Thanks must go to Dick Finlay of IDRC Canada / University of Dar es Salaam Morogoro, Howard Hepworth of Ilonga Research Station, and the late Kenelm Rayner of Morogoro Diocese Tanzania for requesting grain threshing devices.
To VITA, ITDG and various other sources for supplying literature. VITA were especially efficient and fast in that regard.
To technicians Adolf Kessy, John Mzuanda, John Sokoro, and to students Mwidadi Mdee and John Shetui for help in producing and testing various threshers, both engine and man-powered.
To Henrik Have, Frank Inns, Dean Kyomo, Professor Kimamba, Vice-Chancellor Msekwa, and Vice-Chancellor Kaduma and others of the University of Dar es Salaam for encouragement.
To the University of Dar es Salaam and to the British Ministry of Overseas Development (BESS) for paying my wages.
To various organisations and individuals who requested copies of this report.
Rogues Gallery of some of us in the Morogoro days - I am the badly-dressed white guy with the beard. Shame we didnt take more photos. Anyone in this photo who wants a full-sized copy just email me.