SaWaFo is a research partnership between the DHI, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science Technology and Sokoine University of Agriculture aimed at identifying food safety and health hazards of using low.
Workshop in Tanzania 2013
Quality Of Effluent; The Effect On Downstream Used For Irrigation And Pathogenic Load On Crop.
Sustaining Urban Agriculture Through Efficient Land Use Planning
Tittle:Assessment Of Helminth Eggs In Low Quality Water And Low Quality Water Irrigated Vegetables In Morogoro Municipality-Tanzania
Identification And Characterization Of Steroid Hormones In Low Quality Water And Sediments In Morogoro Urban And Peri-Urban Areas In Tanzania
Assessment Of Consumers’ Knowledge On The Safety Of Vegetables Produced In Urban Morogoro Using Low Quality Water
Safe Water For Food (Sawafo) Project In Tanzania
Sokoine University Of Agriculture Faculty Of Veterinary Medicine
Investigation Of Faecal Microbial Hazards In Low Quality Water, Vegetables And Fish In Morogoro, Tanzania
Regulatory Environment And Incentives Surrounding The Use Of Low Quality Water In Agricultural Production: A Case Of Morogoro Urban And Peri-Urban Areas
Using Models To Manage Health Risks Related To Recreational Water
Workshop in Ghana 2015
Evaluation of Cryptosporidium SPP Contamination in Irrigation Water and Lettuce Cultivation using these Water Sources
Fate of Antibiotics in Environment
Are Hospital and Municipal Wastewaters Used in Vegetable Irrigation the Significant Sources of Salmonella sp. and E. coli, and Antibiotic Resistance Genes?
Safe use of Wastewater for Urban Agriculture: Policy Analysis
Uptake of Antibiotics by Vegetables (Carrots and Lettuce)
Modelling Disease Burden factors for low quality water for irrigation of food crops in Ghana