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Geography Form Two Necta Format – Form Two National Assessment (FTNA)

Geography Form Two Necta Format – Form Two National Assessment (FTNA). GEOGRAPHY 1.0 INTRODUCTION The Geography assessment format for the Form Two National Assessment (FTNA) covers the Form One and Form Two topics of the Geography Syllabus for Secondary Schools which was issued in 2005 and revised in 2010. The Geography form two assessment is …

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REASONS WHY IRRIGATION IS CARRIED OUT IN EAST AFRICA

REASONS WHY IRRIGATION IS CARRIED OUT IN EAST AFRICA Existence of gently sloping land which favours irrigation by gravity flow of water e.g. at Mwea-Tebere. The existence of modern technology ensures the use of irrigation e.g. overhead sprinkling at Kilombero. The existence of extensive free land due to the sparse population in dry areas has …

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ways in which underground water can be polluted

Ways in which underground water can be polluted Pesticides and herbicides applied to agriculture crop can find their way into underground water through leaching Liquid and solid wastes from septic tanks can contaminate underground water Radioactive waste has high potential of polluting underground water Fertilizers especially nitrate  have harmful effects  to underground water Rainwater can …

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10 Factors that favored location of the kilombero irrigation scheme

The scheme started in 1960 and it became a government parastatal called Sugar Development co-operation in 1968. Today, it employs over 46,000 workers and it contributes 40% of the total sugar production in Tanzania. It has mainly encouraged the development of outgrowers’ schemes. Factors that favored location of the scheme Presence of rivers such as …

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