The research and policy dialogue of Tanzania's National Capacity
Assessment Team, a World Bank initiated body, forms the basis of
this analysis. The assessment team's remit was to identify
strategic capacity needs, when capacity is understood as the human
and institutional resources necessary for development. The study
identifies that capacity needs are interlinked and require an
integrated approach: strengthening government agencies is
impossible in the long term without improvement in professional
training; private sector growth requires access to business
information, communication and regulatory and judicial
institutions. Accordingly, the analysis provides an overview, and
formulates strategies for public and private sector institutions
and infrastructures, civil society and education. Particular regard
is given to: finance and economic management of the public sector;
the civil service; the role of donors and the need for corrective
action in local and regional administration and across the
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