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Neither modern nor traditional: Farmer-led irrigation development in Kilimanjaro Region, Tanzania
(Elsevier B.V., 2019-04)
The debate around what kind of irrigation, large- or small-scale, modern or traditional, best contributes to food security and rural development continues to shape irrigation policies and development in the Global South. ...
Differentiated Access: Challenges of Equitable and Sustainable Groundwater Exploitation in Tanzania
(Water Alternatives, 2018)
Groundwater is an important resource for a large share of the global population and economies. Although groundwater dependence in most sub-Saharan African countries is relatively low at the national level, localized ...
The fluid nature of water grabbing: the on-going contestation of water distribution between peasants and agribusinesses in Nduruma, Tanzania
(Springer Nature Switzerland AG., 2015-08-20)
This article contributes to the contemporary debate on land and water grabbing through a detailed, qualitative case study of horticultural agribusinesses which have settled in Tanzania, disrupting patterns of land and water ...