Yonika Ngaga

Yonika Mathew Ngaga

Professor

Prof. Yonika M.Ngaga is the Deputy Vice Chancellor (Administration and Finance) of Sokoine University of Agriculture. He holds a Ph.D. (Forest Economics and socio-economics) obtained from  Agricultural University of Norway in 1998.

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Courses and Teaching

Environmental and natural resource economics, forest economics, consumption survey, forecasting, marketing, socio-economics and entrepreneurship in forestry especially establishment and management of small-scale forestry, in funding schemes, incentives, training and service provision, forest management planning and harvesting, tree planting assessment of land issues related to tree plantations, as well as in forest industry and marketing of forestry products; 

SUPERVISION OF STUDENTS FOR MSC & PhD DISSERTATIONS

  1. Mwanahamis Mapolu, 2002. Contribution of Non-wood Forest Products to the Household Food Security: A Case Study of Tabora Rural District, MSc. Dissertation.
  1. Stephano Kingazi, 200 Assessment of Socio-economic and Institutional Factors Influencing the Management of Chome Forest resrve, South Pare Mountains, Tanzania. MSc. Dissertation.
  1. Angelo George N. Kitula, 200 Socio-economic Impact of Mining on the Livelihoods of Local Communities in Geita District, Tanzania. MSc. Dissertation.
  1. Abdallah, M. Jumanne, 2003. The Analysis of Economic and Environmental Impact of tobacco Production on the Miombo Woodlands. A Case of Iringa Region. PhD. Thesis.
  1. Mtuya, G. Anthony, 200 Contribution and Constraints of Indigenous Agroforestry to Household Food Security and Income Generation in Mvomelo District, Tanzania, MSc Dissertation.
  1. Mkamba, G. A. 200 Analysis of Factors affecting Marketing of Honey in Tanzania. MSc Dissertation.
  1. Mongo, C. L. 2006. Economic Analysis of Management of the Half-Mile Forestry Strip Buffer Zone Around Mount Kilimanjaro Catchment Forest Reserve, Tanzania. (Co-Supervision). MSc Dissertation.
  1. Msemwa, S.C. 2007. Economic Analysis of Forests on General Land in Tanzania. A Case Study of Kilosa District, MSc Dissertation.
  1. Mutunda, T. M. 2007. Woodfuel Consumption and Future Demand in Musoma and Nansio Towns, Tanzania. MSc Dissertation.
  1. Chamuya, A.N. 2007. Alternative Pricing Mechanism of Teak Forest Plantation Sawlogs in Tanzania. MSc Dissertation
  1. Kadala, B. G. 2008. Contribution of Bamboo to Household Livelihood in Njombe District, Iringa, Tanzania. (Co-supervision). MSc Dissertation.
  1. Msokwa, J. F. 2008. The Impact of Large Scale Mining Company on Local Communities’ Social Services: A Case of Geita Gold Mines Limited, Mwanza, Tanzania. MSc Dissertation.
     
  2. Nyamoga, G. Z. 2008. The Comarison of Monitoring Costs and Benefits Under Conventional and Community Based Approaches in in Forest Management in Iringa District, Tanzania. MSc Dissertation.
  1. Machumu, R. M. 2008. Present Consumption and Forecasting of Sawnwood in Arusha and Moshi Municipalities, 121 pp. MSc Dissertation.
     
  2. Masota, A. M. 2009. Valuing Water Resources for Baga Watershed Management Using Waper Poverty Index (WPI), Lushoto, Tanzania. MSc Dissertation.
  1. Mndeme, E. N. 2009. Analysis of production Costs and Marketing of Charcoal in Morogoro Rural District and Municipality. MSc Dissertation.
  1. Nshare, J. S. 2009. Contribution of Wetland Cultivation to Household Income and Its Effect on Water quality in the Little Ruaha River, Mufindi District, Tanzania. (Co-supervision). MSc Dissertation.
  1. Senya, F. S. 2009. Contribution of Cooconut Palms to Household Income Generation and Mangrove Conservation in Pangani District, Tanzania. MSc Dissertation.
  1. Singunda, T. W. 2010. Economic Contribution of Private woodlots to the Economy of Mufindi District, Tanzania, MSc. Dissertation.
  1. Kapinga, C. 2010. Analysis of Marketing Chain of Sawnwood from Mufindi District to Dar es Salaam and Arusha Municipality. MSc Dissertation. (Co-supervision).
  1. Mgana, E. J. 2011. Forecasting Consumption and Substitution of Wood Products in the Construction Industry in Dar es Salaam City. MSc Dissertation.
  1. Faraji N. 2012. Opportunity Cost of REDD+ to the Communities of Mufindi District, Tanzania (Co-supervision). MSc Dissertation.
  1. Mrutu, I. Mariam, 2013. Analysis of Transaction Costs for REDD+ Payment Scheme in Kilosa District, Tanzania. MSc Dissertation.
  1. Mgaya, Erick, 2014. Profitability of Growing Trees by Individual Tree Growers in Njombe District, Tanzania. MSc Dissertation.
  1. Mshingwa, J. 2014. Willingness to pay for Domestic Watershed Management by Domestic Water Consumers in Bagamoyo District. MSc Dissertation.
  1. Chrisantus Christina, 2014. Pastoral Market Multipliers'' Effect and Job Creation in Morogoro District, Tanzania. MSc Dissertation.
  1. Muliahela, B. 2014. Potentials and Challenges on Provision of Information on Bottled Mineral Water and Other Beverages for Environmental Management in Kinondoni District. MSc Dissertation.
  1. Bakengesa, S. Siima, 2014. Economic Valuation and Green Accounting of Wetland Resources of the Kilombero Valley, Ramsar Site, Tanzania. PhD Dirrestation.
  1. Juma Kazimoto, 2015. charcoal value chain analysis in uyui district and tabora municipality, Tanzania, Msc dissertation.
     
  2. Rugaimukamu Christian, 2015. Estimating foreign tourist’s willingness to pay for conservation of threatened species in serengeti ecosystem, Tanzania. MSc Dissertation.
  1. Lisu, Mwatabu R. 2016. Effect of Road Transport Modes on Working Time and Air Pollution in Dar es salaam city, Tanzania, Msc dissertation.(On going research)
  1. Moyo, Asia H, 2016. Economic Contribution of Mbomipa and Ngarambe-Tapika Wildlife Management Areas  to local communities’ livelihood. Msc dissertation (on going research) 

 

Research Interest

Economics of natural resources, environment, and socio-economics.

I have been a leader of more than 5 research projects and participant in more than 10 research projects. I have published more than 20 publications.

Research Projects
  1. Jens Friis Lund, Christian Lund, Christian Pilegaard Hansen, Henrik Meilby, Thorsten Treue, Michael Eilenberg, Yonika Mathew Ngaga, Gimbage Ernest Mbeyale, Santosh Rayamajhi, Bir Bahadur Khanal Chhetri and Ridish. K. Pokharel. Science and Power in Participatory Forestry. Funded by Danida, 01/01/2014 - 31/12/2017.
  1. Ngaga, Y. M., A. S. Rwamahe and M. C. S. Lalika. An exploratory research on Orchids for rural livelihoods and forest conservation in Nkasi district, Rukwa region, Tanzania. Funded by REPOA, 2009-2010.
  1. Kessy, J. F., Angelsen, A., Ngaga, Y. M., Lusambo, L. P., Kingazi, S. P., Nyamoga, G. Z., Lalika, M. C. S., Mombo, F. M., Meshack, C. and Lyimo, E. L.. Governance, Incentives and Monitoring in REDD. Research project Under Climate Change, Adaptation and Mitigation (CCIAM) Programme.
  1. Lusambo, L. P., Kessy, J. F. Ngaga, Y. M., Kingazi, S. P., Nyamoga, G. Z., Lalika, M. C. S., Mombo, F. M., Lupala, J. M. and Midtgaard. F. Economic Evaluation of Incremental Biomass under PFM and Its Potential as a management Incentives Under REDD Initiatives in Tanzania. Research project Under Climate Change, Adaptation and Mitigation (CCIAM) Programme.

PUBLICATIONS FOR THE LAST 10 YEARS

1. Ngaga, Y.M. and B. Solberg. 2007. Assessing the Suitability of Partial Equilibrium Modelling in Analyzing the Forest Sector of Developing Countries: Methodological Aspects with Reference to Tanzania. Tanzania Journal of Forestry and Nature Conservation. Vol. 76: 11-27.

2. Kingazi, S.P., Y.M. Ngaga and C.E. Savy, 2007. Joint Forest Management in chome Catchment Forest reserves, Tanzania: The Role of socio-economic, Ecological and Institutional Factors in Determing Sustainable Forest Conservation. Tanzania Journal of Forestry and Nature Conservation. Vol. 76: 1- 10. 

3. Munyanziza, E. and Y.M. Ngaga, 2007. Survey of edible mushrooms of the miombo woodlands through economic incentives in two selected villages, Iringa Tanzania. – (to be published by the Discovery and Innovations Journal Vol. 18(4): 304 -310.

4. Nduwayezu, J.B., S.A.O. Chamshama, A.G. Mugasha, Y.M. Ngaga, E.B. Khonga,  & R.G. Chabo. 2007. Comparisons in seed kernel sizes and early growth of different Moringa oleifera provenances in South East Botswana. Discovery & Innovation Journal 19 (vol 1 & 2): 52-58.

5. Abdallah, J.M, B. Mbilinyi, Y.M. Ngaga and A. OKtingáti, 2007. Impact of flue-cured Virginia on miombo woodland. A case of small –scale fule-cured Virginia production in Iringa region, Tanzania. Discovery & Innovation Journal 19: 92-106.

6. Gausset, Q., J. F. Lund, I. Theilade, I. Nathan, H. Hansen, A. G. Mugasha, Y. M. Ngaga, S. K. Andersen and S. T. Nielsen, 2007. Why Combine Private and Communal Trees Management? A case study based in Majawanga (Gairo, Tanzania). The TES Journal, Vol. 6 No. 1 (http://www.journal-tes.dk/).

7. Kweka A E., W.S. Abeli, Z. M. Mganilwa, Y. M. Ngaga and Hosea Elia. 2007.Assessment and comparison of sawyers’ productivity of two log-sawing methods used in agroforestry farms on the southern slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania. Journal of the Tanzania Association of Foresters, Vol. 11: 87-95.

8. Kweka, A. E., Abeli, W. S., Ngaga, Y. M., Mganilwa, Z. M., Mbogho, A. and Hosea, 2007. E. Effects of Traditional Timber Trees Harvesting Techniques on Profitability of Agroforestry Farms on in Northern Highlands, Tanzania. Journal of the Tanzania Association of Foresters, Vol. 11: 150-158. 

9. Danielsen F., N.D. Burgess, A. Balmford, P.F. Donald, M. Funder, J. Jones, P. Alviolq, D. S. Balete, T. Blomley, J. Brashares, B. Child, M. Enghoff, J. Fjeldsa, S. Holt, H. Hebertz, A. Jensen, P. Jensen, J. Massao, M. M. Mendoza, Y. M. Ngaga, M. Paulsen, R. Rueda, M. Sam, T. Skielboe, G. Stuat-Hill, E. Topp-Jorgensen and A.D. Yonten. 2008. Local Participation in Natural resource Monitoring: A Characterization of Approaches. Conservation Biology, Vol. 23, No.1: 31-42.

10 Kimaro, A.A., V. R. Timmer, S.A.O. Chamshama, Y. M. Ngaga and D. A. Kimaro, 2009. Competition between maize and pigeonpeas in semi-arid Tanzania: Effects on yield and nutrition of crops. Agric. Ecosyst. Environ. 134: 115 – 125.

11.Kweka, A. E., Y. M. Ngaga, Abeli, W. S., Mganilwa, Z. M., F. Ndungulile and A. Mbogho, 2010. Coffer Arabica Yield Losses through Grevillea Robusta Felling in Kilimanjaro Homegardens. Discovery and Innovations Journal, Volume 22.

12.Kweka, A. E., Y. M. Ngaga, D. Gasper, P. Renatus and C. Protus, 2010. Quandaries of Timber Production and Trade in Agroforestry Zone of Northern Highlands Tanzania. Discovery and Innovations Journal, Volume 22.

13.Musamba, E. B., Y. M. Ngaga, E. K. Boon and R. A. Giliba, 2011. Impact of Socio-economic Activities around Lake Victoria: Land Use Changes in Musoma Municipality, Tanzania. J. Hum. Ecol, 35(3): 143 – 154.

14.Musamba, E. B., Y. M. Ngaga, E. K. Boon and R. A. Giliba, A. Sirima and L.I. Chirenje, 2011. Economics of Water in Paddy and Non Paddy Crop Production around Kilombero Valley Ramsar Site, Tanzania: Productivity, Costs, Returns and Implications to Poverty reduction. J. Agri Sci, 2(1): 17 – 27.

15.Lalika, M. C.S.,  Meirea,  P., Ngaga, Y. M. and Ngowi, S.E. 2013. Analysing Ecosystem Services at Watershed Scale: Implications for Conservation in Upper  Kikuletwa Sub-Catchment, Tanzania. Proceedings of the Summer School Workshop, 4th - 12th MRCH 2013, Khartoum/El-Obeid, Sudan.  "Welcome to Africa Programme".  Scientific Cooperation Network on Climate Change Adaptation in Eastern Africa..  Pp 204 - 223.

16.Lalika, M.C.S., Meire, P. and Y.M. Ngaga. 2015a.  Exploring watershed conservation and water governance along the Pangani River Basin, Tanzania. Land Use Policy, 48:351-361.

17.Lalika, M.C.S., Y.M. Ngaga and Chang'a L. 2015b. Watershed dynamics and climate change and climare variability along Pangani River Basin, Tanzania. Ecohydrology and Hydrobiology, 15 (1): 26 – 38.

18.Lalika, M.C.S., Meire, P. and Y.M. Ngaga. Can irrigated agriculture work as adaptation strategy in climate stressed environment? Empirical evidence from PanganiRiver Basin Tanzania. Land Use Policy (revised and submitted).

19.Lalika, M.C.S.,Meire., P. Ngaga, Y. M. and Sanga, G.J. Willingness to Pay for Watershed Conservation: Are we applying the right paradigm? Ecohydrology and Hydrobiology,(Revised and submitted).

20.Funder, M., F. Danielsen, Y. M. Ngaga, M. R. Nielsen and M. K. Paulsen, (in press). The social dynamics of participatory monitoring in Tanzania’s community managed forests. Journal of Conservation and Society.

21. M. Schaafsma, S. Morse-Jones, P. Posen, R.D. Swetnam, A. Balmford, I. J. Bateman, N. D. Burgess, S. A. O. Chamshama, B. Fisher, R. E. Green, A. S. Hepelwa, A. Hernandez-Sirvent, G. C. Kajembe, K. Kulindwa, J. F. Lund, L. Mbwambo, H. Meilby, Y. M. Ngaga, I. Thelade, T. Treue, V. G. Vyamana and R. K. Turner. 2012 (in press). Torwards transferable functions for extraction of non-timber forest products: A case study on charcoal production in Tanzania. J. of Ecological Economics 

22. Ezekiel, E., S. A. O. Chamshama, Y. M. Ngaga and M. A. Mndolwa, 2012 (in press). Effects of specing and cutting management on survival, growth and biomass production of Moringa oleifera intercropped with maize on-farm at Gairo inland plateau, Morogoro in Tanzania. Greener Journal of Agricultural Science.

23. Musamba, E. B., Y. M. Ngaga, E. K. Boon and R. A. Giliba and Tulamwona Dumulinyi, 2011. The Recreation Value of Wetlands: A Case of Lake Victoria in Musoma Municipality, Tanzania.


24. Lalika, M.C.S.,Meire., P. and Ngaga, Y. M. (2015). Paying to Conserve Watershed Services in Pangani River Basin Tanzania. In: Hipel, K, W, Fang, L., Cullmann, J. and Bristow, M. (eds.). "Conflict Resolution in Water Resources and Environmental Management". Springer (Heidelberg). Germany. ISBN 978-3-319-14214-2

25. Lalika, M.C.S., de Deckere, E. & Ngaga, Y.M. (2011). Payment for Water Services as Basis for Natural Resource Management: Experience from Pangani Basin Tanzania. In: (Editors Anderson K., Okeyo-Owur, J.B.  andHezron, M.), Towards Implementation of Payment for Environmental Services (PES). BOD Publishers, London. VDM Verlag Dr. Müller GmbH & Co. KG, Saarbrücken, Germany. ISBN 978-3-639-35888-9. 404p.


 

I have participated in over 30 consultancies in Forest and other Natural Resource Economics, Environmental Economics and Socio-economics including the following recent key assignments.

CONSULTANCY REPORTS

  1. Ngaga, Y, M. Consumption of Sawnwood, Poles, Wood-based Panels and Woodfuel Products in Iringa Region. Consultancy Report Submitted to the University of Dar es Salaam Library, June 199
     
  2. Ngaga, Y.M. The Tenure and Management of Communal Lands and Natural Woodlands in Iringa Region, Tanzania. A Case Study of  Selected Villages. Exploratory Participatory Rural Appraisal (PRA) in Ismani  Division, Iringa. Work Sponsored by CONCERN (Iringa) and FTPP (Sweden), May 1994.
  1. Ngaga, Y. M(Team Leader). and J.S. Mgoo. Mid -Term Evaluation of Phase II Project on Conservation of Lowland Coastal Forests in Tanzania. World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) – Tanzania Programme Office, January 1999.
  1. Ngaga, Y.M. Documentation of Best Practices Supported by Africa 2000 Network in Tanzania. Report Submitted to UNPD/Africa 2000 Network, Dar es Salaam, June 1999.
  1. Ngaga, Y. M., M. H. Sharif and S. Makoloweka. Mid -Term Evaluation of the Project on Support for Community_based Conservation and Sustainable Use of Natural resources in Menai Bay, Zanzibar. World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) – Tanzania Programme Office, August 1999.
  1. Ishengoma, R. C. and Y.M. Ngaga (Assistant Team Leader). Woodfuel Consumption in Selected urban Centress of Tanzania. Forestry and Beekeeping Division, Ministry of natural resources and Tourism. June 2000.
  1. Ngaga, Y.M. Study on Energy Strategy for Tobacco Industry in Tanzania. Report submitted to the Tanzania Tobacco Board, October 2000.
  1. Katila, M.T., Ogle, A.J. and Y.M. Ngaga. Involvement of the Private Sector in the Industrial Plantation Development and management in Tanzania. Interim Report. Project Preparation Working group, Forest Conservation and Management Project, Division of Forestry and Beekeeping, Dar es Salaam. December 2000.
  1. Ngaga, Y. M (Team Leader). and A. F. Mkenda, 2003,. Economic Instruments for Environmental Management in Tanzania. A Draft report submitted to the WWF, Tanzania Programme Office, and the Division of Environment, Vive-President’s Office, Dar Es Salaam, May 2003.
  1. Sjaastad, E., Y.M. Ngaga (Assistant Team Leader), S.A.O. Chamshama, K. Magnussen, G.C. Monela and P. Vedeld. Resource Economic Analysis of Catchment Forest Reserves in Tanzania. Report submitted to the Forestry and Beekeeping Division, Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism, Dar Es Salaam, July 2003.
  1. Ngaga, Y.M.(Team Leader), E.J. Luoga, F.S. Sekibaha and J.S. Chiragi. Preparation of the Capacity Building Plan in the Districts Management of Natural Resources Operates. A Draft Report submitted to the Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism, Dar Es Salaam, December 2003.
  1. Turpie, J., Y.M. Ngaga and F. Karanja. Assessment of the Use and Economic Value of Wetlands and Water resources of the Pangani River Basin, Tanzania. Report submitted to IUCN, Nairobi. November 2003.
  1. Ngaga, Y. M., D. Mwamfupe. And C. H. Sokoni, 2005. Manistreaming Poverty-Environmental Linkages in the European Community’s Development Assistance in Tanzania. Draft Consultancy report submitted to WWF-Macroeconomic Policy Office (MPO), Washington D.C. and Tanzania Programme Office (TPO), Dar es Salaam.
  1. Ngaga, Y.M. .(Team Leader), E.M.M. Senkondo, P. Mpuya and R. Otsyina. 2005. An Economic Survey on the Role of Beekeeping on Poverty Reduction and Environmental Conservation in Chunya, Songea and Nachingwea Districts of Tanzania. Consultancy report to Division of Forestry and Beekeeping, Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism, Dar es Salaam. June 2005.
  1. Oosterom, A.P., Y.M. Ngaga, A. Ellman and G.J. Kamwenda. Technical Financial File (TFF). Development and Improvement of Processing, Packaging and Marketing of Honey, Beeswax and Other Products in Tanzania. Report submitted to the Belgium Technical Cooperation. Dar es Salaam, January 2006.
  1. Ngaga, Y. M. Assessment of Economic Benefits of Village Forest reserves to Local Communities and Identification of Income Generating Activities in Seven Villages of East Usambara Mountains of Tanzania. Report Submitted to World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) – Tanzania Programme Office, October 2006.
  1. Ngaga, Y.M. and F.M. Olubayo. Tapping and Using Coastal Natural Resource Management Knowledge Across generations. Report Submitted to Agroforestry and Natural Resources Education (ANAFE), Nairobi Kenya, December, 2006.
  1. Ngaga, Y.M. Socio-economic baseline Data and Information for selected areas of the Great Ruaha River catchment area in Tanzania. Report to be Submitted to World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) – Tanzania Programme Office, Novermber, 2007.
  1. Muhikambele, V. R. and Y. M. Ngaga.(Team Leader). Analysis of the Extent of Human Pressures and Impact on Natural Forests of Unilever Tea Tanzania Limited (UTTL), Tanzania. Report to be Submitted to Unilever Tea Tanzania Limited, Mufindi, Iringa-Tanzania, July 2007. “
  1. Ngaga, Y.M. (Team Leader) SAO Chamshama, R. Otsyina and R. Gama, 2008. Feasibility Study for Carbon Offset, Afforestation and Natural Resource Rehabilitation and Industry Establishment at Ruvu in Tanzania” for the Green Resources Limited. Report to be submitted to Green Resources Limited, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, January 2008.
  1. Ngaga, Y. M., June 2009. Cost Benefit Analysis of Water and Land Use Options in the Great Ruaha Sub-Catchments. Consultancy Report submitted to NIRAS (Scanagri) Conculting Company for the Wildlife Division, Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism, Dar es Salaam.
  1. Ngaga, Y.M.(Team Leader)., D. Murobi, D. Makota and J. Mwageni. December 2009. Elaboration for and Designing of System for Logs sales and Tracking Forest Products Exports and Forest Royalties. Setting Consultancy Report submitted to the Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism, Dar Es Salaam.
  1. Ngaga, Y. M., December 2009. Performance of the Improvement of Revenue Collection System for Forestry and Beekeeping Division. Consultancy report. Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism, Dar Es Salaam.
  1. Thomas Selanniemi, N. Ndanshau and Y. M. Ngaga, February 2010. Preparation of Programme Document. Private Forestry and Carbon Trade in Tanzania Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Finland.
  1. Tapani, P. and Y. M. Ngaga, March 2011. Tanzania Timber Market Dynamics (supply, demand and prices) in Domestic and Major Regional Markets. Consultancy Report. Forestry and Beekeeping Division. Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism, Dar Es Salaam and Indufor Finland.
  1. Ngaga, Y. M. December 2011. Forest Plantations and Woodlots in Tanzania. Consultancy work for African Forest Forum, Nairobi, Kenya.
  1. Göran, N. A., Y. M. Ngaga, F. Maganga and P. Virtanen, August 2011. Strategic Planning of Finnish Support to Forestry in Tanzania. Consultancy report submitted to Ministry of Foreign Affainf of Finland, Dar es Salaam.
  1. Ngaga, Y. M., D. Silayo and G. Z. Nyamoga. October 2013. Private Sector Engagement in REDD+ Tanzania. Consultancy report. International Institute for Environment and Development (iied). London, UK.

POSTS HELD AT SOKOINE UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE

  1. Deputy Vice Chancellor (Administration and Finance)  22nd  Dec. 2014 - 21st Dec. 2018.
  1. Dean (re-appointed)    1st July 2014 – 21st Dec. 2014
  1. Dean                            1st July 2011 – 30th June 2014
  1. Associate Dean,          April, 2006 – June 2011
  1. Head, Department of Forest Economics (re-appointed) July 2005 – June 2008
     
  2. Head, Department of Forest Economics, July 2002 – June 2005
     
  3. Associate Professor     July 2006 – To date
     
  4. Senior Lecturer            July 2000 – June 2006
     
  5. Lecturer                       July 1992 – June 2000
     
  6. Assistant Lecturer       July 1989 - June 1992
     
  7. Tutorial Assistant        July 1987  - June 1989

 

MEMBERSHIP IN COMMITTEES AND BOARDS AND PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

  1. Member (Ex-official), University Council, 22nd Dec. 2014 - 21st Dec. 2018.
  1. Member of University Senate, 22nd Dec. 2014 - 21st Dec. 2018..
  1. A member of the Expert Panel Developing the Tanzania Natural Resource Charter Programme Appointed by the Chief Secretary on 23rd  November 201
  1. Member of Board of Trustees for Tanzania Forest Fund, 18th May 2011 – 17th May 201
  1. Member of Advisory Board of Tanzania Forest Service (re-appointed), 1st April 2015 – 31st March 2018.
  1. Member of the Board of Mzumbe University - Mbeya Campus College, 4th February 2015 - 13st December 2017.
  1. Chairman, Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA) Funds Allocation Commitee, 2014
  1. Chairman, SUA Tender Board, 2014 - 2017.
  1. Chairman, SUA Boundary Management Committee
  1. Member of Editorial Advisory Board, Journal of Forestry and Nature Conservation
  1. Member, Tanzania Association of Foresters (TAF)
  1. Member, Wildlife Conservation Society of Tanzania (WCST)
Contact information

Deputy Vice Chancellor - Administration and Finance
Sokoine University of Agriculture 
P.O.Box 3000, Chuo Kikuu
Morogoro, Tanzania

Tel: 023 - 2603511- 4 (Ext.2109/2110)
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Email: dvcadminfin@suanet.ac.tz,
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