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  1. 2018-11-20 This book is designed as a simple introduction to the more common food plants of Tanzania. It is hoped people will take greater pride and interest in these plants and become confident and informed about how to grow and use them. Many of the local food plants that occur in every country are very...
  2. 1994-01-01 This handbook was published with the hope that it will be widely used by extension, education and research institutions in order to foster interest in the growing and management of a wider range of tree and shrub species as part of the development of sustainable land-use systems in Tanzania.
  3. A brief video ofChris McDonoughdescribing the issues of soil erosion in black cracking clay soils in Tanzania, showing the importance of conservation farming techniques to help overcome this.
  4. Agroecology is a holistic approach to farming which takes into account social, environmental, and health concerns of food production. A long-term participatory research project with smallholder farmers in Malawi and Tanzania using agroecology will be discussed. In this research project, farmers...
  5. 2019-02-12 Session: The principles informing the notion of a Social Contract on Water in Tanzania still needs to be more legally binding, democratically enforceable and widely accepted in interpreting the current Industrial Economic Growth Policy. IRTECO wants to share its experiences on how democratic...
  6. Session:There is a long history of dairy development in Rungwe District, Mbeya Region, Tanzania. Part of this presentation offers a case study of the introduction of dairy cows in one ward since the early 1980s. It suggests how ideas from science and technology studies (STS) about innovation can...
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  8. Abstract,International Journal of Agriculture and Environmental Research, 2016 Soil and Water conservation (SWC) measures play significant role in improving land productivity. The study assessed contribution of soil and water conservation measures/techniques in land productivity in dry-land areas...
  9. Sustainable Agriculture Tanzania (SAT) creates linkages between farmers, educators, researchers and government, to generate and inspire, locally-relevant knowledge in agroecology. Since 2011, SAT has brought only in Morogoro over 2000 small-scale farmers working together into the agroecological...
  10. Building farmers’ capacity to adapt and respond to climate change is essential to enhancing food security and reducing poverty in the long term. The Expanding Rice Production Project (ERPP) partners with small-scale food producers, women farmers, and civil society organizations in Tanzania to...
  11. Abstract, Journal of Food Research, 2016 Baobab (Adansonia digitata L.)is a majestic tree associated with human habitation in some of the semi-arid regions of Africa and establishes an enormous economic and nutritional importance to the rural residential districts. The fruit pulp is considered to...
  12. Abstract,Journal of Agriculture and Ecology Research International, 2018 Stem borers have been reported as the most injurious insect pests of rice among the insects that attack rice crop globally. Management of stem borers has been relied on the use of synthetic insecticides but has been...
  13. Abstract,American Journal of Research Communication, 2017 January A rapid population growth rate couples with a diverse climate change, both associated to food and nutrition insecurity in Tanzania, calls upon a need to adopt and utilize more nutritious and stress tolerant food crop varieties....
  14. This comprehensive document provides detailed information on 47 nutrients in over 400 commonly consumed Tanzanian foods and local dishes. Created by a collaborative effort of theMuhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences, theTanzania Food and Nutrition Centre, and the Harvard School of...
  15. 2011-01-20
  16. 2017-11-15 Agroecology is a holistic approach to farming which takes into account social, environmental, and health concerns of food production. A long-term participatory research project with smallholder farmers in Malawi and Tanzania using agroecology will be discussed. In this research project, farmers...
  17. 2019-02-14 Session: There is a long history of dairy development in Rungwe District, Mbeya Region, Tanzania. Part of this presentation offers a case study of the introduction of dairy cows in one ward since the early 1980s. It suggests how ideas from science and technology studies (STS) about innovation can...
  18. 2007-01-20
  19. 2019-02-14 Session: This workshop seeks to draw together people involved in or interested in top-bar beekeeping. Drawing from our experience of starting beekeeper groups in rural villages in the Mwanza region, we will discuss challenges faced, lessons learned and also the potential for the future of...
  20. 2018-11-13 In August 2017, Tim Watkins traveled to Mchinga, Tanzania to assist Kilimo Timilifu (KT) in the process of developing a plan for integrating agroforestry practices into KT's farm plans. He worked closely with Joel Wildasin, who was serving as the KT farm manager at the time. Tim will begin by...
  21. Tanzania Organic Agriculture Movement (TOAM) is a registered NGO formed in 2005 under the NGO Act of 2002. We are an umbrella organization that coordinates and promotes the development of organic farming among farmers, distributors and consumers through networking and information distribution....
  22. The Tanzania Veterinary Journal (The Tropical Veterinarian) is a biannual Journal, which publishes original contribution to knowledge on Veterinary Science, Animal Science and Production, and allied sciences including new techniques and developments in Veterinary Medicine. The target readers of...
  23. 2010-10-20 Experiences promoting use of moringa in Tanzania
  24. Abstract, Clean Technologies, 2018 July Currently, renewable energy development is emphasized for sustainable development goals accomplishment and the better realization of sustainable development globally. Tanzania, like other developing countries, is striving to adopt different ways of ensuring...
  25. Abstract,African Journal of Food Science, 2016 July Population increase is forcing mankind to look for alternative food sources from underutilized plants. Jack bean has been earmarked as one of these food sources. The only barrier for its utilization is the presence of inherent toxic compounds...
  26. The book encourages more Tanzanians to use local varieties of vegetables in their cooking. It describes the preparation techniques as well as the health and nutritional values of traditional vegetables. Slow Food Foundation for Biodiversity 49 pages, illustrated
  27. 2004-01-01 The purpose of this study is to provide recommendations for enhancing the role of indigenous vegetables for improved nutrition, healthy diet, and diversified income generation in home garden production and commercial farming systems in Tanzania. The study uses a multidisciplinary approach to...
  28. Lightning Talk, ECHOEast Africa Pastoralist Symposium, March 29, 2022. Presenter: Barick Leya
  29. Journal of Sustainable Agriculture in East Africa Swahili Only Mkulima Mbunifu (MkM)is a monthly journal that provides agricultural information on ecologically sound farming practices and technologies. MkM aims to improve the economic, social and environmental life of smallholder farmers in...
  30. The manual is forpeople who eat, grow or buy food and who want to improve their lives, theircommunity and the environment that they live in. It has been written for, andby, people livingin Malawi. It will show you how to eat and live better andguide you in designing a sustainablefuture. The...
  31. Abstract,European Journal of Agriculture and Food Sciences, 2021 A study was conducted to evaluate the effect of management, breed, and their interaction on growth performance, egg production, and survivability under on-station and on-farm management conditions in Tanzania. A total of 1200...
  32. Savannas Forever Tanzania (SFTZ) is a non-profit Tanzanian research and development organization that provides on-the-ground expertise in East Africa for: conductingbaseline and endline surveys local management of specialty projects andlogistical supportfor University-based principal...
  33. Session:The presentation will be a reflection on experiences and lessons learned from involvement with pastoralist communities since 1999. Presenter: Eamonn Brehony and Alais Morindat
  34. Lightning Talk, ECHOEast Africa Pastoralist Symposium, March 29, 2022. Presenter: Ritha Tarimo
  35. Session:Securing the long-term health of Northern Tanzania’s rangelands is critical for both biodiversity conservation and human development initiatives. Threatened by climate change and overburdened resource use, the future of pastoralist communities whose livestock depend on healthy pastures is...

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