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close this bookTraditional Sex Education in Tanzania (WAZAZI, 1991, 82 p.)
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DATA CARD

PUBLICATION TYPE:

Project publication

IMPRINT:

New York : Planned Parenthood of New York City, 1991

PAGINATION:

76 p.

PERSONAL AUTHOR:

Mbunda, Daniel

AFFILIATED AGENCY:

Planned Parenthood of New York City. Margaret Sanger Center.; Parents Association of Tanzania (WAZAZI)

UNFPA PROJECT NUMBER:

URT/91/P02

NOTES:

Study carried out by Parents Association of Tanzania (WAZAZI) pursuant to


mandate from Julius Nyerere.

ABSTRACT:

Research study based on focus groups among Tanzanian ethnic groups, exploring content of sex education and dynamics of transmittal, and looking for patterns of cultural codes and communication. Proposes model for improved national curriculum.

SUBJECT:

Sex education; Ethnic groups

REGION:

Africa

COUNTRY:

Tanzania