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PERSONAL INFORMATION
Sex                                          Male
Date of birth                           19/12/1961
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.: +255 688 213 333 /768 213 333
Email: eluoga@gmail.com
Or
Mbeya University of Science and Technology,
P.O.Box 131, Mbeya, Tanzania.
Telephone        Office+255252503451 .Mobile +255 688 213 333 /768 213 333
Email:  dcvpfamust@gmail.com, eluoga@gmail.com, dvcpfamust@mist.ac.tz

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS
Diploma in Forestry (Distinction), Forestry Training Institute Arusha–Tanzania, 1985
B.Sc. Forestry (Hons), SUA, Tanzania, 1990
M.Sc (Management of Natural Resources and Sustainable Agric.), Agricultural University of
Norway–Norway, 1994
Ph.D University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg South Africa, 2001

AREA OF SPECIALIZATION
Involved in teaching, research, extension and consultancy services in Forest Management and Planning, Collaborative Resource Management, Research Methodologies, Ethno-Science

WORK EXPERIENCE
July 2014– to-date:                          Professor
Dec.1990–June 1993:                      Tutorial Assistant
July 2005– June 2014:                     Associate Professor
July 2002– June 2005:                     Senior Lecturer
July 1996–June 2002:                      Lecturer
July 1993–June 1996:                      Assistant Lecturer

CURRENT WORKING POSITION
February 2014 to date:         Deputy Vice Chancellor, Planning, Finance and Administration Mbeya University of Science and Technology

 

PUBLICATIONS

Chapters in Books

  1. Banana A., Buyinza M, Luoga, E. and Ongugo, P. 2010 Emerging Local Economic and Social Dynamics Shaping East African Forest Landscapes. In: Mery, G., Katila, P., Alfaro, R, Kanninen, M.,  Labovikov, M and  Varjo, J. (eds.): Forests and Society- Responding to Global Drivers of Change. IUFRO World Series Vol 25, Vienna. pp315-335.
  2. Malimbwi, R., Chidumayo, E., Zahabu, E. Kingazi, S., Misana, S., Luoga, E.J., and Nduwamungu, J.N. 2010. Woodfuel. In:Chidumayo, E.N., and Gumbo,D.J. (eds). The Dry Forests and Woodlands of Africa: Managing for products and services. Earthscan Forest Library, London. Pp 155-177
  3. Mndeme, A.H., Nzunda, E.F. and Luoga, E.J. 2012. Effect of land use planning on forest conservation in Kilosa District, Tanzania. In Cruz, A.C.B. and Correa, R.E.G. (eds.), “Forest Management: Technology, Practices and Impact” Nova Publishers. ISBN: 978-1-62081-359-1 https://www.novapublishers.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=29871
  4. Abwoli Y Banana, Paul, O. Ongugo, William S. Gombya, Tadesse W. Gole, Feyera, Sembata, Justine Namaalwa, Emmanuel J. Luoga, Joseph Bahati, Lawrence A. Mbwambo, Valerie Graw and Franz W. Gatzweiler 2013. Forest Governance Reforms in Eastern Africa: A comparative analysis of Institutions, Livelihood and Forest Sustainability Outcomes.. In Franz W.Gatzweiler.(Ed)  Institutional and Livelihood Changes in East African Forest Landscapes: Decentralization and Institutional Change for Sustainable Forest Management in Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania and Ethiopia.  Chapter 1 Pp 17-48.. ISBN 978-3-63462 (Print), E- ISBN 978-3-653-03494-3 (E-book)
  5. Emmanuel J. Luoga and George C. Kajembe 2013.  The role of institutions for sustainable livelihood in Eastern Africa Landscapes. Experience from Tanzania. In Franz W.Gatzweiler.(Ed)  Institutional and Livelihood Changes in East African Forest Landscapes: Decentralization and Institutional Change for Sustainable Forest Management in Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania and Ethiopia.  Chapter 2 Pp 49-64. ISBN 978-3-63462 (Print), E- ISBN 978-3-653-03494-3 (E-book)
  6. Emmanuel J. Luoga, Paul Ongugo, George C. Kajembe, Dos-Santos A Silayo and Njabha Lyatura 2013 Linking Mount Kilimanjaro forest resources to institutional, socio-political and physical factors: A cross-border comparative analysis. In Franz W.Gatzweiler.(Ed)  Institutional and Livelihood Changes in East African Forest Landscapes: Decentralization and Institutional Change for Sustainable Forest Management in Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania and Ethiopia.  Chapter 14 Pp 253-284.. ISBN 978-3-63462 (Print), E- ISBN 978-3-653-03494-3 (E-book)

Papers in journals

  1. Luoga, E.J., Chamshama, S.A.O. and Iddi,.S. 1994. Survival, Growth, Yield and Wood Quality of Cupressus lusitanica, Cupressus lindleyi and Cupressus benthamii Species and Provenance Trials at Hambalawei, Lushoto, Tanzania. Silvae genetica 43:190195.
  2. Malimbwi, R.E., Solberg, B.  and Luoga, E.J. 1995. Estimation of Biomass and Volume in Miombo Woodland at Kitulanghalo, Tanzania. Journal of Tropical Forest Science 7: 230-242.
  3. Luoga. E.J., Hoen, H.F. and Munishi, P.K. 1996. Prospects of Private forest plantations in Tanzania. A case of Tanganyika wattle company (TANWAT), Njombe. In Chamshama S.A.O, and S. Iddi (Eds). Management of Forest Plantations in Tanzania. Faculty of Forestry Record 63:140–148.
  4. Munishi, P.K.T., Lulandala, L.L.L., Chamshama,  S.A.O. and Luoga E.J. 1996. Natural regeneration of Pinus patula stands: potential for plantation establishment at Kiwira, Southern highlands of Tanzania. In Chamshama S.A.O, and S. Iddi (Eds). Management of Forest Plantations in Tanzania. Faculty of Forestry Record 63:34–49.
  5. Luoga, E.J., Witkowski  E.T.F. and Balkwill, K. 2000.  Differential utilization and ethnobotany of trees in Kitulanghalo forest reserve and surrounding communal lands, eastern Tanzania. Economic Botany 54:328–343.
  6. Luoga, E.J., Witkowski  E.T.F. and Balkwill, K. 2000.  Subsistence use of wood products and shifting cultivation within a miombo woodland of eastern Tanzania, with some notes on commercial uses. South African Journal of Botany 66: 72–85.
  7. Luoga, E.J., Witkowski  E.T.F. and Balkwill, K. 2000. Economics of charcoal production in miombo woodlands of eastern Tanzania: some hidden costs associated with commercialization of the resources. Ecological Economics 35: 243–257.
  8. Malimbwi, R.E., Luoga,  E.J., Hofstad, O., Mugasha, A.G. and Valen, J.S. 2000. Prevalence and standing volume of Dalbergia melanoxylon in coastal and inland sites of southern Tanzania. Journal of Tropical Forest Science 12: 336–347.
  9. Kajembe, G.C., Malimbwi, R.E., Luoga, E.J. and Kisondela, A.A.  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.
  10. Maximillian, J. R., Luoga, E.J., O’Kting’ati, A. and Monela, G.C. 2001. Value of medicinal plants and role in primary health care of local communities: A case of Kongowe ward, Kibaha District, Tanzania. Tanzania Journal of Forestry and Nature Conservation, 74: 117–133.
  11. Luoga, E.J., Witkowski  E.T.F. and Balkwill, K. 2002. Harvested and standing wood stocks in protected and communal miombo woodlands of eastern Tanzania. Forest Ecology & Management,164: 15–30.
  12. Kajembe, G.C., Luoga, E.J., Kijazi, M. and Mwaipopo,C. 2003 The role of traditional institutions in the conservation of forests in East Usambara, Tanzania. The international Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology 10: 101–107
  13. Luoga, E.J., Witkowski E.T.F. and Balkwill, K. 2004 Regeneration by coppicing (resprouting) of miombo (African savanna) trees in relation to land-use  Forest Ecology & Management 189: 23–35
  14. 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 75:99 –107
  15. Msuya, T.S., Kidegesho, J. R., and Luoga, E.J. 2004. Consumption of wild fruits in Uluguru North and Ruvu North Forest Reserves, Tanzania Tanzania Journal of Forestry and Nature Conservation 75:65 – 73
  16. Kajembe, G.C., Malimbwi, R.E, Luoga E.J., 2004 Nduwamungu, J., and Njana, R.J The Impact of Human Utilization on Catchment Forest Resources: A case Study of North Mamiwa- Kisara Catchment Forest Reserve, Kilosa District, Tanzania. Tanzania Association of Foresters (TAF) Journal  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 Structure of Jasini Mkwajuni Mangrove Forest, Pangani, Tanzania. Tanzania Association of Foresters (TAF) Journal 10: 42–48
  18. Kusiluka, L.J. M., Mlozi, M.R.S., Munishi, P.K.T., Karimuribo, E.D., Luoga, E.J., Mdegela, R.H and Kambarage, D.M. 2004. Preliminary observation on accessibility and utilisation of water in selected villages in Dodoma Rural and Bagamoyo Districts, Tanzania.  Physics and Chemistry of the Earth 29: 1275–1280.
  19. Luoga, E.J., Witkowski E.T.F. and Balkwill, K. 2005. Land use and Land cover changes in relation to institutional framework and tenure of land and resources in eastern Tanzania miombo woodlands. Environment, Development and Sustainability 7:71–93
  20. Luoga, E.J., Kajembe, G.C., Shemweta, D.T.K., Zahabu, E. Mwaipopo, C.S. and Kweka D.L. 2005. Asseement of Tree Stocking and Diversity for Joint Forest Management (JFM) in Nkweshoo Village Forest Management Area, Kilimanjaro, Tanzania. Forests, Trees and Livelihood  15:259 –273.
  21. Paul, W., Madoffe,S.S. and Luoga E.J. 2006. Indigenous Uses and Use Values in Uluguru mountains, Morogoro, Tanzania. Journal of East African natural History 95:235-240
  22. Paul, W. Madoffe, S.S. Kajembe, G.C. Luoga, E.J., Nduwamungu, J. Ngowi.S. and Katani, J.Z. 2007. Extent and constraints of local peoples involvement in Conservation in Uluguru Mountains, Morogoro, Tanzania. Journal of Tanzania Association of Foresters 11:55-86             
  23. Larika, M.C.S., Kajembe, G.C and Luoga , E.J. 2008. Socioeconomic incentives and Biodiversity Conservation in General Lands: Experience from Uluguru Mountains, Morogoro, Tanzania. Journal of Korean Association of African Studies 22:  99-128.
  24. Chingonikaya, E.E., Munishi, P.K.T. and Luoga, E.J., 2008. Community Based Forest Management in Tanzania: Does this change Rural Livelihoods? Journal of the Korean Association of African Studies 27: 269 – 294
  25. Chingonikaya, E.E. Munishi P.K.T & Luoga, E.J. 2008. Consumption of Forest Products in Small Holder Households at Village Forest Reserves in Tanzania: A Case Study of Mgori Forest Reserve in Singida District. Tanzania Journal of Development Studies. 8:79-94.
  26. Luoga E.J., D.A. Silayo, J.M.Abdallah, R.S. Shemdoe 2009 Tree species diversity under pastoral and farming systems in Kilosa District, Tanzania. Tanzania Journal of Forestry and Nature Conservation 79: 60-71
  27. Chingonikaya, E.E. Munishi P.K.T., Luoga, E.J. and Kamile I.B.M. 2010. Governance Arrangements in a Participatory Forest Management Model: A Case of Mgori Forest Reserve in Singida District. Local Government Development Journal 2:58-77
  28. Mpanda, M.M., Luoga, E.J., Kajembe, G.C., and Eid, T. 2011. Impact of Forestland tenure changes on forest cover, stocking and Tree species diversity in Amani Nature Reserve, Tanzania. Forests Trees and Livelihood 20: 215 – 230
  29. Mbwambo, L.,  T. Eid, R. E. Malimbwi, E. Zahabu, G. C. Kajembe & E. J. Luoga,  2012. Impact of decentralised forest management on forest resource conditions in Tanzania Forests, Trees and Livelihoods 21:97-113
  30. Mbwambo, L.,  Kashaigili, J.J., T. Eid, R. E. Malimbwi, E. Zahabu, G. C. Kajembe & E. J. Luoga, and Kayeye, H.  2012. Impact of decentralised forest management on forest cover changes in north eastern Tanzania. Tanzania Journal of Forestry and Nature Conservation 82:50-67
  31. Sangeda, A.Z., Abdallah,J.M., Kajembe. G.S.,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 82:36-49
  32. 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 conditions in Uluguru Mountains, Tanzania. Tanzania Journal of Forestry and Nature conservation 82:36-49

Proceedings

  1. Malende, Y.M.B. and Luoga, E.J. 1991. The Role of Remote Sensing Techniques under Tanzanian conditions. In Temu A.B. and R.E. Malimbwi (Eds). Proceedings of The Multi–product Inventory of Tropical Mixed Forests, IUFRO: August 5-9 1991, Arusha Tanzania. pp 79–92.
  2. Luoga, E.J. 1995. Indigenous Knowledge and Sustainable Management of Forest Resources in Tanzania. In: Malimbwi R.E. and E.J.Luoga 1995 (Eds). Proceedings of International Workshop on "Information acquisition for sustainable management of natural forest resources of east central and southern Africa. Arusha, Tanzania 31st October to 4th November 1994. Faculty of Forestry, Sokoine University of Agriculture, Morogoro. pp 139–151.
  3. Luoga, E.J., Witkowski E.T.F. and Balkwill, K. 2000. Economics and Sustainability of Commercial Production of wood fuel in miombo woodlands of eastern Tanzania. In Seydack, A.H.W., Vermeulen, W.J., and Vermeulen, C. (Eds) Proceedings, Natural Forests and Savanna woodlands Symposium II, Knysina, South Africa, 5th to 9th September 1999. pp 158–162
  4. Romero, C., Dovie, D., Gambiza, J. Luoga, E., Schmitt,S. and Grundy, I. 2001. Effects of commercial bark harvesting on Adansonia Digitata (Baobab) in the Save Odzi-Valley, Zimbabwe with consideration for its management.  Institute of Environmental Sciences (IES) Working Paper.18: 28–51
  5. 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
  6. 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
  7. 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
  8. 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
  9. 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.  Paper presented to International Association for Survival of Common Property (IASCP) Biennial Global Conference:  Mounting Challenges & New Realities. Bali, Indonesia 19 -  23rd June, 2006. http://dlc.dlib.indiana.edu/archive/00001956/.
  10. Luoga, E.J., Ongugo, P.O., Kajembe, G.C., Shemwetta, D.T.K., Silayo, D.A., Sigu, G. and Njuguna, J.W. 2006 Linking Mount Kilimanjaro forest resources to institutional, socio-political and physical factors: A cross-border comparative analysis. Tanzania IFRI Collaboration Research Centre (CRC-TZ) Policy Paper, Morogoro, Tanzania
  11. Abdallah, J.M., Ngeti, M.S., Silayo, D.A., Mombo, F., Shemdoe, R.M.,  Luoga, E.J., Lyimo,C. and Benjaminsen T.A. 2007. Situation Analysis of Livelihoods under Pastoral –Farming Communities in Kilosa In Kinabo L.D.B., and Abeli W.S. (Eds) 2007. Transforming Liivelihoods of smallscale farmers: Contribution of Agricultural and Natural Resources Research. Proceeding if the First Annual PANTIL Research Workshop, 25th – 27th September, 2006, Morogoro. Pp 64-73
  12. Mombo, F., Silayo, D.A., Abdallah, J.M., Ngeti, M.S., Shemdoe, R.M.,  Luoga, E.J., Lyimo,C. and Benjaminsen T.A. 2007. The role of Resource on Farmers- Pastoralist Conflicts in Kilosa District, Tanzania.  In Kinabo L.D.B., and Abeli W.S. (Eds)  2007. Transforming Liivelihoods of smallscale farmers: Contribution of Agricultural and Natural Resources Research. Proceeding if the First Annual PANTIL Research Workshop, 25th – 27th September, 2006, Morogoro. Pp 74-81
  13. Luoga, E.J., A.E. Billie, G.C. Kajembe, A. Songorwa, J.R. Kideghesho 2007 Natural Resources Use Conflicts and Their Socio-economic and Ecological Implications in Mara River Basin, Tanzania.  Paper Presented in Population Reference Bureau (PRB) international conference Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. 13th – 16th November 2007 
  14. Abdallah, J.M., Silayo, D.A., Mombo, F., Luoga, E.J., Lyimo,C. Shemdoe, R.M.,  and Munishi, B. 2008. Capacity of local communities in Managing Resource Conflicts in Kilosa District, Tanzania. In Batamuzi, E.K., Gimbi, D.M., and Kurwijira L.R. (Eds) 2008. Food and Energy Crises: Contribution and Challenges for Agricultural and Climate change Research. Proceeding if the Third Annual PANTIL Research Workshop, 7th – 9th October, 2008, Dodoma. Pp 96-105

RESEARCH PROJECTS

  1. Water Availability and Access in reducing farmers-pastoralists conflicts for sustainable livestock production in Kilosa District. PANTIL Ongoing Project No 022, SUA, Morogoro (June 2007 – July 2010) Funded by Royal Norwegian Government.
  2. Impact of Fire on the soil in relation to regeneration of miombo and savanna woodlands of semi-arid and dryland ecosystem of Tanzania and Ethiopia. (July 2007 – 2010). Funded by the African Forest Research Network (AFORNET).
  3. Assessing the impact of forestland tenure changes of forest resources and rural livelihoods in Tanzania Ongoing (2007- 2012) Project with  ID : NUFUTZ-2007/10226 Funded by the Norwegian Government through Norwegian University of Life Science
  4. Interaction between land use, land management practices, socio-economic aspects and land degradation in Lake Victoria Basin. Ongoing (2007- Ongoing)Collaborative Victoria Research (VICRES) project funded by SIDA
  5. Joint Review of Participatory Forest Management (PFM) Programme in Tanzania, (September to October 2008. Funded by DANIDA, FINIDA, WB and  FBD 
  6. Research Project on “Biofuel Development, Local Resources Rights and Governance in Africa and Asia”. ( November 2009 – July 2012 ) In collaboration with CIFOR Bogor, Indonesia. Funded by CAPRi.
  7. Research Project on Enhancing the Measuring, Reporting and Verification (MRV) of forests in Tanzania through the application of Advanced Remote Sensing Techniques. (May 2011- April 2014). In Collaboration with 6 Norwegian Institutes, and University of Dar es Salaam (IRA). Funded by the Royal Government of Norway.

CONSULTANCIES

  1. External Evaluation of the WWF Lowland Coastal Forest Conservation Project (Sept – October 1995).  Funded by WWF Country Office, Dar- es-Salaam.
  2. Socio-economic aspects of Tree farming in Njombe District, Iringa Region, Tanzania. (October– December 1995) Funded by HIMA/DANIDA.
  3. Evaluation of Policy on Tree seedling Production and Village Land Afforestation in TFAP North Pare Project (July 1996). Funded by TFAP/GTZ.
  4. Reconnaissance Inventory of Timber, Biological Survey and Zonation of the South Kilimanjaro catchment Forest. (August – November 2001). Funded by Forest and Beekeeping Division, Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism. Tanzania.
  5. Biological Survey of Nanganje and Kimboza Catchment Forest Reserves (February-April 2000). Funded by Forest and Beekeeping Division, Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism, Tanzania
  6. Preparation of Capacity Building Plan in the Districts that Management of Natural Resources Programme (MNRP) operates in Tanzania. (November- December 2003) Funded by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism, Tanzania.
  7. Socio-economic survey and baseline studies in Ruvu fuelwood pilot project (RFPP) & HASHI/ICRAF agroforestry project (May-July 2004). Funded by NORAD and the Tanzania Forestry Research Institute (TAFORI).
  8. Best management practices of the rotational woodlots and ngitili (fodder reserve) systems in Shinyanga and Tabora regions, Tanzania (July-September 2004). Funded by NORAD and the Tanzania Forestry Research Institute (TAFORI).
  9. Local Livelihoods and Life Support Contributions of Dry Forests and Trees: A case of Kimani Forest Reserve and Kimani River in Great Ruaha Sub-basin, Tanzania (April-October 2004). Funded by CIFOR/SIDA.
  10. Updating Forest Management Plan for SUA Training Forest (MNRT/SUA) in Arusha Tanzania (Jan – May 2006) Funded by Sokoine University of Agriculture and Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism (MNRT)
  11. Preparation of a Monitoring and Evaluation (M & E) system for the Tanzania Forest Conservation and Management Project (TFCMP) of Forestry and Beekeeping Division (FBD) of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism (MNRT) (June-August 2006) Funded by World Bank (WB).
  12. Preparation of a Monitoring and Evaluation (M & E) system for the Ministry of Livestock Development and Fisheries (MLDF). (July 2008 –December 2008) Funded by MLDF through ASDP basket funding.
  13. Review of the Hunting Industry in Tanzania (July to December 2008) Funded by Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism (MNRT) through the Wildlife Fund.
  14. Training Community Based Organizations (CBO) Members On Sustainable Forest Management Practices. Building REDD Readiness In the Masito Ugalla Ecosystem Pilot Area In Support of Tanzania’s National REDD Strategy (16-22 September 2010).  Jane Goodall Institute, Kigoma Tanzania
  15. Training Community Based Organizations (CBO) Members On Sustainable Forest Management Practices. Building REDD Readiness In the Masito Ecosystem Area In Support of Tanzania’s National REDD Strategy (21st -23rd September 2011).  Jane Goodall Institute, Kigoma Tanzania
  16. Collection and synthesis of REDD (Reduced Emissions from Forest Degradation and Deforestation) related literature and Land Use information in Tanzania. Responsible for data collection, analysis, Monitoring and Project Administration (July 2011 – June 2012) Funded by FAO Tanzania
  17. Developing National Communication Strategy on Environmental Sustainability, Growth and Poverty Reduction. Responsible for: Data collection, Preparation of Inception report and Preparation of the Communication Strategy (March 2013 – June 2014) Funded by UNDP and Coordinated by Director of Environment, Vice President’s Office.

SUPERVISION OF STUDENTS’ RESEARCH PROJECTS


Degree Programme

Number of students supervised

Undergraduate programmes

50

Masters’ programmes

35

PhD programme

7