State-religion relationships and religious views on development policies are first considered for Tanzania. Mohammed Bakari explores the relationships between various aspects of politics and governance and the institutionalized religions, emphasizing how interpretations vary significantly between analysts. Programmes for public sector reform in Tanzania are discussed by Ernest Mallya examining the role of religious organizations in health and education service provision and in policy dialogue. Finally, Peter Tumainiumungu considers the role of faith-based organizations in development.
Working Paper No.11, Religions and Development Research Programme, University of Birmingham, UK, 78 pp.