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Year: 2008
The agricultural landscape in the highlands of eastern Africa is characterised by increasing fragmentation and serious degradation mainly due to high population pressure and limited use of available technological innovations
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Year: 2007
This report presents what happened during the implementation of the Annual Work Plan for year 2007 titled “Protocol for validating and scaling up integrated natural resource management approaches in Lushoto, Tanzania”
Year: 2006
This study was conducted in Kwalei Village, Lushoto District with the objective of determining if significant differences existed between farmers using the indigenous knowledge of applying a local shrub Tughutu (Venonia subligera) for soil enrichment in their fields against those not using it
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Year: 2006
This report summarises the progress made during 2005-2006 and several developments during the implementation of the project
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Year: 2006
In September-October 2006 a multidisciplinary team of researchers from the AHI Benchmarksite in Lushoto, the Agricultural Research Institute (ARI) – Selian in Arusha, the Agricultural Research Institute (ARI) – Mlingano, Tanga, the Association for Land use Environmental care Research and Technology Transfer (ALERT) in Tanga, the Tanzania Forest Research Institute (TAFORI) in Lushoto and the extension personnel from the District Council of Lushoto conducted a focused participatory resource diagnosis (PD) study in the villages of Mbelei, Kwekitui, Kwadoe, Kwehangala, Dule and Kwalei in Lushoto district
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Year: 2005
In 1951, the then colonial authority in Tanganyika gazetted an area approximately 3,276 square kilometres in north-eastern Tanzania called the Mkomazi Game Reserve (MGR)
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Year: 2004
Degradation of natural resources in the highlands of Usambara has been extensively covered
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Year: 2001
This discussion paper series has been launched as part of the NUTNET project
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