Articles » Scholarly, peer reviewed
Beatrice Kalinda Mkenda
IK: Other Ways of Knowing, vol. 5, June 2019, pp. 76-118
Examines the extent that handicraft products can create income for women in Tanzania; considers issues of seasonal activity, a lack of start-up capital, difficulty obtaining raw materials, and low prices for finished products. Looks at the implications for policy makers wanting to improve the viability of hand crafted products as an income source for rural Tanzanian women.