Kamanzi, A. (2007) Our Way. Responding to the Dutch aid in the District Rural Development Program of Bukoba, Tanzania, PhD dissertation presented at Radboud University of Nijmegen: CIDIN
Kamanzi, A. (2001), Rumours of Modernity, Whispers of Postmodernism, Hopes of Post-postmodernism: A search for Sustainable Environmental Rehabilitation, MA dissertation presented at Uganda Martyrs University, Nkozi, Kampala: IEDS
Kamanzi, A. (2000), Development Philosophy or Philosophy of Development? A Millennial Response. Case Study: Haya Culture, BA dissertation presented at Uganda Martyrs University, Nkozi, Kampala: IEDS
Kamanzi, A. (2014), Connectedness in evolution: The discourse of modernity on the ecosophy of the Haya people in Tanzania
Kamanzi, A. (2012), Unequal catch: Gender and fisheries on the Lake Victoria landing sites in Tanzania, Leiden: ASC
Kamanzi, A. Nyankweli, E., and Auma, O (2018), “Governance dynamics of community-based social protection services in Tanzania”. In Awortwi, N. and Walter-Drop, G. (2018). Non-state social protection actors and services in Africa: governance below the state. Abingdon, Oxon; New York, NY: Routledge.
Kamanzi, A. and Namabira, J. (2013), “Re-arranging the patriarchal value system through women empowerment. An experience from Tanzania”, forthcoming in Insights into gender equity, equality, and power relations in sub-Saharan Africa, Addis Ababa:
Kamanzi, A. (2012), Women’s Strategies to access Financial Resources in the Men’s economic domain, in Gender Issues Research Report Series no. 25,Addis Ababa: OSSREA
Kamanzi, A. & De Haan, L.J (2010) “Who gets drunk at the bottom of the pyramid, if a bottle of whiskey is tossed at the top? Development Cooperation as Chain of Political Arenas”, in Hoebink, P., ed., (2010) The Netherlands Yearbook on International Cooperation 2009. Assen: Van Gorcum, pp. 119-140.
Kamanzi, A. (2004), “Actor-oriented Approach for ICT Revolution”, in Peter Kanyandago and Levis Mugumya, eds., Celebrating 10 years of Academic Excellence, UMU: ARDC, 2004, pp. 95-111.
Kamanzi, A. et al. (2018). eKichabi: Information Access through Basic Mobile Phones in Rural Tanzania. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1145/3173574.3173707
Kamanzi, A, Nyankweli, E., and Msuya S. (2017). Revamping the planning profession: from planners who mis-plan to searching planners. In Managing Development in Africa. Vol. 2 (4), pp. 214-224
Kamanzi, A. (2017). Daily time use: women at a disadvantage for schooling. In Managing Development in Africa. Vol. 2 (4), pp. 284-288
Kamanzi, A. (2017), What influences early labour experiences for young women and men in Tanzania? In Managing Development in Africa Journal. Vol. 2 (3), -p. 211-213.
Kamanzi, A. and Mdendemi, T. (2017). Leadership bottlenecks in Implementing Participatory Development for the Rural Poor: Experiences of Community Participation through Opportunities and Obstacles to Development (O&OD) in Tanzania. In Managing Development in Africa, vol. 2 (1), pp. 77-88.
Mdendemi, T. and Kamanzi, A. (2017). Facilitating community empowerment through Opportunities and Obstacles to Development (O&OD): Is the empowerment process pro-poor? In Managing Development in Africa, vol. 2 (2), pp. 125-136
Mdendemi, T. and Kamanzi, A. (2017). Enhancing local capacity among poor farmers for improved incomes and food security: Lessons learnt from Savings and Credit Cooperative Societies (SACCOS) in Dodoma Region. In Managing Development in Africa, vol. 2 (2), pp. 89-105.
Namabira, J. and Kamanzi, A. (2017). All happy, but youths unhappier than adults. A qualitative study among selected rural and urban communities in Tanzania. In Managing Development in Africa. Vol. 2 (3), pp. 192-207
Msuya, S. and Kamanzi, A. (2017). Sanitation in practice: an experience of traditional pit latrine use in Tanzania. In Managing Development in Africa. Vol. 2 (2), pp. 137-159.
Rehema, T. M, Mdendemi, T. and Kamanzi, A. (2017). Embracing urban livestock keeping in Tanzania: Exploring the institutional framework. In Managing Development in Africa, vol. 2 (3), pp. 159-172.
Kamanzi, A. (2017) “Discursive elements and Organising practices: evidence in the practice of conservation agriculture among cotton growers in Tanzania”, in Managing Development in Africa Journal, vol.1, pp. 1-25.
Kamanzi, A. (2016) Discursive elements and Organising practices: Evidence from Conservation agriculture Tanzania. In Managing Development in Africa, vol. 1 (1), pp. 1-30.
Kamanzi, A. and Buberwa D.K., (2016) “Exclusion of women in migration studies” in the Imperial Journal of Interdisciplinary Research (IJIR), 2, issue 2. The article can be found at http://www.onlinejournal.in
Kamanzi, A. and Namabira, J. (2015) “Case for a Transformational Paradigm in Addressing False Gender Consciousness with Specific Reference to Migrants to Islands of Lake Victoria”, in Journal of Development Studies. Vol. 4, pp. 116 – 138
Kamanzi, A. (2013), “Masculinities at Work Everywhere: A Case Study of Gender-Based Violence in Tanzania”. Download it here
Kamanzi, A. (2011), “Modernity: foundation for universal environmental degradation”, in “Journal of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences: Special Issue: Oral History and Development”, vol. 10 (3), pp. 204 – 213
Kamanzi, A. (2010) “Development Studies for rural development: from the ‘West and the Rest’ Discourse to the “Rests cum West” discourse”, in Journal of Development Studies, Nkozi: UMU Press, vol. 1 (1), pp. 19-35
Kamanzi, A. (2010), “Microfinance for empowerment, but how? An experience from SACCOS beneficiaries in a selected district of Tanzania”, in Journal of Development Studies, Nkozi: UMU Press, vol. 1 (1), pp. 53-71
Kamanzi, A. (2009) “HIV/AIDS shaping people’s livelihoods promotion processes. A case of a highly affected HIV/AIDS village”, in Health Policy and Development, Vol. 7, No. 3, pp. 141-147
Kamanzi, A. (2009) “Stopping female genital mutilation (FGM) in a clash of titanic discourses”, in Journal of health Policy and Development, 7(2) pp. 82-90
Kamanzi, A. (2009), “Victor victim and victim victor”! Speaking the languages in the era of the discontents of globalization”, in Journal of Social Sciences, Dodoma: UDOM
Kamanzi, A. & N Ishengoma, (2009), “Revival of shame: a way to create pro-people role models as opposed to decisively anti-people role models for the youths, in Journal of Education and Development, Dodoma: UDOM
Kamanzi, A. (2008), “The Crazy Gods of Tanzania. From ‘Opposition Politics’ to ‘Harmonious Politics’: Lessons for Africa”, in Journal of Science and Sustainable Development, vol 1 (1), pp. 40-49
Kamanzi, A. (2008), “Evolution of HIV/AIDS discourse among the Haya on Ten landing sites in the Western Shores of Lake Victoria: Need for a Shift from a Biomedical Discourse to a Meaningful Life Discourse”, in Journal of health Policy and Development, vol. 6 (3), pp. 85-91.
Kamanzi, A. and Damens, J. (2016), The Role of African Academic Institutions in Promoting Open Access in Africa: Obstacles and Opportunities, Dakar: Senegal
Kamanzi, A. (2013) “More strategies needed to combat “Men goal keeping”, Adis Ababa 8th t0 11th December 2013.
Kamanzi, A. (2010) “Farmers manipulating the elite: right, wrong, reasonable?”, in Cristovao A. & A. Koutsouris, Innovation and Change facilitation for rural development, 9th European IFSA Symposium, 4th to 7th July, 2010, Vienna Austria), pp. 33-42.