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Tanzania primarily produces wild fish in Lake Victoria – the world’s second-largest freshwater lake – and along its coast. Slow Economic Growth due to not so consistent average GDP growth rate (i.e. Other crafts used include dug out canoes and dhows. "We can earn more from fishing if we transform the sector through employment of modern technology, said Mr Nangoro 'We must all come together and chart the way forward and address the issues ailing this sector. Few have inboard engines. T his study looks at the challenges facing the insurance services provision in Tanzania. University of Dar es Salaam Prof Yunus Mgaya, who chaired the steering committee of the event, described it as of great importance to the country as it brought together various fishing stakeholders, experts and institutions from Africa. Wagude said the challenges facing the fishing industry need a multi-sectoral approach to resolve. Tanzania’s mining sector has grown rapidly in recent years. However, the socialist experiment was beset by economic problems, which also affected the forest sector. He was optimistic that the county will soon boost the performance of the fishing industry, citing the National Aquaculture Development Strategy (NADS) that aims at making the country practice fish farming for economic advantages.The government is to enhance commercial fish farming in order to benefit nearly four million people in Tanzania who engage in fishing related activities. Illegal fishing and overfishing are the main threats to the development of the fishing industry in Africa. The problems facing Tanzania economy since independence. Below we explore 5 challenges currently facing the industry. Fishery and Aquaculture Country Profile for Tanzania - aquatic species caught by country or area, by species items, by FAO major fishing areas, and year, for all commercial, industrial, recreational and subsistence purposes. fall from 8.71% in 2005-2010 to 8.26% in 2010-2013), inconsistent average MVA growth rate, technical problems, administrative issues, market challenges, financial barriers and policy issues are the biggest challenges for the Manufacturing Industry. Tanzania has passed through various economic reforms since it stopped socialism and self reliance ideology in mid 1980s having adopted them in 1967. In 2010, the region received about 4.3 million tourists and holiday makers from abroad. However, this will not be met without efforts to solve the challenges facing the industry. Assisting small-scale fisheries, which represent the bulk of the industry in Africa, is vital for alleviating poverty and food insecurity for thousands of African households. The fishing industry affects a number of marine conservation issues, including: fish populations, water pollution, and habitat degradation. In the early 1990s, Irish Aid financially supported a programme for artisan fishermen in the Tanga region in northern Tanzania. Answer Text: Access to Energy. ©2020 ‐ Hatch Accelerator Holding Limited, 7/8 Liberty Street, Cork, T12T85H, Ireland, Hatch Accelerator Holding Ltd, 7/8 Liberty St, Cork, T12 T85H, Ireland; CRO 617308. Some researchers have claimed that the size of the fishing industry needs to be significantly decreased in order to maintain healthy marine environments around the world. Major problems facing Tanzania today Tanzania, a country in East Africa, is known for; Mount Kilimanjaro, wildebeests crossing the Serengeti into Kenya and back, the Maasai community (also in Kenya), nice cuisine with traditional spices, white sand beaches and the Zanzibar island. Genetically modified tilapia showed enhanced growth and reduced biological stress when raised in an integrated biofloc and aquaponics system. * Marine biodiversity conservation While fishing jobs are almost entirely taken by men, 59% of the processing work is done by women. Five common challenges facing the mining industry. The Tanzania Airports Authority (TAA) distinguishes them as follows: • Strategic airports: Arusha, Lake Manyara, Mafia and Ngara. The economy is characterised by a large share of agricultural goods, predominance of primary exports, low The transportation industry is aiming at enhancing the visibility of the supply chain as a means of elevating integrity and product security. Despite of the existing potentials and level of fish production, (Table 2 and 3) the country has not been able to meet her domestic fish demand. The following are the challenges facing the energy sector: There are high upfront costs of renewable energy technologies which makes the energy quite expensive. According to the follow-up regulations to the Wildlife Act (from 1998), local communities should receive at least 20% of hunting revenues, but this has not been implemented in practice. One of the most significant challenges of the transportation industry is the ability to elevate flexibi… Topography and climatic conditions, however, limit cultivated crops to only a small fraction of the land area, industry accounts for some 15% of the GDP and it’s mainly limited to processing agricultural products and light consumer goods. Below we explore 5 challenges currently facing the industry. Agriculture in Malaysia is no exception. (a) Overfishing resulting from use of small meshed nets and unlicensed fishermen resulting in extinction of such species. This has slowed down the development of hydropower, solar power and geothermal sources of energy. Yet, due in part to harmful fishing practices, the sector’s growth is declining. "We must all come together and chart the way forward and address the issues ailing this sector. They can kill fish and underwater plant life. However, the government earned Sh5.866 billion in revenue. mining industry in Tanzania has turned to economic reforms and restructuring which have marked a clear shift in favor of pri-vate sector development and market orien-tated management. Recent reviews on the state of world marine resources by FAO showed that, among the major fish stocks, an estimated 44 percent are fully exploited and are therefore producing catches that have reached or are very close to their maximum limit, with no room expected for further expansion. The number of visitors considerably dropped but according to the recent statistics the industry seems already recovering. In addition, there are aerodromes and airstrips spread throughout the country. The failure to manage the fishing industry may have serious social and economic consequences on local economies. It argues for a joint effort of all stakeholders to overcome typical challenges of the extractive resource industry in Africa, in order to make Tanzania the “best performer in her class”. It is defined by the Food and Agriculture Organization as including recreational, subsistence and commercial fishing, and the harvesting, processing, and marketing sectors. DEPUTY Minister for Works, Transport and Communications, Atashasta Nditiye has issued 30 days ultimatum for Tanzania Telecommunication Company Limited (TTCL) to address communication challenges facing rural customers including shortage of vouchers and sim cards. Date posted: April 2, 2018. Both practices are impacting the environment, reducing fish catches, destroying coral reefs and affecting coastal residents. 5-Challenges-of-Industrial-and-Manufacturing-Sector. Mismanagement of fishing resources is another challenge facing the sector. T his study looks at the challenges facing the insurance services provision in Tanzania. Wagude said the challenges facing the fishing industry need a multi-sectoral approach to resolve. "We must all come together and chart the way forward and address the issues ailing this sector. The industrial and manufacturing sector keep evolving and that evolution doesn’t just happen. In Tanzania the industry contributes 4.7% of the countries GDP and 47.3% of the Gross Fixed Capital Formation (GFCF). Date posted: March 30, 2018. To put the challenges facing fisheries scientists and managers into context, ... biological risks for fish populations, economic losses for those in the fishing industry, and social disruptions for people in fishing-dependent communities. Yet, due in part to harmful fishing practices, the sector’s growth is declining. Tweet on Twitter. The five most detrimental fishing practices affecting the underwater world today and some thoughts on what we can do to stop it . Challenges facing local communities in Tanzania in realising locally-managed marine areas. Introduction The profession is still at an infant stage Among the least recognized profession in Tanzania . As China’s aquaculture output increases, fish farmers are embracing ecological engineering techniques to ensure that the industry remains environmentally sustainable. Without compliance standards, manufacturers could very well end up cutting corners, which ultimately ends up affecting the end consumer. Improvement in the infrastructure and the general performance of the economy matter a lot in attracting tourists. This study provides background information on the industry, its impacts, and the legal and political environment of its operation. ... . Tanzania has four international airports in Dar es Salaam, Zanzibar, Kilimanjaro, and, more recently, Mwanza. We need to find solutions to problems facing fishing industry. The main type of gear used is . Offenses include fishing without a license, fishing in protected areas, using banned fishing gear that is destructive to the fisheries sector, catching beyond limits, or catching protected species. The government expects that the mining sector will grow to 10% of GDP by 2025. Dr Ngatunga said to overcome the pressure, there should be relevant policies and laws, research, relevant technology to Tanzania and intensive investment in the area to meet the growing demands. The government started implementing institutional reforms in the early 1990, marking a major shift from the government led economy to a private sector-led economy (MNRT, 2002). However, complying with new standards isn’t an easy task for manufacturers. Mr Nangoro said the fishing industry in the country is yet to contribute adequately to the national economy, given that its annual contribution is 1.5 per cent of the GDP. Commenting on the matter, the research team leader from Kenya, Mr Horance Onyango, said the East African Community governments miserably failed to gainfully exploit the potentials of the fishing industry, partly because they believe fishing is for the poor. - Restrictions should be made on the type of net that should be used. We need to do more research, involve policy makers, experts and the government has to offer its support for the sustainable development, said Prof Mgaya. During the past five years, the fishing sector has been contributing between 1.6 and 3.1 per cent to the economy, which is too low given that the country has high fishing potential. Tanzania Airports. Five common challenges facing the mining industry. In the same year, the country exported fish and fisheries products worth Sh230.01 billion, ($176,797.8 million). Tanzania also suffers from the world economic crisis which affected areas of tourism. Challenges facing local communities in Tanzania in realising locally-managed marine areas. In recognition of this problem, TTSS was formed so as to estimate, among other things, the annual revenue from tourism The tenth challenge facing the tourism industry in Tanzania is the country’s poor infrastructure. We need to find solutions to problems facing fishing industry. Problems facing marine fishing in Kenya and Tanzania. Uncertainties are pervasive and occur in all fishery systems to varying degrees. The outcome is that it has made the place to have few number of fish species due to overfishing. Problems Facing Marine Fishing in Kenya and Tanzania a) Inadequate market due to low purchasing power of the surrounding community, Poor transport network to the interior of the country and availability of agricultural products in some coastal areas which reduces the rate of fish consumption. Companies need to integrate in all the significant points within the supply chain to avoid data silos. Elite Asia Marketing Team-April 30, 2018. So, for the sake of things such as quality control or proper waste management, compliance standards need to exist. Problems Facing Marine Fishing in Kenya and Tanzania, Definition of fishing, fish farming and fishing grounds, Types of Fishing:pelagic fishing and types of fish caught in pelagic fishing, Demersal Fishing or ground fishing and types of fish caught using demersal fishing, Inshore fishing and types of fish caught using Inshore fishing, Fresh water fishing and types of fish caught, Methods of fishing:traditional fishing methods, Types of traditional methods of fishing:basket method, Modern fishing methods:seining method of fishing, Distribution of major fishing grounds in the world:The north west Atlantic fishing grounds, Factors that have led to high development of fishing in north-west atlantic fishing grounds, Factors that have led to high development of fishing in North-East Atlantic fishing grounds, West coast of south America and factors that have led to development of fishing in the area, South west Africa or the Namibian coast fishing ground and the factors that have led to its development, Factors that led to high development of North East Pacific fishing grounds, Factors that led to development of North west Pacific fishing grounds, Fresh water and marine fisheries in East Africa marine fishing, Fishing in Kenya and Tanzania and types of fish caught, Fresh water fisheries in Kenya and their examples examples, Factors that have favoured fishing in lake Victoria, Fish farming in Kenya and areas where it is carried out, Fishing in Tanzania and areas where it is carried out, Fishing in Uganda and areas where it is carried out, Significance of the fishing industry in Kenya, Problems facing fishing industry in Kenya, Possible solutions to the problems facing fishing industry in Kenya, Physical factors that make Japan to be one of the leading nations in fishing, Human factors making Japan to be the leading nation in fishing, Similarities between fishing in Kenya and Japan, Differences between fishing in Kenya and Japan, Difference between management and conservation of fisheries. No part of this site may be reproduced without permission. Despite having marine water cover of 64,000 square km including the Indian Ocean and the exclusive economic zone which covers 223,000 square km, the EEZ is yet to be fully exploited.Poor fishing facilities, limited financial resources, lack of relevant technological skills prevent the country from benefiting from fishing, said Mr Nangoro He noted that there is more pressure on fish markets in the country and abroad, leading to over fishing without introducing new species to perpetuate breeding. This research study on challenges facing tourism promotion in Ruaha National Park and Tanzania in general, was conducted against the background that, the areas has got all it takes to be considered a well-developed tourist destination. Problems Facing Marine Fishing in Kenya and Tanzaniaa) Inadequate market due to low purchasing power of the surrounding community, Poor transport network to the interior of the country and availability of agricultural products in some coastal areas which reduces the rate of fish consumption.b) Inadequate capital which causes fishermen unable to afford expensive equipment used in deep sea fishing which restricts them to fish near the shore hence the low catch.c) Stiff competition from industrialised countries mainly Japan and Korea which have modern fishing equipment and are able to tap fish in the deep sea.d) Lack of refrigeration facilities to enable them transport fish to distant markets.e) Unpopularity of fishing as an economic due to fish prices being high which discourages people from eating it regularly.f) Strong sea tides which are a great menace to local fishermenwho use small boats which are not motorised which forces them to go fishing when the sea is calm making them to catch only a limited stock. Problems facing fishing industry in tanzania Discuss the problems facing fishing industry in Kenya and their possible solutions. Agriculture Sector in Tanzania 1 Introduction Tanzania has substantial potentials to achieve faster and diversified economic growth necessary to raise welfare of her people. T housands of foreign fishing vessels ply African waters every year seeking to tap the continent’s rich fish stocks. January 2015 ; Marine Policy 51:220-229; DOI: 10.1016/j.marpol.2014.08.004. 5 Challenges Facing the Industrial & Manufacturing Sector. (Solved) Which country is the leading egg producer in the world? This situation has triggered importation of fish into the country. He warned that prohibiting fishing in some water bodies as the way to perpetuate reproduction of fish does not provide the solution, but only research that focuses on introducing new species. Tanzanian tourism industry is vital for the country’s economy as it represents approximately 9 per cent of its GDP. Wagude said the challenges facing the fishing industry need a multi-sectoral approach to resolve. Learn about aquaculture environmental impacts. 866 billion revenue was according to official records. Current issues facing the tourism industry in Malaysia are over development and expensive transportation. Israel decided to do the research which took 10 years and resulted in a fish called gift sangara in Kiswahili which weighs two to three kilogrammes after attaining a year, said Dr Ngatunga. The main fishing techniques used in Tanzania depend on the type of fishery. In Tanzania the industry contributes 4.7% of the countries GDP and 47.3% of the Gross Fixed Capital Formation (GFCF). It was For instance Safari tourism is the most important part of Tanzanian tourism sector and it is also the sector that was hit the hardest. The study was conducted on the insurance companies registered and licenced by the Tanzania Insurances Regulatory Authority as at 31s* July 2012. Mangrove restoration can go hand-in-hand with shrimp aquaculture, contrary to popular belief, according to Jonas Walker of Blueyou. We need to re-define our mindset towards fishing , treat it as natural resources that needs scientific advice for sustainable development, said Dr Ngatunga A number of issues have been militating against the growth of the industry. We need to do more research, involve policy makers, experts and the government has to offer its support for the sustainable development, said Prof Mgaya. By. Pollution In Tanzania’s major towns and cities, solid and liquid wastes are left untreated. In 2010, the region received about 4.3 million tourists and holiday makers from abroad. CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES FACING BEEKEEPERS ON COMMERCIALIZING BEES PRODUCT IN TANZANIA-THE EVIDENCE OF MVOMERO DISTRICT MOROGORO . There is an urgent need for management strategies that increase the sustainable use and natural productivity of Tanzania’s fisheries. 0. Water pollution is a problem with the fishing industries because when factories and such dump or spill chemicals into lakes, rivers, streams ect. The fishermen cannot give time for the available fish to multiply and grow in number rather they go ahead to endangered the species by fishing in not only large numbers but also in huge amounts. The industry is dominated by freshwater fish farming in which small-scale farmers practice both extensive and semi-intensive fish farming. According to reports from FAO, 8 000 fishponds had been constructed in The United Republic of Tanzania by 1968. Answers (1) Fish farming accounts for part of inland fishing in the country. Trade has globalized. Asked why fishing industry is yet to transform fishermen in the country, the Tanzania Fisheries Research Institute director general, Dr Benjamin Ngatunga, said the country still treats fishing not for economic advantage. Aquaculture in the United Republic of Tanzania has a vast but as yet untapped potential. More often than not, they’re a burden and thanks to globalization, manufacturer… Many fishermen are venturing into the business making the number to increase at a more faster rate. Data was collected using questionnaires which were hand delivered to insurance companies Food and Agriculture Organization (2012): The state of world fisheries and aquaculture 2012 2. In 2010, mineral export alone accounted for almost one-third of Tanzania’s total exports. TANZANIA TANZANIA IAA MEETING IAA MEETING 6 th - - 9 9th th June June 2007 2007 By Ibrahim Maftah By Ibrahim Maftah & Faith Mpatwa. - Licensing a selected number of fishermen and limiting their catch per day. Tanzania primarily produces wild fish in Lake Victoria – the world’s second-largest freshwater lake – and along its coast. For instance in 2009 the country imported a total of 527.12 metric fish tones worth Tshs.109.68 billion. Furthermore, significant portion of the government’s development budget (about 60%) is also spent on construction projects. 12803. The export seems to drop from the average fish and fishery product exports from Tanzania during five years from 2005 to 2010 which was $195.17 million, reports Felix Lazaro for Recently it has been making news but not what the nation is known for. TheCitizen. Well managed, the game-hunting industry is one of the few non-farm industries with potential for economic development in remote rural areas of Tanzania. While fishing jobs are almost entirely taken by men, 59% of the processing work is done by women. The main problem of the management of forests in Tanzania during the thirty years of the socialist experiment is the large area which is under public lands and therefore virtually no management activities undertaken, although the central government is responsible for its management. 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