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Abstract Availability and accessibility of proper amount and variety of foods are important determinants of household nutritional status. Agriculture commercialisation can be a useful means of…

2 September 2022 | Peer Reviewed | Tanzania

Abstract Two important risks faced by many smallholder farmers in Sub-Saharan Africa are erratic weather patterns and insecure land tenure. It is likely these risks will increasingly interact as…

1 September 2022 | EfD Discussion Paper | Tanzania

Abstract Great hopes have been placed on devolution policies as a means of attaining sustainable forest management in developing countries. However, heavy dependence on forests by many rural…

29 September 2022 | Peer Reviewed | Tanzania

Technical Report
prepared by Environment for Development (EfD) for the
Swedish Agency for Marine and Water Management (SwAM)

5 September 2022 | Report | South Africa, Tanzania

Lessons learned from a joint cross-country workshop in the East Africa Region

23 March 2022 | Report | Ethiopia, Uganda, Tanzania, Kenya, Global Hub

This study shows that households, where partners make decisions together, adopt more climate-smart strategies, have a higher yield, and have better household outcomes, compared to households with one...

1 March 2022 | EfD Discussion Paper | South Africa, Tanzania

Abstract Water for irrigation is an essential and primary factor influencing crop productivity. However, there is limited information on how availability of irrigation water guarantees efficient use…

4 August 2022 | Peer Reviewed | Tanzania

Abstract The rationale for FP use has changed over time to progressively emphasize poverty reduction and welfare improvements. However, literature hasn’t largely matched this change. This study…

4 August 2022 | Peer Reviewed | Tanzania

This study explores the effect of international trade measured by trade openness and foreign direct investment flows on environmental quality measured by ecological footprint in 23 Sub-Saharan African…

14 February 2022 | Peer Reviewed | Tanzania

Being mostly rural, Dar es Salaam has always been characterized by greenery and more recently by green space development. However, the values of these spaces are often not known. Note that these…

11 January 2022 | Research Brief | Tanzania