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  Kagera -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Kagera is the northern (The proper sphere or extent of your activities) province of (A republic in eastern Africa) Tanzania.
Kagera Region shares borders with Uganda to the North, Rwanda and Burundi to the West, the Kigoma and Mwanza Regions to the South and Lake Victoria to the East.
Kagera is considered to be one of the loveliest parts of Tanzania given its staggering scenic beauty, variety of nature, friendly inhabitants and strong cultural history.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/k/ka/kagera.htm   (1024 words)

 Kagera on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The Kagera's headwaters, which rise in the highlands of Rwanda and Burundi, are the remotest sources of the Nile.
The Social and Cultural Contexts of HIV/AIDS Transmission in the Kagera Region, Tanzania [*;].
www.encyclopedia.com /html/k/kagera.asp   (349 words)

 KAGERA - LoveToKnow Article on KAGERA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The river was first heard of by J. Speke in 1858, and was first seen (by white men) by the same traveller (Jan. 16, 1862) on his journey to discover the Nile source.
Speke was well aware that the Kagera was the chief river emptying into the Victoria Nyanza and in that sense the headstream of the Nile.
By him the stream was called " Kitangule," kagera being given as.equivalent to " river." The exploration of the Kagera has been largely the work of German travellers.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /K/KA/KAGERA.htm   (200 words)

 VF Proposal: Dairy Farming for Foster-Families of AIDS Orphans
The Kagera region is located in the northwestern corner of the United Republic of Tanzania, sharing boundaries with Burundi and Rwanda to the west, and Uganda to the north.
The people in Kagera are mostly small holder peasants, each household having about a hectare or two of land on which coffee, primarily robusta, is grown for cash earning, whereas bananas, maize (corn), sweet potatoes, cassava, beans and other legumes are grown for subsistence.
Kagera is currently the poorest of all 20 Tanzanian mainland regions.
www.virtualfoundation.org /proposals/tutanfarm1.cgi   (1889 words)

 Kagera Co-operative Union (1990) Ltd.
Robusta, the first coffee introduced in Tanzania was brought to the Bukoba district of Kagera by homecoming warlords from the Congo and Gabon, early in the 17th century.
It continued to be used as a traditional item for ritual performance, stimulant and a vital source of strength for many years later, until when it was commercialised in the beginning of the 20th century.
Kagera Robusta and natural Arabica coffees grown there, account for 25% of some 800,000 bags (50kg each) of Tanzania's annual coffee output.
www.kcu-tz.com   (135 words)

 LOOKING FROM INSIDE   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The Kagera region, in north-west Tanzania bordering Lake Victoria and Uganda, was regarded as a little paradise at the beginning of this century.
Such a boom supported the illusion that Kagera was connected to a permanent infusion of wealth, not obliged to sweat for its daily bread.
Epidemiologists used to place Kagera region at the top of the hit-parade for AIDS in Tanzania: first in the number of deaths, first for orphans, first to have diagnosed the disease in 1985.
www.garynull.com /documents/Continuum/LookingFromInside.htm   (2243 words)

 Credit facilities and heifer supply within the Kagera livestock development programme - Tanzania   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The development of smallholder dairying in Kagera Region was discussed by de Wolff (1990) and Houterman and Omolo (1992).
Kagera Indigenous Livestock Improvement Project (KILIP) was started in 1988 to cater for the needs of the indigenous livestock keepers, mainly by improving veterinary and extension services and input supply (de Wolff, 1990).
In Kagera the economic impact on women of smallholder dairying is questionable as husbands tend to take over the cash obtained (Kabigiza and Obels, 1992).
www.fao.org /docrep/x5661e/x5661e0c.htm   (2933 words)

 iob evaluations | nr. 286 - Summary and Conclusions
The pledge of further aid to the livestock sector in Kagera made by Prime Minister Kok and Minister Pronk in 1997 has been formally honoured through approval of SDSP in general and extension of the HIT programme in particular, but, up to the time of the inspection mission, had only partly been operationalised.
During the visit made by Prime Minister Kok and Minister Pronk to Kagera in October 1997, the KALIDEP Phase II project was in the third year of its five-year implementation.
In Kagera, in the course of 2000, the Tanzanians themselves decided to establish a trust in order to create a structure that would be able to manage the HIT programme.
www.euforic.org /iob/publ/reports/286e_sc5.html   (1075 words)

 Kagera Development and Credit Revolving Trust Fund (KADETFU)
We envisage an environmental friendly society enjoying better economy, a healthy, peaceful and just society where human rights are observed, a society committed to its social and cultural problems and hence fighting for their solutions.
KADETFU (Kagera Development and Credit Revolving Trust Fund) is a Regional non- governmental organization based in Kagera region.
Its operation area is Kagera region, but it is currently operating in Bukoba Urban, Bukoba Rural and Muleba Districts with provision to expand in future.
kadetfu.or.tz   (569 words)

There is a page on Kagera, which provides background information about the region and several pages on our main project, the banana project.
Tanzania is one of the poorest countries in the world with 37 EURO per capita and Kagera region is the poorest in Tanzania and ranks last among the 20 regions of the country.
Kagera Community Development Programme is a rural development programme implemented within the framework of an agreement between Belgium and Tanzania.
www2.btcctb.org /projects/kcdp/intro.html   (476 words)

 Privatisation and livestock owners organisation in Kagera   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Kagera experiences shows that during the stimulation process too many unrealistic expectations are created at the farmers side.
Primary societies in Kagera are at present not yet competent to implement activities which are carried out on a regional level e.g.
In Kagera region the start with dairy farming was initiated by the regional government.
www.fao.org /docrep/x5661e/x5661e0g.htm   (2845 words)

 KCDP's banana project
Declining soil fertility and pressure due to pests (weevils and nematodes) and diseases (panama and sigatoka) continuously reduce yields, with a deficit in intake of calories during part of the year.
The "Kagera Community Development Programme" attempts, with support of the DGCI (Directorate General for International Cooperation - Belgium), in collaboration with the Tanzanian Prime Minister's Office (PMO) and the Ministry of Agriculture (MoA), to stop this trend by providing the farmers with more resistant varieties.
Banana plantations were flourishing in Kagera until the beginning of the 20th century, due to intensive care by farmers.
www2.btcctb.org /projects/kcdp/banpj.html   (1782 words)

 Journal of Asian and African Studies: Communicating about AIDS-changes in understanding and coping with help of ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The aim of this paper is to mirror changes over time in the Kagera people's social cognition regarding HIV/AIDS, using their own language as a tracer of this process.
Focus group discussions and personal and group interviews conducted during 1992 to 199S in urban Bukoba, Kagera, constitute the basis for an analysis of metaphorical expressions in use since 1985.
Pronounced uncertainty is later transformed into a deeper understanding of the pandemic and an increased disposition to cope with the...
www.highbeam.com /library/doc0.asp?DOCID=1G1:86140554&refid=ip_encyclopedia_hf   (256 words)

 Bukoba - Kagera - Tanzania - The official webguide
This site is meant to highlight both nationally and internationally Kagera Region's business, industry, agriculture and tourism potential.
This website presents a profile of Kagera by providing information about Kagera region in general, its economy, culture, tourism and travel.
This website is for people who live and work in Kagera or would like to come to Kagera, such as investors, travelers, volunteers and other workers.
www.kagera.org   (288 words)

 Tanzania, Kagera Region, epicentre of AIDS 15 years ago   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
In Tanzania, the population of the Kagera region, epicentre of AIDS 15 years ago, hasn’t ceased growing since then, ie with a 53% increase between 1988 and 2002.
For the Kagera region, we see the same upward curve, with 53% growth between 1988 and 2002.
The solution must necessarily involve the elimination of excessive poverty and thus depends on the implementation of new socio-economic measures and on new political choices in which absolute priority is given to the improvement of living conditions.
www.altheal.org /texts/tanzania.htm   (2463 words)

 INTRODUCTION   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
website “Kagera region is identified in the minds of most Tanzanians as banana and plantain country; the land of coffee and equally the land of plenty.
It is also identified as one of the regions which were favoured by early contacts with European missionaries along with Kilimanjaro and Mbeya regions.
Kagera region has a population of over one million and Bukoba about 100,000 people,.
www.karibu-rubya.net   (837 words)

 African Safari to Lake Victoria, Tanzania | Kiroyera Tours ::: News Update #11
Meghji was full of praise for the work done by the trustees and the foresight to establish such a great venue.
She is fully expectant that the museum will be a symbol of the continued development of cultural tourism in Kagera.
The central attraction of the museum is the fabulous “Wildlife: the Gold of Kagera” photographic exhibition, generously donated by the revered professional photographer, Mr.
www.kiroyeratours.com /news_update_11.htm   (530 words)

 GTZ Wildlife Programme in Tanzania, Kagera Kigoma Game Reserves Rehabilitation Project
The reserves are located in the Kagera and Kigoma Regions which border on to Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi and Democratic Republic of Congo.
The habitats within the reserves are diverse ranging from extensive wetlands in southern Moyowosi and along the Kagera River to extensive Acacia savannas, the northernmost miombo woodlands and dry montane forest.
An area approximately 1,000 sqkm between Burigi Game Reserve and the Kagera River which represents the Tanzania / Rwanda border supports important populations of shoebill storks and sitatunga antelope and is also an area of outstanding scenic beauty.
wildlife-programme.gtz.de /wildlife/kkgrr.html   (902 words)

 The Abundance and Distribution of Water Hyacinth in Lake Victoria and the Kagera River Basin, 1989-2001: Summary Report
This region near the Kagera River at the border between Tanzania and Rwanda contains a large number of small to medium sized lakes.
In general, those lakes that are close to and/or connected to the Kagera River are more likely to have experienced water hyacinth invasion than those that are farther away and/or not connected.
We suspect that the large reduction in water hyacinth that occurred between 1997 and 1999 was due, at least in part, to flood waters associated with the El Niño event breaching the blocked outlet of Lake Mihindi allowing water hyacinth to spill out of the lake and into the river system.
edcintl.cr.usgs.gov /rwanda_lakespecialfeature.html   (365 words)

 Newslink - Kagera Bicycle Project   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
In November I met with the Revd Michael Palmer, Direcotr of the Bible School in Kagera.
He told me that the news of our appeal is the cause of great joy and excitement in Kagera.
They take great encouragement from the simple fact that there are Christians beyond their remote land who know and care about them.
www.durham.anglican.org /reference/newslink/stories/200102/kagera_bicycle.htm   (356 words)

 Kagera Zone   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Currently, the number of people who have died of HIV/AIDS at Regional level is estimated to be 200,000 and due to deaths of the adults there are now total number of 133,000 orphans in the region (as per Regional Hospital data June, 1997).
Seeds for Kagera project started in FY 98 after a New Zealander couple visited a school in Kabirizi area where they found school children planting maize in their school plot.
It is a 3 year project which will be located in Kagera region in the North-western part of Tanzania where the first 3 victims in Tanzania were found in 1983.
www.habari.co.tz /wvtanzania/Pages/FirstPages/z_kage.htm   (2421 words)

 African Safari to Lake Victoria, Tanzania | Kiroyera Tours ::: News Update #11
Photos are available in Kagera Museum which attracts people who visit the Museum.
The first time in Kagera History, Kagera region held a special meeting that involves different stake holders from different district to discuss significant tourism affairs.
The contest of designers at national level was held in Dodoma (Government Head Quota) where the designer from Kigoma near Kagera region to the northern west won for ladies dress and the Dar es Salaam won for the men.
www.kiroyeratours.com /news_update_12.htm   (500 words)

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Membership is obtained by anyone participating in the interests of Kagera.
A resolution to wind up has to be represented by at least a majority of two thirds of the attending members.
Any remaining assets and inventories of Kagera will be given to the Kashasha-school.
hem.passagen.se /kagera/center.htm   (181 words)

 Biological Control of Water Hyacinth in the Kagera River Headwaters of Rwanda
The implementation of the biological control program within the Kagera River system of Rwanda is expected to further support the long-term control of water hyacinth in the Lake Victoria basin via the reduction of water hyacinth biomass in source waters.
Considering that all rivers contain two riverbanks, these 160 km of river, therefore, produce 320 km of linear shoreline growth potential for the weed to a width of approximately two meters, or a total of about 64 ha.
A program for the biological control of water hyacinth in the Kagera River Headwaters of Rwanda was implemented in 2000.
www.cleanlake.com /rwanda_bio_paper.htm   (2588 words)

 The Economic Impact of Fatal Adult Illness from AIDS and Other Causes in Sub-Saharan Africa   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
For example, when prime-aged women die, malnutrition increases among their orphaned daughters under age three, and the schooling of older children is sacrificed.
Third, adult mortality from AIDS and other causes is only one among many roots of poverty and low living standards in Kagera, and it is not the most important one.
Since analysis of the Kagera survey data shows that per capita consumption in the better-off households is not depressed by an adult death, and many poor households have had no adult death, the project results do not support the idea of targeting assistance to all Kagera households that have suffered an adult death.
wbln0018.worldbank.org /Research/workpapers.nsf/5ade973899c8608685256731006834d5/892a0c8af2439dab852567e5000457cc?OpenDocument   (819 words)

 WISARD Project Server - project# 6804   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The project aims at supporting the rehabilitation of the Kagera region, an area that has been affected both by an influx of refugees and by a long-term decline in agricultural productivity.
Following the influx of over half a million Rwandan refugees in April 1994, IFAD mobilised emergency assistance for Kagera region through a Belgian Survival Fund grant between October 1994 and December1995.
The project area comprises the whole of Kagera region, namely, Biharamulo, Bukoba, Karagwe, Muleba and Ngara districts.
www.wisard.org /wisard/shared/asp/projectsummary.asp?Kennummer=6804   (953 words)

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The Kagera National Park, a vast tract in the east of the country, is home to wildlife such as antelopes, zebras, giraffes and elephants, as well as a significant number of bird species.
Since April, convoys of people from Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of the Congo have destroyed large tracts of the park, home to mountain gorillas and other endangered species, to create agricultural and pastoral land.
IRIN is a project of the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs.
www.irinnews.org /report.asp?ReportID=42062&SelectRegion=Great_Lakes&SelectCountry=RWANDA   (433 words)

 Rwanda Biological Control Program
Hyacinth in the Kagera River Headwaters of Rwanda
The implementation of the biological control program within the Kagera River system of Rwanda is expected to further support the long-term control of water hyacinth in the Lake Victoria Basin by reducing water hyacinth biomass in source waters.
Considering that all rivers have two banks, these 160 km of river therefore produce 320 km of linear shoreline growth potential for the weed to a width of approximately 2m, or a total of about 64 ha.
www.cleanlake.com /rwanda_biological_control_program.htm   (1975 words)

 Welcome to WalkGard Westland Hotel & Tours
For example in Bukoba town, which is the Regional center, there were only 4 hotels but none of which provided stansard accomodation and other services for reputable customers.
Kagera region is endowed with a lot of tourist attractions but due to the situation noted above, the market had remained undeveloped as investors invariably shunned away due to lack of basic supportive infrastructure.
It is located exactly three kilometers from Bukoba Township, the administrative center of Kagera Region.
www.walkgard.com /home.htm   (302 words)

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