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Challenging Inequities in HealthFrom Ethics to Action$
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Timothy Evans, Margaret Whitehead, Finn Diderichsen, Abbas Bhuiya, and Meg Wirth

Print publication date: 2001

Print ISBN-13: 9780195137408

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: September 2009

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195137408.001.0001

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Tanzania: Gaining Insights into Adolescent Lives and Livelihoods

Tanzania: Gaining Insights into Adolescent Lives and Livelihoods

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(p.156) Chapter 12 Tanzania: Gaining Insights into Adolescent Lives and Livelihoods
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Challenging Inequities in Health
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VINAND M. NANTULYA

AVE MARIA SEMAKAFU

FLORENCE MULI-MUSIIME

AUGUSTINE MASSAWE

LAWRENCE MUNYETTI

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195137408.003.0012

Adolescents represent a large proportion of the population in developing countries, yet within these countries policy rarely addresses their particular needs. This chapter sheds light on previously ignored aspects of adolescent lives which are of major public health significance in Tanzania and elsewhere. It begins by presenting information that can be gleaned from routine statistical sources and surveys. It then presents further insights gained from interviews and discussion groups with vulnerable adolescents, for example, those working in mines and plantations, commercial sex workers, street children, refugees, and other children living in difficult circumstances. The final part of the chapter draws lessons for future research and policy development in Tanzania.

Keywords:   Tanzania, health of adolescents, living conditions, vulnerable groups, future research

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