Mathew Ladslaus Sengelela

  Assistant Lecturer

  DepartmentTourism and Recreation

  P.O. Box: 3167

  Phone: +255 688603037

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Biography:

Mathew is an assistant lecture in the Department of Wildlife Management with over seven years of experience in the fields of tourism and wildlife management. Mr. Mathew worked with the Ministry of Natural Resource and Tourism as a Tourism Officer with main responsibilities of advising and licensing tourism businesses of Tanzania between 2008 and 2010.  He has excellent capacity to carry out research and consultancy work on issues related to political ecology and governance and management of wildlife - tourism resources, tourisms’ natural resources planning and use, human dimensions of tourism and conservation, tourism businesses management and tourism influences on people, environment and development. Mr. Mathew carries out teaching, supervision of research work for undergraduate students and tourism consultancy. Mr. Mathew holds a Master of Science degree in Leisure, Tourism and Environment from Wageningen University – The Netherlands and a Bachelor of Tourism Management from Makerere University – Kampala, Uganda.

 


  Mathew Ladslaus Sengelela

  Assistant Lecturer

  DepartmentTourism and Recreation

  P.O. Box: 3167

  Phone: +255 688603037

  Email:This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

  Research Area:

 

 

 

 


Biography:

Mathew is an assistant lecture in the Department of Wildlife Management with over seven years of experience in the fields of tourism and wildlife management. Mr. Mathew worked with the Ministry of Natural Resource and Tourism as a Tourism Officer with main responsibilities of advising and licensing tourism businesses of Tanzania between 2008 and 2010.  He has excellent capacity to carry out research and consultancy work on issues related to political ecology and governance and management of wildlife - tourism resources, tourisms’ natural resources planning and use, human dimensions of tourism and conservation, tourism businesses management and tourism influences on people, environment and development. Mr. Mathew carries out teaching, supervision of research work for undergraduate students and tourism consultancy. Mr. Mathew holds a Master of Science degree in Leisure, Tourism and Environment from Wageningen University – The Netherlands and a Bachelor of Tourism Management from Makerere University – Kampala, Uganda.

 


Academic profile

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS:

MSc. Leisure, Tourism, and Environment, Wageningen University, the Netherlands (2013).
Bachelor of Tourism, Makerere University Kampala – Uganda (2007).

 

 

Publications

PUBLICATIONS:

  • Sirima, A. and Ladislaus, M (2012). Unlocking the Opportunities for Displaced Communities: Can Tourism Offset the Conservation Costs? Asia-Pacific Journal of Innovation in Hospitality and Tourism 1 (1), 65-84
  • Ladslaus M (2007). Comparison of the existing and potential tourism attractions and activities between rural and urban areas, case study – South Western Uganda
  • Sengelela M (2013).Perceived costs and benefits of Trans Frontier Conservation Areas: The case of Likuyusekamaganga village in Selous – Niassa Trans Frontier Conservation Area. Wageningen University, the Netherlands.
  • Sengelela M (2013).The impact of tourism hunting on local people livelihoods. The case of Songambele village in Mbarang’andu WMA, Tanzania. Wageningen University, the Netherlands.
  • Ladslaus M (2008). Identification of potentials of cultural tourism initiatives in Lake Zone, Tanzania
  • Ladslaus M (2007). Assessment of passenger handling services at Arusha Airport, Tanzania. Makerere University – Kampala, Uganda

 

Students Supervision

STUDENTS SUPERVISION

 

 

Research&Consultancy

RESEARCH AND CONSULTANCY

  • Co-opted as a lead researcher by Farm Radio International - Arusha for assessing Farmers radio listenership, knowledge on bean production, practice and post-harvest practices in Lushoto and Moshi Rural Districts, June 2015
  • Co – opted by SNEM Consultants as a research assistant on the formulation of a five year (2015 – 2020) Tourism Development Strategy for the Morogoro Municipality, March – April, 2015

Co-opted as a lead researcher by Farm Radio International – Arusha for evaluation of cassava farming in Tanga and Mtwara regions, , 20th – 28th January, 201