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Dr A. Mhizha

Chairman

Dr A Mhizha 

PhD University of Witwatersrand, South Africa MSc (Water Resources Engineering and Management) - University of Zimbabwe, BSc (Eng) Hons Civil-University of Zimbabwe.

Specialization - Water Engineering and Hydrology

 

Publications

  1. Mhizha and J. Ndiritu, 2018, Fuzzy and process modelling of contour ridge water dynamics, Procedings of the International Association of Hydrological Sciences, 95, 1–8.
  2. Mhizha A. and Ndiritu J., 2013, Assessing crop yield benefits from in-situ rainwater harvesting through contour ridges in Semi-Arid Zimbabwe, Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Elsevier.
  3. P. Ncube, H. Makurira, E. Kaseke and A. Mhizha, 2011, Reservoir operation under variable climate: Case of Rozva Dam, Zimbabwe, Physics and Chemistry of the Earth.
  4. Sawunyama, T. *, Senzanje, A,. Mhizha, A., 2006, Estimation of small Reservoir Storage Capacities in Limpopo River Basin Using Geographical Information Systems and Remotely Sensed Surface Areas: Case of Mzingwane Catchment, Journal for Physics and chemistry of The Earth).
  5. , A, 2005, An Assessment of The Performance of the ‘21-Month Rule’ in the Operation of a System of Dam Reservoirs in the Manyame Catchment. International Water Association, Selected proceedings of the Water and Wastewater Management for Developing Countries Conference 28-30 July, 2004, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, IWA, London.

Conference Proceedings

  1. Natsa T. F, van der Zaag P, Mhizha A, 2000, Modelling the change from prior rights to proportional water permits: implications for a heavily committed catchment area in Zimbabwe, 1st WARFSA/WaterNet Symposium: , Maputo, 1-2 November 2000.
  2. Vilanculos A, Mhizha A & Kaseke E, Towards improving flood forecasting and early warning systems through integrated technology in the Limpopo Basin, 7th WARFSA/WaterNet Symposium: , Lilongwe, Malawi, 1-3 November 2006
  3. Alexander Mhizha, John Ndiritu, Isaiah Nyagumbo, 2009, Water retention by contour ridges in agricultural fields of semi-arid regions, 10th WaterNet/WARFSA/GWP Symposium, 28-30 October 2009, Entebbe, Uganda.
  4. Mhizha A, Ndiritu J, A REW-based fuzzy model for rainwater harvesting by contour ridges, 15th SANCIAHS National Hydrology Symposium 12 – 14 September 2011, Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa.
  5. Mhizha A, Ndiritu J, A fuzzy model for designing contour ridges for rainwater harvesting, 12th WaterNet/WARFSA/GWP Symposium, 26-28 October 2011, Maputo, Mozambique.
  6. Mhizha A and Ndiritu J., 2013, Assessing crop yield benefits from in-situ rainwater harvesting through contour ridges in Semi-Arid Zimbabwe, Paper presented to the 13th WaterNet/WARFSA/GWP-SA International Symposium on Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) in association with the International Commision on Water Resources Systems of the IAHS held 31 October – 2 November 2013 in Johannesburg.
  7. Ndidzano K.F, Kileshye-Onema J.M and Mhizha A, Hydrological assessment of up-scaling rainwater harvesting techniques in Upper Mzingwane Sub-catchment, Paper presented to the 13th WaterNet/WARFSA/GWP-SA International Symposium on Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) in association with the International Commision on Water Resources Systems of the IAHS held 31 October – 2 November 2013 in Johannesburg.

Dr. A Salahuddin

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Dr. A Salahuddin 

PhD, MSc Structiral Eng.

Senior Lecturer

Research and Innovation

  • Analysis & design of box 2 plate-girder bridges.

Finite element of Structures

Research Focus Areas

  • Computers in Civil Engineering
    • Super-Computers in engineering
    • Artificial Intelligence

Expert Systems

Eng. S. Shumba

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Lecturer

Eng. S. Shumba 

MSc Intergrated Water Resource Management, BSc Hons. Civil Engineering

  • Low cost Infrastructure design
  • Innovative construction products

Geoenviromental & Geotechnical Engineering

Eng. Z Hoko

Senior Lecturer

Eng. Z Hoko

MSc (Sanitary Engineering) - IHE – Delft NL, BSc (Eng) Hons Civil - University of Zimbabwe

Specialization

  • Water Supply Engineering
  • Wastewater Engineering
  • Applied Water Quality Management and Pollution Control

 

Publications

Books

  1. Scouten, M., Hes E., Hoko, Z (Eds). 2009. Innovative practices in the African water and sanitation sector. Sun Press. Stellenbosch, South Africa. ISBN 978-1-920109-96-7. 142p.

 

Journals

  1. Guest Editor: Physics and Chemistry of the Earth Volume 32, issues 15-18, 2007
  2. Guest Editor: Physics and Chemistry of the Earth Volume 33, 2008.
  3. Chief Editor-Zimbabwe Journal of Engineering Science and Technology Volume 1 , 2013. (Published by Zimbabwe Institution of Engineers)

 

Book chapters and International refereed journals 

  1. Nhapi, I., Hoko, Z., Siebel, M.A., and Gijzen, H., J., 2002. Assessment of the Major water and nutrient flows in the Chivero catchment area, Zimbabwe. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth 27 (pp 783-792). Elsevier Ltd.
  2. Nhapi, I., Hoko, Z., 2004. A Cleaner Production Approach to Urban Water Management: Potential for Application in Harare, Zimbabwe. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth. 29 (pp 1281-1289)
  3. Hoko, Z., A comparison of different field measurement techniques for sewage, The Case of Borrowdale Brook sewage pumping station, Harare, Zimbabwe. In: Water and Environmental Management Series, Water & Wastewater management for Developing Countries (WAMDEC 2004). Pp 271-282. IWA publishing. London , UK.ISBN:1-84339-511-8.
  4. Mthimkhulu, S., Dallas, H., Day, J. and Hoko, Z., Biological Assessment of the state of the water quality in the Mbuluzi River, Swaziland. In: Water and Environmental Management Series, Water & Wastewater management for Developing Countries (WAMDEC 2004).Pp 163-174. IWA publishing. London , UK.ISBN:1-84339-511-8.
  5. Magombeyi, M., Love, D., Hranova, R.K.,Hoko, Z., 2005. Stormwater quality in the City of Harare-implications for managing stormwater pollutants in the urban water cycle. In: Water and Environmental Management Series,Water & Wastewater management for Developing Countries (WAMDEC 2004).Pp 129-139. IWA publishing. London , UK.ISBN:1-84339-511-8.
  6. Dlamini, E. and Hoko, Z., 2005. An Investigation on impacts of effluent from Sappi Usuthu Pulp Mill on the water quality of the Great Usuthu River. Water and Environmental Management Series, Water & Wastewater management for Developing Countries (WAMDEC 2004).Pp 293-303. IWA publishing. London , UK.ISBN:1-84339-511-8.
  7. Nkhoma, B.B., Hoko, Z. and Gumbo, B.,2005. Assessment of leakage control as a tool of infrastructure water system demand management. A case of area 49 in the City of Lilongwe, Malawi. In: Water and Environmental Management Series, Water & Wastewater management for Developing Countries (WAMDEC 2004).Pp 175-186. IWA publishing. London , UK.ISBN:1-84339-511-8.
  8. Hoko, Z., 2005. An assessment of the water quality of drinking water in rural districts in Zimbabwe. The case of Gokwe South, Nkayi, Lupane and Mwenezi. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, 30(11-16). Pp859-866
  9. Dzwairo, B., Hoko, Z., Love, D., and Guzha, E., 2006. . Assessment of the impacts of pit latrines on groundwater quality in rural areas:A case study from Marondera district, Zimbabwe. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, 31pp 779-788
  10. Hoko, Z., Hertle, J., 2006. An evaluation of the sustainability of a rural water rehabilitation project in Zimbabwe. The case of Mwenezi, Gwanda, Bulilima and Mangwe. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, 31pp 699-706
  11. Marunga, A., Hoko, Z., Kaseke, ,2006. Leakage control as a Water Demand Management tool for the City of Mutare, Zimbabwe. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, 31pp 763-770
  12. Nare, L., Love, D., Hoko, Z., 2006. Involvement of stakeholders in the water quality monitoring and surveillance system: the case of Mzingwane Catchment. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, 31pp 707-712
  13. Zwane, N. Love, D., Hoko, Z., Shoko, D. 2006. Managing the impact of gold panners within the context of integrated water resources management planning: the case of the Lower Manyame Sub-catchment, Zambezi Basin, Zimbabwe. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, 31pp 848-856
  14. Mutengu,S., ,Z., Makoni, F.S., 2007. An assessment of the public health hazard potential of wastewater use for crop production. A case of Bulawayo City, Zimbabwe. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, 32..1195-1203.
  15. Ndokosho J., Hoko, Z., Makurira,, 2007. An assessment of management approaches in a public water utility. A case study of Namibia Water Corporation (NamWater) . Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, 32. 1300-1309.
  16. Love, D., Zingoni, E,. Ravengai, S., Owen, R.J.S., Moyce, W., Mangeya, P., Meck, M., Musiwa, K., Amos, A., Hoko, Z. Hranova, R., Gandidzanwa, P. Magadzire, F., Magadza, C., Tekere, M., Nyama, Z., Wuta, M. and Love, I. 2006. Characterisation of diffuse pollution of shallow groundwater in the Harare urban area, Zimbabwe. In: Xu, Y. and Usher, B. (Eds.) Diffuse Pollution of Groundwater: Case Studies. Taylor and Francis, Rotterdam, pp65-76.
  17. Makaya E., Hoko, Z., Parawira, W., Svotwa, E., 2007. An assessment of the biological nutrient removal from wastewater: A case for Hatcliffe sewage treatment works in Zimbabwe. Electronic Journal of Environmental , Agricultural and Food Chemistry (EJEAFChem) 6 (10), pp 2409-2419.
  18. Hoko, Z., 2008. An assessment of quality of water from boreholes in Bindura District, Zimbabwe, Physics and Chemistry of the Earth 33, 824–828
  19. Mazvimavi, D, Hoko, Z., Jonker, L., Nhapi, I., Senzanje, A., 2008. (Editorial) Integrated water resources management (IWRM) – From concept to practice. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth 33, 609–613.
  20. Hoko, Z. Demberere T, Siwadi, J. 2009. An evaluation of the sustainability of a water supply project in Mt Darwin District: Zimbabwe. Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, 11(2), 98-112.
  21. Chinyama, A., Hoko, Z., Gumbo, B., 2009. Assessment of Metering and Billing Practice as a Water demand Management Measure: a case study of the city of Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. In: Schouten, M., Hes E., Hoko, Z (Eds). Innovative practices in the African water and sanitation sector. Sun Press. Stellenbosch, South Africa. P 111-121.
  22. Chikasema, G., Hoko, Z., Chipofya, V., 2009.  An assessment of effective Metering and Billing as a Water demand Management tool: A case of area 49 in lilongwe, Malawi. In: Schouten, M., Hes E., Hoko, Z (Eds). Innovative practices in the  African water and sanitation sector. Sun Press. Stellenbosch, South Africa. P 99-110.
  23. Hoko, Z., Dzwairo, B., Sanyanga, R., Neseni, N.,Guzha E, 2010. A preliminary assessment of the gender sensitivity and health risk potential of ecological sanitation (ecosan) in Marondera Rural District, Zimbabwe.  Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, Volume 12 (1), 87-105.
  24. Uwimana, A., Nhapi I., Wali, U.G., Hoko, Z. and Kashaigili, J., 2010.  Sludge Characterization at Kadahokwa Water Treatment Plant, Rwanda. Water Science & Technology: Water Supply 10(5), 847-858.
  25. Kalulu K. and Hoko Z., Assessment of the performance of a public water utility. A case of Blantyre Water Board in Malawi. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth 35(13-14),   806–810 .
  26. Dlamini, V., Hoko, Z., Murwira,A., and  Magagula, C., 2010. Response of aquatic macro-invertebrate diversity to environmental factors along the Lower Komati River in Swaziland Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, 35(13-14),   665–671.
  27. Muisa N. Hoko Z., Chifamba P. 2011. Impacts of alum residues on water quality and fish. A case study of Morton Jaffray Water Works, Zimbabwe. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth 36, 853–864
  28. Hoko, Z. Makado, P.K., 2011. Optimization of algal removal process at Morton Jaffray Water Works, Harare Zimbabwe. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth 36, 1141–1150.
  29. Kalulu, K., Hoko, Z., Kumwenda,S., and  Mayo A.  2012 Sustainability Of Community Based Water Management In Mulanje District, Malawi. Basic. Appl. Sci. Res., 2(3)2481-2488.
  30. Shuuya, M. K., and Hoko. "Trends and Impacts of Pollution in the Calueque-Oshakati Canal in North-Central Namibia on Water Treatment."Combating Water Scarcity in Southern Africa. Springer Netherlands, 2014. 43-60.
  31. Muserere, S. T., Hoko, Z., & Nhapi, I. (2014). Characterisation of raw sewage and performance assessment of Primary Settling Tanks at Firle Sewage Treatment Works, Harare, Zimbabwe. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Parts A/B/C, 67, 226-235.
  32. Kwangware, J., Mayo, A., & Hoko, Z. (2014). Sustainability of Donor-Funded Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Projects in Mbire District, Zimbabwe. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Parts A/B/C,, 76-78, 134–139.
  33. Muserere, S. T., Hoko, Z., & Nhapi, I. (2015). Fractionation of wastewater characteristics for modelling of Firle sewage treatment works, Harare, Zimbabwe. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Parts A/B/C, 76-78, 124–133.

Prof Hodson Makurira

Faculty of Engineering
Dean

Prof, Hodson Makurira

PhD Water Management & Hydrology (Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands), MSc in Water & Environmental Resources Management (UNESCO-IHE, Netherlands), Post-graduate Diploma in Water & Environmental Resources Management (UNESCO-IHE, The Netherlands), Bachelor of Science Honours Degree in Civil Engineering (UZ).

Research interests: Water Resources Management, Hydrology, Integrated Water Resources Management, Water Resource Modelling and Simulation,  Environmental Impact Assessment,  Water Engineering, Water Conservation

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PRESENT POSITION
Prof Makurira is a Senior Lecturer in the Civil Engineering Department and is currently the Dean of the Faculty of Engineering.

Profile Summary

Prof Makurira has extensive experience working in the water sector having worked for the Ministry of Water Resources and Development and ZINWA prior to joining the Civil Engineering Department in 2003. He specialises in aspects related to integrated water management and hydrology.. He lectures water engineering courses at BSc and postgraduate level. In the process, he has supervised BSc projects, MSc and PhD researches in the water engineering field. This work has led to several publications in international journals. Prof Makurira is a Fellow of the Zimbabwe Institution of Engineers and is registered as a Professional Engineer with the Engineering Council of Zimbabwe. He has also participated in several community projects, capacity building projects and consultancies in the region including lecturing and examining at various universities in the region and beyond.

Research & Publication Profile

Publications in peer-reviewed journals

  1. W. Gumindoga, T.H.M. Rientjes, A.T. Haile, H. Makurira & P. Reggiani (2019): Performance evaluation of CMORPH satellite precipitation product in the Zambezi Basin, International Journal of Remote Sensing, DOI: 10.1080/01431161.2019.1602791
  2. Jose Malanco, Hodson Makurira, Evans Kaseke, and Webster Gumindoga. (2018). Water management challenges at Mushandike Irrigation Scheme in Runde Catchment, Zimbabwe. Proc. IAHS, 95, 1-7, 2018. https://doi.org/10.5194/piahs-95-1-2018
  3. Thomas Matingo, Webster Gumindoga, and Hodson Makurira. (2018). Evaluation of sub daily satellite rainfall estimates through flash flood modelling in the Lower Middle Zambezi Basin. Proc. IAHS, 95, 1-7, 2018. https://doi.org/10.5194/piahs-95-1-2018
  4. Webster Gumindoga,  Hodson Makurira, and Bezel Garedondo. (2018). Impacts of landcover changes on streamflows in the Middle Zambezi Catchment within Zimbabwe. Proc. IAHS, 95, 1-7, 2018. https://doi.org/10.5194/piahs-95-1-2018
  5. Mikael Ekandjo, Hodson Makurira, and Elen Mwelwa. (2018). Impacts of hydropower dam operations in the Mana Pools National Park floodplains. Journal of Physics and Chemistry of the Earth.
  6. Gumindoga, W., Makurira, H., Phiri, M., and Nhapi, I. 2016. Estimating runoff from ungauged catchments for reservoir water balance in the Lower Middle Zambezi Basin. Water SA Vol. 42 No. 4 October 2016. 
  7. Tumbare M. J., Makurira H., and Shonhiwa E. K. 2016. An assessment of impacts of climate and/or land use change on selected dam spillway designs in the Mazowe catchment in Zimbabwe. Journal of Science, Engineering and Technology (JSET). Volume 3 No. 1
  8. Muhonda, P., Mabiza, C., Makurira, H., Kujinga, K., Nhapi, I., Goldin, J., and Mashauri, D. Analysis of Institutional Mechanisms that support community response to impacts of floods in the Middle Zambezi River Basin, Zimbabwe, Journal of Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, D01:10.1016/jpce.2014.11.013, In press.
  9. Makurira, H., and Tumbare, M.J. 2014. Water insecurity in Zimbabwe’s towns and cities: Challenge for institutions. Journal of Science, Engineering and Technology (JSET) ISBN9780797460072. In press.
  10. Nyikadzino, B., Chibisa, P., and Makurira, H. 2014. Exploring the effectiveness of sustainable water management structures in the Upper Pungwe River Basin.  Journal of Physics and Chemistry of the Earth 67-69. Pages 173-179.
  11. Makurira, H., Mapani, B., Mazvimavi, D., Mul, M., and Wepener, V., 2014. Implementing water science research to benefit all. Editorial. Journal of Physics and Chemistry of the Earth 67-69. Pages 1-3.
  12. Bola, G., Mabiza, C., Goldin, J., Kujinga, K., Nhapi, I., Makurira, H., and Mashauri, D., 2014. Coping with droughts and floods: A Case Study of Kanyemba, Mbire District.  Journal of Physics and Chemistry of the Earth 67-69. Pages 180-186.
  13. Shumba, S., Makurira, H., Nhapi, I., and Gumindoga, W. 2014. Environmental Impacts of Natural and Man-Made Hydraulic Structures-Case Study Middle Zambezi  Valley, Zimbabwe. International Journal of Application or Innovation in Engineering & Management (IJAIEM). Volume 3, Issue 1. Pp 242 -257.
  14. Makurira, H., Mapani, B., Mazvimavi, D., Mul, M.L., Wepener, V., 2013. Putting Science into Practice. Editorial. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth 66 (2013) pp 1-3.
  15. Makurira, H., Chaplot, V., Mapani, B., Mazvimavi, D., Mul, M.L., Mulwafu, W., Wepener, V., 2012. Harnessing the rivers of knowledge for socio-economic development, climate adaptation & environmental sustainability. Editorial. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth 50–52 (2012) pp 1–4.
  16. Makurira, H., Mazvimavi, D., Mul, M.L., Mulwafu, W., Senzanje, D. 2011.  IWRM for national and regional integration through science, policy and practice. Editorial. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Volume 36, Issues 14-15, Pages 711-714
  17. Ncube, S.P., Makurira, H., Kaseke, E., and Mhizha, A.2011. Reservoir operation under variable climate: Case of Rozva Dam, Zimbabwe. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Volume 36, Issues 14-15, Pages1112-1119.
  18. Mavima, G., Soropa, G., Makurira, H., and Dzvairo, W., 2011. Sedimentation impacts on reservoir as a result of land use on a selected catchment in Zimbabwe. International Journal of Engineering Science and Technology (IJEST), Vol 3, Issue 8.pp 6599-6608.
  19. Tsiko, T.T., Makurira, H., Gerrits, A.M.J., Savenije, H.H.G. 2011. Measuring forest floor and canopy interception in a savannah ecosystem. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, in press.
  20. Makurira, H., Savenije, H.H.G., Uhlenbrook, S., Rockström, J., Senzanje, A., (2011). The effect of improved on-farm techniques on maize yields and water productivity in sub-Saharan rainfed agricultural systems. (doi.org/10.1016/j.agwat.2011.05.003): 8pp.
  21. Enfors, E., Barron, J., Makurira, H., Rockström, J. and Tumbo, S.D., 2010. Yield and soil system changes from conservation tillage in dryland farming: a case study from North Eastern Tanzania Agricultural Water Management, doi:10.1016/j.agwat.2010.02.013.
  22. Mul, M.L., Kemerink, J.S., van der Zaag, P., Vyagusa, F.N., Mshana, M.G., and Makurira, H., 2010. Water allocation practices among smallholder farmers in South Pare Mountains, Tanzania; The issue of scales. Agricultural Water Management, doi:10.1016/j.agwat.2010.02.014.
  23. Makurira, H., H.H.G. Savenije, S. Uhlenbrook, J. Rockström, A. Senzanje, 2009. Investigating the water balance of on-farm techniques for improved crop productivity in rainfed systems: A case study of Makanya catchment, Tanzania. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Volume 34, Issues 1-2, Pages 93-98.
  24. Makurira, H., Savenije, H.H.G., Uhlenbrook, S., 2009. Modelling field scale water partitioning using on-site observations in sub-Saharan rainfed agriculture. Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci., 14: 627-638.
  25. Makurira, H., M.L. Mul, N.F. Vyagusa, S. Uhlenbrook, H.H.G. Savenije, (2007). Evaluation of community-driven smallholder irrigation in dryland South Pare Mountains, Tanzania: A case study of Manoo micro dam. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth 32 (2007).  pp1090–1097.
  26. Makurira, H., Savenije, H.H.G., Uhlenbrook, S., Rockström, J., Senzanje, A., Towards a better understanding of water partitioning processes for improved smallholder rainfed agricultural systems: A case study of Makanya catchment, Tanzania. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth 32 (2007). pp 1082–1089.
  27. Mazvimavi, D., Madamombe, E., Makurira, H., 2007. Assessment of environmental flow requirements for river basin planning in Zimbabwe. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth 32 (2007). pp 995-1006.
  28. Ndokosho, J., Hoko, Z., Makurira, H., 2007. Assessment of management approaches in a public water utility: A case study of Namibia Water Corporation (NAMWATER) Physics and Chemistry of the Earth 32 (2007). pp 1300-1309.
  29. Mutiro, J., Makurira, H., Senzanje, A., and Mul, M. L., 2006. Water productivity analysis for smallholder rainfed systems: a case study of Makanya catchment, Tanzania. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth 31 (2006). pp 901-909.

 

Conference proceedings 

  1. Makurira, H., Mugumo, M., 2006. Water Sector Reforms in Zimbabwe: The Importance of policy and institutional coordination on implementation. Proceedings of the African Regional workshop on watershed management, Nairobi, October 2005. FAO (2006). Pp 167-174.
  2. Makurira,H., Uhlenbrook, S., and Savenije, H.H.G., (2007). Hydrological impacts of field interventions in smallholder farming systems: A case study of Makanya catchment in semi-arid northern Tanzania. Changes in Water Resources Systems: Methodologies to maintain water security and ensure integrated management (Proceedings of symposium HS3006 at IUGG2007, Perugia, July 2007). IAHS Publ. 315, 2007. pp 78-84.
  3. Tumbare M. J., Makurira H., Shonhiwa E., 2013, An Assessment of Impacts of Climate and/or Land Use Change on Selected Dam Spillway Designs in the Mazowe Catchment in Zimbabwe, Proceedings of the 7th Zimbabwe Institution of Engineers Conference, Masvingo.
  4. Makurira, H., Savenije, H.H.G., and Uhlenbrook, S., 2009. Application of the HYDRUS2D model to interpret sub-surface flow dynamics in improved rainfed farming systems. Proceedings 10th International WATERNET/WARFSA/GWP-SA Symposium, Entebe, Uganda, 28-30 October 2009; CD-Rom; 16 pages.
  5. Makurira, H., Savenije, H.H.G., Uhlenbrook, S., 2008: Modelling field scale water partitioning processes using on-site observed data in rainfed agricultural systems. Paper presented at the 9th WaterNet/ WARFSA/GWP-SA Symposium Water and sustainable Development for Improved Livelihoods, 29-31 October, Johannesburg, published in conference proceedings (CD-ROM), 14 pages.
  6. Makurira H., Savenije H.H.G., Uhlenbrook S., Rockström J, Senzanje A., 2007: Investigating the effectiveness of on-farm techniques for improved crop productivity in rainfed systems: A case study of the Makanya catchment, Tanzania. Conference proceedings (CD-Rom) of the 8th WATERNET / WARFSA / GWP-SA Symposium, Lusaka, Zambia, 31 October – 2 November 2007, 9 pages.
  7. Makurira H., Savenije H.H.G., Uhlenbrook S., Rockström J, Senzanje A., 2006: Understanding field scale hydrology as a means of promoting small-holder water productivity for rainfed agriculture systems: A case study of Makanya catchment, Tanzania. Proceedings of the 5th FRIEND World Conference, Havana, Cuba, November 2006. CD-Rom, 15 pages.
  8. Makurira H., Savenije H.H.G., Uhlenbrook S., Rockström J., Senzanje A., 2006: Water balance analysis for small holder rainfed agricultural systems: A case study of Makanya catchment, Tanzania. Conference proceedings (CD-Rom) of the 7th WATERNET / WARFSA / GWP-SA Symposium, Lilongwe, Malawi, 1-3 November 2006, 12 pages.
  9. Bhatt, Y., Bossio, D., Enfors, E., Gordon, L., Kongo, V., Kosgei, J. R., Makurira, H., Masuki, K., Mul, M., Tumbo, S. D. 2006. Smallholder System Innovations in Integrated Watershed Management (SSI): Strategies of water for food and environmental security in drought-prone tropical agro-ecosystems. Colombo, Sri Lanka: International Water Management Institute. 59p. IWMI working paper 1009; SSI Working Paper 1

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