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Topic - Jakaya Kikwete
Tanzania's president is waging a war on hunger — and while he's at it, he wants to modernize his East African nation's agricultural sector to lift millions of his countrymen out of poverty.
Tanzania's ruling party, which has been in power for close to half a century, faced an energized opposition in national elections Sunday after corruption scandals that have undermined the government's popularity.
"We will try as much as we can to learn from what has gone wrong with some of our friends, and let's see if we can do better," he said. "I am hopeful that we will."
"We accept the reality that we will not get much, and already aid has declined, but we think we may not lose everything," he said. "We don't see signs on the part of the U.S. government to abandon the poor."