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MAJOR AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION PROVIDERS IN TANZANIA
While agricultural extension services in Tanzania have mostly been provided and financed by the public sector, the landscape is changing with regard to the provision of extension services in theExpand
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Contribution of innovation intermediaries in agricultural innovation: the case of agricultural R&D in Tanzania
With the current global economic reforms and advances in science, the move has been towards privatisation of the agricultural knowledge infrastructure. However, inadequate capacity of agriculturalExpand
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Inter-annual anomaly and seasonal variability of rainfall and temperature in selected Semi-arid Areas of Tanzania
Although climate variability and change are not new phenomena in semi-arid areas, their trends may change over time. Using data from Tanzania Mete orological Agency (TMA) during the interval 2003Expand
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UTILIZATION OF MEDICINAL PLANTS BY WALUGURU PEOPLE IN EAST ULUGURU MOUNTAINS TANZANIA
A study was done to assess utilization of medicinal plants in Nyachilo village situated in eastern Uluguru Mountains, Tanzania. Semi-structured questionnaires were administered and informalExpand
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Beyond Adoption/Rejection of Agricultural Innovations
This study seeks to explore the adoption of rice research-based innovations in rural Tanzania. Apart from the age and level of education of the head of household, which had an influence on theExpand
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Smallholder Adaptation to Climate Change in Semi-arid Areas of Tanzania: Experiences from Iramba and Meatu Districts
A study of the impact over the past 30 years of climate variability and change on smallholders’ farming systems and adaptation strategies was conducted in three villages of Iramba and MeatuExpand
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Conserving biological diversity through the Integrated Conservation and Development Project approach: with field examples from the Uluguru Mountains, Tanzania
1 = DOF-BirdLife Denmark, Uluguru Mountains Biodiversity Conservation Project, P.O. Box 312, Morogoro, Tanzania 2 = CARE-International, 2 Long Green, South Queensferry, West Lothian, UK 3 = UMADEP,Expand
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Rain-Fed Farming System at a Crossroads in Semi-Arid Areas of Tanzania: What Roles do Climate Variability and Change Play?
Positive changes, like adopting drought resistant crop varieties, in the rain-fed farming system (RFFS) in response to climate variability and change enhance system’s ability to support people’sExpand
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