This is the first field guide to the trees, flowers and small creatures found in Ruaha National Park and much of Central Tanzania. In fact, many of the species covered in this book will be found as far north as Kenya and as far south as Zambia. This beautifully illustrated book has full color photographs that accompany the easy-to-read text, which is packed with interesting information on animal-plant relationships and local uses for the flora of the area, including traditional medicine. This publication is designed not only for those who know nothing about trees and flowers, and who are not keen to sift through too many biological technicalities, but also for seasoned botanists who may wish to know a little bit more.
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Brilliant analysis from one of our leading thinkers on economic development. Edwards places the experience of Tanzania in the broader and continuing debate about the effectiveness of foreign aid. His sober and thorough dissection of the historical record leads to a powerful conclusion: the international assistance provided from 1961 to 1981 proved highly toxic, but outside support subsequently became more constructive. This controversial volume will become a must read for anyone concerned with prosperity and stability around the world. (Simon Johnson, former chief economist of the International Monetary Fund and author of the best-seller 13 Bankers)