Feeding Dar es Salaam: a symbiotic food system perspective

Doctoral thesis English OPEN
Wegerif, Marc C.A.;
(2017)
  • Publisher: Wageningen University
  • Subject: tanzania | landbouwproducten | agrarische samenleving | rijst | graan | oost-afrika | plattelandssamenleving | boerenmarkten | food products | agricultural products | Rurale samenleving | east africa | rice | supermarkten | voedselproducten | rural society | agricultural society | grain | supermarkets | farmers' markets

<p>This thesis is a sociological analysis of the agri-food system that feeds most of the over four and a half million residents of the fast-growing city of Dar es Salaam in Tanzania. It is based on qualitative research that has generated a picture of the food system tha... View more
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