Vedasto G Ndibalema

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Name:  Vedasto G Ndibalema (Associate Professor)
Department: Wildlife Management
P.O. Box: 3073
Phone: +255 753 545 888
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Research Area: Ecology, Wildlife and Aquatic Resources Management.


Personal Particulars

Surname:                 Ndibalema

Othernames:       Vedasto Gabriel

Date of birth:      30.04.1962

Place of Birth:     Bukoba

Nationality:        Tanzanian

Marital Status:    Married with four children

Present Address

Department of Wildlife Management, Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA)
P.O. Box 3073, Morogoro, Tanzania
Tel:+255 23 260 1376, Mobile: +255 753 545888
 Fax: +255 23 260 1376; Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS

2003-2007: PhD in Conservation Biology at NTNU-Trondheim, Norway.

1994-1995: MSc. in Wildlife Management and Control, University of Reading- UK

1987-1991: BSc. Zoology and Wildlife Ecology, University of Dar Es Salaam,Tanzania.

1984-1986: Diploma in Fisheries Management, Kunduchi Fisheries Institute - Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania

1982-1984: Certificate in Fisheries Management. Nyegezi Fisheries Institute-Mwanza, Tanzania


PUBLICATIONS

Emanuel H. Martin, Ndibalema, V. G. & Francesco Rovero (2016): Does seasonality affect detectability of forest mammal’s with camera traps? A case study from the Udzungwa Mountains of Tanzania?  African Journal of Ecology (doi: 10.1111/aje.12312)

Emanuel H. Martin, Nathalie Cavadab, Ndibalema, V. G. and Francesco Rovero (2015). Modelling fine scale habitat association of small to large forest mammals in the Udzungwa Mountain of Tanzania. Tropical Zoology. (dx.doi.org/10.1089/08946975.2015)

Ndibalema, V.G. & Oliver Fedha. Assessment of frog’s habitat quality using Rana species along Morogoro River. Journal of Zoology (Submitted)

Kioko, J., Ndibalema, V.G., Festa, C., Kuzmick, S., Stanislawski, E., Kiffner, C: Tourist wildlife viewing patterns in Serengeti National Park, Tanzania. (In Press)

Emanuel H. Martin, Vedasto G. Ndibalema & Francesco Rovero.The effect of human disturbance on relative abundance of medium to large bodied forest mammals in the Udzungwa Mountains of Tanzania (In Press.)

John Kioko, Christian Kiffner, Ndibalema, V.G., Elyse Hartnett & Carey Seefeld (2015). Maasai people and elephants: values and perceptions. Indian Journal of Tradit. Knowledge 1 (1),13-19

Kicheleri, R.,Munishi, P.K.T., Ndibalema, V.G., and Kilungu, H., (2013). Abundance and diversity of wild mammals along a hydrological gradient in Usangu Wetland Tanzania. Tanzania Journal of Forest and Nature Conservation. Vol 82 (2). Pp 27- 41

Ndibalema, V.G., Maganga, S.LS.,Qolli N. S. (2014). Some effects of elephants  browsing on acacia trees in Ruaha National Park, Tanzania. Ethiopian Journal of  Environmental Studies & Management 7(2):124-133

 Glass, A., Prestridge, C., Gharat, Y., Ndibalema, V G. & Kioko, J. (2012). Notes on Birds of Seronera Area, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania. Tanzania J. of Forestry &  Nature Conservation

Kiffner, C., Ndibalema, V.G., Kioko, J. (2012). Leopard (Panther pardus) aggregation and interaction with Olive baboon (Papio anubis) in Serengeti National Park - African Journal of Ecology, 51(1):168-171.

Ndibalema,V.G. (2010). Spatial Distribution of wildebeest in Serengeti National  Park, Tanzania. Tanzania Journal of Forestry and Nature Conservation, 79(2):212-218.

Ndibalema,V.G. (2008). A comparison of sex ratio, birth periods and calf survival Among Serengeti wildebeest sub-populations.African Journal of Ecology; 47(4):574- 789.

Ndibalema V.G., Mduma, S., Stokke, S. & Røskaft, E. (2007). Relationship between       road dust and ungulate density in Serengeti National Park, Tanzania. Afr.Journal of    Ecology 46:547–555.

Ndibalema V.G. & Songorwa, A. (2007). ‘Illegal Meat Hunting in Serengeti:    Dynamics in Consumption and Preferences’. African Journal of Ecology 46:311-319.

Yonas, N., Songorwa, A.N. & Ndibalema, V.G. (2007). Contribution of Wildlife-  Based Tourism to Community Development around the Northern Sector of Selous   Game Reserve, Tanzania. Rural Planning Journal, 8 (1):46-55.

Ndibalema, V.G., S.N. Hassan, A.N. Songorwa & W.S. Mwakilema (2006). The   status of Trails and Visitors’ Hiking Experiences with Mweka and Marangu Routes on     Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania. UONGOZI Journal of Management and Development    Dynamics, 18(1): 27-43.

Hassan, S. N., Ndibalema, V.G. & Niima, Q. S. (2004). Wet season abundance and  distribution of riparian birds in Morogoro Municipal, Tanzania. Tanzania Journal of   Forestry and Nature Conservation 75:17- 25.

 Kimbi, G. & Ndibalema, V. G. (2001). Management of Natural Resources - A Module In: A Training module on Management of Natural Resources and Food Security:  SADC-FOOD Agriculture and Natural Resources Development Unit, Harare,    Zimbabwe. pp 77-86

Ndibalema, V.G. (2010). Conservation of African National Parks: Challenges from  Migratory Mammals. In: Conservation of Natural Resources: Africa and Asia  Examples, E.J.Gereta & E. Roskaft (Editors): Tapir Academic Press, Trondheim,  Norway. Page 324-339

Ndibalema, V.G. (2010). Demographic variation, distribution and habitat use between Wildebeest sub-populations in Serengeti National Park: Tanzania. In. Conservation of     Natural Resources: Africa and Asia Examples, E.J.Gereta & E. Roskaft (Editors):  Tapir Academic Press, Trondheim, Norway. Page 340-35.

 Ndibalema V.G, Mduma S.A.R, Stokke S, Røskaft E. (2009). Can Serengeti         Migration Cause Variation in Wildebeest Body Condition? In: TAWIRI (Ed) 

 Proceedings of the sixth TAWIRI Scientific Conference, 3rd-6th December 2007. AICC, Arusha, Tanzania, pp. 574-587.

Ndibalema, V.G. (2008). Spatial Distribution of Wildebeest in Serengeti National Park,  Tanzania. Ecological Society of East Africa (ESEA) Conference Held on 22-23 May 2008, at Oasis Hotel - Morogoro, Tanzania.

Ndibalema, V.G., Mduma, S.A.R., Stokke, S. & Røskaft, E. (2007). Variation in adult wildebeest body condition in the Serengeti National Park, Tanzania. Conference Contributions for the 6th International Zoo and Wildlife Research Conference on Behaviour, Physiology and Genetics. Berlin, Germany, 7th – 10th October, 2007 pp 87-88.

Ndibalema, V.G. (2007). A comparative review of sex ratio, birth period and calf survival among Serengeti wildebeest sub-populations. Conference Contributions for the 6th International Zoo and Wildlife Research Conference on Behaviour, Physiology and Genetics. Berlin, Germany, 7th – 10th October, 2007 pp 89-91.

Ndibalema, V.G., Mduma, S.A.R., Stokke, S. & Røskaft, E. (2007). Variation in adult wildebeest body condition in the Serengeti National Park, Tanzania. Conference Contributions for the 6th International Zoo and Wildlife Research Conference on Behaviour, Physiology and Genetics. Berlin, Germany, 7th – 10th October, 2007.

Ndibalema V.G. (2007). Demographic consequence from variation in wildebeest body condition in the Serengeti National Park 6th TAWIRI Scientific Conference, held on 3-6 December, 2007 at the Arusha International Conference Centre (AICC) in Arusha, Tanzania.

Ndibalema,V.G., E. Røskaft, J. du Toit, S. Stokke, S.A.R. Mduma (2005). Variation in adult sex ratio and calf mortality among Serengeti wildebeest sub-populations. Tanzania Wildlife Research Institute (TAWIRI) 5th Annual Scientific Conference, 2 - 5th December 2005 - Arusha, Tanzania.

 Hassan, S.N. & Ndibalema, V.G. (2002). The Beekeeping in Lake Rukwa Basin, Tanzania; its connotation on biodiversity conservation and the way forward. Proceedings of the third Scientific Conference, Tanzania Wildlife Research Institute (TAWIRI), Arusha, December 4-6, 2003. Pp 362-373.

Ndibalema, V.G., Maganga, S. L.S., Kideghesho, J.R. & Shombe-Hassan, N. (2000). Wildlife Management Training in the New Millennium in Africa: With Emphasis to Tanzania African Wildlife Management in the New Millennium. Conference Proceedings: Volume 1. College of African Wildlife Management Mweka, Moshi, Tanzania. 13th - 15th December 2000.

Kideghesho J.R., Shombe-Hassan,N., Maganga, S. L.S.  & Ndibalema, V.G. (2000). Participatory Land-Use Planning as An Entry Point in Safeguarding the Kwakuchinja Wildlife corridor, Tanzania. African Wildlife Management in the New Millennium. Conference Proceedings: Volume 1. College of African Wildlife Management Mweka, Moshi, Tanzania. 13th - 15th December 2000.

Shombe-Hassan, N., Kideghesho, J. R., Ndibalema, V.G., Kahana, L.W.T. (2000). Towards Transforming Wildlife from Liability to an Economic Asset: An Experience of Tanzania: African Wildlife Management in the New Millennium. Conference Proceedings: Volume 2. College of African Wildlife Management Mweka, Moshi, Tanzania. 13th - 15th December 2000.


 

 STUDENTS SUPERVISION

Post Graduates

  1. 2016-2019: Egidius James Rwebuga (PhD). Investigating Taboos, Local beliefs and Myths that can complement modern wildlife conservation efforts in Tanzania: A comparative study of villages in the southern and north-western Tanzania.
  2. 2012-16: Emanuel Martin (PhD). Revealing Patterns of Temporal and spatial Variations in a forest mammal Community in the Udzungwa Mountains of Tanzania
  3. 2015-2016: Rehema Mchome (MSc.): Social economic impacts of human-wildlife conflicts around Mount Udzungwa National Park
  4. 2015-2016: Theodora Batiho, A. (2015): Assessment of Conservation and Livelihoods values of half-time Forest strip in Kilimanjaro National Park
  5. 2013-14: Yustin R. Njamasi – The impact of Human Activities on wildlife migratory corridors in Tarangire – Manyara Ecosystem (TME): Th e case of Kwakuchinja- Mbugwe Wildlife Corridor
  6. 2010- 12: Qolli N. Stephano (MSc. MNRSA): Effects of elephants browsing on Acacia trees in Ruaha National Park, Tanzania
  7. 2010 -12: Sudi M. Kundelya (MSc. MNRSA); The role of Tourism in the Socioeconomic Livelihood of the Communities Surrounding Saadani National Park, Tanzania

Undergraduates

  1. 2015-2016: Bilishani Grace - Success and Failure of Burunge Wildlife Management Areas From The Local Perspectives
  2. 2015-2016: Irene Kileo-Can Tarangire- Manyara Ecosystem Sustain Lion Population?
  3. 2014-2015: Hilda Limbe - Assessment of Threats that might progressively reduce    hedgehogs survival around SUA main campus
  4. 2014-2015: Kaduma Hapiness – Assessment of Challenges faced by honey producers in Tabora Region: The Case of Kipalapala and Mambali Villages
  5. 2013-2014: Allan E. Msagati - Assessment of Environmental Impact on Tourism Activities and Mitigation Measures for Sustainable Tourism Management
  6. 2013-2014: Oliver Fedha – Assessment of Frog’s habitat using haematological indicesmalong Morogoro River
  7. 2013-2014: Elisante A. Emaculate – Assessment of diets taken by frogs around Mazimbu Campus
  8. 2013-2014: Muhango J. Innocent – How does poaching affect tourism Industry?
  1. 2013-2014: Mwakalikalikamo Amney – Assessment of Transformed lands into Agritourism:  A case of Rungwe smallholder’s tea growers association (RSTG
  1. 2011-2012: Tito Loney - Assessment of Human Perception toward snakes between  Pastoralists and Farm Areas in Meserani Village.
  1. 2011-2012: Diana Marwa – Assessment of the Contribution of Information and Communication Technology used by Tanzania Tourism Board in Marketing  and Promoting Tourism Industry in Tanzania  .          
  1. 2011-2012: Edda Bulugu – The Impact of Accommodation facilities in the Development of Tourism in Morogoro.
  1. 2011-2012: Joan Nyanda -  Opportunities of tarmac road to the growth of cultural tourism in Mto Wa Mbu Area.
  2. 2011-2012: Filipo Doto – Promotion of Cultural Tourism by using other Tourism  Service Providers in Morogoro
  3. 2011-2012: Sakina Abdalla – Assessment of local community participation in  Tourism Development in Nungwi Village Zanzibar
  4. 2011-2012: Magreth Mponda - Challenges facing employees in the tourism sector:The case of Dar Es Salaam
  5. 2011-2012: Ally Zarafi – Attraction and Development of tourism in Masasi District
  6. 2011-2012: Salome Charles - The Contribution of Tourism in creation of self- employment: the case study of Mikum, Morogoro 
  7. 2011-2012: Winifrida Shayo - Assessing the role of drink industry in the growth   of tourism in Morogoro Town
  8. 2011-2012: Rashid Fatuma - Level of visitor’s satisfaction, interest and  perception towards the quality of tourism services offered in Udzungwa Mountains N/Park

RESEARCH AND CONSULTANCY

  • Team Member: African Bio services Project – Supported by EU (2015-2019)
  • Team Member - Wildlife Population Ecology and Human-Wildlife Interactions in and around Saadani National Park, Tanzania - VRIL (2009-2014)
  • Team Leader - The status and Effectiveness of Wildlife Conservation in northern Tanzania – SFS and AWF (2012-2016)
  • Team Leader - Challenges in Wildlife Conservation, how to resolve Conflicts between local populations and Wildlife conservation priorities in Northern Tanzania (2013) - Building Stronger Universities in Developing Countries: Growth and Development Platform
  • Team Member - One Health Central and Eastern Africa (OHCEA) Network. A collaborative research in Kilosa District on health issues associated with human Wildlife-livestock interaction 2013
  • Team Leader - Challenges in Wildlife Conservation, how to resolve Conflicts between local populations and wildlife conservation priorities in Northern Tanzania (2012) -  
  • Member: Building Stronger Universities in Developing Countries: Growth and Development Platform.
  • Team Leader - Entrepreneurship and Local Sustainable Tourism Development (2012-2017) - NORAD
  • Team Leader - The status and Effectiveness of Wildlife Conservation in northern Tanzania – SFS and AWF (2012-2016)
  • Team Leader - Wildlife Population Ecology and Human-Wildlife Interactions in and around Saadani National Park, Tanzania - VRIL (2009-2014)
  • Team Member - EKOSIASA: The Political Ecology of Wildlife and Forest Governance in Tanzania –NUFU (2010-2012)
  • Team Leader - Ecological Factors Influencing Trade-offs between Conservation and Development in Tanzania – the case of Saadani National Park and Usangu plains -ACSC working in the World of Tradeoffs, USA (2009-2011).
  • Team Member: Biodiversity and Human-wildlife Interface: Serengeti Ecosystem –NUFU (2003-2005)
  • Apiculture: Lake Rukwa Basin, Tanzania. Funded by CIC/ROME LAKE Rukwa Basin Integrated PROJECT (2002-2003)
  • External Reviewer for COSTECH Research Projects (2014-15) – I have reviewed 5 Research project proposals
  • Team Member - Entrepreneurship and Local Sustainable Tourism Development (2012-2017) – Client: NORAD
  • External Reviewer:  Final Draft Report of the Performance Audit on Management of Wildlife Hunting in Game Reserves and Game Controlled Areas: Client –Controller and Audit General (CAG) Dar Es Salaam 2013
  • External Examiner of SEKOMU, Tanga 2013 – 2015
  • External Examiner of SMMUCo, Moshi 2013 – 2015
  • Team Member - Apiculture: Lake Rukwa Basin, Tanzania. Client: CIC/ROME Lake  
  • Rukwa Basin Integrated Project 2000
  • Team Leader (1997) - Worker’s Job and Salary Grading Structure of the          College of Wildlife Management Mweka (CAWM), Moshi, Tanzania. Funded by CAWM Governing Body

 

Name:  Vedasto G Ndibalema (Associate Professor)
Department: Wildlife Management
P.O. Box: 3073
Phone: +255 753 545 888
Email:ndibalema@sua.ac.tz
Research Area: Ecology, Wildlife and Aquatic Resources Management.


Personal Particulars

Surname:                 Ndibalema

Othernames:       Vedasto Gabriel

Date of birth:      30.04.1962

Place of Birth:     Bukoba

Nationality:        Tanzanian

Marital Status:    Married with four children

Present Address

Department of Wildlife Management, Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA)
P.O. Box 3073, Morogoro, Tanzania
Tel:+255 23 260 1376, Mobile: +255 753 545888
 Fax: +255 23 260 1376; Email: ndibalema@suanet.ac.tz; vndibalemas@yahoo.co.uk


ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS

2003-2007: PhD in Conservation Biology at NTNU-Trondheim, Norway.

1994-1995: MSc. in Wildlife Management and Control, University of Reading- UK

1987-1991: BSc. Zoology and Wildlife Ecology, University of Dar Es Salaam,Tanzania.

1984-1986: Diploma in Fisheries Management, Kunduchi Fisheries Institute - Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania

1982-1984: Certificate in Fisheries Management. Nyegezi Fisheries Institute-Mwanza, Tanzania


PUBLICATIONS

Emanuel H. Martin, Ndibalema, V. G. & Francesco Rovero (2016): Does seasonality affect detectability of forest mammal’s with camera traps? A case study from the Udzungwa Mountains of Tanzania?  African Journal of Ecology (doi: 10.1111/aje.12312)

Emanuel H. Martin, Nathalie Cavadab, Ndibalema, V. G. and Francesco Rovero (2015). Modelling fine scale habitat association of small to large forest mammals in the Udzungwa Mountain of Tanzania. Tropical Zoology. (dx.doi.org/10.1089/08946975.2015)

Ndibalema, V.G. & Oliver Fedha. Assessment of frog’s habitat quality using Rana species along Morogoro River. Journal of Zoology (Submitted)

Kioko, J., Ndibalema, V.G., Festa, C., Kuzmick, S., Stanislawski, E., Kiffner, C: Tourist wildlife viewing patterns in Serengeti National Park, Tanzania. (In Press)

Emanuel H. Martin, Vedasto G. Ndibalema & Francesco Rovero.The effect of human disturbance on relative abundance of medium to large bodied forest mammals in the Udzungwa Mountains of Tanzania (In Press.)

John Kioko, Christian Kiffner, Ndibalema, V.G., Elyse Hartnett & Carey Seefeld (2015). Maasai people and elephants: values and perceptions. Indian Journal of Tradit. Knowledge 1 (1),13-19

Kicheleri, R.,Munishi, P.K.T., Ndibalema, V.G., and Kilungu, H., (2013). Abundance and diversity of wild mammals along a hydrological gradient in Usangu Wetland Tanzania. Tanzania Journal of Forest and Nature Conservation. Vol 82 (2). Pp 27- 41

Ndibalema, V.G., Maganga, S.LS.,Qolli N. S. (2014). Some effects of elephants  browsing on acacia trees in Ruaha National Park, Tanzania. Ethiopian Journal of  Environmental Studies & Management 7(2):124-133

 Glass, A., Prestridge, C., Gharat, Y., Ndibalema, V G. & Kioko, J. (2012). Notes on Birds of Seronera Area, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania. Tanzania J. of Forestry &  Nature Conservation

Kiffner, C., Ndibalema, V.G., Kioko, J. (2012). Leopard (Panther pardus) aggregation and interaction with Olive baboon (Papio anubis) in Serengeti National Park - African Journal of Ecology, 51(1):168-171.

Ndibalema,V.G. (2010). Spatial Distribution of wildebeest in Serengeti National  Park, Tanzania. Tanzania Journal of Forestry and Nature Conservation, 79(2):212-218.

Ndibalema,V.G. (2008). A comparison of sex ratio, birth periods and calf survival Among Serengeti wildebeest sub-populations.African Journal of Ecology; 47(4):574- 789.

Ndibalema V.G., Mduma, S., Stokke, S. & Røskaft, E. (2007). Relationship between       road dust and ungulate density in Serengeti National Park, Tanzania. Afr.Journal of    Ecology 46:547–555.

Ndibalema V.G. & Songorwa, A. (2007). ‘Illegal Meat Hunting in Serengeti:    Dynamics in Consumption and Preferences’. African Journal of Ecology 46:311-319.

Yonas, N., Songorwa, A.N. & Ndibalema, V.G. (2007). Contribution of Wildlife-  Based Tourism to Community Development around the Northern Sector of Selous   Game Reserve, Tanzania. Rural Planning Journal, 8 (1):46-55.

Ndibalema, V.G., S.N. Hassan, A.N. Songorwa & W.S. Mwakilema (2006). The   status of Trails and Visitors’ Hiking Experiences with Mweka and Marangu Routes on     Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania. UONGOZI Journal of Management and Development    Dynamics, 18(1): 27-43.

Hassan, S. N., Ndibalema, V.G. & Niima, Q. S. (2004). Wet season abundance and  distribution of riparian birds in Morogoro Municipal, Tanzania. Tanzania Journal of   Forestry and Nature Conservation 75:17- 25.

 Kimbi, G. & Ndibalema, V. G. (2001). Management of Natural Resources - A Module In: A Training module on Management of Natural Resources and Food Security:  SADC-FOOD Agriculture and Natural Resources Development Unit, Harare,    Zimbabwe. pp 77-86

Ndibalema, V.G. (2010). Conservation of African National Parks: Challenges from  Migratory Mammals. In: Conservation of Natural Resources: Africa and Asia  Examples, E.J.Gereta & E. Roskaft (Editors): Tapir Academic Press, Trondheim,  Norway. Page 324-339

Ndibalema, V.G. (2010). Demographic variation, distribution and habitat use between Wildebeest sub-populations in Serengeti National Park: Tanzania. In. Conservation of     Natural Resources: Africa and Asia Examples, E.J.Gereta & E. Roskaft (Editors):  Tapir Academic Press, Trondheim, Norway. Page 340-35.

 Ndibalema V.G, Mduma S.A.R, Stokke S, Røskaft E. (2009). Can Serengeti         Migration Cause Variation in Wildebeest Body Condition? In: TAWIRI (Ed) 

 Proceedings of the sixth TAWIRI Scientific Conference, 3rd-6th December 2007. AICC, Arusha, Tanzania, pp. 574-587.

Ndibalema, V.G. (2008). Spatial Distribution of Wildebeest in Serengeti National Park,  Tanzania. Ecological Society of East Africa (ESEA) Conference Held on 22-23 May 2008, at Oasis Hotel - Morogoro, Tanzania.

Ndibalema, V.G., Mduma, S.A.R., Stokke, S. & Røskaft, E. (2007). Variation in adult wildebeest body condition in the Serengeti National Park, Tanzania. Conference Contributions for the 6th International Zoo and Wildlife Research Conference on Behaviour, Physiology and Genetics. Berlin, Germany, 7th – 10th October, 2007 pp 87-88.

Ndibalema, V.G. (2007). A comparative review of sex ratio, birth period and calf survival among Serengeti wildebeest sub-populations. Conference Contributions for the 6th International Zoo and Wildlife Research Conference on Behaviour, Physiology and Genetics. Berlin, Germany, 7th – 10th October, 2007 pp 89-91.

Ndibalema, V.G., Mduma, S.A.R., Stokke, S. & Røskaft, E. (2007). Variation in adult wildebeest body condition in the Serengeti National Park, Tanzania. Conference Contributions for the 6th International Zoo and Wildlife Research Conference on Behaviour, Physiology and Genetics. Berlin, Germany, 7th – 10th October, 2007.

Ndibalema V.G. (2007). Demographic consequence from variation in wildebeest body condition in the Serengeti National Park 6th TAWIRI Scientific Conference, held on 3-6 December, 2007 at the Arusha International Conference Centre (AICC) in Arusha, Tanzania.

Ndibalema,V.G., E. Røskaft, J. du Toit, S. Stokke, S.A.R. Mduma (2005). Variation in adult sex ratio and calf mortality among Serengeti wildebeest sub-populations. Tanzania Wildlife Research Institute (TAWIRI) 5th Annual Scientific Conference, 2 - 5th December 2005 - Arusha, Tanzania.

 Hassan, S.N. & Ndibalema, V.G. (2002). The Beekeeping in Lake Rukwa Basin, Tanzania; its connotation on biodiversity conservation and the way forward. Proceedings of the third Scientific Conference, Tanzania Wildlife Research Institute (TAWIRI), Arusha, December 4-6, 2003. Pp 362-373.

Ndibalema, V.G., Maganga, S. L.S., Kideghesho, J.R. & Shombe-Hassan, N. (2000). Wildlife Management Training in the New Millennium in Africa: With Emphasis to Tanzania African Wildlife Management in the New Millennium. Conference Proceedings: Volume 1. College of African Wildlife Management Mweka, Moshi, Tanzania. 13th - 15th December 2000.

Kideghesho J.R., Shombe-Hassan,N., Maganga, S. L.S.  & Ndibalema, V.G. (2000). Participatory Land-Use Planning as An Entry Point in Safeguarding the Kwakuchinja Wildlife corridor, Tanzania. African Wildlife Management in the New Millennium. Conference Proceedings: Volume 1. College of African Wildlife Management Mweka, Moshi, Tanzania. 13th - 15th December 2000.

Shombe-Hassan, N., Kideghesho, J. R., Ndibalema, V.G., Kahana, L.W.T. (2000). Towards Transforming Wildlife from Liability to an Economic Asset: An Experience of Tanzania: African Wildlife Management in the New Millennium. Conference Proceedings: Volume 2. College of African Wildlife Management Mweka, Moshi, Tanzania. 13th - 15th December 2000.


 

 STUDENTS SUPERVISION

Post Graduates

  1. 2016-2019: Egidius James Rwebuga (PhD). Investigating Taboos, Local beliefs and Myths that can complement modern wildlife conservation efforts in Tanzania: A comparative study of villages in the southern and north-western Tanzania.
  2. 2012-16: Emanuel Martin (PhD). Revealing Patterns of Temporal and spatial Variations in a forest mammal Community in the Udzungwa Mountains of Tanzania
  3. 2015-2016: Rehema Mchome (MSc.): Social economic impacts of human-wildlife conflicts around Mount Udzungwa National Park
  4. 2015-2016: Theodora Batiho, A. (2015): Assessment of Conservation and Livelihoods values of half-time Forest strip in Kilimanjaro National Park
  5. 2013-14: Yustin R. Njamasi – The impact of Human Activities on wildlife migratory corridors in Tarangire – Manyara Ecosystem (TME): Th e case of Kwakuchinja- Mbugwe Wildlife Corridor
  6. 2010- 12: Qolli N. Stephano (MSc. MNRSA): Effects of elephants browsing on Acacia trees in Ruaha National Park, Tanzania
  7. 2010 -12: Sudi M. Kundelya (MSc. MNRSA); The role of Tourism in the Socioeconomic Livelihood of the Communities Surrounding Saadani National Park, Tanzania

Undergraduates

  1. 2015-2016: Bilishani Grace - Success and Failure of Burunge Wildlife Management Areas From The Local Perspectives
  2. 2015-2016: Irene Kileo-Can Tarangire- Manyara Ecosystem Sustain Lion Population?
  3. 2014-2015: Hilda Limbe - Assessment of Threats that might progressively reduce    hedgehogs survival around SUA main campus
  4. 2014-2015: Kaduma Hapiness – Assessment of Challenges faced by honey producers in Tabora Region: The Case of Kipalapala and Mambali Villages
  5. 2013-2014: Allan E. Msagati - Assessment of Environmental Impact on Tourism Activities and Mitigation Measures for Sustainable Tourism Management
  6. 2013-2014: Oliver Fedha – Assessment of Frog’s habitat using haematological indicesmalong Morogoro River
  7. 2013-2014: Elisante A. Emaculate – Assessment of diets taken by frogs around Mazimbu Campus
  8. 2013-2014: Muhango J. Innocent – How does poaching affect tourism Industry?
  1. 2013-2014: Mwakalikalikamo Amney – Assessment of Transformed lands into Agritourism:  A case of Rungwe smallholder’s tea growers association (RSTG
  1. 2011-2012: Tito Loney - Assessment of Human Perception toward snakes between  Pastoralists and Farm Areas in Meserani Village.
  1. 2011-2012: Diana Marwa – Assessment of the Contribution of Information and Communication Technology used by Tanzania Tourism Board in Marketing  and Promoting Tourism Industry in Tanzania  .          
  1. 2011-2012: Edda Bulugu – The Impact of Accommodation facilities in the Development of Tourism in Morogoro.
  1. 2011-2012: Joan Nyanda -  Opportunities of tarmac road to the growth of cultural tourism in Mto Wa Mbu Area.
  2. 2011-2012: Filipo Doto – Promotion of Cultural Tourism by using other Tourism  Service Providers in Morogoro
  3. 2011-2012: Sakina Abdalla – Assessment of local community participation in  Tourism Development in Nungwi Village Zanzibar
  4. 2011-2012: Magreth Mponda - Challenges facing employees in the tourism sector:The case of Dar Es Salaam
  5. 2011-2012: Ally Zarafi – Attraction and Development of tourism in Masasi District
  6. 2011-2012: Salome Charles - The Contribution of Tourism in creation of self- employment: the case study of Mikum, Morogoro 
  7. 2011-2012: Winifrida Shayo - Assessing the role of drink industry in the growth   of tourism in Morogoro Town
  8. 2011-2012: Rashid Fatuma - Level of visitor’s satisfaction, interest and  perception towards the quality of tourism services offered in Udzungwa Mountains N/Park

RESEARCH AND CONSULTANCY

  • Team Member: African Bio services Project – Supported by EU (2015-2019)
  • Team Member - Wildlife Population Ecology and Human-Wildlife Interactions in and around Saadani National Park, Tanzania - VRIL (2009-2014)
  • Team Leader - The status and Effectiveness of Wildlife Conservation in northern Tanzania – SFS and AWF (2012-2016)
  • Team Leader - Challenges in Wildlife Conservation, how to resolve Conflicts between local populations and Wildlife conservation priorities in Northern Tanzania (2013) - Building Stronger Universities in Developing Countries: Growth and Development Platform
  • Team Member - One Health Central and Eastern Africa (OHCEA) Network. A collaborative research in Kilosa District on health issues associated with human Wildlife-livestock interaction 2013
  • Team Leader - Challenges in Wildlife Conservation, how to resolve Conflicts between local populations and wildlife conservation priorities in Northern Tanzania (2012) -  
  • Member: Building Stronger Universities in Developing Countries: Growth and Development Platform.
  • Team Leader - Entrepreneurship and Local Sustainable Tourism Development (2012-2017) - NORAD
  • Team Leader - The status and Effectiveness of Wildlife Conservation in northern Tanzania – SFS and AWF (2012-2016)
  • Team Leader - Wildlife Population Ecology and Human-Wildlife Interactions in and around Saadani National Park, Tanzania - VRIL (2009-2014)
  • Team Member - EKOSIASA: The Political Ecology of Wildlife and Forest Governance in Tanzania –NUFU (2010-2012)
  • Team Leader - Ecological Factors Influencing Trade-offs between Conservation and Development in Tanzania – the case of Saadani National Park and Usangu plains -ACSC working in the World of Tradeoffs, USA (2009-2011).
  • Team Member: Biodiversity and Human-wildlife Interface: Serengeti Ecosystem –NUFU (2003-2005)
  • Apiculture: Lake Rukwa Basin, Tanzania. Funded by CIC/ROME LAKE Rukwa Basin Integrated PROJECT (2002-2003)
  • External Reviewer for COSTECH Research Projects (2014-15) – I have reviewed 5 Research project proposals
  • Team Member - Entrepreneurship and Local Sustainable Tourism Development (2012-2017) – Client: NORAD
  • External Reviewer:  Final Draft Report of the Performance Audit on Management of Wildlife Hunting in Game Reserves and Game Controlled Areas: Client –Controller and Audit General (CAG) Dar Es Salaam 2013
  • External Examiner of SEKOMU, Tanga 2013 – 2015
  • External Examiner of SMMUCo, Moshi 2013 – 2015
  • Team Member - Apiculture: Lake Rukwa Basin, Tanzania. Client: CIC/ROME Lake  
  • Rukwa Basin Integrated Project 2000
  • Team Leader (1997) - Worker’s Job and Salary Grading Structure of the          College of Wildlife Management Mweka (CAWM), Moshi, Tanzania. Funded by CAWM Governing Body