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E. PEOPLE CONTACTED 

Aldington, Timothy, Ministry of Agriculture, Kenya (former project specialist in Tanzania).

Bottelier, Peter, IBRD, former IBRD desk man for East Africa.

Brothers, Dwight, former program advisor on economic planning and management.

Brown, Roland, Commonwealth Secretariat (former Attorney General of Tanzania).

Curtin, Timothy, OECD Nairobi, (former project specialist in Arusha).

Edwards, Edgar, Ford Foundation, Nairobi.

Gerhart, John, Ford Foundation, Nairobi.

Gitau, Kimathi, General Manager, KNTC.

Gethenge, J., Director of Personnel, Kenya.

Gordon , George, Ministry of Manpower Development, Dar es Salaam.

Hunter, Guy, Overseas Development Institute - London.

Hyden, Goren, University of Dar es Salaam.

Killick, Anthony, University of Nairobi.

Lewis, Ben, former Ford Foundation consultant and staff member.

Maleche, Albert, University of Nairobi.

Moris, Jon, Faculty of Agriculture, Morogoro.

Msuya, Hon. C. D., Minister for Industry.

Mule, Harris, Deputy Permanent Secretary, MFP, Kenya.

Mwasongwe, A. B. Ministry of Manpower Development, Dar es Salaam.

Ndegwa, Philip, UNEP, Nairobi, former Permanent Secretary, MEPD, Kenya.

Nsekela, H. E. Amon, Tanzanian Ambassador, London.

Pogol, Richard, U.S. AID Director for Tanzania.

Savosnik, Kurt, Management Consultant Kenya, former project specialist in Kenya.

Scott, Thomas, Ford Foundation, Nairobi.

Smock, David, Ford Foundation, Nairobi.

van Arkadie, Brian, Development Studies Institute, The Hague, former project specialist on economic-planning planning in Tanzania.

Waide, Bevan, IBRD, former advisor to DevPlan in Tanzania.

Wamalwa, William, Executive Chairman of Chemelil Sugar Co., Ltd.

Winans, Edgar, Ford Foundation, Nairobi.

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