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PERSONAL INFORMATION
Sex:                             Male
Date of birth:              May 26, 1955
Marital Status:             Married

CONTACT ADDRESSES
Department of Forest Mensuration and Management,
Faculty of Forestry and Nature Conservation,
P.O. Box 3013, CHUO KIKUU, MOROGORO, TANZANIA.
Mobile Phone No.: +255 754 497 530
Email: kajembe@suanet.ac.tz, kajembegc@yahoo.com

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS
Ph.D. (Social Forestry), 1994, Wageningen Agricultural University, The Netherlands.
M.Sc. (Management of Natural Resources and Sustainable Agriculture), 1988, Agricultural University of Norway
B.Sc (Forestry) (Hons), 1985, Sokoine University of Agriculture, Morogoro, Tanzania.
Diploma (Forestry), 1980, Olmotonyi Forestry Training Institute, Arusha, Tanzania

AREA OF SPECIALIZATION
Involved in teaching, research, extension and consultancy services in Forest Management, Forest Governance and Institutional Analysis

WORK EXPERIENCE
2 years with Tanzania Forestry Research Institute (TAFORI) and 30 years with Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA)

PUBLICATIONS

Books

  1. Kaale, B.K.; J.A. Mushi; J.B. Hall; S.A.O. Chamshama; L.L.L. Lulandala; J.F. Redhead; W. Hetsch and G.C. Kajembe (1984). Trees for Village Forestry. Forest Division, Ministry of Lands, Natural Resources and Tourism, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania 125p.

2.   G.C. Kajembe (1994). Indigenous Management Systems as a Basis for Community Forestry in Tanzania: A case study of Dodoma urban and Lushoto Districts. Published by Tropical Resource Management Series Issn-0926-9495. No. 6; Wageningen Agricultural University, the Netherlands, 194p.
3.   Behr, D.C.; Cunningham, E.M.; Kajembe, G.C.; Mbeyale, G.E.; Nsita, S. and Rosenbaun, K.L. (2012). Benefit sharing in Practice: Insights for REDD+ Initiatives. Program on Forests (PROFOR); The World Bank, Washington, DC.

Chapters in Books

  1. Kajembe G.C. and D.F. Rutatora (1999). Indigenous knowledge and Natural Resources Management. In: Forster, P.G. and S. Maghimbi (eds). Agrarian Economy, State and Society in Contemporary Tanzania: The making of Modern Africa. Ashgate. Aldershot. Brookfield USA. Singapore, Sydney. Pp 116 – 125.
  2. Kihiyo, V.B.M.S. and G.C. Kajembe (2000). The Tanzanian Ujamaa Policy: Its Impacts on Community - Based Forest Management. In: Gombya-Ssembajjwe and Banana, A.Y. (eds.). Community - Based Forest Resource Management in East Africa Makerere University Printery, pp 34 - 45.
  3. Kajembe, G.C. and G.C. Monela (2000) Empowering Communities to Manage Natural Resources: Where Does the New Power Lie? A Case Study of Duru-Haitemba, Babati, Tanzania. In: Shackleton, S. and B. Campbell (eds). Empowering Communities to Manage Natural Resources: Case Studies from Southern Africa. CIFOR/USAID/IUCN/WWF/Africa Resources Trust/ SADC/CSIR/IES pp 151 – 163.
  4. Kajembe, G.C. and J.F. Kessy (2000). Joint Forest Management in Urumwa Forest Reserve, Tabora, Tanzania: A Process in the Making. In Virtanen, P. and M. Numnelin (Eds). Forests, Chiefs and Peasants in Africa: Local Management of Natural Resources in Tanzania, Zimbabwe and Mozambique. Silva Carelica 34 p 141 – 158.
  5. Kajembe, G.C., Monela, G.C. and Mvena, Z.S.K. (2003). Making Community-based Forest Management Work: A case study of Duru-Haitemba village forest reserve, Babati, Tanzania. In: Kowero, G.; Campbell, B.M.; and Sumaila, U.R. (Eds.). Policies and Governance Structures in Woodlands in Southern Africa. Center for International Forestry Research, Jakarta 10065, Indonesia: 16 – 27.
  6. Kayambazinthu, D.; Matose, F.; Kajembe, G.C.; and Nemarundwe, N. (2003). Institutional arrangements governing natural resource management of the miombo woodlands. In: Kowero, G.; Campbell, B.M.; and Sumaila, U.R.; (Eds.). Policies and Governance Structures in Woodlands in Southern Africa. Center for International Forestry Research, Jakarta 10065, Indonesia: 45 – 64.
  7. Kajembe, G.C.; Katani, J.Z.; Lyimo-Macha, J.G. and Nduwamungu, J. (2008). Coping Strategies Against Deforestation: Impact of Socio-Economic Gender-Based Indigenous Knowledge in Uluguru Mountains. In: Mukangara, F. and Shad, I.F. (Editors). Gender, Governance and Natural Resources in Rural Setting: Some case studies from Tanzania. University of Dar es Salaam, Gender Centre. Pp 79 – 124.
  8. Luoga, E.J. and G.C. Kajembe (2013). The Role of Institutions for Sustainable Livelihoods in Eastern Africa Forest Landscapes: Experience from Tanzania. Chapter 2: Institutional and Livelihood Changes in East African Forest Landscapes: Decentralization and Institutional Change for Sustainable Forest Management in Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania and Ethiopia 49 – 64 pp.
  9. Luoga, E.J. P. Ongugo; G.C. Kajembe, D.S.A. Silayo and N. Lyatura (2013). Linking Mount Kilimanjaro Forest Resources to Institutional, Socio-Political and Physical Factors: A Cross-Border Comparative Analysis. Chapter 14: Institutional and Livelihood Changes in East African Forest Landscapes: Decentralization and Institutional Change for Sustainable Forest Management in Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania and Ethiopia 253 – 283 pp.
  10.  Kimaro, D.N.; Mbeyale, G.E.; Hella, J.P.; Kajembe, G.C.; Semalulu, O. and Mogaka, H. (2013). Modern Beekeeping as an Enterprise for Monetary Benefits, Environmental Rehabilitation and Biodiversity Conservation: A case study of Lushoto District In: The Association for Strengthening Agricultural Research in Eastern and Central Africa (ASARECA). Feeding our Region in the 21st Century: First ASARECA General Assembly, Vo. 2 selected Scientific and Technical Papers: ASARECA: Entebbe, Uganda. ISBN 2978 – 92 – 95070 – 94-3 pp 177-193.

Papers in journals

  1. Keregero, K.J.B. and G.C. Kajembe (1989). Socio-economic Constraints to Soil Conservation Programmes in Tanzania. Abstracted in: The Role of Students and the Management of Global Environmental Dilemmas. MECCA, Publications, pp 39.
  2. Kajembe, G.C. (1990). Socio-economic constraints underlying Tanzania Village Forestry Programme: A case study of Morogoro District. Norwegian Centre for International Agricultural Development Occasional paper series C. (pp 61-77).
  3. Kajembe, G.C. and R.E. Malimbwi (1996). The Forest Agent at the Interface: Reflections on His Role in Forest Plantation Management in Tanzania. In: Chamshama, S.A.O. and S. Iddi (eds). Management of Forest Plantations in Tanzania. Record No. 63. Faculty of Forestry, Sokoine University of Agriculture, Morogoro, Tanzania. Pp 118 – 124.
  4. Kajembe, G.C. and A.S.M. Mgeni (1996). Linking Forest Plantations with Local People in Tanzania: can it be done? In: Chamshama S.A.O. and S. Iddi (eds). Management of Forest Plantations in Tanzania. Record No. 63. Faculty of Forestry, Sokoine University of Agriculture, Morogoro, Tanzania. Pp 125-130.
  5. Mgeni, A.S.M. and G.C. Kajembe (1996). Appraisal Techniques in Scenario Planning in Tanzania Plantation Forestry: Retrospectives and visions. In: Chamshama S.A.O. and S. Iddi (eds). Management of Forest Plantations in Tanzania. Records No. 63 Faculty of Forestry, Sokoine University of Agriculture, Morogoro, Tanzania. Pp 188 – 202.
  6. Kajembe, G.C. and K.F. Wiersum, (1998). Bridging the Gap between indigenous initiatives and externally sponsored forestry interventions. In: S.A.O. Chamshama (ed). First Annual Forestry Research Workshop. Record No. 67. Faculty of Forestry, Sokoine University of Agriculture, Morogoro, Tanzania. Pp 95-105.
  7. Kajembe, G.C.; A.O. Cham and E. Zahabu (1999). Livestock and Forest Resources Conflicts: A case study of SUA Training Forest, Olmotonyi, Arusha, Tanzania. In: Malimbwi R.E. and V.R. Nsolomo (eds). Record No. 72 (special Issue). Faculty of Forestry and Nature Conservation. Sokoine University of Agriculture, Morogoro, Tanzania pp 193 – 201.
  8. Kajembe, G.C. and D.F. Rutatora (1999). Perspectives on How Local Knowledge can be Utilized in Sustainable Natural Resource Management. Tanzanian Journal of Population Studies and Development. Vol. 6 No. 1 and 2 (1999): 145 - 152.
  9. Kajembe, G.C.; S.F. Kimasa; G.C. Monela and E. Zahabu (2000). The Role of Local Institutions in the Management of Forest Resources in Tanzania: A case study of Kahama District. Tanzania Journal of Forestry and Nature Conservation, 73: 9-16.
  10. Kajembe, G.C.; R.E. Malimbwi; E.J. Luoga; and A.A. Kisondela (2000). Socio-economic Importance of Mangrove Resources to the Coastal Communities: A case study of Rufiji Delta. Tanzania Journal of Forestry and Nature Conservation, 73: 34-40.
  11. Monela, G.C.; G.C. Kajembe; A.R.S. Kaoneka and G.S. Kowero (2000). Household Livelihood Strategies in the Miombo Woodlands of Tanzania: Emerging Trends. Tanzania Journal of Forestry and Nature Conservation, 73: 17-33.
  12. Shackleton, S.; Campbel, B.; Cocks, M.; Kajembe, G.C.; Kapungwe, E.; Kayambanzinthu, D.; Jones, B.; Matela, S.; Monela, G.C.; Mosimane, A.; Nemerundwe, N.; Ntale, N.; Rozemeijer, N.; Steenkamp, C.; Sithole, B. and Urh, I. (2001). Devolution in Natural Resource Management: Institutional Arrangements and Power shifts: A Synthesis of case studies from Southern Africa. CIFOR/USAID/IUCN/WWF/Africa Resources Trust/SADC/ CSIR/ IES pp 79.
  13. Otieno, J.N., Kajembe, G.C., Malimbwi, R.E. and Nduwamungu, J. (2001). The Contribution of Herbal Medicine to the Welfare of Local Communities: A case study of Babati District, Arusha, Tanzania. Tanzanian Journal of Population Studies and Development (Vol. 8 Nos. 1 and 2: 1-10.
  14. Kajembe, G.C.; Luoga, E.J.; Kijazi, M.S.; and Mwaipopo, C.S. (2003). The Role of Traditional Institutions in the conservation of Forest Resources in East Usambara, Tanzania. Int. J. Sustain. Dev. World Ecol. 10 (2003): 101 – 107.
  15. Kajembe, G.C.; Mbwilo, A.J., Kidunda, R.S. and Nduwamungu, J. (2003). Resource Use Conflicts in Usangu Plains, Mbalali District, Tanzania. Int. J. Sustain. Dev. World Ecol. 10 (2003): 333 – 344.
  16. Kajembe, G.C.; Nduwamungu, J., Luoga, E.J., Malimbwi, R.E. and Njana, R.J. (2004). The Impact of Human Utilization on Catchment Forest Resource Base: A case study of North Mamiwa-Kisara Catchment Forest Reserve, Kilosa District, Tanzania. Journal of the Tanzania Association of Foresters (TAF) Vol. 10: 1 – 13.
  17. Luoga, E.J.; Malimbwi, R.E.; Kajembe, G.C.; Zahabu, E.; Shemwetta, D.T.K., Lyimo-Macha, J., Mtakwa, P. and Mwaipopo, C.S.; (2004). Tree Species Composition and Structures of Jasini-Mkwajuni Mangrove Forest at Pangani, Tanzania, Journal of the Tanzania Association of Foresters (TAF) Vol. 10: 42 – 47.
  18. Ngaga, Y.M.; Kajembe, G.C. and Kihiyo, V.B.M.S. (2004). Influence of Economic Reforms on Utilization of Forest Resources by Local Communities surrounding Kitulang’alo Forest Reserve, Morogoro Tanzania. Journal of the Tanzania Association of Foresters’ (TAF). Vol. 10: 26 – 35.
  19. Nduwamungu, J. Kajembe, G.C., Malimbwi, R.E., Mbilinyi, B.P. and Luoga, E.J. (2004). Household Tree Planting in Kilosa District, Tanzania. Tanzania Journal of Forestry and Nature Conservation. Vol 75: 99 – 107.
  20. Kajembe, G.C.; Julius, F.; Nduwamungu, J.; Mtakwa, P.W. and Nyange, D.A. (2005). Impact of Indigenous – Based Interventions on Land Conservation: A Case Study of Soil Conservation and Agroforestry Project, Arumeru District, Tanzania. Land Degrad. Develop. 16: 311 – 325. Published online in Wiley Interscience www.interscience.wiley.com
  21. Luoga, E.J.; Kajembe, G.C.; Shemwetta, D.T.K.; Zahabu, E.; Mwaipopo, C.S. and Kweka, D.L. (2005). Assessment of Tree Stocking and Diversity for Joint Forest Management (JFM) in Nkweshoo Village Forest Management Area, Kilimanjaro, Tanzania. Forests, Trees and Livelihoods (15): 259 – 273.
  22. Katani, J.Z.; Kajembe, G.C.; Njovu, H.; Lusambo, P.L. and Nkonoki, J.B. (2005). Impact of Community Based Conservation Project in Tanzania. The case of Wami-Mbiki Area in Bagamoyo and Morogoro Rural Districts. Rural Planning Journal 7 (2): 38 – 49.
  23.  Kajembe, G.C. (2007). Identifying Priority Research Areas for Participatory Forest Management. The Eastern Arc Journal Issue No. 21: 23 – 24.
  24. Komwihangilo, D.M.; Lekule, F.P.; Kajembe, G.C.; and Petersen, P.H. (2007). Role of Local Knowledge in Mixed Production Systems: Methodology and Implications for Research and Development in Sub – Saharan Africa. Outlook on Agriculture Vol. 36 No. 3 pp 187 – 192.
  25. Nduwamungu, J.; Kajembe, G.C.; Malimbwi, R.E.; and Mbilinyi, B.P. (2007). Tree and Shrub species Diversity and Stocking in Miombo Woodlands: A case study of Kilosa District, Tanzania. Journal of TAF Vol. 11 pp 166 – 178.
  26. Otieno, J.N.; Kajembe, G.C.; Malimbwi, R.E.; and Nduwamungu, J. (2007). The Influence of Socio-Economic Factors on the Level of Knowledge, Domestication and Retention of Medicinal Plants: The Case of Duru-Haitemba villages, Babati District, Tanzania. Tanzania Journal of Forestry and Nature Conservation Vol. 76 pp 59 – 66.
  27. Nzunda, E.F.; Malimbwi, R.E.; Mbilinyi, B.P.; Kajembe, G.C.; and Nduwamungu, J. (2007). Landscape Level Forest Structural Pattern of Udzungwa Mountains, Iringa Region, Tanzania. Influence of Topography. Tanzania Journal of Forestry and Nature Conservation Vol 76 pp 102 – 109.
  28. Komwihangilo, D.M.; Lekule, F.P.; Kajembe, G.C.; Mgheni, D.M. and Petersen, P.H. (2007). Implications of Local Knowledge in the Utilization of Forage Resources in Mixed Livestock Systems in Eastern Tanzania. International Journal of Agricultural Sustainability 5 (4) 269 – 279. www.earthscanjournals.com
  29. Komwihangilo, D.M.; Lekule, F.P.; Mgheni, D.M.; Petersen, P.H.; Mtenga, L.A.; Kajembe, G.C. (2007). Emperical Assessment of short-term preferences of tropical forages by crossbred bull calves. African Journal of Agricultural Research 2(11): 558 – 564.
  30. Nduwamungu, J.; Kajembe, G.C.; Malimbwi, R.E. and Mbilinyi, B.P. (2007). Tree and Shrub species Diversity and Stocking in Miombo Woodlands: A case study of Kilosa District, Tanzania. Journal of TAF (11): 159 – 171.
  31. Paulo, W.; Madoffe, S.S.; Kajembe, G.C.; Luoga, E.J.; Nduwamungu, J.; Ngowi, S. and Katani, J.Z. (2007). Extent and constraints of Local People’s Involvement in Biodiversity Conservation in Uluguru Mountains, Morogoro, Tanzania. Journal of TAF (11): 55 – 86.
  32. Lalika, M.C.S.; Kajembe, G.C. and Luoga, E.J. (2008). Socio-Economic Incentives and Biodiversity Conservation in General Lands: Experience from Uluguru Mountains, Morogoro, Tanzania. African Affairs (23) 100 – 126.
  33. Robinson, E.J.Z. and Kajembe, G.C. (2009). Changing access to forest resources in Tanzania. EfD Discussion paper 09-10, Environment for Development Initiative and Resources for the Future.
  34. Zahabu, E.; Eid, T.; Kajembe, G.C.; Mbwambo, L.; Mongo, C.; Sangeda, A.; Malimbwi, R.; Katani, J.; Kashaigili, J. and Luoga, E.J. (2009). Forestland Tenure systems in Tanzania: An overview of Policy Changes in relation to forest management INA fagrapport No. 14 Department of Ecology and Natural Resources Management. Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Às, Norway.
  35. Kajembe, G.C.; J.S. Mbwambo; A. Mwakalobo; D.N. Kimaro and M.A. Njana (2010). Potential of Indigenous Knowledge in Climate change adaptation and mitigation: Prospects and Challenges in Tanzania. ICE Journal, Vol. 3 No. 2: 76 – 84.
  36. Mwakalobo, A.B.S.; Kajembe, G.C.; Silayo, D.S.; Nzunda, E.; Zahabu, E.; Maliondo, S. and Kimaro, D.N. (2011). REDD and Sustainable Development: Perspective from Tanzania. REDD Working Paper Published by the International Institute for Environment and Development (UK) 21p.
  37. Fisher, B.; R.K. Turner; N.D. Burgess; Swetnam, R.D.; Green, J.; Green, R.E.; Kajembe, G.C.; Kulindwa, K..; Lewis, S.L.; Marchant, R.; Marshall, A.R.; Madoffe, S.S.; Munishi, P.K.T.; Morse-Jones, S.; Mwakalila, S.; Paavula, J.; Naidoo, R.; Rickets, T.; Rouget, M.; Willcock, S.; White, S. and Balmford, A. (2011). Mesuring, modeling and mapping ecosystem services in the Eastern Arc Mountains of Tanzania. Progress in Physical Geography 35 (5) 595 – 611.
  38. Mpanda, M.M.; Luoga, E.J.; Kajembe, G.C. and T. Eid (2011). Impact of Forestland Tenure Changes on Forest Cover, Stocking and Tree Species Diversity in Amani Nature Reserve, Tanzania. Forests, Trees and Livelihoods Vol. 20: 215 – 230.
  39. Schaafsma, M.; Morse-Jones, S.; Posen, P.; Swetnam, R.D.; Balmford, A.; Bateman, I.J.; Burgess, N.D.; Chamshama, S.A.O.; Fisher, B.; Green, R.E.; Hepelwa, A.S.; Hernandez, - Sirvent, A.; Kajembe, G.C.; Kulindwa, K.; Lund, J.F.; Mbwambo. L.; Meilby, H.; Ngaga, Y.M.; Theilade, J.; Treue, T.; Vyamana, V.G. and Turner, R.K. (2012).   Towards   transferable      functions     of        extraction      of Non-timber Forest   Products:   A case study on Charcoal production in Tanzania. Ecological Economics: Elsevier htt://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolecon.2012.04.0.26.
  40. Mbwambo, L.; Eid, T.; Malimbwi, R.E.; Zahabu, E.; Kajembe, G.C. and Luoga, E.J. (2012). Impact of Decentralised Forest Management on Forest Resource Conditions in Tanzania. Forests, Trees and Livelihoods: 1- 17 Published by Taylor and Francis htt//www.tandfonline.com.
  41. Kaniki, H.N.; Kajembe, G.C.; Zahabu, E.; Katani, J.Z. and Eid, T. (2012). Role of communal and private forestland tenure regimes in regulating forest ecosystem goods and services in Rombo district, Tanzania. Tanzania Journal of Forestry and Nature Conservation Vol. 82, No. 1 (2012): 22 – 25.
  42. Sangeda, A.Z.; Abdallah, J.M.; Kajembe, G.C.; Luoga, E.J. and Hofstad, O. (2012). Incentive optimizing model for communities living adjacent to catchment forest reserves in Tanzania. Tanzania Journal of Forestry and Nature Conservation Vol. 82, No. 1 (2012): 36 – 49
  43. Mbwambo, L.; Kashaigili, J.J.; Eid, T.; Malimbwi, R.E.; Zahabu, E.; Kajembe, G.C.; Luoga, E. and Kayeye, H. (2012). Impact of decentralized forest management on forest cover changes in the north eastern Tanzania. Tanzania Journal of Forestry and Nature Conservation. Vol. 82, No. 1 (2012): 50 – 67.
  44. Kitula, M.M.; Kajembe, G.C.; Zahabu, E.; Luoga, E.J.; Katani, J.Z.; Ngowi, S.E. and Eid, T. (2012). Influence of forest land tenure regimes on forest condition in Uluguru Mountains, Tanzania. Tanzania Journal of Forestry and Nature Conservation Vol. 82, No. 1 (2012): 68 – 91.
  45. Njana, M.A.; Mugasha, W. and Kajembe, G.C. (2012). Are traditional institutions effective in regulating forest use and sustaining forest resources? Experience from Nyumba-Nitu, Southern Highlands, Tanzania. Tanzania Journal of Forestry and Nature Conservation. Vol. 82, No. 1 (2012): 92 – 106.
  46.  Sekei, K.; Burgess, N.D.; Chamshama, S.; Kajembe, G.C.; Lund, J.F.; Meilby, H.; Ngaga, Y.; Ngowi, S.; Njana, M.; Theilade, I.; and Treue, T. (2012). “Participatory Forest Management in Tanzania and Livelihoods of Rural People: Evidence from 12 Villages”. Scandinavia Forest Economics Vol. 44 pp 244.
  47. Schaafsma, M.; Morse-Jones, S.; Posen, P.; Swetnam, R.D.; Balmford, A.; Bateman, I. J.; Burgess, N.D.; Chamshama, S.A.O.; Fisher, B.; Green, R.E.; Hepelwa, A.S.; Hernandes-Sirvent, A.; Kajembe, G.C.; Kulindwa, K.; Lund, J.F. Mbwambo, L.; Meilby, H.; Ngaga, Y.M.; Theilade, I.; Treue, T.; Vyamana, V.G.; and Turner, R.K. (2012). Towards transferable functions for extraction of non-timber forest products: a case study on charcoal production in Tanzania. Ecological Economics, Vol. 80 pp 48–62; http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolecon.2012.04.026
  48. Meilbly, H.; Burgess, N.D.; Chamshama, S.; Kajembe, G.C.; Lund, J.F.; Ngaga, Y.; Ngowi, S.; Njana, M.; Skeie, K.; Theilade, I. and Treue, T. (2012). Wealth Ranking in 12 Tanzanian Villages: Turning Failure into Triumph. Schandinavian Forest Economics Vol. 44 pp 230.
  49. Njana, M.A.; Kajembe, G.C. and Malimbwi, R.E. (2013). Are Miombo Woodlands vital to Livelihoods of Rural Households? Evidence from Urumwa and surrounding communities, Tabora, Tanzania. Forests, Trees and Livelihoods, Vol. 22 No. 21: 124-140.
  50. Ngaga, Y.M.; Treue, T.; Meilby, H.; Lund, J.F.; Kajembe, G.C.; Chamshama, S.A.O.; Theilade, I.; Njana, M.A.; Ngowi, S.E.; Mwakalukwa E.E.; Isango, J.A.K. and Burgess, N.D. (2013). Participatory Forest Management for More Than A Decade in Tanzania: Does it Live to its Goal? Tanzania Journal of Forestry and Nature Conservation 83 (1): 28 – 42.
  51. Mbwambo, L.; Malimbwi, R.E.; Kajembe, G.C. and Eid, T. (2013). Communities’ Perception on the Impact of Decentralized Forest Management on access to forest resources and occurance of illegal tree harvesting in north eastern and central Tanzania. Journal of Forestry and Nature Conservation 83 (1): 43 – 53.
  52. Manyika, K.F.K.; Kajembe, G.C.; Silayo, D.A. and Vatn, A. (2013). Strategic Power and Power Struggles in National REDD+ Governance Process in Tanzania: Any effect on its legitimacy? Journal of Forestry and Nature Conservation 83 (1): 69 – 82.
  53. Schaafsma, M.; Morse-Jones, S.; Posen, P.; Swetnam, R.D.; Balmford, A.; Bateman, I.J.; Burges, N.; Chamshama, S.A.O.; Fisher, B.; Freeman, T.; Geofrey, V.; Green, R.; Hepelwa, A.S.; Hernandez-Sirvent, A.; Hess, S.; Kajembe, G.C.; Kayharara, G.; Kilonzo, M. Kulindwa, K.; Lund, J.F.; Madoffe, S.S. Mbwambo, L.; Meilby, H.; Ngaga, Y.M.; Theilade, I.; True, T.; Beukering, P.V.; Vyamana, V.G. and Turner, R.K. (2013). The Importance of Local Forest Benefits: Economic Valuation of Non-Timber Forest Products in Eastern Arc Mountains in Tanzania. Global Environmental Change http://dx.dui.org/10.1016/j.glovcha.2013.08.018.
  54. Shelukindo, H.B.; Sangeda, A.Z. and Kajembe, G.C. (2013). Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD+) in Tanzania: Where are we? JCEE (2013): Vol. 4 Issue 22: 356 – 376
  55. Magessa, K.; Mbeyale, G.E.; Kajembe, G.C. and Katani, J.Z. (2013). Power Struggles in the Management and Utilization of Suledo Villageland Forest Reserve, Kiteto District, Tanzania. Tanzania Journal of Forestry and Nature Conservation, Volume 82 (2): 50 - 67.
  56. Mutabazi, K.D.; Kajembe, G.C.; Silayo, D.A. and Mombo, M.F. (2014). Livelihood Implications of REDD+ and Costs – Benefits of Agricultural Intensification in REDD+ Pilot Area of Kilosa, Tanzania. Jecosys Ecogaph Vol. 4 Issue 1: An open Access Journal http://dx.doi.org/10.4172/2157-7625.1000144
  57. Mbwambo, L.; Malimbwi, R.E.; and Kajembe, G.C. (2014). Community Perceptions on the Impact of Decentralised Forest Management on Access to Livelihood Assets in the North, Eastern and Central Tanzania. Ethiopian Journal of Environmental Studies and Management Vol. 7 (1): 31 – 42.
  58. Treue, T.; Ngaga, Y.M.; Meilby, H.; Lund, J.F.; Kajembe, G.C.; Iddi, S.; Blomley, T.; Theilade, I.; Chamshama, S.A.O.; Skeie, K.; Njana, M.A.; Ngowi, S.E.; Isango, J.A.K. and Burgess, N.D. (2014). Does Participatory Forest Management Promote Sustainable Forest Utilisation in Tanzania. International Forest Review 16 (1) 2014. http://www.bioone.org/doi/full/10.1505/146554814811031279
  59. Lund, J.F.; Burges, N.D.; Chamshama, S.O.; Dons, K.; Isango, J.A.; Kajembe, G.C.; Meilby, H.; Moyo, F.; Ngaga, Y.M.; Mwakalukwa, E.E.; Skele, K.; Theilade, I. and True, T. (2014). Mixed Method Approaches to Evaluate Conservation Impact: Evidence from Decentralized Forest Management in Tanzania. Environmental Conservation. doi:10.1017/S0376892914000241.
  1. Sangeda, A.Z. and Kajembe, G.C. (2014). Is Joint Forest Management Providing Attractive Incentives to Local Communities? Empirical Evidence from Uluguru and Udzungwa Mountain Forests, Tanzania. JCEE Vol. 5 Issue 1: 565 – 583.
  2. Mongo, C.; Eid, T.; Kashaigili, J.J.; Malimbwi, R.E.; Kajembe, G.C. and Katani, J. (2014). Forest Cover Changes, Stocking and Removals Under Different Decentralised Forest Management Regimes in Tanzania. Journal of Tropical Forest Science 26 (4): 484 – 494.
  3. Babili, I.H.; Mtalo, G.E.; Kajembe, G.C. and der Wal, H. (2015). Institutional Performance under Decentralized Forest Management in Babati District, Tanzania. Small Scale Forestry. Available at [DOI.10.1007/SL 1842-015-9294-x]. Accessed on May 11, 2015.
  4. Mosha, D.B.; Vedeld, P.; Kajembe, G.C.; Tarimo, A.K.P.R. and Katani, J.Z. (2015). Reflections on evolving water management institutions and institutional bricolage: a case of irrigation schemes in Iringa Rural and Kilombero Districts, Tanzania. IWA Pubublishing Doi: 10.2166/wp.2015.020.

 

Proceedings

        1. Ngasongwa, J.A.; Ndyetabula, P.K. and Kajembe, G.C. (1990). Environmental Effects of Agricultural Practices in Tanzania. Proceedings for the first workshop on the preparation of a National Conservation Strategy for Tanzania held at Dodoma Hotel, Dodoma, Tanzania on 12 – 17 November, 1990. (pp. 35 – 55).
        2. Keregero, K.J.B. and G.C. Kajembe, (1990). Environmental Degradation: Is Mandatory Destocking a Solution? Proceedings for 8th Tanzania Veterinary Association Scientific conference held at Arusha International Centre, Arusha on 4th – 6th December 1990. (pp 47 – 55).
        3. Kajembe, G.C. (1993). Communal Resource Management: An overview. In: Proceedings of the Conference on Extension Approaches held at NBC Hall, held in Iringa, Tanzania on January 21, 1993. (pp. 39-45).
        4. Kajembe, G.C. Lugeye, S.C. (1994). The Dilemma of Agricultural Education in Human Resource Development for Sustainable Agriculture. Proceedings of the Sokoine University of Agriculture convocation 1st workshop. (pp 142-149).
        5. Kajembe, G.C. (1995). Indigenous Knowledge and Natural Resources Management. Proceedings of the Symposium of African Biodiversity: Foundation for the Future, held on October 3, 1994 at Usa River, Arusha, Tanzania (pp 39-52).
        6. Kajembe, G.C. (1995). Indigenous Knowledge as a basis for sustainable Forest Management in Tanzania. Proceedings of the IUFRO International workshop on “Sustainable Forest Management” held on October 17-21, 1994 at Furano, Japan. (pp 59-72).
        7. Kajembe, G.C. and I.H. Kawa (1996). Devising Land Conservation Techniques for Sustainable Development in Tanzania: What has gone wrong? Paper presented at the 5th Annual Scientific Seminar on Environmentally Friendly Technologies for Sustainable Development. Tanzania Commission for Science and Technology, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. March 6-8, 1996.
        8. Kajembe, G.C.; Zahabu, E. and M. Mwenduwa, (2000). Indigenous Technical Knowledge As Reflected in the Management of Natural Resources in Tanzania. In: Kauzeni, A.S. (Ed). Selected Papers from the First National Workshop on “Gender”, Biodiversity and Local Knowledge Systems (Links) to Strengthen Agricultural and Rural Development held in, Morogoro June 22 – 23, 1999 (pp 12 – 17).
        9. Kajembe, G.C.; Katani, J.Z. and Malimbwi, R.E. (2000). The Role of Gender – Based Indigenous Knowledge in Developing Coping Strategies Against Deforestation. In: Temu, A.B.; Lund, G.; Malimbwi, R.E.; Kowero, G.S.; Kleinn, K.; Malende, Y. and Kone, I. (Eds). Off-Forest Tree Resources of Africa. Proceedings of a Workshop held in Arusha, Tanzania, July 12 – 16, 1999 p 301 – 312.
        10. Kajembe, G.C. and Mbwambo, J.S. (2000). The Role of Local Institutions in Biodiversity conservation: A case study of Udzungwa Mountains, Tanzania. In: Shemweta, D.T.K. and Ngaga, Y.M. (eds). Proceedings of the workshop on "Operationalization of Forest Policy: Opportunities and Challenges. pp 48 - 56.
        11. Kajembe, G.C.; Kihiyo V.B.M.S.; Fue, G.E.; Banana, A.Y.; Gombya-Ssembajjwe, W. and Ongugo, P. (2000). Community Participation in the Management of Protected Forest Areas in East Africa: Opportunities and Challenges. Presented at the 8th Biennial IASCP Conference, Indiana University, Bloomington, May 31 – June 4, 2000. http://129.79.82.27/ IASCP/Papers/kajembeg032700.pdf
        12. Banana, A.Y., Gombya-Ssembajjwe, W., Bahati, J., Kajembe, G.C., Kihiyo, V. and Ongugo, P. (2000). Effective Monitoring of Decentralized Forest Resources in East Africa. Presented at the 8th Biennial IASCP Conference, Indiana, University, Bloomington, May 31 – June 4, 2000. http://129.79.82.27/Papers/bananawaa041500 pdf
        13. Kajembe, G.C. and Monela, G.C. (2000). Empowering Communities to Manage Natural Resources: Where Does the New Power Lie? A Case study of Duru-Haitemba village Forests, Babati District, Tanzania. Proceedings of the First Sokoine University of Agriculture - Wide scientific Conference. pp 376 – 385.
        14. Otieno, J.N.; Malimbwi, R.E. and Kajembe, G.C. (2000). Impact of Community-Based Forest Management on Diversity of Indigenous Medicinal Plants: A Case Study of Duru-Haitemba village Forests, Babati District, Tanzania. Proceedings of the First Sokoine University of Agriculture - Wide Scientific Conference. pp 363 – 375.
        15. Kajembe, G.C. Monela, G.C. and Mvena, Z. (2003). Making Community – Based Forest Management Work: A case from Duru-Haitemba village Forest Reserve, Babati, Arusha. The United Republic of Tanzania. In: Proceeding of the Second International Workshop on Participatory Forest in Africa, 169-72. Rome: AO Online: ftp://ftp.fao.org/docrep/fao/006/-14807B/-14807B15.pdf.
        16. Kajembe, G.C. and Nduwamungu, J. (2004). Participatory Forest Management in Tanzania, A Paradigm Shift. Paper Presented at the Earth Day, American Embassy, Dar es Salaam on April 22, 2004.
        17. Shemwetta, D.T.K., Kajembe, G.C., Luoga, E.J., & Mwaipopo, C.S. (2004) The Role of Diverse Institutions in the Rule Conformance and Generation of Conflicts over forest products in Tanzania. In: D.T.K. Shemwetta, E.J. Luoga, G.C. Kajembe, S.S. Madoffe (Eds) Institutions, Incentives and Conflicts In Forest management: A Perspective. Proceedings of the Regional Conference of East African International Forestry Resources & Institutions (IFRI) Research Network. Moshi, Tanzania. 12th –13th January 2004 pp 29-39.
        18. Mbeyale, G.E., Kajembe, G.C. & Luoga, E.J. (2004) Analysis of Institutional Changes in the Management of Common Pool Resources: A Case of Mkomazi Valley, Same District, Tanzania. In: D.T.K. Shemwetta, E.J. Luoga, G.C. Kajembe, S.S. Madoffe (Eds) Institutions, Incentives and Conflicts In Forest management: A Perspective. Proceedings of the Regional Conference of East African International Forestry Resources& Institutions (IFRI) Research Network. Moshi, Tanzania. 12th –13th January 2004 pp 49-57.
        19. Mialla, Y.S., Kajembe, G.C., Malimbwi, R.E., & Nduwamungu, J. (2004). Participatory and Conventional Forest Assessments: A Case Study of Monduli-Mlimani Catchment Forest, Monduli District, Tanzania. In: D.T.K. Shemwetta, E.J. Luoga, G.C. Kajembe, S.S. Madoffe (Eds) Institutions, Incentives and Conflicts In Forest management: A Perspective. Proceedings of the Regional Conference of East African International Forestry Resources& Institutions (IFRI) Research Network. Moshi, Tanzania 12th –13th January2004 pp 69-79.
        20. Kajembe, G.C., Shemwetta, D.T.K., Luoga, E.J. & Nduwamungu, J. (2004). Incentives for Sustainable Forest Management in Tanzania. In: D.T.K. Shemwetta, E.J. Luoga, G.C. Kajembe, S.S. Madoffe (Eds) Institutions, Incentives and Conflicts In Forest management: A Perspective. Proceedings of the Regional Conference of East African International Forestry Resources& Institutions (IFRI) Research Network. Moshi, Tanzania 12th –13th January 2004 pp 80-91.
        21. Kajembe, G.C., Namubiru, E.L., Shemwetta, D.T.K., Luoga, E.J., & Mwaipopo, C.S. (2004). The Impact of Rules in Forest Conservation in Tanzania: A Case of Kwizu Forest Reserve, Same District, Kilimanjaro. In: D.T.K. Shemwetta, E.J. Luoga, G.C. Kajembe, S.S. Madoffe (Eds) Institutions, Incentives and Conflicts In Forest management: A Perspective. Proceedings of the Regional Conference of East African International Forestry Resources& Institutions (IFRI) Research Network. Moshi, Tanzania12th –13th January 2004 pp 92-107.
        22. Kisoza, L.J.A., Kajembe, G.C., & Monela, G.C. (2004). Natural Resource Use Conflicts in Kilosa District, Morogoro Region, Tanzania. In: D.T.K. Shemwetta, E.J. Luoga, G.C. Kajembe, S.S. Madoffe (Eds). Institutions, Incentives and Conflicts In Forest management: A Perspective. Proceedings of the Regional Conference of East African International Forestry Resources& Institutions (IFRI) Research Network. Moshi, Tanzania 12th –13th January 2004 pp108-123.
        23. Kajembe, G.C.; Nyingili, R.B.; Msuya, J.; Nduwamungu, J. and Katani, J.Z. (2004). Non-Wood Forest Products and Their Contribution to Household Food Security in Mbozi District, Tanzania. In: Batamuzi, E.K.; Tarimo, A.J.P. and Kinabo, L.D.B. (Editors). Proceedings of the Third Collaborative Research Workshop organized Jointly by the Ministry of Agriculture and Food Security and Sokoine University of Agriculture, in Morogoro, Tanzania, May 24 – 26, 2004. pp 91 – 105.
        24. Munishi, P.K.T.; Mvena, Z.S.K.; Kajembe, G.C., Semu, E.; and Maliondo, S.M. (2005). Conflicts and Conflict Management in the use of Water Resources: A case study of Ikowa and Masenge Catchments in Dodoma and Morogoro, Tanzania. http://www.waternetonline.lhe.nl/ papers2003/warfsa.
        25. Kajembe, G.C., Mayeta, L., Nduwamungu, J. and Katani, J.Z. (2005). Resource Use Conflict Management in Mpanga/Kipengere Game Reserve, Iringa, Tanzania. Proceedings of the Fifth TAWIRI scientific conference, December 1 – 2, 2005, Impala Hotel, Arusha Tanzania.
        26. Kajembe, G.C. (2006). Instituting Good Governance in Natural Resources Management in Tanzania: Opportunities and Challenges. Paper Presented at a Workshop on the Preparation of a New Natural Resources Management Programme held at the Paradise Hotel, Bagamoyo, Tanzania on October 2 – 3, 2006.
        27. Kisoza, L.J.; Kajembe, G.C.; and Monela, G.C. (2006). Institutional Dissonance in the Management of Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Arusha Region, Tanzania. Proceedings of the Regional Workshop on Dryland Ecosystems: Challenges and Opportunities for Sustainable Natural Resources Management held at Hotel Impala, Arusha, Tanzania; June 7 – 9, 2006.
        28. Luoga, E.J.; Kajembe, G.C. and Mohamed, B.S. (2006). Impact of Joint Forest Management on Handeni Hill Forest Reserve and Adjacent Communities in Tanga, Tanzania. Presented at “Survival of the commons: Mounting Challenges and New Realities. The Eleventh Conference of the International Association for the Study of Common Property, Bali, Indonesia, June 19 – 23, 2006. http://dlc.dlib.indiana.edu/archive/00001956/.
        29. Lalika, M.C.S., Kajembe, G.C., Luoga, E.J. and Mkiramwinyi, F.O. (2008). Mainstreaming Socio-economic incentives and Tree Planting: An Approach for Water Sources Conservation in Uluguru Mountains, Morogoro, Tanzania. Effective Water Resources Management and Development Conference.
        30. Mbeyale, G.E.; Kajembe, G.C.; Haller, T. and Mwamfupe, D. (2008). Institutional Changes in the Management of Common Pool Resources (CPR) in Eastern Same, Tanzania: Challenges and opportunities. Presented at The Governing Shared Resources: Connecting local experiences to global challenges. 12th Biennial Conference of the International Association for the study of the commons, Cheltenham, England, July 14 – 18, 2008.
        31. Kajembe, G.C.; Ngaga, Y.M.; Chamshama, S.A.O. and Njana, M.A. (2009). Performance of Participatory Forest Management (PFM) Regimes in Tanzania: Preliminary Findings in the Project “Applied Research in PFM”. In: Nshubemuki, L.; Chamshama, S.A.O.; Mbwambo, L. and Balama, C. (Eds). Proceedings of the First PFM Research Workshop held at Morogoro Hotel, Tanzania on December 15 – 16, 2009.
        32. Msuya, T.S.; Kajembe, G.C., and Ngana, J.O. (2009). Implication of Community Integrated Water and Forest Management Initiatives in Improving Management of Catchment Forests of Mwanga and Same Districts, Tanzania. In: Nsubemuki, L.; Chamshama, S.A.O.; Mbwambo, L. and Balama, C. (Eds.). Proceedings of the First PFM Research Workshop held at Morogoro Hotel, 15 – 16, 2009.
        33. Msuya, T.S.; Kajembe, G.C., and Ngana, J.O. (2009). Implication of Community Integrated Water and Forest Management Initiatives in Improving Management of Catchment Forests of Mwanga and Same Districts, Tanzania. In: Nsubemuki, L.; Chamshama, S.A.O.; Mbwambo, L. and Balama, C. (Eds.). Proceedings of the First PFM Research Workshop held at Morogoro Hotel, 15 – 16, 2009.
        34. Mbeyale, G.C.; Lalika, M.C.S. and Kajembe, G.C. (2009). Decision Making on Human-Environment Systems: Analysis of a Meso-Level Governance Landscapes. Proceedings of the North-South National Centre of Competence in Research. Workshop held at Amabilis Conference Centre, Morogoro, Tanzania. April 2 – 3, 2009.
        35. Luoga, E.J. and Kajembe, G.C. (2009). The Role of Institutions for Sustainable Livelihood in Eastern Africa Landscapes: Experiences from Tanzania. Paper Presented During the Annual Meeting of IFRI-IFLEA Network in East Africa, Makerere University, Kampala, December 6 – 10, 2009.
        36. Mbwambo, L.; Malimbwi, R.E.; Eid, T.; and Kajembe, G.C. (2009). Is decentralized management the best way to conserve forest resources in Tanzania? Some empirical evidence on forest quality from selected forests inHandeni district. Proceedings of TAWIRI scientific conference held on December 2 – 4, 2009, Arusha, Tanzania.
        37. Dugilo, N.M.; Luoga, E.J.; Kajembe, G.C. and Mbeyale, G.E. (2010). Factors Influencing People’s Participation in Forest Management Activities at Selela Village Forest Reserve, Monduli, Tanzania. Paper Presented during the Annual Meeting of IFRI-IFLEA Network in East Africa, Kisumu, Kenya, August 28 – 31, 2010.
        38. Kimaro, D.N.; Semalulu, O.; Ayaga, G.; Mbeyale, G.E.; Kasenge, V.; Gumisira, C.; Kajembe, G.C. and Mogaka, H. (2010). Promoting Sustainable Natural Resource Management options through Effective Governance and Farmer-Market Linkages in the Highlands of East Africa. Key Note Paper: Best Practices in University Development through International Conference, February 2-4, 2010, Baguco City, The Philippines.
        39. Kajembe, G.C.; Mbwambo, J.S.; Mwakalobo, A.; Kimaro, D.N. and Njana, M.A. (2010). The Role of Indigenous Knowledge in Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation: Prospects and Challenges. Paper presentation at the 2010 Africa Environment Day Celebrations under the theme “Africa Resilience to Climate Change:  Protecting Biodiversity Loss and Enhancing Traditional Knowledge held at Arusha International Conference Centre (AICC), March 3 – 4, 2010.
        40. Kajembe, G.C.; Mbwambo, L., Katani, J.Z. and Dugilo, N.M. (2010). Impacts of Decentralization of Forest Management: Evidences from Tanzania. Paper Presented at Wageningen University, The Netherlands; October 11, 2010.
        41. Kajembe, G.C. and Mbeyale, G.E. (2011). Emerging Opportunities and Challenges underlying sustainable Natural Resources Management in Tanzania. A Key Note Paper Presented at a High Level Ministerial Meeting Held in Moshi, Tanzania, January 24, 2011.
        42. Kajembe, G.C.; Mbwambo, L.; Katani, J.Z. and Dugilo, N.M. (2010). Impacts of Decentralization of Forest Management: Evidences from Tanzania. Paper Presented at Wageningen University, The Netherlands, October 11, 2010.
        43. Mbwambo, L.; Eid, T.; Malimbwi, R.E.; Zahabu, E.; Luoga, E.J.; and Kajembe, G.C. (2011). Decentralised Forest Management: Potential Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation Strategy in Tanzania. Proceeding of the 3rd Scientific Conference of the Ecological Society of Eastern Africa Regal Press, Nairobi, Kenya.
        44. Kajembe, G.C.; Mbeyale, G.E. and Njana, M. (2010). Natural Resources Governance in Tanzania: An overview. Paper Presented at the Department of Natural Resources Management, University of Applied Sciences of Western Switzerland, November 12, 2010.
        45. Kajembe, G.C.; Silayo, D.A.; Kitula, M.M.; Lyatura, N.; Mutabaz, K.J.; Massawe, F. and Vatu, A. (2012). REDD+ Realities: Lessons Learned from REDD+ Pilot Projects in Kondoa and Rungwe Districts, Tanzania. In the Proceedings of the First Climate Change Impacts, Adaptation and Mitigation Programme scientific conference held at the Blue Pearl Hotel, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, January 2 – 3, 2012.
        46. Kajembe, G.C.; Silayo, D.A.; Abdallah, J.M. and Maliondo, S.M. (2013). The REDD+ Process in Tanzania: The village as an Arena for Defining and Defending Local and National Interests. Paper presented at the International Conference on “Options for National REDD+ Architecture” held at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences (UMB), Ås, May 29 – 31, 2013.
        47. Mbeyale, G.E.; Kimaro, D.N.; John, R.; Pima, E.N. and Kajembe, G.C. (2013). The effect of Beekeeping on Vegetation Restoration and Conservation of Degraded Water Sources and River Banks in West Usambara Mountains, Tanzania. Paper presented at the Joint African Soil Society (ASSS) and Soil Science Society of East Africa (SSSEA) conference held on October 21 – 25, 2013, Nakuru, Kenya.
        48. Kimaro, D.N.; Sinyangwe, J.; Mbeyale, G.E.; Kajembe, G.C. and Mogaka, H. (2013). Stakeholders’ Diverging Interests and Emerging Resource Use Conflicts in Apiculture in West Usambara Mountains, Tanzania. Paper Presented at the Joint African Soil Society (ASSS) and Soil Science Sociaty of East Africa |(SSSEA) conference held on October 21 – 25,  2013, Nakuru, Kenya.

 

RESEARCH PROJECTS
1.    Financial Evaluation of Kibaha Fuelwood Pilot Project; Research carried out as a requirement for partial fulfillment for B.Sc. Degree in Forestry of Sokoine University of Agriculture, (1985).Sponsored by Tanzania Government.
2.    Assessment of Resource use in Moss Commune; Agricultural University of Norway (1987). Sponsored by Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (NORAD).
3.    Socio-economic constraints in designing and implementing village forestry programme in Tanzania: a case study of Morogoro District; Research carried out as a requirement for Master of Science Degree in Management of Natural Resources and Sustainable Agriculture of the Agricultural University of Norway, (1986 – 1988). Sponsored by Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (NORAD).

  1. Indigenous management systems as a basis for community forestry in Tanzania: A case study of Dodoma Urban and Lushoto districts. Research carried out as a requirement for PhD Degree in Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, (Social Forestry) of Wageningen Agricultural University, The Netherlands (1991 – 1994). Sponsored by Wageningen Agricultural University Sandwitch Fellowship Programme and Osborn Forestry Policy Grants Programme, World Wildlife Fund, Washington, DC.
  2. Impact of some macro-economic policies and other interventions on household livelihood strategies in the miombo woodlands (1996 – 1997). Sponsored by the Centre for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) Bogor, Indonesia.
  3. Socio-economic impact of local coastal communities in mangrove resources. Funded by SUA-NORAD Frame Agreement; (1996 – 1998).
  4. Institutional impacts on forest resources in Tanzania – Part of International Forestry Resources and Institutions (IFRI) Research Programme (1998 – 2006). Funded by FORD FOUNDATION.
  5. Management of Miombo Woodlands (1998-2002) Funded by European Union.
  6. Microenvironments Research. Funded by SUA-NORAD Frame Agreement (1997 – 2001).
  7. Potentials of Non-wood Forest Products for Household Food Security in Tanzania: The Role of Gender – Based Local Knowledge. Funded by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) (November 1999 – September 2000).
  8. Sustainable Water Use in Masenge and Ikowa Catchments in Morogoro and Dodoma Regions, Tanzania. Funded by Water Research Fund for Southern Africa (2002 - 2006).
  9. Resource Use Conflicts in Pangani River Basin, Tanzania. Funded by NCCRN-S Programme under IPG Project component. (April 2005 – May 2006).
  10. The Role of Wild Foods in Household Food Security in Lushoto District, Tanzania. Funded by African Institute for Capacity Development (AICAD) (April 2005 – June 2007).
  11. The Role of Gender and Indigenous Knowledge in Developing Coping Strategies Against Deforestation in Uluguru Mountains. Funded by Gender Dimension Programme, University of Dar es Salaam (June 2005 – May 2006).
  12. Assessing the Impact of Changing Forest Access on Rural Livelihoods and Forest Resources in Tanzania. Funded by Daniel Barton DeLoach Fund, University of California at Davis, USA. (June 2005 – May 2006)
  13. Assessment of the Contribution of small holder forestry to livelihood, poverty alleviation and environmental conservation in the Southern highlands of Tanzania. Funded by REPOA (2005 – 2007).
  14. Applied Research in Participatory Forest Management (PFM): Assessing under which conditions PFM contributes to the goals of poverty reduction, sustainable forest management and improved local governance. Funded by DANIDA (2007 – 2011).
  15. Valuing the Arc: Linking science with stakeholders to sustain natural capital. Funded by Leverhulme Trust Fund, UK. (2007 – 2011).
  16. Participatory Forest Management for Rural Livelihoods, Forest Conservation and Good Governance in Tanzania. Funded By Enhancement of Research Capacity in Developing countries (ENRECA) Programme (2007 – 2012).
  17. Assessing the Impact of Forestland Tenure Changes on Forest Resources and Rural Livelihoods in Tanzania. Funded by Tanzania – Norway NUFU Programme (2007 – 2011).
  18. The Role of Institutions on Forest Resource and Livelihood Management in East African Forest Landscapes. Funded by VW Foundation (August 2008 – October 2011).
  19. Poverty and Sustainable Development Impacts of REDD Architecture: Options for Equity, Growth and the Environment. Funded by NORAD under the Climate and Forest Initiative 2010 – Civil Society support (2009 – 2013).
  20. Partnership for International Research and Education (PIRE) Project Entitled “Land Use, Ecosystem Services and Human Wellbeing: Responses to Millennium Village Interventions”. Funded by National Science Foundation (NSF), U.S.A. (2011 – 2014).
  21. REDD Architecture in Tanzania: Assessment of REDD Institutional Arrangements on Livelihoods and Sustainable Development. Funded by NORAD (2011 – 2015).
  22. Institutional Evolutions and Macro and Micro – Levels in the Management of Water Catchments and their Influences on Local Community Livelihoods under Climate Change Scenario in Tanzania. Funded by NORAD (2011 – 2013).
  23. Building Stronger Universities in Developing Countries: The Platform on Environment and Climate Change. Funded by DANIDA (2011 – 2014).
  24. REDD and Gender in Tanzania: Issues and Lessons for Addressing Drivers of Deforestation and Forest Degradation Funded by The International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) September 2012 – February 2013.
  25. Land: Man and forests - an evaluation of Management Strategies for reduced deforestation and forest degradation (Researcher Project – MILJΦ2015): 2014 – 2016.
  26. Understanding the Driver-Commodities Gender Nexus in Tanzania. Funded by The International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED). August 2014 – March 2015.
  27. Woody Invasive Alien Species in East Africa: Assessing and Mitigating their Negative Impacts on Ecosystem Services and Rural Livelihoods. Funded by Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation and Swiss National Science Foundation. September 2014 – August 2020.

CONSULTANCIES

        1. Developed Training Programme for the Shinyanga Soil Conservation and Afforestation Programme (SHISCAP). Sponsored by Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (NORAD) (1991).
        2. Developed Communication and Extension Programme for East Usambara Catchment Forest Project. Sponsored by Finnish International Development Agency (FINNIDA), (1993).
        3. Planned and Conducted a Workshop on Participatory Approaches. Sponsored by CARE International (1994).
        4. Planned and coordinated a workshop on forests and people interactions under UNO/RAF/006/GEF – Institutional Support for the Protection of East African Biodersity. Sponsored by Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) (1995).
        5. Carried a study on Socio-economic aspects of tree farming in Njombe District, Iringa. Sponsored by Danish Development Agency (DANIDA); (1996).
        6. Carried a study on Community Based Forest Management in Makete district, Tanzania. Sponsored by Danish International Development Agency (DANIDA); (1997).
        7. Carried a baseline study for the Magu District Vi Agroforestry Project carried out under Agrisystems (Eastern Africa) Ltd. Nairobi, Kenya and sponsored by Vi Foundation, Stockholm, Sweden; (1998).
        8. Evaluation of Forestry Extension Services under Tanzania Forest Resources Management Project (FRMP). Sponsored by The World Bank –IDA CR No. 2335 – TA (1999).
        9. Evaluation of Community Based Forest Management Approach in Babati District: A Case of Duru-Haitemba Village Land Forest Reserve. The study was conducted under Orgut Consulting AB and Sponsored by the Swedish International Development Agency (SIDA) (1999).
        10. Appraisal of the Joint Forest Management Initiative in Urumwa Forest Reserve, Tabora, Tanzania. The work was sponsored by the Finnish Academy of sciences through a project on “Popular Participation in the Management of local Natural Resources: the Role of Endogenous institutions in Tanzania, Zimbabwe and Mozambique” (1999).
        11. Carried a study on "Participatory Local-Level Consultative Process". Funded by FINNIDA through a support to National Forest Programme (NFP) Formulation in Tanzania (2000).
        12. Carried a study on the Role of Indigenous and Local Knowledge and Practices in the Management of Natural Resources in Miombo Woodlands. Funded by Danish International Development Agency (DANIDA) through a Project on Participatory Management of Natural Resources in the Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism (PMNR) (2001).
        13. Developed a status Paper for the Second International Workshop on Participatory Forestry in Africa. Funded by Deutsche Gessellschaft För Technische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ) (2002).
        14. Designed an Integrated Conservation and Development Project for Kasulu District, Kigoma Region. Funded by CARE-Tanzania (2002).
        15. Developed a Profile for the Eastern Arc Site to the East Africa, ICD Learning Portfolio. Funded by CARE-Denmark (2002).
        16. Participatory Forest Management in Tanzania: District Baseline Studies. Funded by DANIDA/World Bank (2003).
        17. Participatory Evaluation for the Ugalla Community Conservation Project, Tabora, Tanzania Funded by USAID through Africare (2003).
        18. Assessment of Lake Tanganyika Catchment Reforestation and Education Project (TACARE), Kigoma, Tanzania. Funded by The Jane Goodall Institute (JGI) (2004).
        19. Carried a study on the Best Methods for Dissemination of Agroforestry Interventions at the Competence Development Centre (CDC), Shinyanga region and Ruvu Fuelwood Project, coast region Funded by NORAD through Tanzania Forestry Research Institute (TAFORI) (2004).
        20. Impact Assessment of Ruvu Agroforestry/Joint Forest Management Approach on Forest Resources and Household Livelihood Funded by NORAD through (TAFORI) (2004).
        21. Carried a Study on Benefit and Cost Sharing Mechanisms for Collaborative Natural Resources Management. Funded by NORAD Through the Management of Natural Resources Programme (MNRP), Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism (2005).
        22. Carried a study on Resource Use Conflicts in Western Serengeti. Funded by NORAD through the Management of Natural Resources Programme (MNRP), Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism (2005).
        23. Final Evaluation of the Management of Natural Resources Programme (MNRT –TAN 092). Funded by NORAD (2006).
        24. Participatory External Evaluation of Eastern and Southern Africa Partnership Programme (ESAPP). Funded by Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) (2006).
        25. Development of Sustainable Forest Use Strategies for the Eastern Arc Mountains Project. Funded by GEF – UNDP: URT 00015426 (2006).
        26. Development of a New Programme for Natural Resources Management. Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism. Funded by NORAD (2007).
        27. Mid-Term Review of the Project on Improving Natural Resources use on the Eastern side of Udzungwa Mountains National Park, Tanzania. Funded by Norwegian Development Agency (NORAD) and the World Wide Fund for Nature – Norway (WWF – Norway) (2007).
        28. Development and Implementation of Action Oriented Elaborative Wetlands Communication and Public Awareness (CEPA) Strategy. Funded by DANIDA through the Wildlife Division, Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism (2007/08/09/2010).
        29. Integration of Natural Resource Management into Local Government Decision Making in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda. Funded by the World Bank through Orgut AB (2008/2009).
        30. Assignment to Review Community Conservation and Development Project Proposals for Financial Year 2008/2009. Funded by Eastern Arc Mountains Conservation Endowment Fund (EAMCEF) (2008).
        31. Mid-Term Evaluation of Ugalla Community Landscape Conservation Tanzania. Funded by USAID through Africare (2008).
        32. Mid-Term Review of Eastern Selous Community Wildlife and Natural Resources Management Project. Navision code: TAN 0301001 DGCD Code: 19843/25 Funded by Directorate General for Development Cooperation (DGDC) through Belgian Technical Cooperation (BTC) (2009).
        33. Assignment to Review Proposals for Community Based Conservation and Development Project for the Financial Year 2009/10. Funded by Eastern Arc Mountains Endowment Fund (EAMCEF) (2009).
        34. Final Evaluation of the Landscape Scale Community Centered Ecosystem Conservation in Western Tanzania, Kigoma District. Funded by USAID through Jane Goodall Institute, Tanzania (2010).
        35. Preparation of a Project Proposal on Request for Financial Assistance for the Eastern Arc Mountains Conservation Endowment Fund (EAMCEP), submitted to the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Dar es Salaam (2010).
        36. Forest Partnership and Benefit Sharing Arrangements in Nicaragua, Bolvia, Uganda and Tanzania: Case Studies. Funded by The World Bank (2010 - 2011).
        37. Capacity Needs Assessment of Government Institutions for the Establishment and Management of a REDD+ scheme in Tanzania. Funded by UNDP through LTS International; March – August, 2012.
        38. Economic valuation of Losses from Non-Compliance with Forest Law Enforcement, Governance and Trade (FLEGT) between East African Partner States and other countries/Regions. Funded by Lake Victoria Basin Commission (LVBC) through the Kenya Forest Research Institute (KEFRI); March – May, 2012.
        39. Institutionalizing REDD+ Safeguards and Trainings in Masito-Ugalla Ecosystem, Kigoma, Tanzania. Funded by the Jane Goodall Institute (JGI) March – April, 2013.
        40. Conducted Training and Empowerment of Key Stakeholders in Masito-Ugalla Ecosystem, Kigoma, Tanzania. Funded by the Jane Goodall Institute (JGI) May 2013.
        41. External Evaluation on Governance of Natural Resources Community Management Project, Inyonga, Katavi Region. Funded by ADAP, Geneva, Switzerland July 2013.
        42. Reviewing and Editing the Draft National REDD+ Social and Environmental Safeguards and Standards Document. Funded by NORAD through the REDD+ Secretariat, University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania (2013).
        43. National Forest Programme Review and Revision. Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism. Funded by FAO-Fin (October 2013 – May 2014).
        44. Conducted Training on Mainstreaming Sustainable Forest Management in Miombo Woodlands of Western Tanzania. Funded by UNDP and GEF Through Tabora Regional Administrative Secretary; June 2014.
        45. External Evaluation on Community Based Natural Resources Management Project, Inyonga, Mlele District Tanzania. Funded by the Association for the Development of Protected Area (ADAP), Geneva, Switzerland; July 2014.

SUPERVISION OF STUDENTS’ RESEARCH PROJECTS

Degree Programme

Number of students supervised

Undergraduate programmes

90

Masters’ programmes

47

PhD programme

20