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EACSOEast African Common Services Organization
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He energetically petitioned the Africanization committee of EACSO via the leadership of the Institute to retroactively pay for his education and subsistence while he studied at Kivukoni.
African technical and scientific workers at Amani made plans for career progression within the EACSO hierarchies and made direct appeals to EACSO to help them in speeding up the process of Africanizing senior research positions.
The Tanganyikan discontents came into the open in early 1964, when Nyerere was persuaded that when announcing a five-year development plan, scheduled for 12 May 1964, he should also announce some rearrangement of EACSO.