Dr. Farida Salehe

Lecturer (PhD)

Dr.  Farida  Salehe is  a Lecture in the Development Studies Institute.  Apart from her PhD and Master studies, Dr. Farida had attended  several short courses in Sustainable Agriculture in an Environment Perspective (Svalof Weilbull – Sweden), Farm irrigation and Water Management Thailand, Agriculture Meteorology- Israel.  Her research Interests are on Community Development, irrigation Development, Climate Change. She joined DSI from the Ministry of Water and Irrigation- Irrigation and Technical Department.

She teaches undergraduate and Postgraduate courses;

  • Rural industrialization and development
  • Science, Technology & Agrarian Development,
  • Agrarian Development
  • Rural Development planning
  • Population and Development ( Postgraduate courses)

PhD in Rural Development- Sokoine University of Agriculture

M.A. in Development Studies - University of Dar es Salaam

B.Sc in Agriculture Education and Extension - Sokoine University of Agriculture

Farida S. Salehe
(2017). Schistosomiasis Occurrence and Risk Factors Influencing Transmission in Different Surface Irrigation Schemes in Morogoro and Kilimanjaro Regions, Tanzania. International Journal of TROPICAL DISEASE & Health 22(1): 1-15.

Johari A. Saladi and Farida S. Salehe (2017). Assessment of Water Supply and Its Implications on Household Income in Kabuku Ndani Ward Handeni District, Tanzania. Asian Journal of Environment & Ecology 2(1): 1-26.

John Msinde and Farida Salehe (2017). What Role for Remittances in Farm Inputs Expenditure among Paddy Farming Households? A Case Study of Kilombero Valley, Tanzania. Asian Research Journal of Arts & Social Sciences

2(4): 1-9.

Adam K. Haji1, Farida S. Salehe and John Msinde2 (2018). Adoption of Rainfed Paddy Production Technologies among Smallholder Farmers: A Case of Central District- Zanzibar, Tanzania. Asian Research Journal of Agriculture 8(2): 1-19

Emanuel E.Chingonikaya and Farida S.Salehe (2018). Contribution of Local Chicken Production towards Improving Peoples Wellbeing: A Case of Peri-Urban Areas of Kinondoni District, Tanzania. Asian Journal of Advances in Agricultural Research 5(2): 1-11.

Emanuel E. Chingonikaya and Farida S. Salehe (2018). Attitudes of Community towards Female Genital Mutilation in Manyoni District, Singida Region, Tanzania. Journal of Education, Society and Behavioural  Science 25(1): 1-11.

Department of Development Studies

P.O. Box 3024, Chuo Kikuu, Morogoro

Email: faridasalehe@sua.ac.tz

Phone number: 0782 872248