Minister of Water and Irrigation Mark Mwandosya of Tanzania

Mark Mwandosya says he is worried with the speed in which some inland lakes in the country were shrinking.
Professor Mwandosya said countries benefiting from the project are Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Zambia and Tanzania.
Mwandosya was a youth leader of the Tanganyika African National Union (TANU) from 1967 to 1968 and became a member of TANU in 1971, remaining a member when TANU became the Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) in 1977.
required for the country to adapt to the effects of climate change.
Mwandosya said the atmosphere had now warmed up by an average of 0.
producers of greenhouse gases such the US to ratify the Kyoto Protocol.
Mark Mwandosya has also hailed the Danish government for expressing great concern about climate change.
falling water levels in Lake Victoria.
Prof Mwandosya was addressing authorities in Moshi recently at the end of his four-day tour of the region.
We are now drawing up a strategy to tackle the problem and mitigate effects on the people," Mwandosya said in parliament in Dodoma, the political capital, in response to questions by members of parliament who had expressed concern over falling water levels in Lake Victoria.
The Minister for Water and Irrigation Prof Mark Mwandosya has called on the newly inaugurated University of Dodoma (UDOM) to focus on hydrological surveys and research for water supply to semi-arid regions.
When contacted for comment on stakeholders� views, the Minister for Water and Irrigation Prof Mark Mwandosya said for the time being, the government has no plan to merge them.
Mwandosya was serving as chairman and director of the Dar es Salaam-based Centre for Energy, Environment, Science and Technology (CEEST.