Date of Birth: 23rd September 1988
Place of Birth: Arusha, Tanzania
Marital Status: Married
Nationality: Tanzanian
Gender: Male
Contact: Mobile:+255652710803 or +255762046331
Email:eliazamkuna@hotmail.com || ejmkuna@mzumbe.ac.tz
Postal Address:

P. O Box 5

i) Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

Institution University of KwaZulu-Natal, Pietermaritzburg, South Africa (2017 to 2019)
3rd Degree PhD in Agricultural Economics

Coursework seminars done at;

1. University of Jagiellonian University; Kraków, Poland

2. University of Bergen; Bergen, Norway

Thesis Topic
: “Economic analysis of artisanal fishery: A case of Nile Perch (Lates niloticus) fish industry in Lake Victoria, Tanzania.

Master’s degree

Institution Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA)-Morogoro,Tanzania 2012 – 2014
2nd Degree Masters of Science (M.Sc.) in Agricultural and Applied Economics
Specialization Agricultural Policy and Trade-Specialization done at University of Pretoria, Pretoria (South Africa)-One semester

Thesis Topic: “East Africa Community’s Non-Tariff Barriers and their effects on Tanzania small and medium Agro- Enterprises Cross border Trade”. http://suaire.suanet.ac.tz:8080/xmlui/handle/123456789/640

iii) Bachelor degree

Institution The University of Dodoma (UDOM)-Tanzania 2009 – 2012
1st Degree Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Economics
Specialization Economics

iv) Primary and Secondary levels

Level Primary Level Ordinary Level

Advanced Level

Name of School

Kijenge Primary School(1996-2002)

Baraa Secondary School

Arusha Secondary School(2007-2009)






Computer Skills (Training)


Coverage Year


Statistical Packages
  • SPSS
  • Simetar for Simulation Models
  • Statistics in Excel


University of Dodoma,Sokoine University of Agriculture.
Accounting Packages
  • Tally 9
  • Quick Book Pro
  • Accounting in Excel
2011 University of Dar es Salaam Computing Center in Collaboration with University of Dodoma.
Graphics Design and objectives using Adobe CS4 Certificate

Graphics Designing

Microsoft Innovation Centre (UDOM)

Other Trainings


Coverage Year


Editorial Workshop Academic English, writing issues, technical and scientific paper writing

16th to 18th January, 2018

VLIR-UOS-Belgium, Ghent University and Mzumbe University.
Grant writing and management course Grant writing and management

2017 (13th August to 15th August 2017) Developing Research Innovation, Localization and Leadership (DRILL) project/UKZN-Hilton Hotel Durban, South Africa.
PhD Methodology on Environmental Life Cycle Assessment (LCA)

Life Cycle Assessment (LCA), Life Cycle Impact Assessment (LCIA), Eco Design

2016 (Two weeks)

29th Feb to 11th March,2016

Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA) and Denmark Technical University (DTU)

Vegetable Postharvest education (E-learning course)

Postharvest management technologies: Specialized in Economics of Horticultural Produce Post-Harvest Management

(Under Dr. Lisa Kitinoja et.,al)


(One year)

Post-harvest Education Foundation (U.S.A): The Postharvest Education Foundation

PO Box 38, La Pine, Oregon 97739 USA

Website homepage: www.postharvest.org
Consultancy and Short Courses Technical Consultancy Skills

21st -24th September,2015 Directorate of External Linkages and Community Engagement (DELCE),Mzumbe University, 21st -24th Sep, 2015 Mzumbe University
E-Learning Program

Usage of E-learning for Academic purpose


VLIROUS-Project, Mzumbe University

Integrated Decision Support System (IDSS) focused on FARMSIM Model

FARMSIM Simulation Model and its application (Certificate of completion)



27-31 July 2015

Texas A&M University under Feed the Future (FtF) Project in collaboration with the following partners: IFPRI,USAID,ILRI,IWMI,CGIAR,The North Carolina A&T University, The Borlang Institute, Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Sokoine University of Agriculture

Integrated Crop, Soil and Water management

Soil and Water management short seminar (Dr. Michael Titley)

June, 2015

Applied Horticultural Research (AHR), Queensland Australia and AVRDC, Arusha, Tanzania

Science and Technology policy for Agricultural productivity

Various techniques for Agricultural productivity analysis (Dr. Frikkie Lienberg)

August-November, 2013

University of Pretoria, South Africa in collaboration with Minnesota State University (USA)

Tanzania Economic prospect Workshop

  • Global financial and economic crisis: Origin, impacts and response and the new East Africa Community Monetary union process; Potential benefits and costs (Dr. Pantaleo Kessy)


Bank of Tanzania (BoT) and University of Dodoma Economist Association (UDEA)

Research proposal writing and selected analytical software



University of Dodoma Economist Association (UDEA)

Tanzania Driving License

Driving skills and technique Training


Modern Driving School-Arusha


Business Plan and Entrepreneurship Skills


Dodoma University Project Planners Association (DUPSA)


Equitable Payment for Watershed Services (EPWS) by


CARE International Tanzania and WWF programme


The System of Procurement for Common Items and Services Through Agreement Framework


Dodoma University Project Planners Association (DUPSA)



Position Year


Mzumbe University, Faculty of Social Science, Department of Economics

(Public University)
Assistant Lecturer (Economics)

2015 June, to date

  • Conducting lectures;
  • Preparing case studies;
  • Assisting in tutorial/seminars in degree and other courses;
Work in co-operation with senior members on specific projects such as research and consultancy.

Muslim University of Morogoro.

Part time Lecturer (Economics)

November, 2015 Teaching Macroeconomics
Asian Vegetable Research and Development Centre (AVRDC)-The World Vegetable Centre, Eastern and Southern Africa Regional Centr Research Associate (Agricultural Economics) 2014 August- 2015 July
  • Working under VegOneX Project aim at developing Seed Supply System in Tanzania and Vegetable Marketing Information.
  • Data Collection, Cleaning, Entry and analysis of various researches
Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA)/African Agribusiness Academy (AAA)/AERC/The University of Wageningen Netherlands. Researcher 2013-2014 Research on Tanzania’s Agribusiness SMEs to East African Community Cross-Border trade
Partners for Development (PFD) funded by United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)

Research Associate- Jatropha Baseline Survey in Singida Rural District

2010 July-Sept
  • Design and Preparation of the Baseline Survey
  • Assisting in Data Collection on the Baseline Survey
  • Exhibitions on Jatropha and Agriculture Nutrition Initiatives (JANI) project
Global Services Corps-Arusha

Volunteer in Sustainable Agriculture and HIV/AIDS Projects in Arusha Rural Areas

2009 July- September
  • Providing education toward Bia Intensive Agriculture and Farming.
  • Chicken Vaccination for prevention of Newcastle diseases
B Blue Financial Services-Arusha Branch

Loan Officer

2009 April - July
  • Marketing and Selling of the Loans
  • Consultancy Services
  • Customer care Services

Position Year


University Student Christian Fellowship (USCF)

  • Various


University of Dodoma

University of Dodoma Economics Association

General Secretary

2009-2012 Certificate of services
Mzumbe University Undergraduate students supervisor


Mzumbe University
  • Bergen Summer Research School (BSRS) with the theme of “Global Challenge”, University of Bergen, Norway. 17th to 27th June, 2019. BSRS is a joint venture under the leadership of the University of Bergen with NHH Norwegian School of Economics, Western Norway University of Applied Sciences, Chr. Michelsen Institute and NORCE Norwegian Research Centre AS.
  • European ERASMUS + programme at the Jagiellonian University in Kraków Poland (Central Europe) summer semester in the academic year 2016/2017 funded by European Commission (25th February, 2017 to 30th June, 2017)
  • University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, partial scholarship to undertake a PhD in Agricultural Economics from 02nd January 2017 to 31st December, 2020.
  • African Economic Research Consortium (AERC) partial scholarship to undertake four months (1 Semester) specialization courses at University of Pretoria, South Africa from 1st August to 30th November 2013.
  • African Economic Research Consortium (AERC) Research grants to undertake M.Sc. Research, 2014.
  • African Agribusiness Academy in collaboration with University of Wageningen, The Netherlands Research grants on studying non-tariff barriers and Agribusiness SME in East Africa, 2014.
  • Leadership excellence certificate, Arusha Secondary High School 2009.
  • Leadership excellence certificate, Baraa Secondary School 2003.
  • Discipline excellence certificate, Baraa Secondary School 2003.

  • Eliaza Mkuna and Lloyd Baiyegunhi (2019). Analysis of the technical efficiency of Nile perch (Lates niloticus) fishers in the Tanzanian portion of Lake Victoria: A stochastic frontier analysis.Lakes & Reservoirs: Science, Policy and Management for Sustainable Use.00:1-11. (Wiley Publisher) https://doi.org/10.1111/lre.12274
  • Eliaza Mkuna and Lloyd Baiyegunhi (2019). Determinants of Nile perch (Lates niloticus) overfishing and its intensity in Lake Victoria, Tanzania: a double-hurdle model approach. Hydrobiologia, 1-15.(Springer Publisher).Doi: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10750-019-3932-9
  • Felichesmi Selestine Lyakurwa & Eliaza Mkuna (2019) Dominant factors for energy choice decisions by households in Tanzania: A case study of selected villages in Mvomero District, African Journal of Science, Technology, Innovation and Development, 11:2, 141-148, (Taylor and Francis Publisher). DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/20421338.2018.1550929
  • Lyakurwa, F and Mkuna, E. (2018). Political-institutional barriers to energy access and efficiency in Tanzania: a case study of Mvomero District. AFRIKA FOCUS — Volume 31, Nr. 1, 2018 — pp. 173-186 (Ghent Africa Platform-University of Ghent, Belgium-Publisher)Mkuna, E., Mgendi, G., & Taruku, G. (2017). Political economy of biofuel in Tanzania: review approach. AFFRIKA Journal of Politics, Economics and Society, 7(1), 57-71.(SABINET Publisher)
  • Mkuna, E (2016). Economic Review of Input Subsidies among Small Scale Farmers in Tanzania. Journal of Public Administration (JOPA). (South African Association for Public Administration and Management-SAAPAM). Volume 52 • Number 1 • March 2017. 5-17pp (SABINET Publisher)Victoria Jovin Mugula, and Eliaza Mkuna (2016). Farmer’s perceptions on climate change impacts in different rice production systems in Morogoro Tanzania. International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications, Volume 6, Issue 2, February 2016. Pg 334-340. ISSN 2250-3153. http://www.ijsrp.org/research-paper-0216.php?rp=P505117
  • Eliaza Mkuna and Andrew E. Temu (2016). Comparative Analysis of Trading Between East Africa Community Member States and Local Markets by Tanzanian Small and Medium Agro Enterprises. International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications, Volume 6, Issue 2, February 2016 Pg 326-333. ISSN 2250-3153. http://www.ijsrp.org/research-paper-0216.php?rp=P505116
  • Eliaza Mkuna and Andrew E. Temu (2016). Determinants of Tanzanian Small and Medium Agro-enterprises participation in East Africa Community Cross border Trade Dyke Journal of Midlands State University Zimbabwe. Special Edition. Pg 19-36. ISSN 1815-9036
  • Cornelius Dube (Economist from ZEPARU- Zimbabwe Economic Policy Analysis and Research Unit) and Mr. Eliaza Mkuna (Economist from Mzumbe University-Tanzania). "WHERE IS MONEY?: Taxation and State of Africa, Mining Vision Implementation: A case of Tanzania and East Africa" . Publishers: Tax Network justice-Africa (TJN-A) with the fund from Oxfam IBIS
  • Mkuna E (2014).East Africa Community’s Non-Tariff Barriers and their effects on Tanzania small and medium Agro- Enterprises Cross border Trade. Dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment of M.Sc. in Agricultural and Applied Economics of the Sokoine University of Agriculture, Morogoro, Tanzania. 151pphttp://suaire.suanet.ac.tz:8080/xmlui/handle/123456789/640
  • Kamugisha, P P, Mkuna, E J, Kuzilwa, J, Shengena, Kilel and Lihawa, R (2017). Does the national fertilizer regulatory framework provide solutions or pose dilema to smallholder farmers? A policy brief submitted to ANSAF. 6pp
  • Lihawa, R., Shengena, K., Mkuna E J, Kuzilwa, E J, and Kamugisha, P P (2017). Propositions for improving the availability of quality seeds among smallholder farmers in Tanzania. A policy brief submitted to ANSAF. 5pp
  • Kuzilwa, J, Mkuna E J, Shengena, K, Kamugisha, P P and Lihawa R (2017). Addressing the challenges in the supply and use of pesticides in Tanzania. A policy brief submitted to ANSAF. 5pp

I have been a reviewer of the following Journals

  1. Technology in Society (Elsevier Publisher)
  2. Scientific African (Elsevier Publisher)
  3. Journal of Economic Structures (Springer Publisher)
  4. African Journal of Science, Technology, Innovation and Development (Taylor and Francis/Routledge)
  5. The Open Agriculture Journal (Benthan Open Publisher)
  1. African Economic Research Consortium (AERC): Headquarter Nairobi, Kenya
  2. Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy (IATP): Headquarter Minneapolis, USA
  3. Structural Transformation of African Agriculture and Rural Spaces (STAARS) fellow

B.Sc. Economics Students Research Projects successfully supervised 2016/2017 (Mzumbe University, Tanzania) –

As Major Supervisor

  1. Factors influence ineffectiveness of agriculture inputs Voucher System (NAIVS) in supporting agriculture breakthrough in Tanzania: A Case study of Hai District.By Osmond Shuma

2. Accessibility of agricultural inputs and their contribution toward small scale vegetable farmers’ production: A case study of Kilosa District in Morogoro Region.
By Dickson Steven Mading

3. Factors influence youth participation in agribusiness sector in Tanzania; A case study of Morogoro Region
By Khamis Msang

4. Assessment of distribution mechanisms towards fixated sugar pricing in Tanzania: The Case of Sugar Board of Tanzania (SBT)
By Ester Nzota

5. Effectiveness of Tax Enforcement Towards Increasing Tax Collection: Case Study of Tanzania Revenue Authority (TRA) Dodoma.
By Agnes Kihampa
6. Assessment of factors affecting the growth of clove industry in Pemba, Zanzibar
By Bahati Said

7. Assessment on The Effects of Conditional Cash Transfers Program (CCTS) On Poverty Reduction Among Beneficiary Households:A Case Of Kibaha District Council
By Eva Maro

8. An Assessment on the Contribution of Tax Morale and Voluntary Tax Compliance towards Effective Tax Administration. A Case Of Tanzania Revenue Authority Kagera Region
By Benson Frances Rweyemamu.

9. An Assessment of Contribution Of Formal Private Sector Toward Youth Employment In Tanzania: A Case Of Coca-Cola Company
By Leticia Kiabo

As (Co supervisor)

  1. Bachelor Degree in Community Development (Project Planning and Management) “Environmental conservation and poverty reduction in rural areas: case study of Arusha municipal” Special project in partial fulfillment of undergraduate degree program at Tengeru Institute of Community Development (TICD), Tengeru Arusha- Field attachment student at AVRDC-The World Vegetable Center, Eastern and Southern Africa hub-2015.

By Godbless Mwanga

  1. Eliaza Mkuna and Lloyd JS Baiyegunhi (2019). Determinants of Nile Perch (Lates Niloticus ) Overfishing And Its Intensity In Lake Victoria, Tanzania: A Double-Hurdle Model Approach. A paper presented at Bergen Summer Research School (BSRS), Bergen Norway, 17th to 27th June, 2019
  2. Eliaza Mkuna and Lloyd JS Baiyegunhi (2019). Impact of Nile Perch (Lates niloticus) Overfishing in Fishers’ Income: Evidence from Lake Victoria, Tanzania. International Symposium on Society and Resource Management (ISSRM). June 2-7, 2019 at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh (USA).
  3. Mkuna, E (2018). The interplay between Agricultural Industrialization and Entrepreneurship: A review approach in Tanzania agricultural sector. A paper presented at Annual Learning Event “Making Industries Work for Smallholder Producers in Tanzania – Unlocking Grassroots Opportunities”. Golden Tulip Hotel, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. 27th and 28th November, 2018.
  4. Invited guest in Belgium Business Mission to Tanzania meeting organized by Trade Commission of Embassy of Belgium in Tanzania and Kenya, 25th October, 2018.
  5. Ukulinga Howard Davis Memorial Symposium Programme 2018, Agripreneuership and Developing Sustainable Agricultural Value Chains. 22nd to 23rd May, 2018. Ukulinga Research Farm, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Pietermaritzburg South Africa.
  6. Strengthening Research, Knowledge and Practice for Accountability on Water Global think-shop and collaborative planning forum. Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, March 27 – 29, 2018. Funded and organized by University of Glasgow, UK, Water Witness International (WWI), Water Aid, Shahidi wa Maji, University of Dar es Salaam (UDSM), Oxfam, and Water Integrity Network (WIN)
  7. Felichesmi Lyakurwa and Eliaza Mkuna (2017). Dominant factors for energy choice decision by households in Tanzania: A case study of selected villages in Mvomero Morogoro, Tanzania. GRE@T-Governance and Entrepreneurship through research, education, access and technology for Tanzania. Mzumbe University and Ghent University, 20th to 26th August, 2017.
  8. 3rd European Congress of Local Governments, 27th to 28th March, 2017; ICE Congress with strategic partner; Tauron, CEZ ESCO POLSKA, Engie and PIIT: Venue, Krakow, Poland
  9. Eliaza Mkuna (2016). Strategies and Institutional Support For Farming Systems In Tanzania "International Conference on Business And Management In Emerging Markets (ICBMEM) 2016" Theme: Managing Business Dynamics for Sustainable Development of Emerging Markets: Opportunities, Challenges and Emerging Trends Accepted to be presented on 9th to 10th September, 2016: Venue: Zanzibar Beach Resort, Zanzibar, Organized jointly by: Mzumbe University School of Business (MUSOB) and Dar Es Salaam Campus College (MUDCC).
  10. Shengena Killel, Eliaza Mkuna and Robert Lihawa (2016). A Critical Review on Bottlenecks towards Sustainable and Eco-Innovative Practices as Pivots of Tourism and Hospitality in Tanzania. International conference organized by Open University of Tanzania. Conference paper presented at International Conference on Tourism and Hospitality Innovations in Developing Countries (ICTHI-DC) of 1-2nd August 2016. Venue: Julius Nyerere International Convention Centre, Dar es Salaam.
  11. Thesis Dissemination Workshop by African Economic Research Consortium (AERC). Presented M.Sc. Thesis to stakeholders (Government, Policy makers, Farmers, Academicians, Civil Society).Venue: Ledgers Plaza Bahari Beach Hotel, Kunduchi Beach Dar es Salaam Tanzania. 6-7th March, 2016.
  12. Stakeholders’ Workshop for Mwalimu Julius K. Nyerere University of Agriculture and Technology (MJNUAT) a newly established University with its headquarters in Butiama, Mara Region. Presented Sc. in Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness and B.Sc. Agricultural Finance Curriculum. Venue: Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA), Bio-Processing and Post-harvest engineering conference Hall, 2nd February,2016.
  13. Tanzania Agricultural Market access, Finance Access, Policy and Legal Framework “1st Annual stakeholders’ conference organized by Diligent Consulting Limited and United States African development foundation (USADF)” Venue: DOUBLE TREE by Hillton Hotel, Oysterbay Dar es salaam Tanzania. 19th February, 2016.
  14. Study in Japan Fair Organized by Hokkaido University Japan, University of Dar es Salaam, and Japanese Ministry of Education. Venue: University of Dar es Salaam, Dar es Salaam Tanzania.12th February, 2016.
  15. Eliaza Mkuna and Andrew E. Temu. Determinants of Tanzanian Small and Medium Agro-enterprises participation in East Africa Community Cross border Trade. Conference on Economic Integration, Entrepreneurship and Sustainable Development in Africa.14-16th October, 2015. Venue: Midlands State University and FAIRMILE REGENCY HOTEL, Gweru-Zimbabwe. Conference organized by University of Venda, South Africa and Midland State University, Zimbabwe.
  16. Deploying Vegetable seed kits to tackle Malnutrition: Three-country consultation meeting: Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania. Organized by AVRDC-The World Vegetable Centre (Eastern and Southern Africa Regional Centre) and USAID. 10th – 12th December, 2014, Venue: African Tulip Hotel, Arusha, Tanzania
  17. Good seed initiative: Up-scaling the Production of African Indigenous Vegetables Innovation Platform Review Workshop, Project implemented by Irish Aid, CABI, AVRDC-The World Vegetable Center, HORTI-Tengeru and INADES Formation Tanzania. 25th June, 2015, Venue: AVRDC, Arusha Tanzania
  18. Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO) Technologies, Processes and Products: Which way for Tanzania: Workshop organized by Tanzania Academy of Sciences (TAAS) and Commission for Science and Technology COSTECH. Venue: COSTECH conference hall, Kijitonyama, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. August 26th, 2015.

  • Tanzania National Board of Accountancy and Auditors (NBAA) (2019). Development of Business Economics Module (A06) Syllabus and Study Guide for Certified Professional Accountants Tanzania (CPA-T).
  • Monitoring and Evaluation Training to Verification Team (Ministry of Finance, Internal Auditor General Department) on Operation of the Education and Skills for Productive Jobs (ESPJ) Program for Results: Venue: Sub-Treasury Morogoro. 6th February to 8th February, 2019. Facilitators; Eliaza Mkuna, Dr. Mackfallen Anasel.
  • Monitoring and Evaluation Training Workshop for Education and Skills for Productive Jobs (ESPJ) Project Team Members From Program Institutions i.e. Vocational Education Training Authority (VETA), Higher Education Students Loans Board (HESLB), National Council for Technical Education (NACTE), Tanzania Education Authority (TEA), The Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU). Venue: NSSF Mafao House Morogoro. 30th January to 2nd February 2019. Facilitators; Eliaza Mkuna, Dr. Mackfallen Anasel and Dr. Eliza Mwakasangula.
  • Project Monitoring and Evaluation Training for Heads of Departments and sections, 18th to 23rd December, 2017. Kibaha Town Council Tanzania. Facilitators; Eliaza Mkuna and Mr. Aloyce Maziku.
  • Economic Technical personnel on IGC Project to study on Productivity assessment among Furniture Firms in Tanzania by MZUMBE UNIVERSITY with supporting fund and collaboration from London School of Economics and Oxford University in United Kingdom.
  • Felichesmi Lyakurwa and Eliaza Mkuna (2016). Dominant factors for energy choice decisions by households in Tanzania: A case study of selected Villages in Mvomero District. A research project grant won and financed by VLIR-UOS, Belgium Organization through Mzumbe University Tanzania.
  • Eliaza Mkuna, Joseph Kuzilwa, Robert Lihawa, Thobias Nsindagi, Felister Ntibamanya (2016).”Effective regulation for equitable delivery of inputs (quality seeds, fertilizers and pesticides) to smallholder farmers in Tanzania”. Successfully acquired the consultancy for Agricultural Non-State Actors Forum (ANSAF), completed successfully with Consultancy report and three policy briefs.
  • Curriculum development of B.Sc. Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness, B.Sc. Agricultural Finance, Honors Degrees and Diplomas of The Mwalimu Julius Nyerere University of Agriculture and Technology Musoma, Tanzania February to July, 2016.

  • Eliaza Mkuna and Dr. Msafiri Joseph Mbilu (2016) Private consultant on project fund searching at Usambara Mountain Holticulture and Environment Oriented Peasant (UMHEP),P.O. Box 5507 Tanga, Tanzania East Africa Project title: “Reclaiming Land For Vegetables Growing Through Homestead Rainwater Harvesting Systems At Mbuzii Ward Lushoto Tanga Tanzania”

  • Member of “Sc. in Monitoring and Evaluation” Preparation committee (From September, 2016 to date)
  • Member and Secretary of Mzumbe University Alumni Day (MUAD) 2016 organizing committee aimed at organizing “Fund raising event which was don on 17th June,2016 for Female Hostel building strategy) and making follow-up on achieving the objective-From February 2016 to date
  • Assessment of accredited courses under Mzumbe Universities Campuses and Centers, assignment under Directorate of Quality Assurance (DQA)-May 2016.
  • University of Dodoma (UDOM)-Tanzania, School of Business and Economic Studies, Department of Economics.
  • Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA)-Tanzania, School of Agricultural Economics and Business Studies (SAEBS).
  • University of Pretoria-South Africa, Department of Agricultural Economics, Extension and Rural Development.
  • University of KwaZulu-Natal-South Africa, Department of Agricultural Economics.
  • Midlands State University (MSU)-Zimbabwe, Department of Economics
  • Mwalimu Nyerere University of Agricultural and Technology (MJNUAT)-Tanzania
  • National University of Lesotho-Lesotho
  • Zimbabwe Economic and Research Unit (ZEPARU)-Zimbabwe.
  • The Swaziland Economic Policy Analysis and Research Centre (SEPARC)-Swaziland.
  • World Vegetable Center, Eastern and Southern, West & Central Africa regional hubs.
  • International Potato Center (CIP) Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) Regional Office.
  • Vaal University of Technology (VUT)-South Africa.
  • University of Hokkaido, Graduate school of fisheries, Japan.
  • Jagiellonian University in Kraków Poland (Central Europe), Institute of Economics, Finance and Management.
  • University of Bergen, Norway.

South Africa, Swaziland, Mozambique, Uganda, Kenya, Zimbabwe, Poland, Germany, Norway, Sweden

I am proficient in writing, speaking, listening and reading in both languages.
  • High degree of honesty, integrity and respect
  • Ability to create new ideas
  • Ability to work under pressure and prioritize work
  • Willingness and ability to work independently and as a part of a team,
  • Strong operational drive to see things moving, committed and good communication skills.


The Dean,
Faculty of Social Science,
P.O.Box 1,
Mzumbe, Morogoro.
Telephone : +255742762012,
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