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Strengthening Indigenous Academic and Digital Publishing in Tanzania

Strengthening Indigenous Academic and Digital Publishing in Tanzania

Report by Jan Liebnitzky, published on March 30, 2016

Countries: All countries

The two-year project ‘Strengthening Indigenous Academic and Digital Publishing in Tanzania’ (abbreviated to TZAP in this document) aimed to contribute to a knowledge-based society in Tanzania from 2014 to 2015. Responding to a growing demand in Tanzania to ‘go digital’, TZAP conducted training and workshops for commercial and university publishers in topics such as Digital Publishing and Marketing and Communication. In addition, a Consortium of Academic Publishers was created.

TZAP finished at the end of 2015 and the different TZAP partners agreed on a participatory evaluation. The evaluation observed many achievements and challenges, which are shared in this document.

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