The Social Dimension of Water Management in an Era of Increasing Water Scarcity in Tanzania

@inproceedings{Mvena2016TheSD,
  title={The Social Dimension of Water Management in an Era of Increasing Water Scarcity in Tanzania},
  author={Z. S. K. Mvena},
  year={2016}
}
Tanzania has vast water bodies and rivers as well as substantial underground water reserves. Yet, the country has an inequitable distribution of this vital resource. This calls for a better understanding of the nature of water distribution and use by society both in the short and long term. The paper, therefore, begins by providing an assessment of the water situation in the country, including documentation of the different water sources, namely, rivers, lakes, and underground water. The paper… Expand
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