Uncertainty reduction in Models for Understanding development Applications (UMFULA)

Project Summary

UMFULA (which means ‘river’ in Zulu) stands for “Uncertainty reduction in models for understanding development applications” which is part of a major research programme called Future Climate For Africa. It is an international collaborative project  which will generate new insights and more reliable information about climate change and extreme weather events in central and southern Africa. UMFULA research will focus on impacts of climate on water and agriculture in Tanzania, particularly the Rufiji River Basin.

The project is a collaboration between seven African Institutes, including Sokoine University of Agriculture and five UK universities, including the London School of Economics and Political Science

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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