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  • Katani, J. Z.; Mawinda, S.; Mugasha, W. A. (E&D Vision Publishing Limited, 2019-05-01)
    Forest protection is a practice of preventing and controlling both biotic and abiotic agents, which affect forests and their associated products. There are two agents responsible for tree injury and diseases namely ...
  • Mugasha, W. A.; Kashindye, A.; Katani, J. Z.; Giliba, R. A.; Kingwere, S. R. J.; Zahabu, E. (E&D Vision Publishing Limited, 2019-05-01)
    Forest resource assessment is fundamental in decision making to provide essential data and information for forest managers and decision makers to ensure sustainable forest management. This chapter has described objectives ...
  • Mugasha, W. A.; Woiso, D.A.; Katani, J. Z. (Mkuki na Nyota Publishers Ltd, Dar es Salaam, 2017)
    Forest ecosystems are increasingly being recognized for their important role in climate change mitigation because of their ability to regulate the carbon cycle. As a result, national and global initiatives such as ...
  • Malago, J. J. (Nova Science Publishers, Inc, 2012)
    The digestive system, which extends from the mouth to the anus, is responsible for receiving food, breaking it down into nutrients (digestion), absorbing the nutrients into the bloodstream, and eliminating the undigestible ...
  • Vatn, A.; Kajembe, G.; Silayo, D.; Vedeld, P. (Climate Change Iimpacts and Adaptation and Mitigation Project (CCIAM) - Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA), 2016)
    This chapter discusses national gover­nance structures for REDD+ in Tanzania. It also docu­ments experiences from REDD+ pilot projects and discusses what findings from these imply for the national REDD+ strategy. The ...
  • Kabote, S. J.; Gudaga, J. L.; Tarimo, A. K. P. R.; Mosha, D. B. (Mkwawa University College of Education, 2018-06)
    This chapter examines groundwater situation in selected villages in rural areas of Mbarali District where drinking water infrastructures for domestic use are poor and or lacking. The study adopted sequential exploratory ...
  • Kabote, S. J.; Niboye, E. P.; Ringo, J. J. (Organization for Social Science Research in Eastern and Southern Africa (OSSREA), 2014, 2014)
    Using a combination of qualitative and quantitative techniques, this chapter examines processes and impacts of International Land Deals in Kisarawe District. Three focus group discussions encompassing 30 participants and ...
  • George C. Kajembe, G. C.; Silayo, D. A.; Mutabazi, K. J.; Massawe, F.; Nantongo, M.; Vatn, A. (Climate Change Iimpacts and Adaptation and Mitigation Project (CCIAM) - Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA), 2016)
    Reduced deforestation and forest degradation ‘plus’ the role of conservation, sustainable management of forests and enhanced carbon stock (REDD+) has been singled out as one of the core strategies against climate change. At ...
  • Hermans, Leon M.; Kadigi, Reuben M. J.; Mahoo, Henry F.; Halsema, Gerardo E. van (Loskopdam, South Africa, 2004)
    Conflicts over water are a common feature in closing basins and the difficulties in resolving them provide a serious barrier for the formulation of an effective IWRM strategy. Understanding the specifics of a conflict, ...
  • Sirima, Agnes (SAGE Publishing, 2017)
  • Kabote, S. J.; Mangi, H. O. (IGI Global, 2018-01-01)
    Since 2015, the efforts to promote sustainable development turned into a new face after the 17 Sustainable Development Goals were embraced by the 193 nation states, in the world, to be implemented up to 2030. Despite this ...
  • Mkonda, M. Y. (2019)
    The evidences that climate change (CC) is a real situation have been established by different scholars and international organizations. However, much of the vast and burgeoning literature on CC has indicated spatial ...
  • Msinde, J.; Urassa, J. K; Nathan, I. (WDR. wloclawek, 2018)
    This paper investigates the mechanism in which off-farm employment offsets the effect of crop income shocks. Using data collected from paddy farming households in Kilombero Valley, Tanzania, we examine the interaction between ...
  • Msinde, J.; Urassa, J. K; Nathan, I. (2018)
    This paper investigates the mechanism in which off-farm employment offsets the effect of crop income shocks. Using data collected from paddy farming households in Kilombero Valley, Tanzania, we examine the interaction between ...
  • Lupindu, A. M.; Mbugi, E. V.; Nzalawahe, J.; Hoza, A. S. (2018)
    Mycobacterial infections and tuberculosis pose global public health threats. High tuberculosis morbidities and mortalities are due to the diagnosis problems among other causes. This chapter describes and compares diverse ...
  • Lupindu, A. M.; Mbugi, E. V.; Nzalawahe, J.; Hoza, A. S. (IntechOpen, 2018-12-05)
    Mycobacterial infections and tuberculosis pose global public health threats. High tuberculosis morbidities and mortalities are due to the diagnosis problems among other causes. This chapter describes and compares diverse ...
  • Woiso, D. N.; Katani, J. Z.; Abdallah, J. M. (Mkuki na Nyota Publishers Ltd, Dar es Salaam, 2017)
    This chapter is about the concept of, current status of, and factors influencing Participatory Forest Management (PFM). The link between PFM and climate change is also described. Some examples are provided of how PFM is ...
  • Komba, A.; Bengesi, K. M. K.; Mwageni, T. (African Studies Centre, The Netherlands, 2018)
    This chapter aims at acquainting the planner with the concept of planning, together with the theories and models related to it. The clarification of this concept is important for understanding the state of and for implementing ...
  • Lupindu, Athumani Msalale (InTech, 2017)
    Urban and peri-urban livestock farming has been expanding in recent decades due to high demand for animal proteins to feed the growing urban population. The increase in number of livestock and livestock keepers has led ...
  • MGONJA, J, T; SIRIMA, A; MKUMBO, P, J (Routledge, 2015-12-18)
    In the recent past, the concept of ecotourism has been promoted in Tanzania as an alternative, low-impact form of tourism that supports conservation of natural resources, preserves local culture, and provides economic ...

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