• Anton AlbertsEmail author
Part of the Southern Space Studies book series (SOSPST)


The United Republic of Tanzania is a developing state with challenges relating to poverty and maternal mortality rates. The country has very little connections to space technology and activity and only indirectly so. As a signatory to the African Space Policy and Strategy it is positioned to expand its connections to space technology, services and activities in general to enhance its developmental initiatives.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Parliamentary Portfolio CommitteeCape TownSouth Africa

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