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Majule, A.E. and Mwakisunga, B. (2010) The Impacts of Land Management Practices on Soil Quality Implications on Smallholder Productivity in Southern Highland Tanzania. Journal of Environmental Economics, 1, 59-67.

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  • TITLE: Managing the Balance: Ecological Pressures and Heritage Resources in Rungwe District, Southern Highlands of Tanzania

    AUTHORS: Makarius Peter Itambu

    KEYWORDS: Cultural Ecology, Heritage Management, Outreach Programmes, Conservation, Management

    JOURNAL NAME: Journal of Geoscience and Environment Protection, Vol.4 No.3, March 28, 2016

    ABSTRACT: Rungwe district in Mbeya region is amongst the many areas in Tanzania which until recently have remained terra incognita in terms of ecological and archaeological research. Systematic archaeological investigations, based on heritage management and conservation have not been undertaken. In due regard, we decided to carry out the first systematic survey, documentation and recording of the heritage resources of this district. Our investigations emphasized public participation in the management and conservation of heritage resources with the involvement of local people the central focus. We were also motivated by the desire to launch community outreach programmes and establish the “Cultural-Ecological Research and Scientific Information Centre” in Masoko-Kisiba Ward. There were several meetings with the local people and the village officials to discuss plans. It was decided that the establishment of the deemed scientific and information centre would abide with the existing conservation laws in order to effectively address the strategies for protection, conservation and management of both natural and cultural heritage resources.