Tanzanians squeeze money from palm nuts
The people of Kigoma, in western Tanzania, have kept a long-held tradition of relying on palm oil production to feed their families.
Basic skills of pressing oil have been passed on from generation to generation and families are creating jobs in a region whose economy is among the least developed in Tanzania.
The BBC's Hassan Mhelela was recently in Kigoma and sent this report to our Focus on Africa TV programme.
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