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Tanzania Journal of Health Research

 

Tanzania Journal of Health Research (TJHR) aims to facilitate the advance of health sciences by publishing high quality research and review articles that communicate new ideas and developments in biomedical and health research. TJHR is a peer reviewed journal and is open to contributions from both the national and the international communities.

 

TJHR is published quarterly in January, April, July and October as an organ of the Tanzania Health Research User’s Trust Fund


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Vol 16, No 3 (2014)

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Articles

Influence of human activity patterns on epidemiology of plague in Western Usambara Mountains, Tanzania EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Marianne Hubeau, Hubert Gulinck, Didas N. Kimaro, Proches Hieronimo, Joel Meliyo
Human activity spaces and plague risks in three contrasting landscapes in Lushoto District, Tanzania EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Proches Hieronimo, Hubert Gulinck, Didas N. Kimaro, Loth S. Mulungu, Nganga I. Kihupi, Balthazar M. Msanya, Herwig Leirs, Jozef A. Deckers
Predicting small mammal and flea abundance using landform and soil properties in a plague endemic area in Lushoto District, Tanzania EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Joel L. Meliyo, Didas N. Kimaro, Balthazar M. Msanya, Loth S. Mulungu, Proches Hieronimo, Nganga I. Kihupi, Hubert Gulinck, Jozef A. Deckers
Small mammals distribution and diversity in a plague endemic area in West Usambara Mountains, Tanzania EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Njaka A. Ralaizafisoloarivony, Didas N. Kimaro, Nganga I. Kihupi, Loth S. Mulungu, Herwig Leirs, Balthazar M. Msanya, Jozef A. Deckers, Hubert Gulinck
Landform and surface attributes for prediction of rodent burrows in the Western Usambara Mountains, Tanzania EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Joel L. Meliyo, Boniface H.J. Massawe, Balthazar M. Msanya, Didas N. Kimaro, Proches Hieronimo, Loth S. Mulungu, Nganga I. Kihupi, Jozef A. Deckers, Hubert Gulinck, Herwig Leirs
Vegetation habitats and small mammals in a plague endemic area in Western Usambara Mountains, Tanzania EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Njaka A. Ralaizafisoloarivony, Didas N. Kimaro, Nganga I. Kihupi, Loth S. Mulungu, Herwig Leirs, Balthazar M. Msanya, Jozef A. Deckers, Hubert Gulinck
Integrating land cover and terrain characteristics to explain plague risks in Western Usambara Mountains, Tanzania: a geospatial approach EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Proches Hieronimo, Joel Meliyo, Hubert Gulinck, Didas N. Kimaro, Loth S. Mulungu, Nganga I. Kihupi, Balthazar M. Msanya, Herwig Leirs, Jozef A. Deckers
Land use determinants of small mammals abundance and distribution in a plague endemic area of Lushoto District, Tanzania EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Proches Hieronimo, Didas N. Kimaro, Nganga I. Kihupi, Hubert Gulinck, Loth S. Mulungu, Balthazar M. Msanya, Herwig Leirs, Jozef A. Deckers
Anthropogenic soils and land use patterns in relation to small mammal and flea abundance in plague endemic area of Western Usambara Mountains, Tanzania EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Didas N. Kimaro, Balthazar M. Msanya, Joel Meliyo, Proches Hieronimo, Sibaway Mwango, Nganga I. Kihupi, Hubert Gulinck, Jozef A. Deckers
Contribution of land use to rodent flea load distribution in the plague endemic area of Lushoto District, Tanzania EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Proches Hieronimo, Nganga I. Kihupi, Didas N. Kimaro, Hubert Gulinck, Balthazar M. Msanya, Herwig Leirs, Jozef A. Deckers
Prevalence of leptospirosis and toxoplasmosis: a study of rodents and shrews in cultivated and fallow land, Morogoro rural district, Tanzania EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Georgies F. Mgode, Abdul S. Katakweba, Ginethon G. Mhamphi, Frank Fwalo, Mohamed Bahari, Mashaka Mdangi, Bukheti S. Kilonzo, Loth S. Mulungu


Tanzanian Journal of Health Research.   ISSN: 0856-6496;

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