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

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