Rose Peter Kicheleri (Lecturer)

  Department: Wildlife Management

  P.O. Box: 3073

  Phone: +255 655 577 424

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Biography:

Rose Peter Kicheleri is a Lecturer in the Department of Wildlife Management at SUA. She is a holder of MSc. Wildlife Management. Before Joining SUA, Rose worked as volunteer with Student Partnership Worldwide (SPW) in Tanzania, facilitating communities to make informed choices about their health and environment. After graduating she joined a five years international multidisciplinary project named Advancing Conservation in a Social Context (ACSC) that investigated the complex trade-offs that exist between human well-being and biodiversity conservation goals at local, national, and international scales. As a project assistant, she developed interest that led into her PhD studies in Natural Resources Governance. Besides teaching, she has participated in various extension services, short courses and trainings. She also saves as a secretary for the consulting research firm at SUA known as FOCONSULT. Her career interests centres on natural resources governance including national and international policies; community-based wildlife management; conservation and development.


  Rose Peter Kicheleri (Lecturer)

  Department: Wildlife Management

  P.O. Box: 3073

  Phone: +255 655 577 424

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

  Research Area

 

 


Biography:

Rose Peter Kicheleri is a Lecturer in the Department of Wildlife Management at SUA. She is a holder of MSc. Wildlife Management. Before Joining SUA, Rose worked as volunteer with Student Partnership Worldwide (SPW) in Tanzania, facilitating communities to make informed choices about their health and environment. After graduating she joined a five years international multidisciplinary project named Advancing Conservation in a Social Context (ACSC) that investigated the complex trade-offs that exist between human well-being and biodiversity conservation goals at local, national, and international scales. As a project assistant, she developed interest that led into her PhD studies in Natural Resources Governance. Besides teaching, she has participated in various extension services, short courses and trainings. She also saves as a secretary for the consulting research firm at SUA known as FOCONSULT. Her career interests centres on natural resources governance including national and international policies; community-based wildlife management; conservation and development.


Academic profile

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS:MSc. Wildlife Management - Sokoine University of Agriculture, Morogoro
BSc Wildlife Management - Sokoine University of Agriculture, Morogoro

Publications

PUBLICATIONS:

  • Institutional Rhetoric Versus Local Reality in Wildlife Resources Management: A Case Study of Burunge Wildlife Management area, Manyara Region, Tanzania (manuscript in preparation).
  • Power, Institutions and Outcomes in the Management of Wildlife Resources in Burunge Wildlife Management Area, Manyara Region, Tanzania (manuscript in preparation).
  • Bluwstein, J., Moyo, F. and Kicheleri, R. (In Press) Locating the community in community-based conservation: the case of Tanzanian Wildlife Management Areas"  
  • Mutekanga, D., Songorwa, A.N. and Kicheleri, R. (2013). Review of the decision to evict pastoral communities from Usangu basin of southern Tanzania using the trade-off.  International Journal of Agricultural Policy and Research. Vol.1 (8). pp 216-226.
  • Kicheleri, RP. Ndibalema, V.G., Kilungu, H., and Munishi, P.K.T., (2012). Abundance and diversity of wild mammals along a hydrological gradient in Usangu Wetland, Tanzania. Tanzania Journal of Forest and Nature Conservation. Vol 81 (2). Pp 21- 33.
  • Trade-offs between extractive industry and biodiversity conservation in East Usambara Mountains, Tanzania: analysis of power, power relations and valuation perspectives (unpublished)
  • I did event ethnography at IUCN World Conservation Congress in Barcelona titled The Impact of National and International Decisions on Water Use: A Case of Usangu Wetlands in Tanzania.  (unpublished) October 2008
  • I did a research titled Illegal Activities in the North-Western Part of Kibale National Park, Uganda, August/September 2008 (published by Tropical Biology Association Website: http://www.tropical-biology.org)
  • I did a research project as part of my undergraduate programme titled Community-Wildlife Interactions and Their Impacts on Conservation in Villages Around Udzungwa Mountains National Park,  2006/2007 (Unpublished)

 

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