Time Use Study and Advanced Census Analysis in Tanzania

Workshop on Time Use Study and Advanced Census Analysis in Tanzania

University of Dar Es Salaam Department of Statistics
Held at the Kunduchi Beach Hotel and Resort, Saturday 10th December 2005

Media coverage of the event in a Tanzanian newspaper, in Swahili and English translation

Time Activitity Responsible Person
8:30 - 8:35 Opening
Session One Chairperson:
Mr. Håkon Fottland
9:00 - 9:20 Paper One: Time Use As One of Explanations of Poverty: A Case of Two Areas In Tanzania ######### Download PDF Dr D.M.B. Rugaimukamu
9:20 -9:45 Paper Two: The Impact of Time Use Differentials On Poverty Levels In Tanzania ######### Download PDF Dr Rrj. Akarro
9:45 - 10:05 Paper Three: Time Use Comparison of Rural And Urban Teenagers ######### Download PDF Prof. Rs. Katapa
10:05 - 10:25 Paper Four: Time Use Differentials By Hierarchy of Household Members ######### Download PDF Dr A.Rc. Mniachi
Session Two Chairperson: Prof. W. Rugumamu
10:55 -11:15 Paper Five: Distribution of The Longest Time Activities Dr Francis .J. Sichona
11:15-11:35 Paper Six: Probing Time Use By Gender Against Socio-Economic Activities ######### Download PDF Dr A.S. Mussa
11 :35 - 11:55 Paper Seven: Access To Mass Media And Time Utilization In Some Areas In Tanzania Dr G.M. Naimani
11:55 -12:15 Paper Eight: Multi-Level Models For The Study of Population Dynamics Mr. B.M. Ngowi
Session Tree Chairperson: Prof. R.S. Katapa
14:30 - 15:00 Paper Nine: The International Secular Infant Mortality Decline ######### Download PDF (3,5MB) Prof. Gunnar Thorvaldsen
15:00 - 15:25 Paper Ten: Application of Anthropological Methods In The "Time Use" Project Ms. E.Glavatskaya

The research cooperation between the Department of Statistics at Dar es Salaam University and the Norwegian Historical Data Centre investigates three principal topics: time use, infant mortality and census data.