I specialize on the fields of geography, environment and natural resources. I dedicated more on these fields when I was doing field practicals during graduate studies.
My first experience dated back in 2004 in Uporoto highlands, Mbeya region. I studied poor farming practices and its affects soil fertility, crop productivity and livelihood of farmers.
During MSc studies, I participated in a project within a programme - Kinondoni Integrated Coastal Area management Programme (KICAMP) to do assessment and monitoring of coastal resources.
The skills and knowledge from field practicals equip my foundation on poverty-environmental linkages and natural resources management.
I am doing a PhD study on “Adaptive capacity of small-scale farmers for climate variability in semi-arid areas of Tanzania.
Allan, T. (2016). Community-based forest management as an empowering approach towards forest conservation and management: Experience from Tanzania and Nepal. Unpublished paper submitted at Ufahamu Journal.
Tumaini Allan Tuni,
Sokoine University of Agriculture,
College of Social Sciences and Humanities,
P.O. Box 3035, CHUO KIKUU,
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