On Going Research Projects
Number of postgraduate students supported
Climate Change and Urban Vulnerability in Africa
3 PhD students
World Bank supported project
14 PhD students registered in different universities AND 22
MSc registered at ARU
Sida supported project
6 PhD and 6 MSc
Climate Change Impact Adaptation and Mitigation (CCIAM)
3 PhD students and 3 MSc students
Assessment of the Perfomance of Hydroponics Plant System (HPS) for Treatment and Disposal of Waste Water in Tanzania
Innovation Approaches for Solid Waste Management in Dar es salaam
The Assessment of Atmospheric Deposition of Nutrients and Heavy Metals on the Environment
Effects of Land Use Changes in Lake Victoria Trans boundary River Basin on Livelihoods and Environment Health. Case of Mara and Sio River Basins
The Impact of Land Alienation and Fragmentation on Rural Population in Tanzania
Investigating Grey Water Treatment and Re-use in Agriculture to Improve Livelihood Public Health and Environment Protection in Lake Victoria Basin
Effects of Environment Changes on Livelihoods of Communities Surrounding Lake JIPE, Kilimanjaro, Tanzania
Community Participation in Environmental Management: The Case of Solid Waste Management in Kinondoni Municipality- Dar es salaam
Coping with Accommodation in Colonial African Quarters: The Case of Ilala Quarters and Msimbazi Subwards in Ilala Dar es salaam City
Trailling of Pesticides in Vegetable and Cultivated Soil Due to Point Source Contamination and Public Health Risk at Korogwe District, Tanga Region, Tanzania
Building Capacity of Local Communities for Effective Settlement Upgrading and Environmental Management. The Case of Buguruni- Mnyamani Dar es salaam City
Productivity of Water in Medium Rice (Paddy) Irrigation Schemes in the Upper Catchments of the Great Ruaha River Basin in Tanzania
Redevelopment and Displacement of the Poor: Tracking the Process and Livelihood Strategies of Kurasini Displacees
Tracking Indigenous Adaptation Strategies on Impacts of Climate Change Variability on Livelihoods of Fishing Communities in Tanzania
Institutions Capacity Implementation and Enforcement of Environmental Policies and Laws in Environmental Management in Tanzania
Assessment of Tanzania Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI) Readiness Index: A case study of Dar es salaam, Mwanza and Mbeya Cities.
Participatory Village Land Use Planning for Resolve Conflicts Between Crop
Growers: Experiences from Kwitete Village, Serengeti District.
Feasability of Using Upflow Engineered Wetland System to treat Dye-Rich Waste Water from Tie – Dye (TAD) Facilities.
Advancing Sustainable Construction in Mozambique (ASCOM)
Developing an Environmental Realm on Dar es salaam Quarrying Sites.
Geotechnical Properties of Two- Stage Stabilized Expansive Soils with Lime and Cement.
Determination of the Occurrences and Implications of Iron in Wells for Domestic Water Supply in Muheza District, Tanga Region, Tanzania.
Potential of Coagulating Agents Purified from Local Plant Material in Purification of Drinking Water and Waste Water.
Establishment of Harmonized Modalities and Mechanism for Community Compensation and Carbon Markets: The Case study of REDD Pilot projects in Tanzania.
Analysis of the Impacts of Urban Land Use and Climate Change on Coastal Forest Ecosystem and Management
Characterization of Bacterial Community Structure and Dynamics in Biogas Reactors for Anaerobic Digestion of Organic Solid Waste.
A Longitudinal Assesement of Human Vulnerability and Adaptive Capacity to Climate Change-Induced Disasters in Tanzania. The Case of Kilosa Floods in Morogoro.
Interventions for Indoor Air Pollution Resulting from Cooking and Heating in Rural Areas of Tanzania.
Integrated Approach for Mapping and Monitoring Carbon Stock for Implementing REDD In Tanzania
Domestic Architecture of Buildings in Informal Settelements. The Case of Dar es salaam in Tanzania
Full Validation of the Newest Tanzania Gravimetric- Geoid Model TZ G08
Potentials of CBOs in the Iplementation of Development Projects in Urban Tanzania
Utilization of the Potential Rain Water Harvesting Technology for Improving Food Security in Dry Areas, The Case of Bahi District, Dodoma
Mainstreaming ICT Mobile Technology in Teaching Large Classes at Ardhi University