RECENT PUBLICATIONS AT ARU

 

SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN (SADE)

 

2013 Publications

1.      MREMA, L.K., (2013), Children’s Everyday Architectural Aesthetics of Public of open spaces:  Case of Msasani Makungira Informal Settlement, Tanzania.  ISSN 2277 – 0844 Vol. 2, Issue 7, pp 181-189.

2012 Publications

1.      MOSHA, L., (2012), Imposition of Architectural and Spatial Planning Concepts into Local Dwelling Culture in: Prime Journals, ISSN: 2251 – 1261, Vol. 2(6), pp. 596-603.

2.      Faustin M. Mosha And Livin H. Mosha (2012), Walking in Transforming Housing Cityscapes A case of Kariakoo Urban Center in Tanzania. Online Journal of Social Sciences Research. 1 (8): 231 - 238

3.      Mosha, L. (2012), Housing and Land Challenges in Tanzania, in: Prime Journals. 1 (6): 113 - 120

4.      Mosha, L. (2012), Imposition of Architectural and Spatial Planning concepts into Local Dwelling Culture in: Prime Journals. 2 (6): 596 - 603

 

2011 Publications

1.      Mosha, L., (2011). Architecture of African Dwellings: Policy Influence Towards Rural-Urbanism in Tanzania, Lambert Academic Publishing, Saabrucken, ISBN 978-3-8443-1573-8

 

2009 Publications

3.      Ezekiel Moshi(2009): Urban Transformation, Changing Building Types in Kariakoo, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, Oslo, Oslo School of Architecture and Design (ISBN 978-82-547-0223-9, ISSN 1502-217x PhD thesis 39)

4.      MKONY, M., (2009), Designing Healing A Conceptual Model for Promoting a Healing Care Environment in Tanzania, Doctoral Thesis, Reproservice, Goteborg, ISBN: 978-91-7385-349-1.

5.      BULAMILE, B., (2009), Homeowners’ Architectural Responses to Crime in Dar-es-Salaam. Its Impact and Implications to Urban Architecture, Urban Design and Urban Management, Doctoral Thesis, Universitets service US AB, Stockholm, ISBN: 978-91-7415-336-1.

2007 Publications

1.      Mosha, L., (2007). Professional Accreditation of Bachelor of Architecture Degree Programme in Tanzania, In: The Journal of Construction Business, ISSN 0856 6232 Vol. 9, No.4/5 October 2007, pp.26 -33, Dar-es-Salaam.

 

2006 Publications

1.      Mosha, L., 2005. Architecture and Policies: The Transformation of Rural Dwelling Compounds and the Impact of Ujamaa Villagisation and Nyumba Bora Housing Campaign in Missungwi – Tanzania, K.U.Leuven, ISBN 90-56-82-567-4


 

SCHOOL OF CONSTRUCTION ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT (SCEM)

 

 

2014 Publications

 

1.            Khalfan, K. A.; "Waqf as a Model for Production and Conservation of Architectural Heritage", Global Journal of Human-Social Science, D: History, Archeology and Anthropology, Vol. 14, Issue 3, pp. 19-26, 2014.

2.            Chileshe,  N., and Kikwasi, G. J., 2014. Critical success factors for implementation of risk assessment and management practices within the Tanzania construction industry.Journal of Construction and Architectural Management (21) 3 pp. 291-319

 

3.            Chileshe,  N., and Kikwasi, G. J., 2014. Risk assessment and management practices (RAMP) within the Tanzania construction industry: Implementation barriers and advocated solutions. International Journal of Construction Management,DOI: 10.1080/15623599.2014.967927

 

2013 Publications

 

2012 Publications

1.            Khalfan,  K.  A.  &  Ogura,  N.;  "Sustainable  Architectural  Conservation  According  to Traditions  of  Islamic  Waqf:  A  Case  of  World  Heritage  Stone  Town   of  Zanzibar", International Journal of Heritage Studies, Vol. 18, Issue 6, 2012, pp. 588-604.

2.             Khalfan,  K.  A.  &  Ogura,  N.;  “The  Contribution  of  Islamic  Waqf  to  Managing  the Conservation of Buildings in the Historic Stone Town of Zanzibar”, International Journal of Cultural Properties; Cambridge Journals, Vol. 19, Issue 2, April, 2012, pp.153-174.

2011 Publications

 

1.            Kikwasi, G. J., 2011, An evaluation of construction skills in Tanzania. Journal of Construction and Architectural Management (18) 2 pp. 127-139

2.            Kikwasi, G. J., 2011, .Assessment of LGAs programmes for improving construction contract performance: Case study of Kagera District Councils. Journal of Construction (4) 1 pp. 24-27

 

2010 Publications

1.               Kikwasi, G. J., 2010, Managing project working capital: The case of local construction firms in Tanzania. Journal of Building and Land Development (17) 1&2 pp. 45-56.

2.               Kikwasi, G. J., 2010, Construction skills: Tanzania construction sector in perspective. Journal of Construction (3) 1 pp. 20-23

3.               Khalfan, K. A. & Ogura, N.; “Influence of Outsourced Finance on Conservation of Built Heritage in a Developing Country: The Case Study of Stone Town of Zanzibar, Tanzania”, Journal  of  Architecture  and  Planning  (Transaction  of  AIJ),  Vol.  75,  No.   656,  pp. 2507-2515, Oct. 2010.

4.       Khalfan,  K. A.  &  Ogura,  N.;  “Asian  Influence  on Architecture  and  Conservation  of African Heritage Stone Town of Zanzibar”, Proceedings of the 8th  International Conference on Architectural Interchange in Asia, ISAIA, Japan, pp. 555-558, Nov. 9-12, 2010.

2009 Publications

1.            Kikwasi, G. J., 2009, Client involvement in health and safety of construction project at various phases of the project.Journal of Building  and Land Development (16) 1&2 pp. 30-43

2.            Kamruzzaman, Md., Khalfan, K. A. & Ogura, N.; “Urban Poor’s Accessibility to Decent Shelter in Dhaka City: An Exploratory Study on Housing Enablement through the Private Informal Sector”, Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transaction of AIJ), Vol. 74, No. 643, pp. 1969-1975, Sept. 2009.

 

2008 Publications

1.      Phoya, S and Haupt T.C (2008): Poverty alleviation of labour based infrastructure Delivery:The case of Dar es salaam. Acta Structilia, Journal for Physical and Development science Vol 15: 72-90

2.      Rubaratuka, I. and Ndumbaro, P., (2008). Application of Non-Destructive Testing in Evaluating Reinforced Concrete Structural Elements in Buildings. Tanzania Journal of Engineering and Technology, Vol. 2, Issue No. 1.

 

2007 Publications

1.      Eliufoo H (2006). Use of Knowledge Management in Mitigating Performance Impediments of Construction Organizations in Tanzania. Utafiti Journal of the Faculty of Social Sciences, Vol 7. No. 1

2.      Eliufoo H (2007). Managing the knowledge transfer process effectively: a case for construction organizations. Journal of Building and Land Development. Vol. 14 Issue no.2

 

2006 Publications

1.      Eliufoo H and Marobhe N. (2006). Asbestos Awareness for a Developing Country: The case of Dar es Salaam City, Tanzania. Tanzania Economic Trends Vol. 19 No.2, 2005:1-9

2.      Kikwasi, G., 2005, Women employment in the construction industry. Journal of National Construction Council of Tanzania, 8 (4): 21-25

 

Publications for between 2000 and 2005

1.      Eliufoo H (2001). Women Sand Miners in Dar es Salaam River beds.Journal of Building and Land Development, Vol. 8 (1-3), Dar es Salaam

2.      Kikwasi, G., 2003, Decision making in the construction industry. Journal of National Construction Council of Tanzania, 6(4/5): 19-24.

3.      Kikwasi, G., 2004. Employment and unemployment in the construction industry. Journal of National Construction Council of Tanzania, 6/7 (6/1): 16-23.

4.      Kikwasi, G.,2005, Women in construction: the blocked resource. Journal of National Construction Council of Tanzania, 7 (5/6): 7-14


SCHOOL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (SEST)

 

2014 Publications

 

1.         Kihampa, C., Salum, A., and Mkoma, S. L. (2014). Assessment of noise pollution in cereal milling machines and wood workshops in Tanga, Tanzania. Tanzania Journal of Natural and Applied Science, 5(1) : 741- 746

2.         Kihampa, C. (2014). B-lactams and Fluoroquinolone antibiotics in influents and effluents of waste water treatment plants, Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania. Research Journal of Chemical Sciences (Accepted)

3.         Urassa, H. E., Mkoma, S. L., and Kihampa, C. (2014). Noise pollution and community response to aircraft noise at the Kilimanjaro International Airport Tanzania. Tanzania Journal of Natural and Applied Sciences, 5(1) : 752- 756

4.         Mwegoha, W.J.S., and Kihampa, C. (2014). Effectiveness of Egg shell in the removal of lead ions from waste water. Journal of Building and Land Development (Submitted)

5.         Mahenge, A. (2014). Performance of horizontal surface flow constructed mangroves wetland in faecal coliform removal. Journal of Applied Phyto-technology in environmental sanitation, Indonesia, Vol 3, No. 2: 35-44

6.         Rugai D, and Kassenga G 2014. Climate Change Impacts and Institutional Response Capacity in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania” (pp 39-56): In Macchi, Silvia, and Tiepolo, Maurizio (Eds.) Climate Change Vulnerability in Southern African Cities. Building Knowledge for Adaptation Series: Springer Climate

 

2013 Publications

1.            Marobhe, N. 2013. Contemporary Issues Pertinent to Coliform Bacteria as Indicators of Fecal Pollution of Drinking Water: A Review .Journal of Building and Land Development, Dar es Salaam. Special issue 130 -143.

2.            Sabai M.M., Cox M.G.D.M., Mato R.R., Egmud E.L.C. and Lichtenberg J.J.N. (2013), Concrete blocks from construction demolition waste in Tanzania.Resources, Conservation and Recycling Journal. 72:  9-19.

3.            Kihampa C, Mwegoha W. & Mato R (2013). Organochlorine Residues Linger in Soil after Clean up of absolete Pesticides Stockpile. The Journal of Building and Land Management: Special Issue: 38-44

4.            Kihampa C., Mwegoha W.J.S. and Mato R.R.A.M. (2013), Organochlorine Residues Linger in Soil After Clean up of Obsolete Pesticide Residue Stockpiles. Journal of Building and Land Development, Dar es Salaam. Special issue 22-28.

5.            Kihampa, C. (2013). Heavy metal contamination in water and sediment downstream of municipal wastewater treatment plants, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. International Journal of Environmental Sciences, 3(5), 1407-1415.

6.            Kihampa, C. (2013). Environmental exposure and public health concerns of municipal solid waste disposal in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, 15(3): 198-208.

7.            Kihampa, C. and Wenaty, A. (2013). Impact of mining and farming activities on water and sediment quality of the Mara river basin, Tanzania. Research Journal of Chemical Sciences, 3(7): 15-24.

8.         Marobhe N. J. (2013). Antimicrobial effect of coagulant protein purified from Vigna Unguicalata Seed and Citrus Fruit Juice on River water Bacteria. International Journal of Innovation and Development, Vol 3, Issue 3, pp. 358 – 368

9.         Kasebele. M and Mwegoha. W.J.S. (2013). Atmospheric Pollution from the Major Mobile Telecommunication Companies in Tanzania. International Journal of Water Resources and Environmental Engineering (IJWREE)

 

 

2012 Publications

1.      Singo,J.,Mwegoha, W.J.S.,Kaseva M and Marobhe N. (2012). Nitrogen Transformation and Removal in a System Comprising an Irrigation Scheme, a Natural Wetland and a Domestic Water Reservoir: Case Study in Tanzania. International Journal of Environmental Science, Management and Engineering Research. 1(2): 77-90.

2.      Leonard L.S., Mwegoha W.J.S and. Kihampa C. (2012). Heavy Metal Pollution and Urban Agriculture in Msimbazi River Valley: Health Risk and Public Awareness. International Journal of Plant, Animal and Environmental Science. 2(2):107 – 118.

3.      Mwegoha W.J.S. (2012), Anaerobic Composting of Pyrethrum Waste with and Without Effective Microorganisms. African Journal of Environmental Science and Technology (AJEST) Vol. 6(8), pp 293-299.

4.      Mkumbo S., Mwegoha W. and Renman G. (2012), Assessment of the Phytoremediation Potential for Pb, Zn and Cu of  Indigenous Plants Growing in a Gold mining Area Tanzania. International Journal of Environmental Sciences 4: 2425-2434.

5.      Mwegoha W.J.S., Kihamp, C., and Sibomana L.L. (2012), Heavy Metal Pollution and Urban Agriculture in Msimbazi River Valley: Health Risks and Public Awareness. IJPAES 2(2): 107-118

6.      Kihampa C., W.J.S. Mwegoha and S. Shemdoe (2012), Heavy Metal Concentration in Vegetables Grown in the Vicinity of a Closed Dumpsite. IJES 2(2): 889-895.

7.      Sabai, M.M.; Cox, M.G.D.M;Mato, R.R.; Egmud, E.L.C; Lichtenberg, J.J.N(2013), Concrete blocks from construction demolition waste in Tanzania. Resources, Conservation and Recycling Journal. Vol.72., pp 9-19.

8.      Kihampa, C and Mwegoha, W.J.S, Mato, RRAM(2013), Organochlorine Residues Linger in Soil After Clean up of Obsolete Pesticide Residue Stockpiles. Journal of Building and Land Development, Dar es Salaam. Special issue, pp. 22-28.

 

 

2011 Publications

1.      Chaggu. E. O. (2011), Greywater Reuse and Recycling Potential: The Case of Mwanza City. The Open Environmental Engineering Journal 2011, 4, 78-88.

2.      Kihampa, C. (2011). Tanzanian Botanical Derivatives in the Control of Malaria Vectors: Opportunities and Challenges, Journal of Applied Sciences and Environmental Management, 15(1), 155-160.

3.      Kihampa, C.,Mwegoha, W.J.S.,Kaseva M and Marobhe N. (2011).Performance of solanum incunem Linnaus as natural water coagulant and disinfectant for drinking water. African Journal of Environmental Science and technology: 5(10): 867 - 872

 

 

2010 Publications

1.      Innocent, E., Magadula, J.J., Kihampa, C. and Hydenreich, M. (2010). Bioactive isoflavones from Dalbergia vacciniifolia (Fabaceae), Natural Products Communications, 5(6), 903-906.

2.      Kaseva, M. E., Mbuligwe, S. E. (2010). Potential of Constructed Wetland Systems for Treating Tannery Industrial Wastewater. Water Science and Technology 61(4); 1043 - 1052.

3.      Kassenga, G. R., Kaseva, M. E. and Mbuligwe, S.E. (2010). “Review of Applicability of Engineered Wetland Systems for Wastewater Treatment – With Some Case Studies in Tanzania”. The Open Environmental Engineering Journal, (3), 1-14.

4.      Kihampa, C. and Mwegoha, W.J.S. (2010). Heavy metals accumulation in vegetables grown along the Msimbazi River in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, International Journal of Biological and Chemical Sciences, 4(6), 1932-1938.

5.      Kihampa, C., Mato, RAM. and Mohamed, H. (2010). Levels of pesticide residues in irrigation effluent from tomato fields in Owiro Estate, Tanzania, International Journal of Biological and Chemical Sciences, 4(3), 601-607.

6.      Kihampa, C., Mato, RAM. and Mohamed, H. (2010). Residues of Organochlorinated Pesticides in Soil from Tomato Fields, Ngarenanyuki, Tanzania, Applied Sciences and Environmental Management, 14(3), 37-40.

7.      Kihampa, C., Nkunya, M.H.H., Joseph, C.C. and Magesa, S.M. (2010). Antimosquito phenylpropenoids from Uvariodendron pycnophyllum (Diels) R.E.Fr. Journal of Applied Sciences and Environmental Management, 14(3), 29-32.

8.      Kihampa, C., Nkunya, M.H.H., Joseph, C.C., Magesa, S., Hassanali, A., Hydenreich, M. and Kleinpeter, E. (2010). Antimosquito and antimicrobial clerodanoids and a chlorobenzenoid from Tanzanian Tessmannia species, Natural Products Communications, 5(2), 175-178.

9.      Ravikrishna, R., Lee, H-W., Mbuligwe, S. E., Valsraj, K. T., and Pardue, J. H. (2010). Air Quality During Demolition and Recovery Activities in Post-Katrina New Orleans, Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 29(7); 1438-1444.

10.  Mwegoha, Kaseva and Sabai (2010). Mathematical Modelling of Dissolved Oxygen (DO) in Fish pond. JEST, Vol. 4(9), pp 625-638

 

2009 Publications

1.      Kassenga, G. R. and Mbuligwe, S. E. (2009). Remediation of Landfill Leachate Pollution: Facility Media Assessment and Engineering Design Approaches. Journal of Building and Land Development 16(1&2); 44-63.

2.      Kassenga, G. R. and Mbuligwe, S.E. (2009), Comparative Assessment of Physico-chemical Quality of Bottled and Tap Water in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania. International Journal of Biological and Chemical Sciences. Vol.3; No. 2; pp. 209-217. 

3.      Kassenga, G. R. and Mbuligwe, S.E. (2009), Impacts of a Solid Waste Disposal Site on Soil, Surface Water and Groundwater Quality in Dar es Salaam City, Tanzania. Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa. Vol. 10; pp. 73-94.

4.      Kassenga, G. R., Mbuligwe, S. E. (2009). Comparative Assessment of Physical-chemical Quality of Bottled Drinking Water in Tanzania. International Journal of Chemical and Biological Sciences 3(2); 209-217.

5.      Kihampa, C. and Mato, RAM. (2009). DDT, DDD and DDE pesticide concentrations in water due to point source contamination at old Korogwe, Tanzania. Journal of Building and Land Development, 16(1&2).

6.      Kihampa, C. and Mato, RAM. (2009). Distribution of pesticide residues in soil due to point source pollution at old Korogwe, Tanzania. International Journal of Biological and Chemical Sciences, 3(3), 422-430.

7.      Kihampa, C., Nkunya, M.H.H., Joseph, C.C., Magesa, S., Hassanali, A., Hydenreich, M. and Kleinpeter, E. (2009). Larvicidal and IGR activity of extract of Tanzanian plants against malaria vector mosquitoes. Journal of Vector borne disease, 46, 145-152.

8.      Kihampa, C., Nkunya, M.H.H., Joseph, C.C., Magesa, S., Hassanali, A., Hydenreich, M. and Kleinpeter, E. (2009). Mosquitocidal and Antimicrobial Nor–halimane Diterpenes From Tessmannia densiflora. Phytochemistry, 70, 1233-1238.

9.      Mbuligwe, S. E. (2009)). Greening the Food Processing Industry: Concepts and Perspectives. Food Processing Methods, Techniques and Trends 289 – 321

10.  Mbuligwe, S. E. (2009). Waste Management and Resource Recovery in the Food Processing Industry: The Livestock Industry: Food Processing Methods, Techniques and Trends 77 – 113.

11.  Mbuligwe, S. E. and Kaseva, M. E. (2009). Comparing and Improving Industrial Solid Waste Quantification and Characterisation Methods in Developing Countries. Journal of Building and Land Development 16(1&2); 1-9.

12.  Mbuligwe, Kaseva and Kassenga (2009). Applicability of Engineered Wetland Systems for Wastewater Treatment - With Some Case Studies in Tanzania – A review , The open journal of Environmental engineering Volume 3.

26 Kasevaand Moirana (2009). The problems of waste management on Mt Kilimanjaro - A challenge to tourism. Journal of Waste Management & Research. 00: pp 1-10

 

 

2008 Publications

1.      Chaggu, E. O. (2008), Determination of Pit-Latrine Sludge Quality during use and at Emptying Stage Under Tropical Conditions: The Case of Dar-es-Salaam City, Tanzania, African Affairs. Vol. 23: pp. 43-72. 

2.      Kaseva, M.E., Mwegoha, W.J.S., Kihampa, C. and Sabai, S. M. (2008). Performance of a Waste Stabilization Pond Treating Domestic and Hospital Wastewater and its Implications to the Aquatic Environment-A Case Study in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Journal of Building and Land Development, 15(1&2), 76-88.

3.      Kassenga, G.R. (2008), The Status and Constraints of Solar Photovoltaic Energy Development in Tanzania. Energy Sources, Part: Economics, Planning, and Policy. Vol 3. No. 4; pp. 420-432. 

4.      Kassenga, G.R. and Mato, R.A.M. (2008), Arsenic contamination levels in drinking water sources in mining areas in Lake Victoria Basin, Tanzania and its removal using stabilized ferralsols. International Journal of Biological and Chemical Sciences. Vol. 2; No. 2; pp. 389-400. 

5.      Marobhe, J.N. (2008). Critical review of water supply services in urban and rural areas of Tanzania. Water Policy, Vol. 10 No. 1, pp. 57-71. 

6.      Mwegoha, W. J.S. (2008). The Use of Phytoremediation Technology for Abatement of Soil and Groundwater Pollution in Tanzania: Opportunities and Challenges. African Journal of Sustainable Development Vol. 10 No. 1: pp. 140-156. 

 

2007 Publications

1.      Chaggu, E. J., Sanders W., Lettinga, G. (2007), Demonstration of anaerobic stabilization of black water in accumulation systems under tropical conditions, Bioresource Technology Vol 98: pp. 3090-3097. 

2.      Kaseva, M. E. and Mbuligwe, S.E. (2007). Potential for resource recovery based on Institutional Solid waste: A case of two University campuses in Tanzania. Journal of Building and Land Development. Vol. 14, No 1, pp 113-121  

3.      Kaseva, M.E and Mbuligwe, S.E. (2007). Potential for Resource Recovery Based on Institutional Solid Wastes: A Case Study of Two University Campuses in Tanzania. Journal of Building and Land Development Vol. 14 No. 1; pp. 113 – 121. 

4.      Kassenga, G.R. (2007), The Microbiological Quality of Bottled Drinking Water Sold in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. WHO Journal of Water and Health. Vol. 5: pp. 179-185. 

5.      Kassenga, G.R. and Mbuligwe, S.E. (2007) Modelling of Natural and Engineered Wetland Systems Based on Mesocosmic Hydrodynamic Studies. The Tanzania Engineer, Vol. 8. No. 3; pp. 39-49. 

6.      Marobhe, N.J., Dalhammar, G., Gunaratna, K.R. (2007). Simple and rapid method for purification and characterization of active coagulants from the seeds of Vigna unguiculata and Parkinsonia aculeata. Environmental Technology, Vol. 28, pp. 671-681

7.      Marobhe, N.J., Renman, G., Gunnar, J. (2007). The study of water supply and traditional water purification knowledge in selected rural villages in Tanzania. In: Indigenous knowledge systems and sustainable development: Relevance for Africa. Boon E. and Hens, L (eds). Kamla-Raj Enterprises, Delhi, Indian. Tribes and Tribals, Special Vol. No. 1, pp. 111-120. 

8.      Marobhe, N.J., Renman, G., Jackson, M. (2007). Investigation on the performance of local plant materials for coagulation of turbid river water. Institution of Engineers Tanzania, Vol. 8 No. 3, pp. 50-62. 

9.      Mato, R.R.A.M (2007), Modelling and mapping groundwater protection priorities using GIS: the case of Dar es Salaam City, Tanzania. In: Groundwater vulnerability assessment and mapping (Witkowski et. al. eds.), pp. 155-166.  

10.  Mbuligwe, S. E. and Kassenga, G. R. (2007). Landfill Leachate Pollution: Genesis, Environmental Implications, and Remediation Engineering Options. Journal of Building and Land Development 14(1); 122-144. 

11.  Mbuligwe, S. E. and Kassenga, G. R. (2007). Small Community Water Resources Supply and Recycling, Nova Publishers, pp. 1-37. 

12.  Mwegoha W., O. S. Mbuya, N. H. Ugochukwu, and M. D. Abazinge. (2007). Use of Chicken Manure for Biostimulation and Enhancement of Perchlorate Rhizodegradation in Soil and Water Media. Bioremediation Journal 11 Vol. 2: pp. 61-70. 

13.  Shemdoe, R. S., Kingazi, S. P., Kitula, R. and Chaggu, E. J. (2007), Reducing Stresses on Wetland Resources in Dryland Ecosystems of Mpwapwa District, Central Tanzania: Where Do we start?, Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa Vol. 9(1), pp 197-206.

 

 

2006 Publications

1.      Kaseva, M. E. (2006).Contribution of Trona (Magadi) into excessive fluorosis – a case study in Maji Ya Chai ward, Northen Tanzania. Journal of the Science of the Total Environment, Vol. 366, pp. 92-100.

2.      Kaseva, M. E.(2006). Growth, biomass production and ammonia uptake capacity of Typha latifolia and Phragmites mauritianus in constructed wetland wastewater treatment plant. Journal of the Tanzania Engineer Vol. 8 No. 2, pp 14-23. 

3.      Kaseva, M. E. (2006).Optimization of Regenerated Bone Char for Fluoride Removal in Drinking Water-A Case Study in Tanzania. Journal of water and Health, Vol. 4. No. 1, pp 139 -147.

4.      Kaseva, M.E. (2006). Effectiveness of a Vegetated Constructed Wetland in The reduction of BOD5 in Pre-Treated Wastewater. Journal of Building and land Development, Vol. 13 No. 2, pp. 74-83. 

5.      Kassenga, G. R. and Pardue, J. H. (2006), Effect of Competitive Terminal Electron Acceptor Processes on Dechlorination of cis-1,2-DCE and 1,2-DCA in Constructed Wetland Soils. Microbiology Ecology. Vol. 57 pp. 311–323. 

6.      Mbuligwe, S.E. and Kaseva, M.E.(2006). Assessment of industrial solid waste management and resource recovery practices in Tanzania. Journal of Resources Conservation and Recycling. Vol. 47, pp 260-276. 

 

Publications between 2000 and 2005

1.      Chaggu, E. J., Mashauri, D., van Buuren, J., Sanders, W., and Lettinga, G. (2002), Excreta Disposal in Dar es Salaam. Environmental Management Vol. 30, No. 5, pp.609-620.

2.      Kassenga, G.R., Pardue, J.H., Moe, W.M. and Bowman, K.S. (2004). Hydrogen Thresholds as Indicators of Halorespiration in Constructed Treatment Wetlands. Environmental Science and Technology. Vol. 38: pp 1024-1030. 

3.      Mbuligwe, S. E., Kassenga, G. R., Kaseva, M. E. and Chaggu, E. J. (2002), Potential and Constraints of Composting Domestic Solid waste in Developing Countries: Findings From a Pilot Study in Dar-es-Salaam. Resources, Conservation and Recycling Vol. 36, No. 4, pp. 45-59.

4.      Mbuligwe, S.E. and Kaseva, M. E (2005). Pollution and self-cleansing of an Urban River in a developing Country: A case study in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Journal of Environmental Management Vol. 36, No. 2 pp 328-342. 

5.      Kaseva M. E and Mbuligwe S. (2000), ‘Ramifications of solid waste disposal site relocation in urban areas of developing countries: a case study in Tanzania’. Journal of Resources, Conservation and Recycling, Elsevier Science B.V, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, Vol.28. pp. 147-161

6.      M.E. Kaseva (2003). Biological Oxygen Demand (BOD5) removal in Vertical Flow Reed Bed cells treating wastewater from Up flow Anaerobic Sludge Blanket reactor. Tanzania Journal of Engineers Vol.6 No. 3. pp 51-62.

7.      Stephen Mbuligwe, Mengiseny Kaseva and Gabriell Kasenga (2003). Methodology and findings of a solid waste quantification and characterisation study in Dar es Salaam city. Journal of Solid Waste Technology and Management Vol. 29.N0. 3, pp179-191

8.      M.E Kaseva (2003). Performance of a sub-surface horizontal flow constructed wetland in polishing Pre-treated wastewater–A tropical case study Tanzania. Water Research Journal Vol. 38. No. 3 pp 681 - 687.

9.      Kaseva, M.E, Mbuligwe, S.E and Kasssenga, G, (2002). Recycling inorganic domestic solid wastes: results from a pilot study in Dar es Salaam City, Tanzania. Journal of Resources, Conservation and Recycling, Elsevier Science B.V, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, vol. 35, pp 243-257.

10.  Mengiseny E. Kaseva and Stephen S. Mbuligwe (2003). Appraisal of solid waste collection following private sector involvement in Dar es Salaam city, Tanzania. Habitat International 29 (2005)353-366)

 


 

SCHOOL OF URBAN AND REGIONAL PLANNING (SURP)

 

2014 Publications

1.      Kihaule, A. (2014). Analysis of the Impact of Rural Households Membership in the Micro Health Insurance on the Utilization of Health Services in Tanzania. GSTF Journal of Nursing and Health Care (JNHC) Vol. 1 No.2: 155 – 166

 

2013 Publications

2.      Burra M. 2013. Building capacity of local communities in service provision and environmental management: The case of water supply and sanitation in Buguruni-Mnyamani, Dar es Salaam, City. The Journal of Building and Land Development Special issues: 1-20

3.      Kihaule A. (2013). The Impact of Economic Policy Shocks on the Outcomes of the Fiscal Adjustment Policies in Tanzania. The Journal of Building and Land Management: Special Issue: 143-163

4.      Namangaya A. 2013. A Comparative Assessment of the Merits of Master Plans versus Strategic Urban Development Plans in Guiding Land Use Development. The Journal of Building and Land Development Special issues: 21-37

5.      Mdemu, M. and Francis T. (2013), Productivity of water in large Rice (Paddy) Irrigation schemes in the Upper Catchment of the Great Ruaha River Basin, Tanzania in Wurbs R. (Ed.) water Resources Planning, Development and Management, ISBN 980-953-307-678-7

 

2012 Publications

1.      Tumpale Sakijege, John Lupala and Shaaban Sheuya, (2012), Flooding, Flood Risks and Coping Strategies in Urban Informal Residential Areas: The Case of Keko Machungwa,Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, Jamba Journal, Vol. No. 41doi: 10.4102/jamba.v4i1.46

2.      Lupala, J.   and Regina, J. (2012), Tracking the process and Livelihoods of Kurasini Settlement Displacees in Dar es Salaam City, Tanzania Rural Planning Journal. 14( 1) 180 – 209.

 

2011 Publications

2.      Barten, F., Ackerman, M., Becker, D., Friel, S., Hancock, T., Mwatsama, M., Rice, M., Sheuya, S, and Stern, R. 2011. Rights, Knowledge, and Governance for Improved Health Equity in Urban Settings’, Journal of Urban Health, pp.1-10.

3.      Msami Joel, (2011), Location of Health Facilities in Rapidly Urbanising Cities: The Case of Peri Urban Areas in Dar es Salaam City, Tanzania, Licentiate Dissertation, Chalmers University, Gothenburg, Sweden.

4.      Dawal Magembe-Mushi, (2011), Resettling Displaced Residents from Urban Development Projects in Dar es Salaam City: Cases of Regularisation and Urban Renewal Projects, Licentiate Dissertation, Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Stockholm, Sweden.

 

2010 Publications

5.      Lupala J.M, (2010), Sustainable Urbanisation and Spatial Growth of Cities in Least-Industrialised Countries: the Case of Dar es Salaam City, Tanzania; Journal of Building and Land Development. 17 (1&2): 57-73

6.      Lupala J.M., and Mulengeki E., (2010), Housing Co-operatives as Vehicles for Decent Housing Delivery to Low-income Households: Impacts of Macro Economic Policies, Journal of Building and Land Development. 17 (1&2): 1-14

7.      Msaki M M, Mwageni E A and Reginald I; (2010); Inequity and Poverty in the Maasai Communities; Rural Planning Journal, 12(2),: 148-165.

8.      Sikira A N , Mwageni E A and Kagosi P J; (2010); Exploring the Link Between Socio-Economic Status and Gender Based Violence: Lessons from Serengeti District; Tanzania; Rural Planning Journal, 12 (1): 195-225.

9.      Sikira A N & Mwageni E A; (2010); Women Empowerment and Gender Based Violence: A Decision Making Perspective in Serengeti District, Tanzania, Local Government Development Journal, 1 (2): 115-133.

10.  Sikira A N , Mwageni E A and Salanga R J; (2010); Attitude of Women Towards Gender Based Violence in Serengeti District, Tanzania, Institute of Continuing Education Journal, 3 (2): 13-23

11.  Mdemu M, Laube W and Barry B; (2010); Temporal Water Productivity of Tomato Irrigated from a Small Reservoir and Hand-Dug Wells in Dry Season Cropping in Upper East Region, Ghana, Journal of Applied Irrigation Science, Vol 45: 75-93

 

2009 Publications

1.      Sheuya, S. 2009. Urban Poverty and Housing transformations in Informal settlements. The case of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, International Development and Planning Review, 31 Vol. 1 pp. 81-108.

 

2007 Publications

1.      Burra, M. 2007. “ Improving Urban Governance from Below: Community Initiatives in Managing Human Settlements in Dar es Salaam City”, Journal of Building and Land Development, Volume 14, Issue No. 1 pp?

2.      Sheuya S.; Howden-Chapman, P; and Patel, S. (2007): The design of housing and shelter programmes. The social and environmental determinants of inequ Journal of Urban Heath; Vol.84, No., 3, pp.99 – 108

3.      Sheuya, S. 2007. Reconceptualizing housing finance in informal settlements: the case of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania’, Environment and Urbanization, Vol.19, pp.441-456.

 

 

 


 

SCHOOL OF GEOSPATIAL SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY (SGST)

 

2014 Publications

 

1.         HidayaSenga, N. Kihupi, EvaristoLiwa and DidasKimaro (2013). Land Cover Changes along the Coastal Marine Ecosystems of Zanzibar. Journal of Asian Scientific Research, 2014, 4(2): 83-98

2.         Ubald Wampembe, EvaristoLiwa and Martine Hagai. 2013. Assessment of Vegetation Cover Degradation and Regeneration after Removal of Pastoralists in Usangu Wetlands – Mbeya, Tanzania. International Journal of Ecosystems. Vol. 4 (1):12-18

3.         YahayaMsangi and EvaristoLiwa 2013. A GIS Based Decision Support System for Identification of Suitable Sewerage Pond Sites in Tanzania. American Journal of Geographical Information System Vol. 3(1): 10-22.

 

 

2013 Publications

1.            Ulotu, P. 2013. Validation of Gravimetric Geoid Model TZG08 Using GPS/Levelling Method in Mainland Tanzania.  Journal of Building and Land Development. Special issue. Vol. 21(1). 94 - 114.

2.            Fernandes, R.M.S., Miranda, J.M., Delvaux, D., Stamps, D.S., and Saria, E. (2013), Re-evaluation of the kinematics of Victoria Block using continuous GNSS data, Geophysical Journal International, doi: 10.1093/gji/ggs071.

3.            Saria, E.,  Calais, E., Altamimi, Z., Willis, P. and Farah, H. (2013), A new velocity field for Africa from combined GPS and DORIS space geodetic solutions: Contribution to the definition of the African reference frame (AFREF), J. Geophys. Res. Solid Earth, 118, doi: 10.1002/jgrb.50137.

4.            Bwagalilo F., Liwa, E., and Shemdoe, R.,(2013). Integrating Geospatial Decision Support System with Indigenous Knowledge in Natural Resources Management. International Journal of Ecosystems. Vol. 3(6).177 – 184

5.            Bwagalilo F., Liwa, E., and Shemdoe, R.(2013), Farmland Tree Governance outside Protected Area in Eastern Usambara Mountains, Tanzania. International Journal of Agriculture and Forestry 2013, 3(7): 284-293 DOI: 10.5923/j.ijaf.20130307.05

6.            Liwa, E.,(2013), Towards 120 Years of Surveying and Mapping in Tanzania. Journal of Land Administration in Eastern Africa. Vol.1 (1)

7.            Liwa, E.,(2013), Performance of LAI and fPAR in the Classification of Remotely Sensed Data using Neural Networks.Journal of Building and Land Development. Special issue. Vol. 21(1). 58-68.

8.            Christopher, B., Mtalo, E. and  Liwa, E.,(2013). Land Use Change Detection and Impact Assessment on an Agricultural Area Using IRS Satellite Data.Journal of Sustainable Development;Vol. 6, No. 11; (55 – 70)

9.            Mwakapuja, F., Liwa, E. and Kashaigli, J., (2013), Usage of Indices for Extraction of Built-up Areas and Vegetation Features from Landsat TM Image: A Case of Dar Es Salaam and Kisarawe Peri-Urban Areas, Tanzania. International Journal of Agriculture and Forestry 2013, 3(7): 273-283 DOI: 10.5923/j.ijaf.20130307.04

10.        Kashindye, A., Mtalo,E., Liwa, E., Mpanda, M.M. and Giliba, R., (2013),Multi-temporal Assessment of Forest Cover, Stocking Parameters and Above-ground Tree Biomass Dynamics in Miombo Woodlands of Tanzania.African Journal of Environmental Science and TechnologyVol. 7(7), pp. 611-623,

11.        Mahuve, F., Liwa, E., and Job Chaula, J.,(2013),  Determination of Optimal Locations for Building New Health Care Facilities in Tanzania: A Case of Wanging’ombe District in Njombe Region. Interdisciplinary Studies on Information Technology and Business (ISITB). Volume 1 Issue 2, June - September 2013 (68 – 88).

12.        Deus, D. Gloaguen, R. Krause P. (2013), Water Balance Modeling in a Semi-Arid Environment with Limited in-situ Data Using Remote Sensing in Lake Manyara, East African Rift, Tanzania. Remote Sensing, Vol. 5:1651-1680.

13.        Deus, D. and Gloaguen, R. (2013), Remote Sensing Analysis of Lake Dynamics in Semi-Arid Regions: Implication for Water Resource Management. Lake Manyara, East African Rift, Northern Tanzania. Water, 5(2): 698-727.

 

2011 Publications

Hagai M. (2011). The need for Assessing Costs of Inefficient Access to Fundamental Spatial Datasets in Least Developed Countries – Proceedings of the first Conference on Advances in Geomatics Research, Makerere University, Uganda, College of Engineering, Design , Art and Technology, School of the Built Environment, Department of Geomatics and Land Management, 3&4th August 2011, pp. 142-151

 

2009 Publications

1.      Benouar, D.,Diagne, K., Kiunsi, R., Songore, J. Pelling M, Pharnab, R., Wisner B.,Ndiaye, A. and Yitambe A. 2009 Towards a safer urban future: conclusion and recommendations. In Pelling M and Wisner B. (eds) Disaster risk reduction: Cases from urban Africa. Earthscan, London (195-210)

2.      Kiunsi, R. B. and Lupala, J. 2009 Building disaster resilient communities. In Pelling M and Wisner B. (eds) Disaster risk reduction: Cases from urban Africa. Earthscan, London (127-145).

 

2008 Publications

1.      Calais, E., N. d’Oreye, J. Albaric, A. Deschamps, D. Delvaux, J. De´verche`re, C. Ebinger, R. W. Ferdinand, F. Kervyn, E. E. Saria, D.S. Stamps, A.S. Macheyeki, and A.Oyen, (2008), Strain accommodation by slow slip and dyking in a youthful continental rift, East Africa, Nature, 456, 783-787

2.      Stamps, D. S., E. Calais, E. Saria, C. Hartnady, J.-M. Nocquet, C. J. Ebinger, and R. M. Fernandes (2008), A kinematic model for the East African Rift, Geophys. Res. Lett., 35, L05304, doi:10.1029/2007GL032781.

 

2007 Publications

1.      Kiunsi R. B., 2007 Piping and gully erosion in the Southern parts of the Monduli District, Northern Tanzania. The Journal of Building and Land Development. Volume 14 No. 1

 


 

SCHOOL OF REAL ESTATE STUDIES (SRES)

 

2013 Publications

1.      Komu . E, 2013. Rental Housing in Tanzania: Power and Dialects of Misidentification. The Journal of Building and Land Development. Special Issue : 45 – 57

2.      LucianC. 2013. Characteristics of Property Changes of Two Stage Lime-Cement Stabilized Expansive Soils The Journal of Building and Land Development. Special Issue : 69– 77

2011 Publications

1.      Lucian, C. (2011), “Rental Value Trends in Real Estate Investment in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.Global Journal of Finance and Management, Vol. 3, No. 2, pp. 223 – 233

2.      Lucian, C. (2011), Simplified Prediction of the Stratigraphy of the Active Zone in Expansive Soils in Kibaha, Tanzania, Journal of Building and Land development, Vol. , No. , pp.

3.      Lucian, C. (2011). Basics of Building Construction. Dar es Salaam University Press (DUP), ISBN: 978 9976 60 512 9

4.      Mpogole M.K and Kongela, S. M. (2011) The Negative Impact of Land Acquisition on Indigenous Communities’ Livelihood and Environment in Tanzania. Habitat International, Vol. 35, pp. 66-73

2009 Publications

1.      Lucian, C. (2009), “Spatial Variability of Expansive Soil Properties at Different Scale within Kibaha, Tanzania”, The Global Journal of Agricultural Sciences, Vol. 8, No.1, pp. 95-100

2.      Lucian, C. (2009). Real Estate Mathematics. Dar es Salaam University Press (DUP), ISBN 978 9976 60 4831

3.      Mpogole, K. M. and Kongela S. M. (2009): The impact of peripheral urban land acquisition on indigenous communities’ livelihood and environment around Uluguru Mountains, Morogoro. RICS Publications, ISBN 978-1-84219-460-7

2008 Publications

1.      Lucian, C. (2008), “Damage to buildings on expansive soils in Kibaha, Tanzania”, Journal of the Institution of Engineers, Tanzania, Vol. 8, No. 4, pp 42-59

2.      Lucian, C. (2008). Geotechnical Aspects of Buildings on Expansive Soils in Kibaha, Tanzania. PhD. Thesis in Soil and Rock Mechanics, Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Sweden.

3.      Lucian, C. and Mpogole, K. M. (2008), “ Towards models of forecasting commercial rental values in Dar es Salaam City”, Journal of Building and Land development, Vol. 15, No. 1, pp. 78–88.

4.      Lucian, C., (2008), “Development of models to predict swell potential based on soil index properties”, Journal of Building and Land Management, Vol. 14, No. 2, pp. 59-66.

2007 Publications

1.      Lucian, C., Hintze, S. and Msambichaka, J. J. (2007), “A Geotechnical Study of the Characteristics of Swell-Shrink Soils in Kibaha, Tanzania”, Tanzania Journal of Engineering and Technology, Vol. 1, No. 3, pp 91 - 96.

2.      Lucian, C., Hintze, S. and Stille, H. (2007), “Geotechnical characteristics of swell-shrink soils in Kibaha, Tanzania”, Global Journal of Engineering Research, Vol. 6, No. 1, pp. 25-30.

 


INSTITUTE OF HUMAN SETTLEMENTS STUDIES (IHSS)

 

2014 Publications

 

1.            Woiso, D. A., Agea, J. A., Okia, C. A., Kimondo, J. M., Abdallah, J.M., Shemdoe, R. S., Mwang’ingo, P. and Teklehaimanot, Z 2014. Comparison of the Subspecies of Sclerocarya Birrea by Sex and Environment Tanzania Journal of Forestry and Nature Conservation, Volume 83(2),44-68

2.            Shemdoe R.S. (2014). Reducing impact of land degradation in Tanzania: Do incentive Market Based Mechanism Work for Sustainable Land Management? Sustainable Development. 7(6):1-7

3.            Gina CavanSarah Lindley, Fatemeh Jalayer, Kumelachew Yeshitela, Stephan Pauleit, Florian Renner, Susannah Gill, Paolo Capuano, Alemu Nebebe, Tekle Woldegerima, Deusdedit Kibassa, and  Riziki Shemdoe (2014). Urban morphological determinants of temperature regulating ecosystem services in two African cities. Ecological Indicators, (42): 43–57

4.            Hassan, I.H., Mdemu, M.V., Shemdoe, R.S. and Stordal, F. (2014) Drought Pattern along the Coastal Forest Zone of Tanzania. Atmospheric and Climate Sciences, 4, 369-384.

5.            Woiso Dino Andrew, Riziki Silas Shemdoe, Jacob Godfrey Agea, Clement Akais Okia, James Munga Kimondo, Zewge Teklehaimanot and Patrick Mwang`ingo, (2014). Regeneration, Soils and Associates of Three Subspecies of Sclerocarya birrea in Tanzania. Agricultural Journal, 9: 173-182.

6.            Sarah J. Lindley, Susannah E. Gill, Gina Cavan, Kumelachew Yeshitela, Alemu Nebebe, Tekle Woldegerima, Deusdedit Kibassa, Riziki Shemdoe, Florian Renner, Katja Buchta, Hany Abo-El-Wafa, Andreas Printz, Fatimatou Sall, Adrien Coly, Ndèye Marème Ndour, Rodrigue A. Feumba, Maurice O. M. Zogning, Emmanuel Tonyé, Youssoufou Ouédraogo, Saïdou Bani Samari and Bakary T. Sankara 2014. Green Infrastructure for Climate Adaptation in African Cities. In: Pauleit, S., Coly, A., Fohlmeister, S., Gasparini, P., Jørgensen, G., Kabisch, S.,Kombe, W.J., Lindley, S., Simonis, I., Yeshitela, K. (Eds.) 2015, X, 404 p. 131 illus., 115 illus. in color.

7.             Kimaro. A.A , K.D. Novak K.D., Shemdoe R.S  and  Chamshama S.A.O (2014). Carbon stock in planted woodlots at Kongowe, Kibaha, Tanzania: In Sustainable agroecosystems in climate change mitigation 67 M. Oelbermann (ed.) Sustainable agroecosystems in climate change mitigation DOI 10.3920/978-90-8686-788-2_4, © Wageningen Academic Publishers 2014

8.            Woiso Dino Andrew, Riziki Silas Shemdoe, Jacob Godfrey Agea, Clement Akais Okia, James Munga Kimondo, Zewge Teklehaimanot and Patrick Mwang`ingo, (2014). Regeneration, Soils and Associates of Three Subspecies of Sclerocarya birrea in Tanzania. Agricultural Journal, 9: 173-182.

9.            John Lupala and Sajjad Ali Bhayo, (2014), Building Densification as a Strategy for Urban Spatial Sustainability: Analysis of Inner City Neighbourhoods of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania,  Global Journal of Human Social Sciences, Vol. 14, Issue 8, Version 1.0; Global Journals Inc.

10.        John Lupala, (2014), The Social Dimension of Sustainable Development: Social Inclusion in Tanzania’s Urban Centres, Current Urban Studies, 2014, 2, p.350-360.

11.        John Lupala, Makarius Mdemu, Stanslaus Butungo, (2014), Effects of Peri-Urban Land Use Changes on Forest Ecosystem Services: The Case of Settlements Surrounding Pugu and Kazimzumbwi Forest Reserves in Tanzania, Journal of Geography and Geology, Vol. 6, No. 4; 2014, p.231-240; Canadian Centre of Science and Education.

12.        Alphonce Kyessi and Tumpale Sakijege,  (2014): Formalizing Property Rights In Informal Settlements and its Implications on Poverty Reduction: The Case of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, In: Journal of Business and Economics, Academic Star Publishing Company, Vol. 5, No 12, pp. 2353-2371.

13.        Alphonce G. Kyessi and Abdi Ka’Bange (2014): Sense of Ownership in Municipal Water Provision and Management: The Case of Tabata Community Water Supply in Dar es Salaam, In: African Resources Development Journal, Vol.1, No. 1, pp. 1-19

14.        Shemdoe R.S. (2014). Reducing impact of land degradation in Tanzania: Do incentive Market Based Mechanism Work for Sustainable Land Management? Sustainable Development 7(6):1-10

15.        Kihila, J., Mtei, K., Njau, K.N., (2014), Wastewater treatment for reuse in urban agriculture; the case of Moshi Municipality, Tanzania. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Vol 72-75, pp 104-110

16.        Kihila, J.,Mtei, K., Njau, K.N., (2014), Development of a cost-benefit analysis approach for water reuse in irrigation, International Journal of Environmental Protection and Policy, Vol 2 No 5, pp 179-184

17.        Kihila, J.,Mtei, K., Njau, K.N., (2014), Tracking materials with low phosphorus adsorption for use in constructed wetland aiming at wastewater treatment for irrigation purposes. International Journal of Sciences: Basic and Applied Research,Vol 14, No 2, pp 208-219

18.        Kihila,J(2014),Rainwater harvesting using Ferro cement tanks an appropriate and affordable technology for small rural Institutions in Tanzania, International Journal of Civil and Structural Engineering,Volume 3, No 3, pp 332-341

19.        Trond, V, Kombe, W.J; Kweka C.M and Hellevick, S. B (2014) Multi-level Governance and Coproduction in Urban flood-risk management: the case of Dar es Salaam. Chapter in a book pp. 117 – 138: (Climate change adaptation and Development Transorming Paradigms and Practices), and Routledge, London.

20.        Shemdoe Riziki, Kassenga Gabriel, Ricci Liana, Norero Carlo, Macchi Silvia, Sappa Giuseppe, 2014.“Mainstreaming Adaptation into Existing Urban Development and Environmental Management Plans” Working Paper, May 2014 Rome: Sapienza University. Available at: http://www.planning4adaptation.eu/

21.        Rugai Dionis, Fantini Laura, Shemdoe Riziki 2014. “Capacity Building for Climate Change Adaptation at Local Government Level in Dar es Salaam” Working Paper, 29 May 2014 Rome: Sapienza University.http://www.planning4adaptation.eu/Docs/papers/Working_Paper%20_Activity_3.2.pdf

2013        Publications

 

1.         Limbumba T. 2013. An Alternative Explanation for Residential Location Choices in a Rapidly Urbanizing City: The Case of Dar es Salaam. The Journal of Building and Land Development. Special Issue: 78 - 93

2.         Bwagalilo F.,Liwa E, and Shemdoe R. 2013. Farmland Trees Governance outside Protected Area in Eastern Usambara Mountains, Tanzania. International Journal of Agriculture and Forestry 3(7): 284-293

3.         Bwagalilo F.,Liwa E, and Shemdoe R. 2013. Integrating Geospatial Decision Support System with Indigenous Knowledge in Natural Resource Management. International Journal of Ecosystem: 3(6):177-184

4.         Kibassa, D., Kimaro, A. A. and Shemdoe, R. S. (2013).Heavy metals concentrations in selected areas used for urban agriculture in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania Scientific Research and Essays 8(27):1296-1303.

5.         Mngumi L., Shemdoe R.S and Liwenga E. (2013).Community Perceptions and Willingness to Accept and Execute REDD+ Initiative: The Case of Pugu and Kazimzumbwi Forest Reserves.Cross-Cultural Communication 9(3): 48-54

6.            Kibassa, D, Kimaro, A. A and Shemdoe, R. S (2013).Heavy metals concentrations in selected areas used for urban agriculture in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Scientific Research and Easy 8(27): 1296-1303

7.            Bwagalilo Fadhili, Evarist Liwa, Riziki Shemdoe (2013). Integrating Geospatial Decision Support Systems with Indigenous Knowledge in Natural Resource Management. International Journal of Ecosystem. 3(6): 177-184 DOI: 10.5923/j.ije.20130306.03

8.      Bwagalilo Fadhili, Evarist Liwa, Riziki Shemdoe (2013). Farmland Trees Governance outside Protected Area in Eastern Usambara Mountains, Tanzania. International Journal of Agriculture and Forestry 2013, 3(7): 284- 293 DOI: 10.5923/j.ijaf.20130307.05

9.      Mngumi Lazaro, Shemdoe Riziki Silas, Liwenga Emma (2013). Community Perceptions and Willingness to Accept and Execute REDD+ Initiative: The Case of Pugu and Kazimzumbwi Forest Reserves, Tanzania. Cross-Cultural Communication, 9(3), 48-54

10.  R. De Risi • F. Jalayer • F. De Paola • I. Iervolino • M. Giugni, M. E. Topa • E. Mbuya • A. Kyessi • G. Manfredi • P. Gasparini (2013): Flood risk assessment for informal settlements, In: Nat Hazards, Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht

11.  Kombe, W.J., Kassenga, G., Kyessi, A.G., Shemdoe, R. (2013): Research Reports on Climate Change and Urban Vulnerability in Africa, Case of Dar es Salaam, CLUVA Research. Deliverables

12.  Kyessi, A.G. (2013): Planning of Border Towns: The Case of Strategic Urban Development Plan for Tunduma Township, Mbeya Region, Tanzania, Paper Presented at a Research Workshop on Transborder Urban Networks and Urban/Regional Dynamics in Africa, held at the Nordic Africa Institute, Uppsala, Sweden, December 2-3, 2013

13.  Kyessi, A.G. (2013): Changing Urban Environments: Challenges and Opportunities of Rapidly Urbanizing Africa in the Context of Climate Change: The Case of Tanzania, Paper presented in an International Conference on Challenges of Urbanization and Development in Africa in the Context of Climate Change, Held in Arusha, July 24–26, 2013.

14.  Kyessi, A.G. (2013): Urban Food Security, Agriculture and Housing Spaces, Key Note Address Presened in a Consultative Meeting, Held at Pacock Hotel, Dar es Salaam, Thursday 28th February 2013

15.  Kibassa, D. (2013), Indigenous Rain Water Harvesting Practices for Climate Adaptation and Food Security in Dry Areas: The Case of Bahi District, African Technology Policy Studies Network, ATPS Research Paper No. 22,ISBN: 978-9966-030-66-5, Online, www.atpsnet.org/Files/rps22.pdf‎.

16.  Shemdoe R.S.(2013). Climate Governance and Development Case Study of Tanzania. Heinrich Boll Stiftung. http://www.za.boell.org/downloads/Tanzania_long_doc_low_res.pdf

17.  Kombe, W.J., Kyessi, A.G., Komu, F., Limbmba, T. (2013): Profile of National Housing Tenants, Report for National Housing Corporation, Dar es Salaam

18.  Kombe, W.J., Kyessi, A.G., Komu, F., Limbmba, T. (2013): Profile of National Housing Tenants, Report for National Housing Corporation, Dar es Salaam

19.  Makalle, A.and Chaggu, E.O. (2013), Final Evaluation of the Water and Sanitation Umbrella Programme (WASUP) in Mtwara, 2013 under the African Medical and Research Foundation (AMREF)

20.  W.S AbeliE.K Batamuzi,  A. Makalle,  F. Everest,  L. Chingilile, E.G Kitindi, R. Mchihiyo (2013).  Monitoring and evaluation of Climate Change Impacts, Adaptation and Mitigation (CCIAM).

 

 

 

 

 

 

2012 Publications

1.            Makalle A.M.P. (2012), Gender Relations in Environmental Entitlements: Case of Coastal Natural Resources in Tanzania. Environment and Natural Resources Research, 2 (4): 138-142                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            

2.            Makalle A.M.P. (2012), Post Harvest Storage as a Rural Household Food Security Strategy in Tanzania. Journal of Science and Technology 2 (9):814-821

3.            Shemdoe R.S and Kihila J. (2012). Understanding Community based Adaptation Strategies to Climate Variability in Fishing Communities of Rufiji River Basin in Tanzania. African Journal of History and Culture.4 (2): 17–26.

4.            John Lupala and Regina John, (2012), Tracking The Process and Livelihoods of Kurasini Settlement Displacees in Dar es Salaam City, Tanzania, Rural Planning Journal, Vol. 14 No. 1, pp. 180-209, Institute of Rural Development Planning IRDP, Dodoma, Tanzania.

5.            Tumpale Sakijege, John Lupala and Shaaban Sheuya, (2012),  Flooding, Flood Risks and Coping Strategies in Urban Informal Residential Areas: The Case of Keko Machungwa,Dar es Salaam, Tanzania,Jamba Journal Vol. No. 41, pp. 29-35,

 

2011 Publications

1.      Kibassa, D. 2011. The impact of cost recovery and sharing system on water policy implementation and human right to water: a case of Ileje, Tanzania, Journal of Water Science and Technology. 63.11; Pp 2520-2526.

2.      Makalle, A.M., Mesaki S and Victor, A.M. (2011). Livelihood Opportunities Through Informal Housing in the New Capital city of Dodoma, Tanzania. Cross- Cultural Communications.7 (4)104 – 120.

3.      Shemdoe R.S and Mwanyoka I.R (2011). Biofuel production in Tanzania: Local communities’ perceptions. Cross-Cultural Communication, 7 (4), 79-83.

4.      Shemdoe R.S., Kibassa D., Mshana E.S., Kingazi S and Mombo F. (2011). Politics of REDD: What are communities’ expectations on access and benefit sharing under REDD pilot projects in Tanzania? Prime Research on Education. 1 (7): 134-140.

5.      Shemdoe R.S. 2011. Tracking Effective Indigenous Adaptation Strategies on Impacts of Climate Variability on Food Security and Health of Subsistence Farmers in Tanzania. Working paper published by African Technology Policy Studies (ATPS) Network. ISBN: 978-9966-1552-0-7.

6.      Shemdoe R. 2010. Role of Housing Licenses in Accessing Loans as a Strategy to Urban Poverty Alleviation in Tanzania. Regional Development Studies 14:81-93

 

2010 Publications

1.      Kachenje Y Kihila J and and Nguluma H. 2010. Assessing urban fire risk in the central business district of Dar es salaam, Tanzania. JAMBA-Journal of Disaster Risk Studies Vol. 3 (1): 321-334.

2.      Kombe, W. J. (2010), Land Conflicts and their Socio-Political Implications in Tanzania, International Journal of Urban Sustainable Development, vol II.no. 3-4

3.      Kyessi, A. and Furaha, G. (2010): Access to Housing Finance by the Urban Poor: The Case of WAT-SACCOS in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. International Journal of Housing Markets and Analysis, Vol. 3, No. 3, pp. 182-202.

4.      Kyessi, A.G. (2010): Enhancing Security of Land Tenure in Informal Settlements: The Case of WAT-Human Settlements Trust in Hanna Nassif Settlement, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Utafiti; Journal of the College of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Dar es Salaam, Vol. 8, No. 1, 87-104.

5.      Shemdoe R.S. 2010. Heavy Metal concentrations in soils and leachetes of Mtoni dumpsite bordering Indian Ocean in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Scientific Research and Essays Vol. 5 (16): 2143-2147.

6.      Shemdoe R. 2010. Role of Housing Licenses in Accessing Loans as a Strategy to Urban Poverty Alleviation in Tanzania. Regional Development Studies 14:81-93

7.      Lupala J.M, (2010), Sustainable Urbanisation and Spatial Growth of Cities in Least-Industrialised Countries: the Case of Dar es Salaam City, Tanzania;Journalof Building and Land Development, Vol. 17, Vol. 17 No. 1&2, pp 57-73,

8.      Lupala J.M., and Mulengeki E., (2010), Housing Co-operatives as Vehicles for Decent Housing Delivery to Low-income Households: Impacts of Macro Economic Policies,Journal of Building and Land Development, Vol. 17 No. 1&2, pp.1-14, Ardhi University, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

9.      Nnkya T. J. and Lupala J.M., (2010), Planning Education in Tanzania: The Experience of Ardhi University Journalof Building and Land Development,(Special Issue) pp. 141-173,Ardhi University, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

10.    Makalle, A.M.P. and N. Ngware (2010), “Gender and Environmental Entitlements for Sustainable Livelihoods in Tanzania: The Cases of Moshi Municipality and Tanga City” Journal of Development Studies Vol. 10(1&2), pp. 13-29.

 

2009 Publications

1.      Luoga E.J., Silayo, D.A., Abdallah J.M and Shemdoe R.S. 2009. Tree species diversity under pastoral and farming systems in Kilosa District, Tanzania. Tanzania Journal of Forestry And Nature Conservation 79 (1): 58-68

2.      Makalle,A.M.P and Ngware. N.M. (2009).Gender and Environmental Entitlements for Sustainable Livelihoods in Tanzania: The case of Moshi Municipality and Tanga city. Journal of Development Studies Vol.9,Nos. 1&2,2009

3.      Shemdoe R.S. 2009. Impacts of Traditional Tillage Practices on Field Characteristics and Crop Yields: The case of Semi-arid, Central Tanzania. PhD Thesis, Faculty of Bioscience Engineering, Ghent University, Belgium. 110pp. ISBN: 978-90-5989-318-4

4.      Shemdoe, R.S., Kikula I.S., and Van Damme, P. 2009. Increasing Crop Yield in Water Scarce Environments Using Locally Available Materials: An Experience from Semi-arid Areas in Mpwapwa District, Central Tanzania. Agricultural Water Management, 96(6): 963-968.

5.      Shemdoe, R.S., Kikula, I.S., and Van Damme, P. (2009). “Traditional Tillage Systems as Drought Adaptation Strategies of Smallholder Farmers: The Case of Semi-arid Central Tanzania. Nature and Culture 4(2): 191-207.

6.      Shemdoe, R.S., Kikula, I.S., Van Damme, P., and Cornelis, W.M. 2009.Tillage Practices and their Impacts on Soil Fertility in Farmers Fields in Semi-arid Central Tanzania. Journal of Arid Land Research and Management, 23(2): 168-181.

7.      Woiso, D.S., Shemdoe,R.S, and Kayeye H. 2009. Potentials of and Threats to Traditional Institutions for Community Based Biodiversity Management in Dryland Areas of Lower Moshi, Tanzania. Forest Science. 25 (3):117-185.

2008 Publications

1.      Kingazi, S.P., Mombo, F.M., and Shemdoe, R.S. 2008. Discovering The Hidden Values Of Indigenous Tree Resources Of Shinyanga A Gender Perspective In Natural Resources Enterprises: In: Mukangara, F. and I. F. Shao, (eds.), Gender, Governance and Natural Resources in Rural Settings: Some Case Studies From Tanzania. Dar es Salaam University Press, ISBN 978 9987 442 40 9. pp, 125-154.

2.      Kyessi, A.G. (2008): Formalisation of Unplanned Settlements and Its Implications on Poverty Reduction: The Case of Dar es Salaam City. In: Tanzania Journal of Development Studies, Volume 8, No. 2, pp. 1-22.

3.      Makalle,A., Obando J and Bamutaze Y. 2008. Effects of Land Use Practices on Livelihoods in The Transboundary Sub-Catchments of the Lake Victoria Basin. Environmental Science and Technology Vol. 2 (10) 2008: 309-317

4.      Makalle.A.M.P 2008.The Adequacy of the Policy Environment for Sustainable Project Development in Tanzania Building and Land Development 15(1&2): 36-45.

5.      Shemdoe, R. S., Mbago, F. M., Kikula, I. S., and Van Damme, P. 2008. Weed species diversity on arable land of the dryland areas of central Tanzania: Impacts of continuous application of traditional tillage practices. GeoJournal, 71(2-3): 107-115.

 

2007 Publications

1.      Kyessi, A.G. (2007): Applications of Geographical Information System Infrastructure in Urban Land Management in Tanzania. Journal of Building and Land Development, Vol. 14, No. 2, pp. 123-133.

2.      Mireri C., Atekyereza, P., Kyessi A., and Mushi N. 2007. Environmental risks of urban agriculture in the Lake Victoria drainage basin: A case of Kisumu Municipality, Kenya. Habitat International. 31: 375-386.

3.      Mowo, J. G., Shemdoe, R. S., and Stroud, A. 2007. Interdisciplinary Research and Management in the Highlands of Eastern Africa: AHI Experiences in the Usambara Mountains, Tanzania. In: Price, M.F. (ed.) Mountain Area Research and Management Integrated Approaches. Mountain Ecology. Earthscan, ISBN-13: 978-1844074273. pp, 118–130.

4.      Shemdoe, R.S., Kingazi, S.P., Kitula, R., and Chaggu, E.J. 2007. Reducing Stresses on Wetland Resources in Dryland Ecosystems of Mpwapwa District, Central Tanzania: Where Do We Start? Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, 9(1):197 - 206.

 

 

 

 
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