Staff Profile

STAFF MEMBERS IN DEPARTMENT OF URBAN AND REGIONAL PLANNING (URP)

S/N Name of Lecturer Academic Level Rank
1 Prof. Aldo Lupala Doctorate Associate Professor
2 Prof. Tumsifu Nnkya Doctorate Associate Professor
3 Prof. Marco Burra Doctorate Associate Professor
4 Dr. Ally Namangaya Doctorate Senior Lecturer
5 Dr. Nimrod Mushi Doctorate Senior Lecturer
6 Dr. Makarius Mdemu Doctorate Senior Lecturer
7 Dr. Philip Mwapilinda Doctorate Senior Lecturer
8 Dr. Emmanuel Mchome Doctorate Lecturer
9 Dr. Gordian Wilfred Doctorate Lecturer
10 Dr. Regina John Doctorate Lecturer
11 Dr. Dawah Mushi Doctorate Lecturer
12 Dr. Joel Msami Doctorate Lecturer
13 Dr. Tumpale Mwakenja Doctorate Lecturer
14 Dr. Fredrick Magina Doctorate Lecturer
15 Dr. Nelly Babere Doctorate Lecturer
16 Dr. Yassin Senkondo Doctorate Lecturer
17 Dr. Victoria Mwakalinga Doctorate Lecturer
18 Dr. Clara Kweka Msale Doctorate Lecturer
19 Dr. John Lukenangula Doctorate Lecturer
20 Dr. Frank Wambura Doctorate Lecturer
21 Mr. Peter Stanslaus Masters Assistant Lecturer
22 Mr. Aidan Mhonda Masters Assistant Lecturer
23 Mr. Maglan Charles S Masters Assistant Lecturer
24 Mr. Laurent Mswani Masters Assistant Lecturer
25 Mr Abdi Kabange Masters Assistant lecturer
26 Mr. Paulo Kitosi Masters Assistant Lecturer
27 Ms .Happiness Mlula Masters Assistant lecturer
28 Mr Nayingo Peter Masters Assistant lecturer
29 Mr. Fares E Kemweta Masters Assistant lecturer
30 Mr. Romwald Byarugaba Bachelor Tutorial Assistant
 
STAFF MEMBERS IN DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
 
S/N Name of Lecturer Academic Level Rank
1 Prof. Eliuther Mwageni Doctorate Associate Professor
2 Dr. Arnold Kihaule Doctorate Senior Lecturer
3 Dr. Luitfred Kisolly Doctorate Lecturer
4 Mr. Danny Temu Masters Assistant Lecturer
5 Mr. Charles Malisa Masters Assistant Lecturer
6 Mr. Claudio Ngasa Masters Assistant Lecturer
7 Mr. Linus Lugeiyamu Masters Assistant Lecturer
8 Ms. HawaEva Machimu Masters Assistant Lecturer
9 Ms. Angela Jesse Masters Assistant Lecturer
10 Mr. Reginald Chetto Masters Assistant Lecturer
11 Mr. Musa Muhoja Masters Assistant Lecturer
12 Mr. Joseph Chumbula Masters Assistant Lecturer
13 Ms. Theresia Francis Masters Assistant lecturer
14 Mr. Nelson Ochieng Masters Assistant Lecturer
15 Mr. Brian Akida Bachelor Tutorial Assistant
16 Fatma Norman Bachelor Tutorial Assistant
17 Janet Kessy Bachelor Tutorial Assistant
 
 
STAFF PROFILE
 
SCHOOL OF SPATIAL PLANNING AND SOCIAL SCIENCE (SSPSS)
  
 ALI NAMANGAYA

Dr. Ally Namangaya (PhD) is a School Dean and registered land use planner and a senior lecturer. He holds a PhD in spatial planning, MSc in Urban and Regional planning and Management and BSc in Urban and Regional Planning. His areas of expertise are natural resources management, conflict management, geostatistical modelling, applied remote sensing, and geographical information systems, land use planning and socio-economic studies. Dr Ally has extensively published in peer reviewed journals in areas of natural resource conservation, urban planning and local economic development. His recent research is on linkages between urban spatial development and governance, economy and climate change resilience;

Linking rural communities in tourism value chains; development of spatial databases for revenue enhancement in urban areas and land tenure mapping for peripheral communities. Of recent Dr Ally is supervising PhD research project in areas of small town development and land conflict management. Dr Ally has participated in coordinating research project including an ongoing five-year research project on the quest for alternative urban planning models for small towns in Tanzania which was funded by SIDA.

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DEPARTMENT OF URBAN AND REGIONAL PLANNING

1.  Joel Msami

Dr. Joel Msami (PhD) is a Head and Lecturer at the Department of Urban and Regional Planning. His area of competencies includes Land Use Planning, Regional Planning, Urban Design, Urban Management, Detailed and General Planning Schemes and Urban Renewal. He pursued his PhD in Urban Management with specific focus on the Location and Accessibility of Private Health Care Facilities in Rapidly Urbanizing Cities, the case of Dar es Salaam. Dr. Msami is a registered urban planner by the National Town Planners Registration Board. He was actively participated in the development of Curriculum for PhD Programme with coursework and Dissertation at Ardhi University. He has been engaged in various research and consultancy services country wide.   Currently, Dr. Msami is one of the team members under PhD and None PhD Research Programme on Management of Small Towns in Tanzania

This research is under SIDA Funding.

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2.  Aldo Lupala

Aldo Lupala is a Professor in the School of Spatial Planning and Social Sciences. He has wide experiences in Urban Land Management. He was a former Dean, School of Architecture and Design, Former Director, University Consultancy Units, Former Manager of ARU Publishing Centre and former Head of Urban and Regional Planning Department. He is a seasoned Consultant and Contracted researcher in among others on alleviation of environmental and human settlements conflicts for the Ngorongoro Conservation Authority and Climate change impact adaptation and mitigation and emerging conflicts between adjoining settlements and natural resources for SIDA. He is the Vice president of ARU Convocation and worked in various Boards such as Town Planners Registration Board and MKURABITA in the capacity of Vice Chairman.

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3.  

Professor Tumsifu Jonas Nnkya (PhD) a registered urban planner and is an associate professor of urban planning at Ardhi University in where he has served for the past 36 years except for nearly six years (October 2008 to June 2014) when he served as director of housing in the Ministry of Lands, Housing and Human Settlements Development, United Republic of Tanzania. Prof. Nnkya holds a PhD and has extensive experience as a university lecturer, researcher, advisor and consultant in urban planning and housing, as well as an administrator of university academic, United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-HABITAT) Advisory Board on Human Settlements Research Network (HS-Net), and as coordinator of a collaborative research project – Enhancement of Research Capacity (ENRECA) between the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts and Ardhi University. He is the co-founder of the Association of African Planning Schools (AAPS).

 

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4.  Marco Burra

Professor Marco Burra is a specialist, multi-skilled scholar with practical and theoretical competences in urban and regional land use planning, design of settlements and environmental management. He is an Associate Professor of Urban and Regional Planning at the School of Spatial Planning and Social Sciences (SSPSS), Ardhi University, Dar es Salaam. He has a long experience as a researcher and consultant in urban planning and design; environment and regional development matters and has written several publications in international refereed journals, conference proceedings and books/manuals. He also works as a consultant for private and public agencies and is an active member of various professional organizations.

Professor Burra has held various posts at the School and Departments in various periods, including Dean of School, School of Urban and Regional Planning (SURP: 2013-16), Head, Department of Urban and Regional Planning (URP: 2011-13), Head, Department of Regional Development Planning (RDP: 2008-11) and has served in the various University Boards and Committees as a member over the last 20 years.

 
 

Professor Marco Burra has taught for over 35 years at the former Ardhi Institute, UCLAS and now Ardhi University, Dar es Salaam. He has also been a visiting scholar at several institutions, including the Royal Danish Academy of Arts, Copenhagen, Denmark (1984-7 and 2000), Centre for Research, NIBE-Aalborg, Denmark (1999), Nordic Africa Institute-NAI, Uppsala-Sweden (2000), University of Cape Town-UCT (2004 and 2008), Centre for Development Research-AICAD, Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT), Nairobi (2005), Makerere University (2008), as Lead Scientist, VicRes Research on Community Initiatives: 2006-2010, Inter-University Council of East Africa-IUCEA Kampala (2007-10); with conferences at Jinja Nile Resort (2006), Ngurudoto Mountain Resort-Arusha (2009), Kenya School of Monetary Studies-Nairobi (2010) and Nairobi Baptist Conference Centre (2011).

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5.  Clara

Clara Kweka-Msale (PhD) is a Lecturer at Ardhi University- Dar es Salaam. Her areas of specialization include land use planning and land governance. Dr. Clara has more than 10 years of experience on consultancy and research in Tanzania.

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6.  Mchome

Dr Emmanuel Mchome (PhD) is a Lecturer at Ardhi University, Department of Urban and Regional Planning. He has a PhD Degree in Transportation Engineering, M.Sc. Degree in Urban Planning and Management with specialization in Urban Design; and Environmental Planning and Management. He has also a B.Sc. Degree in Urban and Regional Planning. Emmanuel Mchome was employed at Ardhi University, by then the University College of Lands and Architectural Studies (UCLAS) in 2001 and thus he has a working experience for more than fifteen years. Emmanuel Mchome is registered by Town Planners Registration Board (TPRB) as a Town Planner with Registration Number 0060-T0810. He is working in consultancy works to prepare General Planning Schemes such as Master Plans and Special Economic Zones and Detailed Planning Schemes such as Layout Plans, Neighborhood Plans/Schemes, Regularization Plans/Schemes and Resettlement Action Plans.

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Partnerships/Networks

INTERNATIONAL LINKS

  • SIDA - Scholarship and research support
  • Joint Academic Programme and Research with Technical University of Dortmund
  • World Bank – Joint research in Urban Planning under World Bank and running of Resilience Academy inTanzania.
  • Hasselt University, Belgium – Upcoming double Masters Degree and Research.
  • DAAD -Scholarship and research support.
  • School is a member of Africa Planning Schools (APS).
  • Hanyang University (Institute of Euro – African Studies (IEAS) - Joint research.

LOCAL LINKS

  • Water Aid Tanzania – Community services of Small Town Planning, Sanitation, Water and Solid Waste management services (WASH).
  • TACINE (Tanzania Cities Network) - Joint Urban Research and Data sharing
  • ALAT (Association of Local Authorities in Tanzania) - Joint Urban Research and Data sharing
  • President Office Regional Administration and Local Government. (PRO) – Cooperation in Spatial Planning Research, Data sharing and Community Services.
  • National Ministries – particularly Ministry of Lands, Housing and Human Settlements Development.(MLHHSD)
  • National Land use Planning Commission (NLUP) Land use, public services, research and data sharing
  • JICA – Tanzania – transportation services and public services

Consultancy services

PUBLIC SERVICES

The School is engaged in Public Services in form of paid Consultancy and outreach activities.

 

ONGOING CONSULTANCY SERVICES

S/N Name of the project Name of the client Status Links

1.

Feasibility study, resettlement action plan and surveying for the standard central gauge railway corridor RAHCO Ongoing International (involve contractors from Korea, Turkey and Germany)

2.

Provision of Consultancy Services for Preparation of Landuse Master Plan for Geita Town Council Geita Town Council Ongoing National
3. Provision of Consultancy Services for Preparation of Landuse Master Plan for Njedengwa Plots in Dodoma GEPF Retirement Benefits Fund Ongoing National
4. Design of Mzumbe University Land Use Plan (Master Plan) for Upanga and Mbweni Campus in Dar es Salaam, Kiegea Campus in Mororgoro and Iwambi in Mbeya Mzumbe University Ongoing National

 

COMPLETED CONSULTANCY SERVICES

1. Provision of Consultancy Services for Cadastral Survey, Valuation Survey and Resettlement Planning in Bagamoyo Special Economic Zone Export Processing Zones Authority (EPZA) Completed in 2014 International
2. Preparation of Kibaha Town Landuse Master Plan Kibaha Town Council Completed in 2014 National
3. Urban Planning and Cadastral Survey of Public Spaces and Areas in Kibiti Centre Water Aid Tanzania Completed in 2014 National
4. Community oriented planning and serving (WASH) in small towns under Water Aid

Water Aid Tanzania

Completed in 2014

National

5. Provision of Consultancy Services for Preparation of Korogwe Town Land Use Master Plan Korogwe Town Council Completed in 2015 National
6. Preparing General Planning Scheme for Songea Municipality Songea Town Council Completed in 2016 National
7. Preparing General Planning Scheme in Musoma Municipality Musoma Town Council Completed in 2016 National

 

COMMUNITY SERVICES / OUTREACH

Ongoing community outreach (2017/2018)

• Masters plan preparation of Ulanga town jointly with Ministry of Lands, Housing and Human Settlements Development (MLHHSD).
• Masters plan preparation of Mahenge town, jointly with Ministry of Lands, Housing and Human Settlements Development (MLHHSD).
• Masters plan preparation of Malinyi town jointly with Ministry of Lands, Housing and Human Settlements Development (MLHHSD).
• Masters plan preparation of Mafinga town

Completed Community outreach

• Planning and designing secondary schools in areas affected by earth quake in Kagera
• Planning for resettlement Flood Victim in Kilosa
• Flood resilience Mapping in Dar es salaam
• Community oriented planning and serving (WASH) in small towns under Water Aid

Research and Publications SPSS

RESEARCH ACTIVITIES

Research undertakings at the SSPSS have been focusing on human settlement development, land management and administration and environmental management. Other areas include Adaptation of Human Settlements to Climate Change, Vulnerability Assessment for Climate Change, Adaptation and Mitigation. All these areas aimed at attaining secured society, safety and improved societal wellbeing. Additional research areas that are within the purview of ARU are ICT application in Planning and Urban resilience, Natural resource conflicts of management, Gender and equitable services as well as Community and Self Housing strategies.

Research areas

The School is focusing on the following broad research areas
(1) Resilience Cities
(2) Rural Land Management
(3) Investments and Industrial Development
(4) Sustainable Livelihoods
(5) Managing Urban Informality

In line with second five year development plan 2015/2016- 2017/2020, the School has the following research sub themes:

  • Financial Development and Investment (Micro-finance, Micro-insurance)
  • Locational promotion of Technology and Innovation for Development (Industrial, agricultural & Science porks)
  • Manufacturing/ Industrial clusters Development
  • Agricultural Value Chains and Rural Development
  • Agro- Based Investments and Integration of Small Holder Farmers
  • Infrastructure Development
  • Conflict Mediation in Resources Utilization
  • Resource Mobilization for Small Scale Farmers and Businesses
  • Inclusive Community Facilities/ Service provision
  • Facilitating Land access for small scale rural producers

Ongoing major Research activities (2017/2018)

  • Quest for alternative urban planning model in small town in Tanzania, jointly with SLU/ KTH Funded by SIDA
  • “Government and Planning of Resilient Cities in East Africa” jointly with TU-Dortmund, Funded by DAAD and BMBF
  • Analysis of the Impacts of Urban Land Use and Climate Change on Coastal Forest Ecosystem and Management (IULUCC-CFM): Climate Change, Impacts, Adaptation and Mitigation (CCIAM-Project- jointly with SUA)

Ongoing minor Research activities (2017-2018)

  • Elderly household membership in micro-health insurance – Moshi Rural District
  • Linkages between lifestyle and physical planning aspects in built environment. A case comparative study in urban and formal and informal settlements
  • Social segregation in informal and informal and informal neighbourhood and its impacts on quality of life in Dar es Salaam city
  • The role of private planning firms in provision of public spaces in newly planned neighbourhoods. The case of Dar es Salaam
  • Assessing Implementation Effectiveness of Master Plans in Secondary Cities in Tanzania

Recent completed research

  • Community strategies in improved environment and land use management for wealth and employment creation in the informal urban settlements in the lake Victoria: A focus on Jinja, Kisumu and Mwanza. Natural Resources and Land use cluster, Lake Victoria Research Initiative (VicRes) – IUCEA, Kampala- 2014
  • Rurban Africa: African Rural-City Connections- Urban Growth and Migration Works. joint research with University of Copenhagen and SUA - 2016

 

PUBLICATIONS

List of Peer Reviewed Publications

Most Recent

  1. Andreasen, M. H., Agergaard, J., Kiunsi, R. B., & Namangaya, A. H. (2017). Urban Transformations, Migration and Residential Mobility Patterns in African Secondary Cities. Geografisk Tidsskrift-Danish Journal of Geography, 1-12.
  2. Namangaya, A. (draft presented for IAPS conference September 2017) Community Oriented Urban Planning for Small Towns in Tanzania.
  3. Kazaura G. and Burra M. (2017) Land Use Change and Traffic Impact Analysis in Planned Urban Areas in Tanzania, The Case of Dar es Salaam City. Current Urban Studies, 2017, 5, 23-35.
  4. Awotidebe, T.O., Bisiriyu, L.A., Ativie, R.N., Oke, K.I., Adedoyin, R.A., Nabakwe, E.C., Ogunrotimi, K.A. and Mwakalinga, V.M. Prevalence of physical inactivity among Nigerian women: do socio-demographic characteristics, women’s personal attributes and psychosocial factors play any role? JETR. 2017; 4(1):33-45
  5. Mlacha, Y., Chaki, P., Malishee, A., Mwakalinga, V. M., Govella, N. J., Limwagu, A., Paliga, J., Msellemu, D. F., Mageni, Z., Terlouw, D.J., Killeen, G. F., and Dongus, S. Fine scale mapping of the spatial distribution of malaria infection rates by using routinely collected health facility data in urban Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Geospatial Health. 2017; 12(1).
  6. J. Msami, N.J. Lazaro, and Y. Senkondo (2017). Prevalence of land use conflicts amidst existence of land use plans in rural areas. IAPS Symposium, Dar es Salaam.
  7. C. Reuben, Y.H. Senkondo, J. Msami and R. John (2017). Depletion of fish resource in Lake Kitangiri, Tanzania: poverty - resource overexploitation nexus. Asian Research Journal of Agriculture (In Press).
  8. Y.H Senkondo (In Press) Influence of inorganic fertilizers and cattle manure on copper solubility and uptake by Phaseolus vulgaris. Journal of Building and Land Development.
  9. Y.H Senkondo (In Press) Copper in agricultural soils and in crops – a review. Journal of Building and Land Development.

2016

  1. Y.H Senkondo (2016) Effect of Soil pH, Cattle Manure and Total Copper Load on Copper Solubility in Copper Contaminated Soils. International Journal of Plant and Soil Science 13(4): 1-10
  2. Mwakalinga, V.M., Sartorius, B., Mlacha, P., Msellemu, D., Chaki, P., Govella, N., Coetzee, Killeen, G. and M. Dongus, S. Spatially aggregated clusters and scattered smaller loci of elevated malaria vector density and human infection prevalence in urban Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Malar J. 2016; 15:135.
  3. Msellemu, D., I. Namango, V. M. Mwakalinga, A. Ntamatungiro, Y. Mlacha, Z. J. Mtema, S. Kiware, N. F. Lobo, S. Majambere, S. Dongus, C. J. Drakeley, N. J. Govella, P. P. Chaki and G. F. Killeen. The epidemiology of residual Plasmodium falciparum malaria transmission and infection burden in an African city with high coverage of multiple vector control measures. Malar J. 2016; 15:288.
  4. Burra, M. (2016) Flood Risk Management in Urban Residential Areas in Dar es Salaam City: Towards Effective Adaptation Strategies – A Case of Mikocheni ‘B’ Settlement. Jbld, special issue, Vol. 19, No.1&2, 2016, pp. 86-109.
  5. M. Mdemu and Burra M. (2016) Drivers of land cover dynamics for Pugu and Kazimuzumbwi Forest Reserves in Kisarawe, Tanzania. Open Journal of Forestry, Vol. 6, pp. 348-360.
  6. Namangaya, A. (2016). Community Based Conservation and Poverty Alleviating: Rhetoric and Reality in Northern Tanzania Tourism Hub: International Journal of Humanities and Social Science Review www.ijhssrnet.com Vol. 2 No. 2;
  7. Namangaya, A. and Kombe, W. (2016). Decentralisation and Urban Governance: Rhetoric and Practice in Tanzania; in Decentralisation and Regional Development: Experiences and Lessons from Four Continents over Three Decades" SPRINGER, Germany.

2015

  1. Babere, J.N. (2015). Social Production of Space: “Lived Space” of Informal Livelihood Operators; the Case of Dares Salaam City Tanzania. Current Urban Studies Vol.3 No.4
  2. Msami, J. and Lupala, A. (2015): Equitable Access to health Care Facilities in Rapidly Urbanizing Cities. The case of health care facilities in Dar es Salaam. Accepted for publication in the up-coming Journal of Building and Land Development by Ardhi University
  3. Babere, J.N. (2015). Conceptualizing Informal Livelihood Activities: Regulatory Approaches as In-Space and In-Time arrangements: The case of Dar es Salaam City, Tanzania. LAEA 3 (1)
  4. Msami, J. (2015) Dynamics in the Location and Utilization of Health Care Facilities in rapidly urbanizing Cities. Accepted as a Book titled Managing Urban Construction in Tanzania.
  5. Kabisch, S., Jean-Baptiste, N., John, R., and Kombe, W., (2015). Assessing Social Vulnerability of Households and Communities in Flood Prone Urban Areas. In: Pauleit, S., Coly, A., Fohlmeister, S., Gasparini, P., Jørgensen, G., Kabisch, S., Kombe, W., Lindley, S., Simonis, I., and Yeshitela, K. (Eds). Urban Vulnerability and Climate Change in Africa: A Multidisciplinary Approach. pp.197-228. Springer International Publishing, Switzerland.
  6. Y.H. Senkondo, E. Semu and F.M.G. Tack (2015) Vertical distribution of copper in copper contaminated coffee fields in Kilimanjaro, Tanzania. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis.
  7. Y.H. Senkondo, E. Semu and F.M.G Tack (2015) Copper bioavailability to bean (Phaseolus vulgaris) in long term Cu contaminated soils, uncontaminated soils and recently spiked soils. Soil and Sediment Contamination. An International Journal.
  8. Mchome, E. (2015). Application of Road Selection Model for Transportation Improvement in Informal Settlements: The Case of Dar es Salaam City, Tanzania. Published in the Journal of Land Administration in Eastern Africa (JLAEA), Volume 1 Issue 1.
  9. I. Smout, R. Kiunsi, C. Ngouanet, M. Oteng-Ababio, J. Esson, J. Fisher, A. Yemmafouo, & A. Namangaya (2015). Acceptability Of Urban Water, Sanitation, Electricity & Transport Services. 38th WEDC International Conference, On Water, Sanitation And Hygiene Services Beyond 2015:
  10. Namangaya, A. (2015). Mismatch between Realities and Perceptions on Resource Scarcity among Local Resource Users: the Case Mnazi Bay Ruvuma Estuary Marine Park in Tanzania: submitted and accepted to the Journal of Housing and Land Development.

2014

  1. Msami, J. (2014). Location and Accessibility of Health Care Facilities in Rapidly Urbanizing Cities. The case of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Reviewed and sent for publication as a book by Ardhi University
  2. John, R., Jean-Baptiste, N., and Kabisch, S., (2014). Vulnerability Assessment of Urban Populations in Africa: The case of Dar es Salaam-Tanzania. In: Edgerton, E., Romice, O., and Thwaites, K., (Eds). Bridging the Boundaries: Human Experience in the Natural and Built Environment and Implication for Research, Policy and Practice. Pp. 233-245.Hogrefe Publishing.
  3. Y.H Senkondo, F.M.G Tack and E Semu (2014). Copper accumulations in soils, coffee, banana and bean plants following copper based fungicides in coffee farms in Arusha and Kilimanjaro regions, Tanzania. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis. 45 (15), 2032 – 2045.
  4. Y.H. Senkondo, F.M.G. Tack and E. Semu (2014). Influence of farm yard manure, poultry manure and forest litter on copper solubility and bioavailability to Phaseolus vulgaris. Soil Use and Management.
  5. Namangaya, A. (2014). Urban Spatial Planning and Local Economic Development: Comparative Assessment of Practice in Tanzanian Cities: International Journal of Business, Humanities and Technology Vol. 4 No. 6.
  6. Namangaya, A. (2014). Merits of Master Plans and Urban Strategic Plans in Guiding Land Use Development: Journal of Housing and Land Development.
  7. Mchome, E. (2014). Development of Road Selection Model for Transportation Improvement with Minimum Compensation Costs in Upgrading Informal Settlements: The Case of Dar es Salaam City, Tanzania. Published in the Journal of Land Administration in Eastern Africa (JLAEA), Volume 2 Issue 1.

2013

  1. John R and Lupala J; (2013) "Tracking the Process and Livelihoods of Kurasini Settlement Displacees in Dar es Salaam City, Tanzania", Rural Planning Journal; 14: 180-209
  2. M. Mdemu, J. Kashaigili, J. Lupala, P. Levira, M. Burra, E. Liwenga, and A. Lupala. 2011. Analysis of the impact of urban land use and climate change on coastal forest ecosystem and management. CCIAM Project, 2011-2013.

2012

  1. Namangaya, A. (2012). Evaluating the Essence of Zoning in Co-managed Marine Protected Areas: the case of Mnazi Bay Ruvuma Estuary Marine Park in Tanzania; in Reconciling Rural Livelihood and Biodiversity Conservation-SPRING Research series
  2. Lupala, J., Kiunsi, R., Malele, B., Namangaya, A., & Mchome, E. (2012). Building Disaster-Resilient Communities: Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania. Disaster Risk Reduction: Cases from Urban Africa, in Pelling, M., and Wisner, B. Disaster risk reduction: Cases from urban Africa. Routledge, 2012.

2011

  1. Namangaya, A. (2011) Resource Use Conflicts in Protected Coastal Areas, their Origin and Management Options: The Case of Mnazi Bay Ruvuma Estuary Marine Park, Tanzania. SPRING Research series Dortmund
  2. Dongus S, Mwakalinga V. M., Kannady K, Tanner M, Killeen G: Participatory mapping as a component of operational malaria vector control in Tanzania. Geospatial Analysis of Environmental Health, Geotechnologies and the Environment series of edited volumes, Springer (2011).

2010

  1. Shabani J, Lutambi AM, Mwakalinga V.M., Masanja H. Clustering of under-five mortality in Rufiji Health and Demographic Surveillance System in rural Tanzania. Global Health Action. 2010

2009

  1. Kyessi, A. and Mwakalinga, V. (2009). GIS Application in Coordinating Solid Waste Collection: The Case of Sinza Neighbourhood in Kinondoni Municipality, Dar es Salaam City, Tanzania.
  2. Mchome, E., Kiunsi, R.B., Lupala, J., Lerise, F., Meshack, M., Malele, B., and Namangaya, A., (2009); Building Disaster – Resilient Communities: Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, In Pelling, M. and Wisner, B. (Eds), Disaster Risk Reduction: Cases from Urban Africa, Earthscan, London Sterling, VA.

2008

  1. FIG Working Week, Eilat, Israel (Oral presentation) Mwakalinga, V., Dongus, S. et al. (2008). Development and scale up of new mapping tools in Dar es Salaam. MTC meeting in Dar es Salaam (oral presentation).

2006

  1. in the Lake Victoria Basin: The Case of Urban Agriculture in Mwanza and Kisumu -Urban Agriculture Journal Mushi N., Kyessi A.; Mireri, C. 2004: Land use Management for Sustainable Livelihoods and Poverty Alleviation; (ViCRES research 2006).

 

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