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Manyama, Mkama, Mkama, Cuthbert Nahonyo, Aloyce Hepelwa.. 2020. “The degradation of any ecosystem services (ES) and the benefits human being enjoy from nature freely…”

17 March 2021 | Peer Reviewed | Tanzania

Ng’atigwa, A.A., Hepelwa, A., Yami, M., Manyong, V. 2020. “Involvement of youth in horticulture agribusiness has become a vital approach to create employment…”

14 August 2020 | Peer Reviewed | Tanzania

Hepelwa, Aloyce . 2020. “The interdependence between agriculture and industry sectors has increased in developing countries…”

17 March 2021 | Peer Reviewed | Tanzania

Magashi, Joseph, Hepelwa, Aloyce. 2019. “Effective sustainable natural resource management asks for an integrated approach to allow the…”

17 March 2021 | Peer Reviewed |

Achandi, Esther Leah , Kidane, Asmerom, Hepelwa, Aloyce, Mujawamariya, Gaudiose . 2019. “This study examines women’s empowerment and its determinants for smallholder rice farming households…”

17 March 2021 | Peer Reviewed | Tanzania

Mkama, Thomas Manyama, Hepelwa, Aloyce, Nahonyo, Cuthbert Leonard. 2019. “This paper analyzed and mapped the impact of built environment (BE) on socio-ecological services…”

27 November 2019 | Peer Reviewed | Tanzania

Ochieng, Nelson, Hepelwa, Aloyce. 2018. “This study aimed at examining the effect of crop commercialisation on rural households’ poverty in…”

16 March 2021 | Peer Reviewed | Tanzania

Achandi, Esther Leah, Kidane, Asmerom, Hepelwa, Aloyce. 2018. “Smallholder farmers form the vast majority of rice producers in Tanzania. Nonetheless, smallholder…”

16 March 2021 | Peer Reviewed | Tanzania

Bayiyana, Irene, Hepelwa, Aloyce, Rao, Elizaphan J.O., Mdadila, Kenneth. 2018. “The dairy industry has great potential to improve living standards for the poor in Tanzania and more…”

17 March 2021 | Peer Reviewed | Tanzania

Aheisibwe, Ambrose Rwaheru, Lokina, Razack, Hepelwa, Aloyce. 2018. “This study established the level of technical efficiency and its determinants among the informal and…”

17 March 2021 | Discussion Paper | Tanzania