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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. ...
Estimating groundwater recharge on the southern slope of Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania
(Springer Nature Switzerland AG., 2019-12-03)
This paper used three methods namely: water-table fluctuation (WTF), soil moisture balance (SMB), and chloride mass balance (CMB) to estimate groundwater recharge in a degraded Kahe catchment located on the southern slope ...
Evidence of climate change impacts on water, food and energy resources around Kilimanjaro, Tanzania
(Springer Nature Switzerland AG., 2019-11-08)
This review presents research evidence of climate change and anthropogenic impacts on the slopes of Mt. Kilimanjaro and its implications on water, food and energy production (WFE nexus). While there exist divided scholarly ...
Re-introducing Politics in African Farmer-Led Irrigation Development: Introduction to a Special Issue
(Water Alternatives, 2019-02)
This introduction is a reflexive piece on the notion of farmer-led irrigation development and its politics. It highlights the way the varied contributions to the Special Issue support a shared perspective on farmerled ...