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Periodical issueD'Alessandro, Cristina and Zulu, Leo C. (eds.) (2017)
See this documentFrom the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): Africa in the post-2015 development agenda: a geographical perspective, part 2
Abstract presentAfrican Geographical Review. Volume 36 #2. p. 131-252.

BookAwortwi, Nicholas and Musahara, Herman (eds.) (2015)
Implementation of the millennium development goals: progresses and challenges in some African countries
Abstract presentAddis Ababa: Organisation for Social Science Research in Eastern and Southern Africa (OSSREA). 272p.

BookBeyene, Atakilte (ed.) (2015)
See this documentAgricultural water institutions in East Africa
Uppsala: The Nordic Africa Institute. #63. 100p.

Dissertation / thesisKemerink-Seyoum, Jeltsje Sanne (2015)
See this documentPolicies lost in translation? Unravelling water reform processes in African waterscapes
Leiden: CRC Press/Balkema. 180p.

Periodical articleMiller, Brian W. (2015)
Using geospatial analysis to asses the influence of land-use change and conservation on pastoralist access to drought resources
Nomadic Peoples. Volume 19 #1. p. 120-145.

BookMukuna, Truphena E. and Shisanya, Christopher A. (eds.) (2015)
Milestones in green transition and climate compatible development in Eastern and Southern Africa
Abstract presentAddis Ababa: Organisation for Social Science Research in Eastern and Southern Africa (OSSREA). 283p.

BookEast African Sustainability Watch (2013)
See this documentProgress and level of implementation of the East African Community Climate Change Policy commitments in the Lake Victoria Basin with respect to water and sanitation
Kampala: Uganda Coalition for Sustainable Development. #2. 45p.

BookEast African Sustainability Watch Network (2013)
See this documentLVEMPII Civil Society watch livelihood case study no. 1: Assessing changes in community livelihoods within the selected areas in rivers Nyando (Kenya), Simiyu (Tanzania) and Katonga (Uganda) with specific focus on water and sanitation, renewable energy and aquaculture
Kampala, Uganda: East African Sustainability Watch. 50p.

Periodical articleHillbom, Ellen (2012)
See this documentWhen water is from God: formation of property rights governing communal irrigation furrows in Meru, Tanzania, c. 1890-2011
Abstract presentJournal of Eastern African Studies. Volume 6 #3. p. 423-443.

Periodical articleNdesanjo, R. and Ngana, J.O. and Yanda, P.Z. (2012)
See this documentClimate change impact and adaptive strategies in the Rufiji Delta, Tanzania
Abstract presentUtafiti. Volume 9 #1. p. 59-73.

Periodical articleNgomuo, A. and Msoka, A. (2012)
See this documentEffects of water scarcity on women in pastoral areas: a case study of Melela Ward in Mvomero District - Morogoro, Tanzania
Abstract presentUtafiti. Volume 9 #1. p. 99-110.

Periodical articleSheridan, Michael J. (2012)
See this documentGlobal warming and global war: Tanzanian farmers' discourse on climate and political disorder
Abstract presentJournal of Eastern African Studies. Volume 6 #2. p. 230-245.

Periodical articleSilva, Juliane Bernardes da (2012)
See this documentO Pesadelo de Darwin: um olhar reflexivo sobre as relaçőes norte-sul desde o lago Vitória - Tanzânia
Revista Vernáculo. Volume 30. p. 41-65.

Periodical articleWalsh, Martin (2012)
See this documentThe not-so-Great Ruaha and hidden histories of an environmental panic in Tanzania
Abstract presentJournal of Eastern African Studies. Volume 6 #2. p. 303-335.

BookKomakech, Hans C. and Zaag, Pieter van der (2011)
See this documentUnderstanding the emergence and functioning of river committees in a catchment of the Pangani Basin, Tanzania
Washington.

Periodical articleBrown, Rebecca (2010)
See this documentUnequal burden: water privatisation and women's human rights in Tanzania
Gender and Development. Volume 18 #1. March. p. 59-68.

Periodical articleGilarowski, Jerzy (2010)
Water scarcity as the reason for economic stagnation in the countries of sub-Saharan Africa (with special focus on Tanzania)
Africana Bulletin. #58. p. 103-115.

Periodical articleKurosaki, Ryugo (2010)
See this documentEndogenous movements for water supply works and their relationships to rural development assistance: the case of the Matengo highlands in southern Tanzania
African Study Monographs. Volume 31 #1. p. 31-55.

Periodical issueMkabela, Queeneth N. and Castiano, José P. and Roos, Vera (eds.) (2010)
Indigenous knowledge and poverty eradication
Abstract presentIndilinga: African Journal of Indigenous Knowledge Systems. Volume 9 #1. 123p.

BookAkech, Migai (2009)
Privatization & democracy in East Africa: the promise of administrative law
Nairobi: East African Educational Publishers. 198p.

Conference paperLocatelli, Francesca and Nugent, Paul (eds.) (2009)
See this documentAfrican cities: competing claims on urban spaces
Abstract presentLeiden: Brill. #3. 306p.

BookPelling, Mark and Wisner, Ben (eds.) (2009)
Disaster risk reduction: cases from urban Africa
Abstract presentLondon: Earthscan. 224p.

BookBayliss, Kate and Fine, Ben (eds.) (2008)
Privatization and alternative public sector reform in Sub-Saharan Africa: delivering on electricity and water
Abstract presentBasingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. 268p.

Periodical issueFontein, Joost and Marsland, Rebecca and McGregor, JoAnn (eds.) (2008)
See this documentSpecial issue: The power of water: landscape, water and the state in Southern and Eastern Africa
Abstract presentJournal of Southern African Studies. Volume 34 #4. p. 737-988.

Conference paperMapiki, Alfred and Makgetlaneng, Sehlare (eds.) (2008)
Land and water management in Southern Africa: towards better water use in agriculture in semi-arid and arid areas
Pretoria: Africa Institute of South Africa. 822p.

BookNiehof, Anke and Geest, Sjaak van der (eds.) (2008)
Special issue: Resilience and health-related adversity
Abstract presentAmsterdam: Antropologisch Sociologisch Centrum. #2. p. 214-392.

BookRichards, Tony (ed.) (2008)
See this documentWater supply and sanitation sector reforms in Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia: challenges and lessons
Dar es Salaam: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit. 36p.

Dissertation / thesisSlegers, Monique F.W. (2008)
See this documentExploring farmers' perceptions of drought in Tanzania and Ethiopia
Wageningen: Wageningen University and Research Centre. #93. 217p.

BookThe United Republic of Tanzania. Ministry of Water and Irrigation, Dar es Salaam (2008)
See this documentNational water sector development strategy: 2006 to 2015
Dar es Salaam: The United Republic of Tanzania, Ministry of Water and Irrigation. 81p.

Periodical issueWidgren, Mats and Hĺkansson, N. Thomas and Börjeson, Lowe (eds.) (2008)
Special issue: The political ecology of trade, food production, and landscape transformations in Northeast Tanzania: 1850-2000
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Historical Studies. Volume 41 #3. p. 369-609.

BookAnonymous (2007)
Water supply and sanitation programmes Shinyanga Region, Tanzania 1990-2006
Den Haag: Buitenlandse Zaken, Ontwikkelingssamenwerking. #305. 168p.

DVD / videoBeukering, Pieter van and Leeuw, Kim van der and Zwanikken, Gertjan (eds.) (2007)
Nature's wealth
Abstract presentAmsterdam: Poverty Reduction and Environmental Management (PREM).

Conference paperDerman, Bill and Odgaard, Rie and Sjaastad, Espen (eds.) (2007)
Conflicts over land & water in Africa
Abstract presentOxford: James Currey. 244p.

BookIOB [Inspectie ontwikkelingssamenwerking en beleidsevaluatie], Den Haag (2007)
See this documentWater supply and sanitation programmes Shinyanga region, Tanzania, 1990-2006
The Hague: Ministry of foreign affairs. Policy and operations evaluation department (IOB). #305.

Periodical articleNindi, Stephen J. (2007)
See this documentChanging livelihoods and the environment along Lake Nyasa, Tanzania
African Study Monographs: Supplementary Issue. #36. p. 71-93.

Dissertation / thesisNkonya, Leticia Kuchibanda (2007)
Drinking from own cistern: customary institutions and their impacts on rural water management in Tanzania
Ann Arbor, MI: UMI Dissertation Services. 330p.

BookRuysschaert, Denis and Sébastien, Léa (2007)
Gestion des ressources naturelles
Abstract presentNairobi: Institut français de recherche en Afrique. #34. 92p.

Periodical articleShayo, N.B. and Chove, B.E. and Gidamis, A.B. and Ngoma, O.B. (2007)
The quality of water in small community supplies of Kingolwira village, Morogoro, Tanzania
Tanzania Health Research Bulletin. Volume 9 #1. January. p. 56-60.

Dissertation / thesisKjellén, Marianne (2006)
From public pipes to private hands: water access and distribution in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Stockholm: Stockholm University. #15. 329p.

Periodical articleLokina, R.B. and Kulindwa, K. and Hepelwa, A. (2006)
Estimating the willingness to pay for improved water service in Tanzania
Utafiti. Volume 7 #1. June. p. 1-21.

Periodical articleMato, R.R.A.M. (2006)
Modeling and mapping groundwater protection priorities using GIS: the case of Dar es Salaam city, Tanzania
Journal of Building & Land Development. Volume 13 #1. April. p. 22-31.

Periodical articleMung'ong'o, C.G. and Yanda, P.Z. (2006)
Risks, livelihoods and vulnerability to flooding in Kyela District, South-Western Tanzania
Tanzanian Economic Trends. Volume 19 #1. June. p. 92-106.

Periodical articleShaghude, Y.W. (2006)
See this documentReview of water resource exploitation and landuse pressure in the Pangani River Basin
Western Indian Ocean Journal of Marine Science. Volume 5 #2. July-December. p. 195-207.

Periodical articleStump, Daryl (2006)
See this documentThe Development and Expansion of the Field and Irrigation Systems at Engaruka, Tanzania
Abstract presentAzania: Archaeological Research in Africa. Volume 41. p. 69-94.

BookThe United Republic of Tanzania. Ministry of Water (2006)
See this documentWater sector development Programme (2005 to 2025)
Dar es Salaam: The United Republic of Tanzania, Ministry of Water.

BookBosch, Rik van den and Sterk, Geert (eds.) (2005)
Tools for catchment level soil and water conservation planning in the East African Highlands: tool for participatory soil and water conservation mapping: tool for financial analysis of soil and water conservation measures
Abstract presentWageningen: Wageningen University and Research Centre. #65. 115p.

Periodical articleKulindwa, K. (2005)
Poverty and water nexus: understanding poverty production through water availability and access
Utafiti. Volume 6 #2. December. p. 1-24.

BookLerise, Fred Simon (2005)
Politics in land and water use management
Dar es Salaam: Mkuki na Nyota. 199p.

Conference paperNijenhuis, Gery and Broekhuis, Annelet (eds.) (2005)
Space and place in development geography: geographical perspectives on development in the 21st century
Abstract presentAmsterdam: Dutch University Press. 232p.

BookRuitenbeek, H. Jack and Hewawasam, Indu and Ngoile, M.A.K. (eds.) (2005)
Blueprint 2050: sustaining the marine environment in mainland Tanzania and Zanzibar
Abstract presentWashington, DC: World Bank. 125p.

Periodical articleSokile, C.S. and Mongula, B. and Van Koppen, B. and Merrey, D. and Mahoo, H. (2005)
Gender, poverty and participation: the case of smallholder irrigation in the Rufiji basin, Tanzania
Tanzanian Journal of Development Studies. Volume 6 #1. March. p. 87-100.

Periodical articleSokile, C.S. and Mongula, B. and Van Koppen, B. (2005)
Water governance and local participation: from policy to practice with experiences from Tanzania and South Africa
Tanzanian Journal of Development Studies. Volume 6 #1. March. p. 77-86.

BookSokoni, Cosmas and Shechambo, Tamilwai (2005)
See this documentChanges in the upland irrigation system and implications for rural poverty alleviation: a case of the Ndiwa irrigations system, west Usambara mountains, Tanzania
Abstract presentDar es Salaam: REPOA. #5. 44p.

BookSosovele, H. and Boesen, Jannik and Maganga, Faustin (eds.) (2005)
Social and environmental impact of irrigation farming in Tanzania: selected cases
Abstract presentDar es Salaam: Dar es Salaam University Press. 184p.

Dissertation / thesisTenge, Albino John Mkavidanda (2005)
See this documentParticipatory appraisal for farm-level soil and water conservation planning in West Usambara highlands, Tanzania
Wageningen: Wageningen University and Research Centre. 165p.

BookBime, Beatrice Fri (2004)
Mystique: a collection of lake myths
Bamenda: Langaa RPCIG. 109p.

Periodical articleGlockner, Heike and Mkanga, Meki and Ndezi, Timothy (2004)
See this documentLocal Empowerment Through Community Mapping for Water and Sanitation in Dar es Salaam
Environment and Urbanization. Volume 16 #1. April. p. 185-197.

BookKaswamila, Abiud L. and Masuruli, Baker M. (2004)
See this documentThe role of traditional irrigation systems in poverty alleviation in semi-arid areas: the case of Chamazi in Lushoto District, Tanzania
Abstract presentDar es Salaam: REPOA. 35p.

Periodical articleKyewalyanga, M.S. and Mwandya, A.W. and Valdenberg, A. (2004)
See this documentPreliminary study on hatching of rotifers (Brachionus plicatilis) and copepods (Cyclopoida): response to flooding and organic fertilisation
Western Indian Ocean Journal of Marine Science. Volume 3 #1. January-June. p. 79-86.

BookWidgren, Mats and Sutton, John E.G. (eds.) (2004)
Islands of intensive agriculture in Eastern Africa: past & present
Abstract presentOxford: James Currey. 160p.

Periodical articleBayonga, D.G. (2003)
Solutions to Ruaha National Park water shortage
Kakakuona. #30. July-September. p. 5-8.

Dissertation / thesisHoag, Heather J. (2003)
Designing the delta: a history of water and development in the lower Rufiji river basin, Tanzania, 1945-1985
Ann Arbor, MI: UMI. 238p.

Periodical articleKashaigili, J.J. and Mashauri, D.A. and Abdo, G. (2003)
See this documentGroundwater management by using mathematical modeling: case of the Makutupora groundwater basin in Dodoma Tanzania
Botswana Journal of Technology. Volume 12 #1. April. p. 19-24.

BookWakhungu, Judi W. and Sikoyo, George M. (2003)
Shared terrestrial ecosystems of East Africa: towards conviviality
Abstract presentNairobi: African Centre for Technology Studies (ACTS). #2. 46p.

BookWakhungu, Judi W. and Sikoyo, George M. (2003)
Shared aquatic ecosystems of East Africa: status and trends
Abstract presentNairobi: African Centre for Technology Studies (ACTS). #1. 79p.

Dissertation / thesisBenjamin, Patricia Anne (2002)
Land and water in southwest Meru, northern Tanzania, 1895-1995
Ann Arbor, MI: UMI Dissertation Services. 729p.

Periodical articleNgware, N. (2002)
See this documentRegulatory framework for access to legal shelter: life in the Jangwani flood-prone valley
African Journal of Finance and Management. Volume 11 #1. July. p. 99-109.

BookNgana, J.O. (ed.) (2001)
Water resources management in the Pangani River basin: challenges and opportunities
Abstract presentDar es Salaam: Dar es Salaam University Press. 150p.

Periodical articleShechambo, F. (2001)
Forest valuation and economic policies: learning from Mount Meru Forest Reserve, Tanzania
Innovation (Nairobi, Kenya). Volume 8 #2. July. p. 13-16.

Periodical articleGondwe, E. (2000)
See this documentSediment transport of Ruvu River in Tanzania
Discovery and Innovation. Volume 12 #3-4. December. p. 118-127.

Periodical articleMvukiye, N.E. and Msumali, G.P. (2000)
See this documentPotential of azolla as a nitrogen biofertiliser for irrigated rice at the lower Moshi Irrigation Project, Tanzania
UNISWA Research Journal of Agriculture, Science and Technology. Volume 4 #2. December. p. 190-198.

Book chapterUpperman, E. (2000)
Gender Relations in a Traditional Irrigation Scheme in Northern Tanzania
In: Omari, C.K. and Creighton, Colin (eds.). Gender, Family and Work in Tanzania. Aldershot, Great Britain: Avebury. Brookfield, Vermont: Avebury, Ashgate Publishing Company. The Making of Modern Africa Series. p. 357-379.

BookBoyd, Charlotte and Turton, Cathryn and Hatibu, N. (eds.) (1999)
The contribution of soil and water conservation to sustainable livelihoods in semi-arid areas of sub-Saharan Africa
London: Overseas Development Institute. #102. 15p.

Periodical articleMhilu, C.F. (1999)
The development of groundwater for water supply
Uhandisi Journal. Volume 23 #1. p. 107-111.

BookOnibokun, Adepoju G. (ed.) (1999)
Managing the monster: urban waste and governance in Africa
Abstract presentOttawa: International Development Research Centre. 269p.

Periodical articleMatondo, J.I. (1998)
Rainfall runoff modelling: an application of Pitman and variable time interval models to Tanzanian catchments
UNISWA Research Journal of Agriculture, Science and Technology. Volume 2 #1. June. p. 148-153.

BookMwandosya, Mark J. and Meena, Hubert E. (1998)
Dar es Salaam water demand: an end-use perspective
Dar es Salaam: Centre for Energy, Environment, Science and Technology (CEEST). #12. 138p.

BookNgeleja, James L. (1998)
The role of women in the Convention to Combat Desertification (CCD) programme implementation
National Environment Management Council (NEMC).

Periodical articlePotkanski, Tomasz and Adams, William M. (1998)
See this documentWater Scarcity, Property Regimes and Irrigation Management in Sonjo, Tanzania
Abstract presentJournal of Development Studies. Volume 34 #4. April. p. 86-116.

BookUniversity of Dar es Salaam. Institute of Marine Sciences (1998)
Overview of land-based sources and activities affecting the marine, coastal and associated freshwater environment in the Eastern African region
Nairobi: United Nations Environment Programme. #167. 31p.

Conference paperMwandosya, Mark J. and Mbowe, George F. and Young, Peter (eds.) (1997)
Competition policy and utility regulation
Abstract presentDar es Salaam: Centre for Energy, Environment, Science and Technology (CEEST). #6. 192p.

Periodical articleNgallapa, B. (1997)
Clean water for sustainable development
Construction Review (Nairobi, Kenya). Volume 8 #11. December-Jan. 1998. p. 46-51.

BookPallett, John and Heyns, Piet and Marais, Christine and Larsson, Viera (eds.) (1997)
Sharing water in southern Africa
Windhoek: Desert Research Foundation of Namibia. 121p.

Dissertation / thesisLerise, Fred Simon (1996)
Planning at the end of the river: land and water use management in Chekereni village, Moshi District - Tanzania
257p.

Periodical articleScheren, Peter A.G.M. and Bosboom, Jeroen C. and Njau, Karoli N. and Lemmens, A.M.C. (1995)
Assessment of water pollution in the catchment area of Lake Victoria, Tanzania
Abstract presentJournal of Eastern African Research and Development. Volume 25. p. 129-143.

Periodical articleIkegami, Koichi (1994)
See this documentThe Traditional Agrosilvipastoral Complex System in the Kilimanjaro Region, and Its Implications for the Japanese-Assisted Lower Irrigation Project
Abstract presentAfrican Study Monographs. Volume 15 #4. December. p. 189-209.

BookMascarenhas, Ophelia and Veit, Peter G. (1994)
Indigenous knowledge in resource management: irrigation in Msanzi, Tanzania
Abstract presentWashington, DC: World Resources Institute (WRI). 58p.

Periodical articleMboya, M. (1994)
Impact of the 1993/94 rainfall performance on the 93/94 growing season in the north-eastern highlands of Tanzania
Proceedings of the Annual Scientific Conference of the SADCC-Land and Water Management Research Programme. October 10-14. p. 126-140.

Periodical articleOnyekwuluje, N.C. and Matondo, J.I. (1994)
Regionalization of hydrologic information in Tanzania (low flows)
Uhandisi Journal. Volume 18 #1. June. p. 39-51.

BookAlfenaar, Karin (1993)
Lake Victoria network
Abstract presentAmsterdam: Institute for Development Research, University of Amsterdam. 35p.

BookFritsch, Martin (1993)
Environmental management for schistosomiasis control: river flushing: a case study in Namwawala, Kilombero District, Tanzania
Zürich: Verlag der Fachvereine. 210p.

Periodical articleGrove, Alison (1993)
See this documentWater Use by the Chagga on Kilimanjaro
Abstract presentAfrican affairs: the journal of the Royal African Society. Volume 92 #368. July. p. 431-448.

Periodical articleLema, Anderson J. (1993)
Lake Victoria waters in the context of irrigation development in Tanzania
Abstract presentJournal of Eastern African Research and Development. Volume 23. p. 192-209.

Periodical articleMwakalila, S.S. and Hatibu, N. (1993)
Determination of effectiveness of rain-water harvesting technology for crop production in Tanzania
Proceedings of the Annual Scientific Conference of the SADCC-Land and Water Management Research Programme. October 11-14. p. 139-145.

Periodical articleMwanuzi, F.L. and Mutabazi, A.A. (1993)
A conceptual approach to water resources management for a catchment in Tanzania
Uhandisi Journal. Volume 17 #2. December. p. 76-92.

Periodical articleMwanuzi, F.L. (1993)
Use of discharge and rainfall data in rainfall runoff modelling for a catchment in Tanzania
Uhandisi Journal. Volume 17 #1. June. p. 43-53.

Periodical articleSemoka, J.M.R. (1993)
A critical assessment of research on selected environmental resources in Tanzania: agroforestry and water management
Uongozi. Volume 5 #1. April. p. 1-21.

BookSmet, Jo (ed.) (1993)
Health through sanitation and water: a study from a village perspective: evaluation of the SIDA supported HESAWA Programme in the Lake Regions of Tanzania
Stockholm: Swedish International Development Authority. #1993-1. 159p.

Periodical articleMbwette, T.S.A. and Kariuki, A.W. (1992)
The performance of a horizontal flow roughing filter/slow sand filter water treatment plant in Tanzania
Uhandisi Journal. Volume 16 #1. July. p. 62-82.

Periodical articleMwakalila, S.S. and Hatibu, N. (1992)
Rain water harvesting for crop production in Tanzania
Proceedings of the Annual Scientific Conference of the SADCC-Land and Water Management Research Programme. October 5-7. p. 513-525.

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