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Factors Affecting the Performance of the Community-Based Water Supply Organisations (CBWSOs) in Katavi Districts, Tanzania
DOI: https://doi.org/10.56542/wi.jwempo.v1.i1.a5.2024

Abstract: This study assessed the factors affecting the Performance of Community-Based Water Supply Organisations (CBWSOs) in managing water supply schemes in Katavi rural areas. An inductive approach and exploratory design were employed in this study. The study population comprised 48 respondents, compr [...] Read more


The Impacts of Anthropogenic Activities on the Physicochemical Water Quality of Pinyinyi River, Arusha-Tanzania
DOI: https://doi.org/10.56542/wi.jwempo.v1.i1.a1.2024

Abstract: Anthropogenic activities are responsible for degrading rivers and decreasing their capacity to offer ecosystem services. This paper reports the findings of a study carried out to assess the impacts of anthropogenic activities in Pinyinyi River water quality using physicochemical parameters. BOD, [...] Read more


Assessment of Conflicts in Water Resources Management of Tobora Sub-catchment in Mara River Basin, Tanzania.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.56542/wi.jwempo.v1.i1.a3.2024

Abstract: Water resources are essential for both human livelihood and environmental services. Demand for the resources has led to increasing water conflicts because of how water is managed and governed. Many developing countries like Tanzania experience conflicts based on competing water uses. This [...] Read more


Water meter inaccuracy assessment and operation control considering customer information
DOI: https://doi.org/10.56542/wi.jwempo.v1.i1.a4.2024

Abstract: Water Meter Inaccuracy (WMI) is one of the apparent loss components contributing to an increase in non-revenue water. The estimation of the volume of water lost due to WMI and control within a utility is still a challenge; thus, the current study investigated its field operation using customer c [...] Read more