 - accounting & auditing of co-operatives 28 module 5 - co-operative audit 54

These findings have important implications on how co-operatives can engage the youth. Key Words: Co-operatives, youth involvement, co-operative model. Benefits of a Co-operative – Case study 1 「Second thoughts on marketing co-operatives in Tanzania: background to their re-instatement」を図書館から検索。カーリルは複数の図書館からまとめて蔵書検索ができるサービスです。 The typical African co-operative is concerned with marketing, while at the same time providing certain limited credit, cheap purchase of fertilizers and agricultural education. It is a multi-purpose institution, while production co-operatives, as opposed to these predominantly service-orientated co-operatives, are less common in Africa. Co-operatives are most frequently found in East ://   Co-operatives provide a different approach to organizing business through their ideals of member ownership and democratic practice. Every co-operative member has an equal vote regardless of his or her own personal capital investment. The contemporary significance of co-operatives was highlighted by the United Nations declaration of as the International Year of Co-operatives. This book