Anna Mdee
Anna Mdee
Professor in the Politics of Global Development, University of Leeds
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The evolution of community water governance in Uchira, Tanzania: The implications for equality of access, sustainability and effectiveness
F Cleaver, A Toner
Natural resources forum 30 (3), 207-218, 2006
Exploring sustainable livelihoods approaches in relation to two interventions in Tanzania
A Toner
Journal of International Development: The Journal of the Development Studies†…, 2003
Volunteer tourism: Theoretical frameworks and practical applications
AM Benson
Routledge, 2010
Putting livelihoods thinking into practice: implications for development management
A Toner, T Franks
Public Administration and Development: The International Journal of†…, 2006
Academic-NGO collaboration in international development research: A reflection on the issues
CC Aniekwe, R Hayman, A Toner
Available at SSRN 2995689, 2012
Social enterprise with international impact: The case for fair trade certification of volunteer tourism
A Mdee, R Emmott
Education, Knowledge & Economy 2 (3), 191-201, 2008
A pathway to inclusive sustainable intensification in agriculture? Assessing evidence on the application of agroecology in Tanzania
A Mdee, A Wostry, A Coulson, J Maro
Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems 43 (2), 201-227, 2019
Politics in Africa: A new introduction
N Poku, A Mdee
Bloomsbury Publishing, 2014
Neither sustainable nor inclusive: a political economy of agricultural policy and livelihoods in Malawi, Tanzania and Zambia
A Mdee, A Ofori, M Chasukwa, S Manda
The Journal of Peasant Studies 48 (6), 1260-1283, 2021
‘Cracking collaboration’between NGOs and academics in development research
D Stevens, R Hayman, A Mdee
Development in Practice 23 (8), 1071-1077, 2013
15 How does it make a difference? Towards ‘accreditation’of the development impact of volunteer tourism
L Fee, A Mdee
Volunteer tourism: Theoretical frameworks and practical applications, 223, 2010
Service delivery on the cheap? Community-based workers in development interventions
J Boesten, A Mdee, F Cleaver
Development in Practice 21 (1), 41-58, 2011
Disaggregating orders of water scarcity-the politics of nexus in the Wami-Ruvu River Basin, Tanzania
A Mdee
Water Alternatives 10 (1), 100, 2017
Critical governance problems for farmer-led irrigation: Isomorphic mimicry and capability traps
A Mdee, E Harrison
Water Alternatives 12 (1), 30-45, 2019
Successful small-scale irrigation or environmental destruction? The political ecology of competing claims on water in the Uluguru Mountains, Tanzania
E Harrison, A Mdee
Journal of Political Ecology 24 (1), 406-424, 2017
Good governance, local government, accountability and service delivery in Tanzania: Exploring the context for creating a local governance performance index
A Mdee, L Thorley
ESRC Research Project, 2016
Sustainable livelihoods approaches-Can they transform development
A Toner
Bradford Centre for International development. Research Paper, 2002
Entrepreneurs, investors and the state: The public and the private in sub-Saharan African irrigation development
E Harrison, A Mdee
Third World Quarterly 39 (11), 2126-2141, 2018
The politics of small-scale irrigation in Tanzania: making sense of failed expectations.
A Mdee, E Harrison, C Mdee, E Mdee, E Bahati
Working Paper-Future Agricultures, 2014
Assets and domestic units: methodological challenges for longitudinal studies of poverty dynamics
D Brockington, E Coast, A Mdee, O Howland, S Randall
Oxford University Press USA, 2021
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