Research

WI invites organizations and persons in need of Research services in areas of water development (water services) and water resources management to communicate their needs to us so we can make arrangements for serving them.

On going Research Projects

1. Assessment of the cause for Prolonged Dry Periods of Great Ruaha (Rufiji River)

2. Assessment of Sustainability of Rural Water Supply Services in Tanzania: The case study of Dodoma Region.

3. Assessing Sustainability of Reducing Non-Revenue Water: The case of Regional utilities and DAWASCO in Tanzania.

Publications:

1. L. Eliamringi and S. Kazumba - Assessment of sustainability of rural water supply services in Tanzania: the case study of Dodoma region. The Journal of Water Science & Technology: Water Supply | 17.2 | 2017


2. S. M. Lufega1,2*and B. M. Msanya1-Pedological Characterization and Soil Classification of Selected Soil Units of Morogoro District, Tanzania. International Journal of Plant & Soil Science, 16(1): 1-12, 2017; Article no.IJPSS.32681 ISSN: 2320-7035


3. L. Swilla1* and S. Kazumba1- The Study of Rate of Scour at Cylindrical, Square and Round Nosed Piers. Journal of Scientific Research & Reports, 14(3): 1-7, 2017; Article no.JSRR.33019 ISSN: 2320-0227


4. S. L. Masunga1* and S. Kazumba1- Assessment of Soil Fertility of Morogoro District,and Response of Maize (Zea mays) to Applied Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Sulphur. Asian Journal of Advances in Agricultural Research, 1(3): 1-9, 2017; Article no.AJAAR.34176


5. Nyambilila A. Amuri1, Lydia Mhoro1, Tumaini Mwasyika2, Ernest Semu1-Potential of Soil Fertility management to Improve Essential mineral Nutrient Concentration in Vegetables in Dodoma and Kilombero, Tanzania. Journal of agricultural chemistry and Environment, 2017, 6, 105-132


6. A. O. Karia1, S. Omari2, S. Mwanaongoro3 and A. Ondieki4- Impact of recruitment and selection on performance of the public water utilities in Tanzania. African journal of Education and Human Development, Vol 2(1)pp 39-45, ISSN: 2518-0304 Copyright ©2016


7. A. O. Karia1, S. Omari2, S. Mwanaongoro3 and Y. Kimori4- Importance of Training and Development on Performance of public water utilities in Tanzania. African journal of Education and Human Development, Vol 2(2)pp 10-18, ISSN: 2518-0304 Copyright ©2016


8. A. O. Karia1 and S. Omari2- Importance of compensation and Benefits on Performance of public water utilities in Tanzania. African journal of Business and Management, Vol 1(1), ISSN: 2518-0312 Copyright ©2015


9. A. O. Karia1, S. Omari2, S. Mwanaongoro3 and A. Ondieki4- The role of human resource planning on performance of public water utilities in Tanzania. African journal of Business and Management, Vol 2(1)pp 72-77, ISSN: 2518-0312 Copyright ©2016


10. A. O. Karia1, S. Omari2 and A. Ondieki3- The role of performance Appraisal System on Performance of public water utilities in Tanzania. African journal of Business and Management, Vol 1(1)2015 Copyright ©2015 AJBM Open Access online.


11. L. Swilla1*, M. Zeddy1 and Y. Kimori1 -The Case Study on Cubes Compressive Strength Variations for Different Water Sources in Dar es Salaam City, Tanzania. Journal of Scientific Research & Reports, 15(3): 1-5, 2017; Article no.JSRR.35781 ISSN: 2320-0227


12. Minu Andrew1,2 and Egid B. Mubofu1 – Catalytic Efficiency of palladium (II) Supported on Castor Oil Based Micelle Templated Silica for Peroxide Promoted Catalytic Wet Oxidation of Phenols, International Research Journal of Pure & Applied Chemistry, 15(1):1-12, 2017; Article no. IRJPAC. 36966: ISSN: 2231-3443, NLM ID: 101647669


13. Doglas Benjamin – Analysis of Climate Change Impacts in Ngerengere Sub-Basin Using Data- Driven Model, Current Journal of Applied Science and Technology, 24(4):1-21, 2017; Article no. CJAST. 36155: ISSN: 2231-0843, NLM ID: 101664541