Sustainable Catchment Management though Enhanced Environmental Flow Assessment and Implementation for the Protection of the Western Indian Ocean from Land Based Sources and Activities in Tanzania (EFLOWS)

Project Summary

Environmental flows assessments – or Eflows – seek to determine the quantity and quality of water and sediment flows necessary to sustain freshwater and estuarine ecosystems and the human livelihoods and wellbeing that depend on them. Though governments and other stakeholders recognize the key role of sustained environmental flows to communities and the environment, there has been no standardized, region-wide approach to conducting environmental flows assessments

Hosting Unit
College of Forestry Wildlife and Tourism
Hosting Department
Department of Forest Resources Assessment and Management
Project Leader
Prof. J.J. Kashaigili
Project Status
Ongoing Project
Project Completion Date
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