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Perceptions of tuberculosis and treatment seeking behaviour in Ilala and Kinondoni Municipalities in Tanzania.
This study was carried out in Ilala and Kinondoni Municipalities in Tanzania to explore the perceptions of Tuberculosis (TB), and treatment seeking behaviour, among patients attending healthcare… Expand
Sustainable Intensification to Advance Food Security and Enhance Climate Resilience in Africa
Africa is endowed with diverse eco-regions, climates, soils, landscapes and water resources. There were three regions of crop domestication in Africa. In addition to the Fertile Crescent in… Expand
Effectiveness Of Pesticide Labels As A Communication Tool For Smallholder Farmers On Pesticides Handling
This study was conducted in northern Tanzania to assess the effectiveness of pesticide labels in communicating useful information to horticultural farmers. A total of 200 respondents were obtained… Expand
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 the… Expand
If technology is the answer, what does it take?
ABSTRACT This article aims to assess why technology such as improved crop varieties has not taken off in Tanzania in spite of substantial efforts, and to consider what role policy plays in that… Expand
Impact of agricultural research : a study of on-farm development effects of agricultural research in southern highlands and eastern zones of Tanzania
- D. Mwaseba
- 23 June 2005
This study focuses on the role of agricultural research in development. In particular, the study draws on the experiences based on agricultural research conducted during the period 1980-1990 in the… Expand
Rice for Food and Income
This paper assesses the impact of rice research on household food security in Tanzania. The adoption of research-based innovations in rice farming, on which the impact of rice research is assumed to… Expand
Awareness of Aflatoxin Health Risks Among Parents with Children Aged Between 6-23 Months in Central Tanzania
In Tanzania, aflatoxin contamination and exposure in complementary foods was very high. However, it remains unknown whether the extent of the risks of exposure is linked to the levels of awareness… Expand
Forgotten Facts: Research and Development Priorities
Some high priority issues for research and development, and those which were not discussed included the followings: (1) Realizing the difference between climate and weather so that the confusion in… Expand
Factors in Smallholder Farmers’ Vulnerability to Climate Change Impacts in the Uluguru Mountains, Morogoro, Tanzania
This study assessed factors in smallholder farmers’ vulnerability to climate change impacts in the Uluguru Mountains in the Morogoro Region, Tanzania. To this end, the study first determined the… Expand