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College of Forestry, Wildlife and Tourism participates in Innovation Mentorship Training workshop. 

The College of Forestry, Wildlife and Tourism participates in an Innovation Mentorship Training workshop at Sokoine University of Agriculture from 8th October 2019. The college is usually practicing various innovation technologies of forestry, wildlife and tourism in various areas of Tanzania.

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Opening remarks by Prof. Theodosy J. Msogoya, Acting Director of Postgraduate Studies, Research, Technology Transfer and Consultancy, Sokoine University of Agriculture, Morogoro.

General remarks

Dr. Doreen Ndosi, Project leader of SUA Innovation Hub making an introduction and welcome remarks to participants 

Presentation

Dr. Doreen Ndosi presenting about evolution of SUA Innovation Hub 

Participants

Workshop participants pay attention to the presentation about evolution of SUA Innovation Hub

 

For more information please contact;

Principal,
College of Forestry, Wildlife  and Tourism,
Sokoine University of Agriculture
P.O Box  3009
Morogoro - Tanzania
Telephone: +255 23 260 3459
Fax: +255 23 260 4648
Mob: +255754948708 or +255719830053
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Website: https://www.cfwt.sua.ac.tz

Prof. Ngaga apewa ngao ya heshima na Ndaki ya Misitu, Wanyamapori na Utalii

Ndaki ya Misitu, Wanyamapori na Utalii kutoka Chuo Kikuu cha Sokoine cha Kilimo (SUA) kwa kutambua na kuthamini mchango ambao ameutoa  katika kipindi cha  uongozi wake aliyekuwa Naibu Makamu wa Mkuu wa Chuo Utawala na Fedha Prof. Yonika Ngaga wamemzawadia Ngao ya  heshima  kwa ajili ya kumpongeza na kumtakia kila la kheri katika majukumu yake mengine ya kazi.

Akizungumza katika hafla fupi iliyoandaliwa chuoni hapo Rasi wa Ndaki ya Misitu, Wanyamapori na Utalii Prof. John Kessy amesema dhumuni la kuandaa hafla hiyo ni kumpongeza na kumkabidhi Ngao ya heshima na shukrani kwa kipindi chote cha miaka 4 alichoongoza akiwa Naibu Makamu wa Mkuu wa Chuo Utawala na Fedha.

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Rasi wa Ndaki ya Misitu, Wanyamapori na Utalii Prof. John Kessy akitoa pongezi kwa Prof. Ngaga

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Naibu Makamu wa Mkuu wa Chuo upande wa Taaluma Prof. Peter Gillah akitoa neno la kumpongeza Prof. Ngaga baada ya kumaliza vizuri kipindi chake cha uongozi 

 

Prof Ishengoma akitoa neno la shukrani CFWT

Prof. Ishengoma akitoa neno la pongezi kwa niaba ya wafanyakazi wa Ndaki ya Misitu, Wanyamapori na Utalii kwa Prof. Ngaga

 

Prof Abdallah akitoa salam za pongezi kwa Prof. Ngaga

Prof Abdallah akitoa salam za pongezi kwa Prof. Ngaga

 

Prof. Ngaga akiwashukuru wafanyakazi wote wa Ndaki ya Misitu Wanyamapori na utalii kwa ukarimu wao

Prof. Ngaga akiwashukuru wafanyakazi wote wa Ndaki ya Misitu, Wanyamapori na Utalii kwa ukarimu wao

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Prof. Ngaga apewa ngao ya heshima

Prof. Ngaga akiwa na ngao yake aliyotunukiwa na Ndaki ya Misitu, Wanyamapori na Utalii

Picha ya pamoja

 

Field Practical Training of Sawmilling and Wood Properties and Utilization

The second year BSc. Forestry from the College of Forestry, Wildlife and Tourism conducted field practical on sawmilling, wood properties and utilization in Arusha and Kilimanjaro. The feild practical covers charcoal production at SUATF; Tooth pick at Imara Furniture Company; Natural durability at TAFORI timber graveyard in Moshi, Kilimanjaro, Tanzania

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 Tooth pick at Imara Furniture Company

 

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 Charcoal production at SUATF.

 

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 Natural durability at TAFORI timber graveyard in Moshi.

 

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For more information please contact;

Prof. Fortunatus B.S. Makonda,

Department of Forest Engineering and Wood Sciences,

College of Forestry, Wildlife and Tourism,

Sokoine University of Agriculture,

P. O. Box 3014 Morogoro, TANZANIA.

Tel: +255 260 234648

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New PhD at the College of Forestry, Wildlife and Tourism - Dr. Greyson Z. Nyamoga

Dr. Greyson Z. Nyamoga is a Lecturer and Researcher with about ten years of teaching experience in the Department of Forest and Environmental Economics at Sokoine University of Agriculture. During this time, Greyson has been working on issues related to Forest Economics, Natural Resources Management and Community Based Natural Resources Management in Tanzania. Dr. Nyamoga spent six months at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences as an EPINAV exchange students in 2013 which led to his PhD Scholarship from September 2014. Dr. Nyamoga did his Master studies in Forest Economics at Sokoine University of Agriculture and he was also awarded another Masters in Sustainable Development Practices (MDP) at the University of Florida in the US. While pursuing his Master studies in the US, he spent a total of about 6 months in Botswana working with communities in Sankuyo and Shorobe Villages helping them in issues related to Community Based Natural Resources Management and in developing management plans for Wildlife Management. Greyson has conducted several consultant works with the Jane Goodall Institute (JGI), International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) from UK and Tanzania Chamber of Commerce, Industries and Agriculture (TCCIA) on issues related to natural resources management, governance, gender, economic empowerment and forest products value chain analysis in Tanzania. Greyson has supervised more than 16 undergraduate students in their research projects.  He speaks fluent English, Swahili, Hehe, Kinga and currently learning Norwegian.

Dr Nyamoga did his PhD in Forest Economics at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Ås - Arkeshus, Norway. His PhD focuses on developing a Forest Sector Model for Tanzania which will be used for forecasting both demand and supply of the forest products as well as technological improvements and their environmental implications. 

He successful defended his PhD Thesis on 23.08.2019 and the Title of his Thesis is: “Analyzing aspects of land-use sustainability in Tanzania: Current forest degradation, urban charcoal demand, and impacts of future firewood and charcoal consumption”. 

Dr. Nyamoga few Minutes before his PhD Defense at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences NMBU

Dr. Nyamoga few Minutes before his PhD Defense at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU)

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Dr. Nyamoga with the Evaluation Committee and Supervisors after defending his PhD successfully (From right: Dr. Per Kristian, Professor Olla Ericksson, Professor Birger Solberg, Associate Professor Hanne K. Sjølie, Associate Dean of the Faculty Professor Jan Vermaat and Professor Tron Eid)

 Dr. Nyamoga thanking and handing a small gift to Professor Ola Ericksson for being part of the Evaluation Team

 Dr. Nyamoga thanking and handing a small gift to Professor Ola Ericksson for being part of the Evaluation Team

 Dr. Nyamoga receiving a Gift from one of the Co Supervisor Associate Professor Hanne K. Sjølie

 Dr. Nyamoga receiving a Gift from one of the Co-Supervisor Associate Professor Hanne K. Sjølie

 Dr. Nyamoga after his Defense

 Dr. Nyamoga after his Defense

Dr. Nyamoga with his Main Supervisor Professor Birger Solberg during Dinner party After successfully defending his PhD

Dr. Nyamoga with his Main Supervisor Professor Birger Solberg during Dinner party (After successfully defending his PhD)

More information about Dr. Nyamoga please visit his profile at

https://www.cfwt.sua.ac.tz/economics/index.php/greyson-zabron-nyamoga

 

 

For more information please contact;

Principal,
College of Forestry, Wildlife and Tourism

Sokoine University of Agriculture

P.O Box 3009

Morogoro – Tanzania

Telephone: +255 23 260 3459

Fax: +255 23 260 4648

Mob: +255754948708 or +255719830053

Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 
Website: https://www.cfwt.sua.ac.tz

Development Corridor Partnership (DCP) Project SUA Team conducting fieldwork in SAGCOT clusters

Partners from Tanzania, Kenya, China and UK are coming together to build capacity so that development corridor decision-making can be based on sound scientific evidence and effective use of available planning tools and procedures.

The Partnership is building capacity among researchers, practitioners, government and private sector actors to deliver sustainable development corridors in East Africa. This include increasing availability of the best tools and analyses and the skill to use them.

The aim of the fieldwork is to collect information on ecosystem services, biodiversity, natural resources, climate change and community livelihood in Kilombero and Mbarali clusters of Southern Agricultural Growth Corridor of Tanzania (SAGCOT).

Welcoming remarks by the Planning Officer for Kilombero District Council Mr. Ludwig Ngakoka

Welcoming remarks by the Planning Officer for Kilombero District Council, Mr. Ludwig Ngakoka

 Prof. Japhet J. Kashaigili introducing DCP project to experts from the Kilombero District Council

Prof. Japhet J. Kashaigili introducing DCP project to experts from the Kilombero District Council

Experts of Kilombero District Council paying attention on the project introduction

Experts of Kilombero District Council paying attention on the project introduction

 Prof. Pantaleo K. Munishi presenting the concept of Ecosystems Services Natural Capital Biodiversity and Climate Change

Prof. Pantaleo K. Munishi presenting the concept of Ecosystems Services, Natural Capital, Biodiversity and Climate Change

 Experts of Kilombero District Council paying attention on the presentation on Ecosystems Services Natural Capital Biodiversity and Climate Change

Experts of Kilombero District Council paying attention on the presentation on Ecosystems Services, Natural Capital, Biodiversity and Climate Change

Experts of Kilombero District Council ranking the Ecosystem Services based on importance to community wellbeing

Experts of Kilombero District Council ranking the Ecosystem Services based on importance to community wellbeing

Discussion on the measures and prioritization of solutions for handling drivers and threats to ecosystem services and natural resourcespng

Discussion on the measures and prioritization of solutions for handling drivers and threats to ecosystem services and natural resources.

The Development Corridors Partnership project will run until December 2021 and is funded by the UK Research Council’s Global Challenges Research Fund.

 

 

For more information please contact:

Co-PIs: Prof. P.K.T Munishi and Prof.  J.J. Kashaigili

Sokoine University of Agriculture

Development Corridor Partnership Project ,

College of Forestry, Wildlife and Tourism,

PO Box 3009, Chuo Kikuu, Morogoro, Tanzania

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Get in touch

Visit Project Website at: www.developmentcorridors.org

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Twitter: @devcorridors 

 

DCP partiners

Training needs assessment stakeholders’ workshop on development of curriculum for a proposed BSc. (Wood Technologies and Value Addition) degree programme

The College of Forestry, Wildlife and Tourism (CFWT) though the Department of Forest Engineering and Wood Sciences conducted a one day training needs assessment stakeholders’ workshop on development of curriculum for a proposed BSc. (Wood Technologies and Value Addition) degree programme on 19th August 2019 in the SUA Council Chamber, Sokoine University of Agriculture, Morogoro.

The workshop was attended by various stakeholders from within Sokoine University of Agriculture and beyond including Tanzania Commission for Science and Technology (COSTECH), The Tanzania Forestry Research Institute (TAFORI), The Forest Industry Training Institute (FITI), Tanzania Forest Service Agency (TFS), Forestry Training Institute (FTI) Olmotonyi to mention few.

The main objective of the BSc (Wood Technologies and Value Addition) curriculum is to produce graduates with broad technical knowledge of wood processing and associated hands on skills to fulfill their professional demands in the highly competitive global market with confidence, outstanding ethical and moral values.

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Prof. Fortunatus B.S. Makonda, Head of Department of Forest Engineering and Wood Sciences making an introduction and welcome remarks to participants to actively contribute their comments on the workshop.

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Opening remarks by Prof. Esron D. Karimuribo, Director of Postgraduate Studies, Research, Technology Transfer and Consultancy, Sokoine University of Agriculture, Morogoro.

Participants pay attention for opening remarks by Prof. Esron D. Karimuribo

Workshop participants pay attention to the opening remarks by Prof. Esron D. Karimuribo

Workshop participants

Prof. George Migunga making a clarification about TCU and international standard of the curriculum for a proposed BSc. Wood Technologies and Value Addition

Prof. George Migunga making a clarification about TCU and international standard of the curriculum for a proposed BSc. (Wood Technologies and Value Addition)

Prof. Reuben Mwamakimbullal clarifying the time allocation for core and elective course of the proposed curriculum

Prof. Reuben Mwamakimbullal clarifying the time allocation for core and elective course of the proposed curriculum

Workshop facilitator Dr. Berno Mnembuka describing group assignment packages to the participants

Workshop facilitator, Dr. Berno Mnembuka describing group assignment packages to the participants

 

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Goup work presentation 

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For more information please contact;

Head of Department,

Prof. Fortunatus B.S. Makonda,

Department of Forest Engineering and Wood Sciences,

College of Forestry, Wildlife and Tourism,

Sokoine University of Agriculture,

P. O. Box 3014 Morogoro, TANZANIA.

Tel: +255 260 234648

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

 

College of Forestry, Wildlife and Tourism joins SUA and Morogoro community to welcome the South African President His Excellency Cyril Ramaphosa

President Cyril Ramaphosa of South Africa is undertaking his first State visit since he was elected President in May, to Sokoine University of Agriculture, Morogoro, Tanzania, today (16 August 2019).

College of Forestry, Wildlife and Tourism (CFWT) joined SUA and Morogoro community to welcome the South African President His Excellency Cyril Ramaphosa.

President Cyril Ramaphosa was accompanied by the Prime Minister of the United Republic of Tanzania, Hon. Kassim Majaliwa (MP), Minister for Foreign Affairs and East African Cooperation, Prof. Palamagamba Kabundi, Minister for Education, Prof. Joyce Ndalichako, and Minister for Information, Culture, Arts and Sports, Dr. Harrison Mwakyembe.

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President Cyril Ramaphosa planting a memorial tree at the Solomon Mahlangu College of Sciences and Education (SMCOSE), Sokoine University of Agriculture, Morogoro, Tanzania.

A memorial tree planted by the South African President His Excellency Cyril Ramaphosa was prepared by the College of Forestry, Wildlife and Tourism (CFWT).

 

Remarks by President Cyril Ramaphosa during his visit to Sokoine University of Agriculture in Morogoro, State visit to the United Republic of Tanzania, 16th August 2019

Prime Minister of the United Republic of Tanzania, The Right Honourable Kassim Majaliwa,
Morogoro Regional Commissioner, Dr Steven Kebwe,
Vice Chancellor of the Sokoine University of Agriculture, Prof Raphael Chibunda,
Head of the SOMAFCO Trust, Mr Tlholo Mohlathe,
Ministers, High Commissioners,
Distinguished Guests,
Ladies and Gentlemen,

Let me first express my heartfelt condolences to the people of Morogoro and Tanzania for the tragedy that took the lives of over 76 people almost a week ago. We wish those still in hospital a speedy recovery.

Today, we have come home.

We have returned to the place which, for three decades, provided shelter, comfort, nourishment and knowledge to thousands of South African freedom fighters.

This is a homecoming for several members of my delegation who lived here at some time in their exile lives.

Some were born here or came here as babies.

Yet, even for those who have never been here before, or even for those who never spent time, first in Magadu and then here in Mazimbu, this is a moment of great significance and meaning.

Most South Africans feel an affinity to Tanzania, especially to Morogoro.

No account of the anti-apartheid struggle is complete without Tanzania and in particular Morogoro’s chapter in that inspiring human narrative.

These are names that feature prominently in the telling of the stories of our struggle for freedom, and that will live forever in our national memory.

A number of important meetings were held here, and among those was the ANC’s landmark consultative conference, which was held here in Morogoro in 1969.

This year we mark its 50th anniversary.

The Conference was a pivotal moment in the struggle for our liberation, a moment of renewal and revitalisation.

The Morogoro Conference effectively defined the course of our struggle for the next two decades.

In fact, the frank, sometimes heated, discussions held here in Morogoro continue to echo through the liberation movement half a century later.

Although we now wage a new struggle – for economic emancipation – under very different conditions, the ‘1969 Strategy and Tactics document’ adopted here in Morogoro remains, to this day, an important and enduring point of reference.

The Morogoro Conference was made possible by the generosity of the government and people of the newly-independent Tanzania.

It was made possible, in particular, by the courageous leadership of Mwalimu Julius Nyerere, who had a vision of a free and independent Africa in which all its people could exercise their right to self-determination.

Guided by his conviction, Tanzania offered itself as a base for several liberation movements from across the region, including the ANC, PAC, FRELIMO, MPLA, ZAPU, ZANU and SWAPO.

Tanzania welcomed and housed large numbers of freedom fighters and refugees from struggles across Southern and sub-Saharan Africa, providing an escape for those endangered by colonial oppression, wars of liberation and natural disasters.

In elaborating this selfless support for liberation movements, Tanzania encouraged and promoted African unity and solidarity.

For this, Tanzania paid a heavy price as the colonial and apartheid rulers of neighbouring states sought to destabilise the country and undermine its economy.

Tanzania will forever be remembered as the heart of the Southern African liberation struggle, and the people of our countries will remain forever grateful.

Distinguished Guests,

Ladies and Gentlemen,

Today, we return to feel with our own hands the soil that sustained our freedom fighters over the many dark years of oppression, the soil in which the remains of several of these freedom fighters are now interred.

This is the soil that continues to provide life and sustenance to our Tanzanian brothers and sisters.

It is the soil on which the future of a prosperous, free and peaceful Africa will be built.

We therefore return here not only to remember, not only to pay tribute to the courageous women and men who made sacrifices and fought for our freedom, not only to convey our everlasting gratitude to the people of Tanzania.

We return here because we desire – like the people of this area and all the people of Tanzania – to see this as a place of development, of commerce, of learning and of prosperity.

Together with the people of Tanzania, we want this place to have a future that is as glorious as its past.

That is why we are greatly encouraged by initiatives like the SOMAFCO Future Africa Precinct, which aims to remember and celebrate our past while investing in infrastructure and economic opportunities that make a tangible difference in the lives of the people of this area.

This builds on the valuable work that the SOMAFCO Trust has been doing over several years to deepen the ties of solidarity and understanding between the youth of South Africa and Tanzania and thereby encouraging tourism and other investments opportunities.

It is work that serves to remind young people of the importance of this place in the history of our country and of the contribution that Tanzania and several other African countries made to the attainment of our freedom.

Through these efforts, the ties between Morogoro and South Africa have been sustained although a quarter of a century has passed since most of our people went back home.

It is our task now, as the heirs of this great heritage, to deepen these ties through economic cooperation and development.

We need to work together to bring investment into this region, to develop social and economic infrastructure, to create employment and opportunity.

Let us work together to open up markets in South Africa and other parts of the region for the goods produced in this region.

Let us share the skills, knowledge, experience and technology that we possess.

Let us work together to make the African Continental Free Trade Area a powerful instrument for industrialisation and inclusive development.

Between us, and together, we have the means to transform our countries, our region and our continent.

The foundation for this great and noble undertaking are to be found here, in this earth.

On behalf of the Government and people of South Africa, I wish to express our heartfelt gratitude to President Magufuli and the people of Tanzania for the invitation to feel once again the warm soil of Mazimbu.

We look forward to working together – side by side – to build a future for the peoples of our two great nations and for the people of Africa.

I thank you.

Asante Sana.

Issued by: The Presidency of the Republic of South Africa, Pretoria

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South African President Cyril Ramaphosa and his host, Prime Minister of the United Republic of Tanzania, Hon. Kassim Majaliwa (MP), visit the cemetery  for fallen South African freedom fighters in Solomon Mahlangu College of Sciences and Education (SMCOSE), Sokoine University of Agriculture, Morogoro Municipality, Tanzania.

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President Cyril Ramaphosa lays a wreath on the graves of the freedom fighters at the Solomon Mahlangu College of Sciences and Education (SMCOSE), Morogoro, Tanzania.

 

For video event please visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tfhp15B42cI

 

Our address;

Principal,
College of Forestry, Wildlife  and Tourism,
Sokoine University of Agriculture
P.O Box  3009
Morogoro - Tanzania
Telephone: +255 23 260 3459
Fax: +255 23 260 4648
Mob: +255754948708 or +255719830053
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 
Website: https://www.cfwt.sua.ac.tz

 

 

College of Forestry, Wildlife and Tourism participates in Nane Nane Exhibitions 2019, Morogoro

The College of Forestry, Wildlife and Tourism is showing and demostrating various technologies and products of forestry, wildlife and tourism in the Sokoine University of Agriculture Building during Nane Nane Exhibitions 2019. Welcome and looking forward to demostrate our technologies and products to you, don't plan to miss visiting our sections. College of Forestry, Wildlife and Tourism is the best college in area of forestry, wildlife and tourism in Africa and world at large.

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Sokoine University of Agriculture Building in Nane Nane, Morogoro.

 SUA Bamboo products

 Various Bamboo products in Nane Nane, Morogoro.

Demostration of beekeeping

Demostration section for beekeeping practices

 bee products

 Bee products

tree seedlings for demostration

Tree seedlings

wildlife specimens

Wildlife Management and Tourism Section

 posters

 

For more information please contact;

Principal,
College of Forestry, Wildlife  and Tourism,
Sokoine University of Agriculture
P.O Box  3009
Morogoro - Tanzania
Telephone: +255 23 260 3459
Fax: +255 23 260 4648
Mob: +255754948708 or +255719830053
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 
Website: https://www.cfwt.sua.ac.tz

Field Practical Training in Botany and Ecology at Saadani National Park

BSc WLM Semester 2 Field Practical Training in Botany and Ecology at Saadani National Park.  Students undertaking Ecological and Botanic Surveys to understand the ecology of the Park and its biodiversity.

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 Practicing Botany and Ecology in the Woodland and grasslands of Saadan National Park

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 Prof. RPC Temu demostrating the best practices for identification and collection of plant specimen for herbarium 

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 Biodiversity assessment in the Woodland and grasslands of Saadan National Park

 

 

For more information please contact

Prof. P.K.T. Munishi

Department of Ecosystems and Conservation,

College of Forestry, Wildlife and Tourism,

PO Box 3010, Chuo Kikuu, Morogoro, Tanzania

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+255 754 591 849

Wildlife buffer-zone training practical at SUA Darajambili Campus and Muhuwesi Field area, Ruvuma

The College of Forestry, Wildlife and Tourism, SUA, has recently acquired areas in Ruvuma region for the purpose of enhancing its mission. Among others are two sites Darajambili Campus and Muhuwesi Field area, (wildlife training buffer-zone) specifically targeting the Wildlife Management.
In its effort to initiate operationalization of these sites,  91 students of 3rd Year BSc Wildlife students 2018/2019 are undergoing Field Practical Training between 21 July to 3rd August 2013. These well trained prospective professionals are putting into practice their skills, as a pioneer group to the training sites, to provide baseline information on physical development structures in terms of buildings (including campsites), roads and communication logistics – under Prof Shemwetta. Furthermore under Dr Sayuni Mariki, the FTP will provide report on initial resource mapping of the field area, wildlife tourism & ecotourism and aspects of wildlife utilization in the surrounding WMAs

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Prof. Shemwetta (with black coat jacket) and 3rd Year BSc Wildlife students at SUA Tunduru Campus, Ruvuma

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Tent Camp just off Tunduru-Masasi road. This camp served as a base for surveying 6km access road (about 6km), boundaries  and location of a permanent Camp in the prospective SUATPA

 Data analysis

 Field data analysis and presentation 

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For more information please contact

Prof. Dustan Shemwetta

Department of Forest Engineering and Wood Sciences

College of Forestry, Wildlife and Tourism,

PO Box 3009, Chuo Kikuu, Morogoro, Tanzania

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+255 754 363 649