SOIL CONSERVATION IN KONDOA, TANZANIA: THE CASE OF THE RANGI PEOPLE IN HADO AREA

by MUGASHA & NSHUBEMUKI in FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT, V.25, 1988, PGS 159-180

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Soil conservation in Kondoa, Tanzania: the case of the Rangi people in the HADO area. For. Ecol. Manage., A current evaluation of some of the effects of soil conservation project (HADO) in a semi-arid area of Tanzania is presented. The project covers ha, of which 10 had been reclaimed by March, Cited by: 2.

Soil conservation in Kondoa, Tanzania: the case of the rangi people in the HADO areaCited by: 2. Soil conservation in Kondoa, Tanzania: the case of the rangi people in the HADO area.

Soil conservation measures including cutoff drains, tree planting, crops diversi fi cations and destocking were implemented in Kondoa eroded area (KEA) for decades. Mugasha AG and Nshubemuki L () soil conservation in Kondoa. Tanzania: the case of the Rangi People in the HADO area.

Forest Ecology and Management – CrossRef Google Scholar Mvunga MP () Land law and policy in Zambia. Zambian Papers No Lusaka: Institute for African Studies, University of okto-atelier.com by: Examples in the country are the two soil conservation projects HADO and HASHI in Dodoma and Shinyanga regions respectively.

The extensive savanna woodlands in the semi arid central, western and southern parts of the country constitute a post fire secondary forest zone where the potential for forestry as a major productive activity is high but.

They are inhabited by the Rangi people. The Hills enclose a km 2 area known as the Kondoa Eroded Area (KEA). The KEA is a recent administrative delimitation of a major land rehabilitation programme, the Dodoma Region Soil Conservation Project (HADO).Cited by: As a result of the incident, district commissioners of Kiteto and Kondoa would meet to discuss the situation with residents of the area in order to get a solution.

It is the second time that SOIL CONSERVATION IN KONDOA have erupted between pastoralists and farmers in the area. Two years ago, two people were killed in.

Soil conservation initiatives started in Kondoa district since the colonial administration in the s. During the s to s soil conservation involved measures such as reduction of livestock numbers, ridge cultivation, contour bunding of uncultivated land, rotational grazing and gully erosion control.

Farmers were also required to plant sisal around farmlands to save the arable land from Cited by: 2. The need for socio-economic and environmental indicators to monitor degraded ecosystem rehabilitation: A case study from Tanzania Article in Agriculture Ecosystems & Environment 87(2) Soil erosion as a major form of environmental degradation in the tropics is a major constraint.

to agricultural production (Beets, ). Due to the vastness and the physical diversity of Tanzania, there is no. single solution to environmental degradation and the dwindling of the land resource base.

HADO covered the three districts of the region, with a main focus on Kondoa, specifically the Kondoa Eroded Area (KEA) which covered km 2, or about 10% of the total area of the district (Kangalawe, ; Mugasha and Nshubemuki, ). Villages in the southern part of the REDD+ target area were either within or very close to the okto-atelier.com by: 4.

Aug 13,  · Changing land use/cover patterns and implications for sustainable environmental management in the Irangi Hills, central Tanzania Mbegu, A. C., & Yrgård, A. The hand of man. Soil conservation in the Kondoa eroded area, Tanzania.

Report No. Nairobi: Regional Soil Conservation Unit. Processes and the past among the Rangi of Cited by: 7. Studies on Soil Erosion Control and Land Reclamation in Kondoa District: An Evaluation of HADO project University of Dar es Salaam, Institute of Resource Assessment, Dar es Salaam.

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Slegers. Nshubemuki's 14 research works with 37 citations and reads, including: Comparative growth performance of different Australian provenances and local land races of Grevillea robusta at. Education. Proceedings of Tanzania Society of Agricultur e and Extension Workshop.

Semgalawe, Z. Household behavior and Agricultural Sustainability in the north-Eastern Mountains of Tanzania. The Case study of Soil Conservation in The Northern Pare and West Usambara Mountains. Wageningen Agricultural University. Sen, Amartya. The VNRC is an institution that was formed by the HADO project (HADO stands for Hifadhi Ardhi Dodoma, which means Dodoma Regional Soil Conservation in English) in the s (see below, Section ), and is supposed to constitute the bridge between the local population, the responsible NGO ARKFor, and the district political level.

VNRC Author: Örjan Bartholdson, Jumanne M. Abdallah, Kristina Marquardt, Lennart Salomonsson. Land rehabilitation, soil conservation, and tree planting were the hallmarks of development policy in the Kondoa area for at least half a century [59,60,61,62,63,64,65,66], but are now history.

The institutional set up for land rehabilitation work is no longer there. No government foresters are posted to the study okto-atelier.com by: 7. Tropical animal feeding A manual for research workers okto-atelier.com 3 van 3 17/02/.

Man-Land Interrelationships in Semi-Arid Areas of Tanzania The MALISATA Programme was initiated in with the support of the Swedish Agency for Research Co-operation (SAREC) to develop an understanding of land degradation in the Kondoa Eroded Area (KEA) in the Kondoa District and other semi arid areas of Tanzania.

Reversed Migration Trends in the Kondoa Eroded Area: Lessons for Future Conservation Activities in the Hado Project Areas, Tanzania "The main objective of the project was conserving land and water and reclaiming the already depleted areas. Arusha is the only large scale urban development in the region.

Mbulu was established as a German administrative centre, and became the British headquarters for the Mbulu okto-atelier.comi developed as a trading centre when the German settlement started there in the late 'okto-atelier.com served that section of the Mbulu District which lay below the Rift (now the Hanang District).

Tanzania is not blessed with many autobiographies written by Tanzanians of the calibre of this author. The book is also not just an autobiography – it is a contribution to the history of some of the most dramatic years in Tanzania’s post-independence period.

Conservation tillage with animal traction for soil-water management and environmental sustainability in Namibia by Percy Misika 1 and Emannuel Mwenya 2 1Deputy PS, MAWRD Namibia 2Mashare Agricultural Institute, Namibia Abstract This paper is based on the outcome of a national workshop on conservation tillage with animal traction for.

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The first issue was in and the last one in On this page, you have the content of all the volumes from the beginning. underutilization of forest in tanzania INTRODUCTION In recent years, there has been a move in eastern and southern African countries from centralized and state-driven management of natural resources towards decentralised and people-centred based okto-atelier.com: Changwa.

An Affair With Africa: Tanganyika Remembered by Don Barton This resulted in widespread and severe soil erosion, a reduction in the area of land available for agriculture, and declining fertility.

It was scarcely a matter for pride that agronomists and land use experts came from far afield – including a party from Bechuanaland (Botswana. Tanzania, officially the United Republic of Tanzania (Jamhuri ya Muungano wa Tanzania), is a sovereign state in eastern Africa within the African Great Lakes region.

relations. A visit to the Administrative Secretary of the Kondoa District signalled our official arrival to the Kondoa Eroded Area that we all knew so much about. He gave us general information: villages,residents, 13, km2, electricity for five years, etc. At the present early stage of investigation, no improvement can be suggested on the customary method of shifting cultivation as practised by farmers on soil of this type." TANZANIA 2 A G eneral information Source: case study of Hado, Tanzania Location: Hado area, Kondoa Rainfall: mm annual average Population density: 21 or persons.The Ha people call the lake bordering area they live in as Buha, the region consists of grasslands and open woodlands, they are culturally an Afro-Asiatic agricultural group who share the northwestern part of Tanzania with the Sukuma, the Haya, the Zinza, the Hangaza and the Subi ethnic groups.

The Ha people grow sorghum, corn, yams and other.Full text of "ERIC ED Development and Education in the Mwanza District (Tanzania), A Case Study of Migration and Peasant okto-atelier.com other formats.