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Personal Data 1.1 1.2 Full Name: Address: Kassim Athumani Ally Kulindwa Department of International Environment and Development Studies, Noragric, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, P.O. Box 5003, 1432 Ås, NORWAY. Tel. Office: 64965317 Cell phone: 96851134

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Date of Birth: 10th May 1954 Place of Birth: Mwanza Nationality: Tanzanian Marital Status: Married with 3 children Position: Associate Professor Language: English, Swahili

Professional Interests

Empirical analyses of issues concerning the environment and natural resources including; management and utilisation of water, energy, wetlands, fisheries, and wildlife. Others are climate change mitigation and adaptation, valuation of environmental goods and services, Non Timber Forest Products, livelihoods and poverty, Payments for Environmental Services, cost benefit analysis and EIA, all in the context of sustainable development. 3a. Education: Ph.D. Economics, Sandwich Gothenburg University, Sweden/UDSM, Tanzania) -1990 ­ 1994 MA Economics, University of British Columbia, Canada - 1985 ­ 1987 MA Economics, University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania 1984 - 1985 BA Economics, University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania 1980 ­ 1983 3b. Employment History Library Assistant, Tanganyika Library Services 1974 ­ 1980 Tutorial Assistant, Economic Research Bureau, University of Dar es Salaam 1983 - 1985 Asst. Research Fellow, Economic Research Bureau, University of Dar es Salaam - 1985 -1994 Research Fellow, Economic Research Bureau, University of Dar es Salaam - 1994 ­ 2001 Senior Research Fellow, Economic Research Bureau, University of Dar es Salaam 2001 -2009 Associate Professor, Department of Economics, University of Dar es Salaam Economics, 2009­ Associate Professor, Department of International Environment and Development Studies (Noragric), University of Life Sciences, Norway 2011 3c. Teaching Experience 3.1 - Undergraduates

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Teaching Assistant for undergraduates - University of British Columbia ­ 1987 Lecturer: Microeconomics for Undergraduates- University of Dar es Salaam'94 Lecturer: Industrial Economics for Undergraduates - University of Dar es Salaam ­ `94 ­ Lecturer: Environmental & Natural Resources Economics -University of Dar es Salaam. 2000 to 2009 EDS 140 Economics for Environment and development, undergraduate 10 credits, Noragric, University of Life Sciences, Norway EDS 347 International Environmental Governance, postgraduate 5 credits, Noragric, University of Life Sciences, Norway

Also led the development of EDS312 Research Methodology Course for postgraduates and involved in developing the EDS 384 Masters Field Course in Tanzania. 3.2 Postgraduates Thesis advisory and supervision (11 MAs, 1Msc and 5 PhDs) 3.3.1 MA and MSC Supervision Name of Candidate Year of Research 1996 Mbowe, W. E. Mwamsamali, M. F Lokina, Razack. B Ngazy, Z. M. Macha, Deogratias Greyson, Hamisi Ephraim O Mdee Emmanuel Kwayu Bonaventure Godfrey Gerald Kibira August Kuwawenaruwa Eliamini Kassimu

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Title of Research An Empirical Analysis Of The Factors Influencing Export Demand For Tanzania's Fish (1980-1994) Tobacco Production And Environmental Degradation: The Case Of Tobacco Region, Tanzania Trade Liberalization And The Exploitation Of Crustacean Resources In Tanzania Economic Valuation Of Marine Resources Conservation And Sustainable Use: The Case Of Menai Bay, Zanzibar An Econometric Analysis Of Mineral Export Performance In Tanzania, 1970-1999 Water Physical Accounts (MSC WRE) Economic Implications of Expanding Mining Activities in Tanzania; Using CGE Model Total Economic Value of Mtanza Msona Wetlands, an appreciation of wetlands in a local economy. Estimating Household Willingness to Pay for Improved Solid Waste Management: The case of Manzese ward, Dar es Salaam Willingness to Pay for Improved Water Services: The case of Tandika, Dar es Salaam - Tanzania Valuation of NTFP in Kilimanjaro Sustainable Exploitation of Marine Fish Resources

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3.3.2 PhD Supervision Name of Candidate Year of Research 2004/2006 Tchaka Ndhlovu

Title of Research Willingness To Pay For Antiretroviral (ARVs) And Improved Quality Of Health Car In Malawi.

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Chuol Kompuok Hurbet Meena Margaret Banga Aloyce Hepelwa

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Environmental Restoration And The Welfare Of Peasants In Gambella Region: Southwest Ethiopia. Economic Implication In Climate Change: A Developing Country Perspective The Economics Of Solid Waste Management: The Case Of Kampala City, Uganda. Environmental Resources Sustainability Indicators: An Integrated Assessment Model for Tanzania

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3.3.3 External examination Name of Candidate Year of Examination Reuben Mpuya 2006

Joseph Kadigi (PhDSUA)

Title of Research Evaluation of Livelihoods and Economic Benefits of Water Utilization: The Case of Great Ruaha River Catchment in Tanzania An Empirical Accounting of Fishery Resource in Tanzania: A Case of Lake Victoria A study on Public understanding, Attitude and Level of Awareness on Climate Change in Dhaka, Bangladesh Rehabilitation and Management of Degraded Gully/Hillside on Livelihoods of Landless Farmers in Eastern Tigray, Northern Ethiopia

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Gody Jonathan 2007 Sanga (MA-SUA) Zaheed Hassan 2010 (MSc, Noragric) Hailemariam Meaza 2010 Gebregergs (MSc, Noragric),

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Post-Doctoral Studies and Visiting Fellowships Environmental Economics Course, May-June 1992, School of Economics and Commercial Law, Gothenburg, Sweden. Training of Trainers Workshop on Environmental Economics Organised by the Economic Development Institute (EDI) of the World Bank, 29, May 1995-June 10th 1995. Washington, D.C. New Institutional Economics organised by Economic and Social Research Foundation and Conducted by University of Connecticut U.S.A. September 1997. Visiting Researcher, University of Bergen, Comparative Research on Poverty Programme, Norway. Sept-Dec. 2003 Visiting Professor, University of Life Sciences, Department of International Environment and Development Studies, Ås, Norway. August 2010 to January 2011. Extra Curricular and other activities · · · · · · · Acting Dean; Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Dar es Salaam University College of Education, 2008 ­2009 Associate Dean Research and Publications, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences University of Dar es Salaam 2007 - 2008 Advisory Board Member, Centre for Environmental Economics and Policy in Africa, (CEEPA) University of Pretoria, Republic of South Africa. 2000GEF Scientific Technical Advisory Panel (STAP) Roster Of Experts Member 2000Chairman, Natural Resource Accounting-Regional Steering Committee 2004External Examiner, Sokoine University of Agriculture 2006External Examiner, Zanzibar University 20013

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External Examiner, National Social Welfare Training Institute 2000-2004 External Examiner, Institute of Tax Administration, Mikocheni Dar es Salaam External Examiner, Muslim University of Morogoro 2009 - 2014 External Examiner, St. Augustine University of Tanzania, Mwanza. National Committee Member, East African Marine Eco-region-(EAME) 2003 Co-ordinator: Macroeconomic Reforms and Sustainable Development Project (1997-2000). A Regional project involving Tanzania, Zambia, Zimbabwe and South Africa funded by a consortium of donors (CIDA, EU, Sida, DANIDA, GTZ, SDC) WWF-US. Member, Tanzania Coastal and Marine Forum 2005Facilitator, WMO Climate as a Resource, 2005, Beijing. Instructor: Research Methodology for postgraduate students, Lake Victoria Training Programme. START/PASS Nairobi, Kenya. 2001Resource Person, International Foundation for Science (IFS), Stockholm, Sweden 2006 ­ Member, Research on Poverty alleviation (REPOA) Resource Management Committee , Dar es Salaam 2008 Member, The International Society for Ecological Economics 2008 Member, The African Society for Ecological Economics Board 2009 Member of Programme Committee WIOMSA, Zanzibar 2009 ­ Member, Research Committee, CEEPA University of Pretoria, South Africa 2009 ­ Invited Expert ­ RAMSAR-STRP 2009 -

6.0 Publications (selected since 1990) 6.1 Prof. Mujwahuzi, M. and K. Kulindwa (1990)."The Impact of Structural Adjustment Programmes on the Water Sector. A Background Report". Study on the Socio-Economic Effects of Structural Adjustment Programme in Tanzania. ERB. Background Report No.5 Feb. 6.2 Kulindwa K. et. al. (1990). "The Impact of Structural Adjustment Programmes on Energy Situation". Study on the Socio-Economic Effects of Structural Adjustment Programme in Tanzania. ERB. Background Report No.7 Feb. 6.3 Kulindwa, K (1993),"Industrial Energy Consumption: The case of Tanzanian Manufacturing Industries" Memorandum no. 183, University of Gothenburg, March. 6.4 Kulindwa, K (1993),"Technical Progress and Structural Change in the Tanzanian Cement Industry: Application of the Short-run Industry Production Function" Memorandum no. 184, University of Gothenburg, March. 6.5 Kulindwa, K (1993),"Factors Influencing Energy Use Trend in Tanzanian Manufacturing (1970-1988)" Memorandum no. 186, University of Gothenburg, March. 6.6 Kulindwa, K (1993),"Input Substitution, Technical Change, Productivity and Capacity Utilisation in the Tanzanian Manufacturing Sector: A Disequilibrium Factor Demand Model" Memorandum no. 189, University of Gothenburg, August. 6.7 Kulindwa, K (1994), "Energy Consumption Patterns in the Manufacturing Sector of Tanzania", Ph.D. Thesis Submitted at the University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania September. 6.8 Kulindwa,K and G.D.Mjema (1994),"SAP, International Trade and the Environment".TET, vol 7 no. 1&2. 6.9 Kulindwa,K (1995), Residential Electricity Demand in Tanzania: The case of

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Dar es Salaam city. ERB Paper (New Series) No.95.4 6.10 Kulindwa,K and.Shechambo (1996)," Environmental Impact of Rural Energy Use During the Reform Period (1981-1992)" Utafiti (New Series)Vol 2 No1& 2. 6.11 Kulindwa, K (1999),"The Informal Sector: The Employer of Last Resort" in the Journal of Population Studies. Vol. III No 2 Demographic Unit, University of Dar es Salaam. 6.12 Kulindwa, K. and G.D. Mjema (1998-2001), "The Influence of Foreign Trade Conditions on the Environment During the Reform Period in Tanzania." Utafiti New Series. Vol 4. 6.13 Kulindwa, K. (1998), "Global climatic change and the economics of development." in Environment and Development Economics. Vol. 3.3. 6.14 Kulindwa, K (2001), "Economics of Water Resources: Key Issues and Challenges" Journal of Population and Development Studies. Vol. II No 3 Demographic Unit, University of Dar es Salaam 6.15 Kulindwa, K. and H. Sosovele (2002) Change and adaptation: Lessons from the Barabaig pastoralist. Journal of Population Studies Vol. 9 No. 1&2. 6.16 Kulindwa, K, Eric O. Odada, Dr. Daniel Olago, Dr. Fred Bugenyi, Prof. Micheni Ntiba, Dr. Kelly West, Dr. Peninnah Alloo-Ubudho, Dr. Pius Ochola Prof. Shem O. Wandiga, Dr. Jerome Karimumuryango (2002) Global International Waters Assessment (GIWA) Scaling and Scoping Report Sub-Region 47 (a,b,c,d) ­ East African Rift Valley Lake Sub-Region 47a, Lake Turkana Sub-Region 47b ­ Lake Victoria Sub-Region 47c, Lake Tanganyika Sub-Region 47-d, Lake Malawi/Nyasa 6.17 Kulindwa, K. Eric. O. Odada, Alfred Opere. "Vulnerability of Water Resources to Environmental Change in Eastern Africa' UNEP, Nairobi, Kenya. 6.18 Kulindwa, K. (2003), Water and Poverty: The Inextricable Link". Comparative Research Programme on Poverty (CROP) Newsletter Vol. 10, No. 4, December. 6.19 Kulindwa, K. (2003) Economic Reforms and the Prospect for Sustainable Development in Tanzania. Development Southern Africa Vol. 19, No. 3 September. 6.20 Kulindwa, K. et. Al (2003) Environmental Assessment of the East African Rift Valley Lakes. Aquatic Sciences. 65 (2003) 254-271. 6.21 Kulindwa et al (2004) Mitigation of Environmental Problems in Lake Victoria, East Africa: Causal Chain and Policy Options analyses. Ambio Vol.33 No. 1-2. Pp.13-23 6.22 Kulindwa, K (2005) NEPADs bid to tackle the Poverty Situation. In Tanzania Economic Trends, Vol. 17 No. 1, June 2004. ERB, University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. 6.23 Kulindwa, K and N. Mwamba (2004) Targeting the Reduction of road Traffic Accidents in Tanzania In Tanzania Economic Trends, Vol. 17 No.2, December ERB, University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. 6.24 Kulindwa, K (2005) Payment for environmental Services (PES) Mechanism in the Pangani River Basin, Tanzania. A study commissioned by IUCN- East Africa Regional Office, Nairobi, Kenya. 6.25 Kulindwa, K and H. Meena (2006) Implications of Climatic Change on the Energy Sector in Tanzania: A development Challenge. Paper presented at the Second Scientific Conference on Environmental Sustainability in Tanzania: Implications of Climate Change. January 23rd ­ 26th, 2006 Kilimanjaro Cranes Hotels, Moshi Kilimanjaro Tanzania 6.26 Kulindwa, K and Oscar Kibazohi (2006) Implications of Climate Change on Water Resources in Tanzania: A Question of Adaptation. Paper presented at the Second

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Scientific Conference on Environmental Sustainability in Tanzania: Implications of Climate Change. January 23rd ­ 26th, 2006 Kilimanjaro Cranes Hotels, Moshi Kilimanjaro Tanzania 6.27 Kulindwa, K (2005) Rural Water Supply Projects Appraisal, Poverty and Sustainable Development. in Utafiti Journal Vol 6. No.1 June. 6.28 Kulindwa, K (2006) The Contribution of Lake Victoria Fisheries to the National Economy. Journal of Population Studies Vol. 13 No.2, 6.29 Kulindwa, K (2005) Poverty and Water Nexus: Understanding `Poverty production' through water availability and access. Paper to be published in the Utafiti Journal Vol. 6, No 2. 6.30 Kulindwa, K (2006), Resource Rent Capture in Lake Victoria Fisheries TET Vol.19, No. 1 June 6.31 Lokina, R.B, K. Kulindwa and A. Hepelwa (2006), estimating the Willingness to Pay for Improved Water Services for Domestic and Irrigation uses. Utafiti Journal Vol. 7, No 1. 6.32 Kulindwa, K and Razack B Lokina (2006), the Natural Environment: The Source and Victim of the Current Energy Crisis in Tanzania. Paper presented at an ERB workshop on Energy Crisis in Tanzania. December Dar es Salaam 6.33 Kulindwa, K, R. Lokina and Ian Bryceson (2007), Marine and Coastal Livelihoods and Conservation in the Era of Globalisation, Paper presented at the 1st Coastal and Marine Forum Conference, White Sands, Dar es Salaam 2nd ­ 4th June 2007. 6.34 Kulindwa, K and M. Ikiara (2007), The economic valuation of Tanzania's Mara wetland resources. Paper presented at the Nile Basin Initiative Workshop. BOT conference centre, November 2007, Mwanza. 6.35 Kulindwa et al (2008) Situation Analysis and Feasibility of Large Scale Bio fuel Production in Tanzania. Collaborative research with FASS, CoET, SUA, FCM and ARU. Coordinated by CoET, UDSM. 6.36 Kulindwa, K and M. Ikiara (2009), the economic valuation of Tanzania's Mara wetland resources. In Proceedings in Nile Basin Initiative Workshop papers. Khartoum, Nile Basin Initiative November, 2008 6.37 Kulindwa, K. M. Ikiara (2009) Valuation of the Yala Wetland in Kenya. Paper presented at the VicRes Annual General Meeting, Impala May, Arusha. 6.38 Kulindwa, K and R. Lokina (2009) Drivers of livelihood change in the Coast of Tanzania; the case of Mafia Island. Paper presented at the WIOMSA symposium, St. Denis, La Reunion 6.39 Kulindwa, K (2009) Payment for Environmental Services with respect to REDD. Paper presented at the REDD workshop at the Oasis Hotel in Morogoro, September 6.40 Brendan Fisher, Kassim Kulindwa, Iddi Mwanyoka, R. Kerry Turner, Neil D. Burgess (2010) Common pool resource management and PES: Lessons and constraints for water PES in Tanzania in Ecological Economics, Volume 69, Issue 6, Pages 11931364;1 April 7.0 Books and Chapters in Books 7.1 Bagachwa, M.S.D., K. Kulindwa, F. Shechambo, H. Sosovele, A.M. Naho with Elizabeth Cromwell (1996), Structural Adjustment and Sustainable Development in Tanzania, Dar es salaam University Press (DUP), Dar es Salaam. 7.2 Shechambo, F. and Kulindwa, K (1996), "Environmental Implications of Policy Reform on Agricultural Activity in Tanzania in Policy Reform and the Environment in Tanzania.

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edited by M.S.D. Bagachwa and F. Limbu. Dar es salaam University Press (DUP), Dar es Salaam 7.3 Mbelle, A.V.Y. and Kulindwa, K. (1996) "Structural Adjustment Programmes and the Environment in Tanzania in Beyond Structural Adjustment Programmes in Tanzania: Successes, Failures and New Perspectives, edited by Msambichaka, L. and G.D. Mjema, Published by ERB and Printed by AMREF. 7.4 Bagachwa et al (1996), Tanzania Case Study in Structural Adjustment, the Environment, and Sustainable Development edited by David Reed. Earthscan Publications Ltd, London. 7.5 Kulindwa, K. and S.M. Rubindamayugi (1998), "The Quest for the Internalisation of Environmental Externalities in Industrial Production Activities in Tanzania: Does Biotechnology offer any solutions?" The impact of Microbiology on the Socio-Economic Development and Environment in Sub-Sahara Africa. Tanzania Society for Microbiology. 7.6 Kulindwa, K et al (2000), "Tanzania Case Study: Rufiji, Ruvu and Wami" in Root causes of Biodiversity Loss edited by Alexander Wood and Pamela Stedman-Edwards and Johanna Mang. Earthscan Publications Ltd, London. 7.7 Kulindwa, K, H.Sosovele, O. Mashindano, F. Shechambo (2001) Maendeleo Stahimilivu. DUP, Dar es Salaam. 7.8 Kulindwa, K and A.V.Y. Mbelle (2001)," Environmental Consequences of Globalisation in Tanzania: Impact o Natural Resources Exploitation and export performance. In Mbelle et al (eds) Nyerere Legacy. Dar es Salaam University Press: Dar es Salaam. 7.9 Kulindwa, K and D. Reed (2001) Chapter 2 in Economic Change, Governance and Natural Resources Wealth: The Political Economy of Change in Southern Africa, Earth Scan Publications Limited, London. 7.10 Kulindwa, K, H.Sosovele, Y. Mgaya (2001) Socio-Economic Dimensions of Biodiversity Loss in Tanzania. Dar es salaam University Press (DUP), Dar es Salaam 7.11 Kulindwa, K, H. Sosovele, O. Mashindano, (2001) Tourism Growth for Sustainable Development in Tanzania. Dar es salaam University Press (DUP), Dar es Salaam. 7.12 Kulindwa, K., O. Mashindano, F.Shechambo, H.Sosovele 2003) Mining for Sustainable Development in Tanzania. DUP, Dar es Salaam. 7.13 Kulindwa, K (2005), Poverty and Water: How water distribution & allocation is institutionalised within a framework of access and denial in The Polyscopic Landscape of Poverty Research: 'State of the Art' in International Poverty Research. Published by CROP, Bergen, and Research Council of Norway, Norway. 7.14 Kulindwa, K, G Jambiya and H Sosovele (2005), Poverty and the Environment: The Case of Informal Sand mining, Quarrying and Lime-making activities in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. In Researching Poverty in Tanzania; problems, policies and perspectives. REPOA. Dar es Salaam. 7.15 Kulindwa, K, P. Kamere-Mbote, J. Mohammed-Katerere and M. Chenje (2006) Chapter1: The Human Dimension in; Africa Environmental Outlook 2. Our Environment Our Wealth. UNEP, Nairobi. 7.16 Odada, E.O, Daniel Olago, K. Kulindwa, Fred Bugenyi, Micheni Ntiba, Kelly West, Shem O. Wandiga, Jerome Karimumuryango (2006) East African Rift Valley Lakes, Global International Waters Assessment (GIWA) Regional Assessments 47. UNEP/GEF/KALMAR. 7.17 Kulindwa, K (2006) Social Policy Framework: Context of People and Livelihood, in Environment for Development: An Ecosystems Assessment of the Lake Victoria Basin

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Environmental and Socio-Economic Status, Trends and Human Vulnerabilities. Edited by Eric Odada, D. Olago and W. Ochola, Published by UNEP/PASS. Nairobi, Kenya. 7.18 Kulindwa, K (2006) Valuation of Environmental Assets in the Lake Victoria basin, in Environment for Development: An Ecosystems Assessment of the Lake Victoria Basin Environmental and Socio-Economic Status, Trends and Human Vulnerabilities. Edited by Eric Odada, D. Olago and W. Ochola, Published by UNEP/PASS. Nairobi, Kenya. 7.19 Kulindwa, K, D. Hemson and Haakon Lein, eds (2008) Water and Poverty: Explorations of the Reciprocal Relationship. CROP International Studies on Poverty and Zed Books. 8.0 Consultancy work and Research Reports (since 1994) 8.1 Kulindwa, K. (1994), "Songosongo Gas Development Project; Economic Impact Baseline Study" A Consultancy Report prepared for HBT-AGRA Ltd., Calgary Alberta.

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Kulindwa, K. (1995), "Emergency Power Project: Socio-Economic Baseline Study for an Environmental Impact Assessment Study for the Ubungo Power Generation Site", A Consultancy Report prepared for HBT-AGRA Ltd. Calgary-Alberta, Dar es Salaam. (Principal Researcher) 8.3 Kulindwa,K, R.Mushi and J.M.Katunzi (1996), TIPER Incentive Study. A Report submitted to TIPER. (Team member) 8.4 Kulindwa, K. (1996), "Socio-Economic Analysis of the Nzega Gold Deposit Zone; A Baseline Study Report for an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Prepared for Hardy BBT (Africa) Ltd. Calgary-Alberta, Canada. (Principal Researcher) 8.5 Kulindwa, K. (1997), "Income Generation Potential through Rainwater Harvesting in Dodoma Region." Report Submitted to UNDP, Dar es Salaam. (Principal Researcher) 8.6 Sandlund, O. I. Bryceson, K. Larsen, W.E. Maro and Kulindwa (1997) NORAD Funded Programme for Management of Natural Resources and Environmental Planning in Tanzania (TAN092) Mid-term Review. Consultancy Report for Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism (MNRD), and Royal Norwegian Embassy/NORAD, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. (Team Member) 8.7 Kulindwa, K. (1997) "Tanzania: Public Expenditure Review for Financial Year 1998, for the Energy Sector" Consultancy, Report submitted to the ESRF. Dar es Salaam (Principal Researcher). 8.8 Hifab/TATEDO (1998) Rural Energy Study. Consultancy Report submitted to Ministry of Energy and Minerals and Sida. (Team Member). 8.9 Kulindwa, K and M. Mwamsamali (2000), "The Link Between Poverty and the Environment: The Case of Poverty Alleviating Economic Activities in Urambo District in Tabora Region. REPOA. (Principal Researcher) 8.10 Kulindwa, K, N..Mwamba, J.Shitundu, I.K.Musoke (2001), Socio-Economic Analysis of the Fishing Communities in Tanzania for the Fisheries Master plan Study (JICA/SSC for Ministry of Natural Resources & Tourism). (Coordinator) 8.11 Kulindwa, K (2001) Water Supply Options in Rural Tanzania; A cost Benefit Analysis of water supply technology options for Kilosa, Mpwapwa and Rufiji. Ministry of Water and Livestock Development, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. (Consultant and Co-ordinator) 8.12 Kulindwa, K (2002) Review of proposed Solar Energy Project in Tanzania. UNDP, Tanzania Office. 8.13 Kulindwa, K., N. Mwamba, O.Mashindano (2002), The National Pilot Village Travel and Transport Programme. Review Report to President's Office Regional Administration and Local Government, Dodoma. November. (Team Leader)

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8.14 Kulindwa, K (2002), Awareness Creation of the Market Users (Traders) for the Kivukoni Comprehensive Fish Market, Dar es Salaam. A Consultancy Report. JICA. August. 8.15 Kulindwa, K & N. Mwamba (2003) Natural Resources Accounting Status in Tanzania: A Review. A Report to the Natural Resources Accounting Project in Tanzania, Submitted to the Centre for Environmental Economics and Policy in Africa (CEEPA), University of Pretoria, South Africa. 8.16 Kulindwa, K E. Odada & A. Opere (2003) Vulnerability of Water Resources to Environmental Change in East Africa. UNEP, Nairobi, Kenya. 8.17 Kulindwa, K. with others (2003), Baseline data and analysis for Loliondo proposed pilot Wildlife Management Areas (PPWMA): Wildlife Division, Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism, July. 8.18 Kulindwa, K. with others (2003), Baseline data and analysis for Ikona proposed pilot Wildlife Management Areas (PPWMA): Wildlife Division, Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism, July. 8.19 Kulindwa, K. with others (2003), Baseline data and analysis for Tarime proposed pilot Wildlife Management Areas (PPWMA): Wildlife Division, Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism, July. 8.20 Kulindwa, K. with others (2003), Baseline data and analysis for Burunge proposed pilot Wildlife Management Areas (PPWMA): Wildlife Division, Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism, July. 8.21 Kulindwa, K. with others (2003), Baseline data and analysis for Enduimet proposed pilot Wildlife Management Areas (PPWMA): Wildlife Division, Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism, July. 8.22 Kulindwa, K. with others (2003), Baseline data and analysis for Makami proposed pilot Wildlife Management Areas (PPWMA): Wildlife Division, Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism, July. 8.23 Kulindwa, K. with others (2003), Baseline Study for the Proposed Pilot Wildlife Management Areas (PPWMA): Main Report, Wildlife Division, Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism, July. 8.24 Kulindwa, K. with others (2003), Medium Term Plan for Tanzania, Presidents Office Planning and Privatisation 8.25 Kulindwa, K. with others (2003), Study on Tanzania's Potentials in the Integration East African Community (EAC) participation, Presidents Office Planning and Privatisation. 8.26 Kulindwa, K et al (2004), "Mainstreaming Environment in Development Planning". A paper presented at the UNEP/KIPPRA workshop for, "Integrating Vulnerability and Adaptation to Climate Change into Sustainable Development Planning and Implementation in Eastern and Southern Africa". UNEP Headquarters, 15th ­ 17th September. Nairobi, Kenya. 8.27 Kulindwa, K (2004), STAP Review of the "Marine and Coastal Environment Management Project (MACEMP)" for the World Bank Tanzania, Country Mission. 8.28 Kulindwa, K (2005), STAP Review of the "Southwest Indian Ocean Fisheries Project (SWIOFP)" for the World Bank Tanzania, Country Mission. 8.29 Kulindwa, K (2005) African Environmental Outlook 2 (AEO2): Chapter 1Setting the Context ­ People and Livelihoods. A Report to UNEP, Nairobi. 8.30 Kulindwa, K (2005) Meeting urgent water needs and strengthening financial base for the desired future. Contribution to Water chapter African Environmental Outlook 2 (AEO2), UNEP, Nairobi.

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8.31 Kulindwa, K (2005) African Environmental Outlook 2 (AEO2) Chapter 1: Social and policy framework: context of people and livelihood in the Lake Victoria basin. UNEP, Nairobi. 8.32 Kulindwa, K (2005) Valuation of Environmental Assets in the Lake Victoria Basin. Background paper for the Lake Victoria Basin AEO2 Chapter. UNEP, Nairobi. 8.33 Kulindwa, K, M. Ikiara (2006) To Conserve or Convert the Lake Victoria Basin Wetlands: An Economic Valuation. A Report submitted to VicRes project/ IUCEA. Kampala. 8.34 Kulindwa, K (2005) Sustainable Marine Fisheries, Poverty Alleviation and Marine Ecosystems in Tanzania. EASTERN AFRICA MARINE ECOREGION, PROJECT 9F07100. 8.35 Nkomo, J.C, A.O. Nyong and K. Kulindwa (2006), "The Impacts of Climate Change in Africa" Preliminary Report submitted to the Stern Review of the Economics of Climate Change. London 8.36 Kulindwa, K, R. Lokina and A. Hepelwa (2006) A Study to Establish Mechanism for Payment for Water Environmental Services for the Rufiji River Basin in Tanzania. A Consultancy Report Submitted to the Eastern Arc Forest Mountains Project, Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism, United Republic Of Tanzania by the Economic Research Bureau. UDSM. 8.37 Kulindwa et al (2007) Planning for the new Natural Resources and Tourism Management Programme (NRMP) 2007-2011. Funded by the Royal Norwegian Government. Programme Document submitted to the Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism, June. Dar es Salaam. Team leader. 8.38 Kulindwa, K (2007) Guidelines on Valuation of Hydrological Services' Products. Report Submitted to WMO, Geneva. 8.39 Kulindwa, K (2008) Socio-economic baseline and monitoring indicators of communities living in villages bordering Ruvuma wilderness-Selous­Niassa eastern corridor and Selous eastern zone. Volume 1: Baseline data and monitoring indicators, Main report to the WWFUS 8.40 Kulindwa et al (2008) Situation Analysis and Feasibility of Large Scale Bio fuel Production in Tanzania. Collaborative research with FASS, CoET, SUA, FCM and ARU. Coordinated by CoET, UDSM. 8.41 Kulindwa, K (2009) Initial analysis of major drivers of economic and ecological change in Coastal East Africa Region for WWF/CARE International and the Coastal East Africa Network Initiative. 8.42 Kulindwa, K and R. Lokina (2009) Drivers of livelihood change in the Coast of Tanzania; the case of Mafia Island. Paper presented at the WIOMSA symposium, St. Denis, La Reunion 8.43 Kulindwa, K (2010) The adoption of the weather information generation, packaging and dissemination approach for managing risk, reduction of vulnerability and promote agricultural productivity ­ Tanzania Case. A collaborative work with IDS Sussex sponsored by IDRC Canada 8.44 Kulindwa, K et al (2010) The Adoption of Malaria Epidemic Prediction Model (MEP) for Reducing Malaria Incidence: Tanzania Case A collaborative work with IDS Sussex sponsored by IDRC Canada 8.45 Kulindwa, K et al (2010) The Adoption of Malaria Epidemic Prediction Model (MEP) for Reducing Malaria Incidence: The Case of Kenya. A collaborative work with IDS Sussex sponsored by IDRC Canada

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8.46 Kulindwa, K, R. Lokina, A. Hepelwa (2010) Poverty-Environment Policy Analysis. Report facilitating the review of MKUKUTA I to the Ministry of Finance and Economic Affairs. Dar es Salaam. 8.47 Kulindwa, K (2010) A Review of REPOA Research Agenda. A report to REPOA Dar es Salaam. 8.48 Kulindwa, K and R. Lokina (2010) The Costs and Benefits of Partial against Total Ban of Plastic Carrier Bags in Tanzania Mainland. A Report to NEMC, Dar es Salaam. 10. Conferences, Workshops and Seminars Participation 10.1 National Energy Policy for Tanzania. 10-15 September 1990. Arusha. Seminar organised by the Ministry of Water, Energy and Minerals. 10.2 International Conference on Economic Modelling - Gothenburg University, summer 1991, Gothenburg, Sweden. 10.3 Workshop on Productivity Growth and Development - Gothenburg University, summer 1992, Gothenburg, Sweden. 10.4 International Conference on Development Challenges and Strategies for Tanzania: An Agenda for the 21st Century. October 25-29, 1993. Dar es Salaam. 10.5 Shechambo, F. and Kulindwa, K (1994), "Policy Impact of Agricultural Activity on the Environment in Tanzania". Paper presented at the 9th Economic Policy Workshop, held between 28-30 November at the Kilimanjaro Hotel, Dar es Salaam. 10.6 African Energy Policy Research Network Workshop, in 1994, at the Pamodzi Hotel, Lusaka, Zambia. 10.7 Second International Conference on African Economic Issues held in October 1994 at the Arusha International Conference Centre (AICC), Arusha Tanzania. 10.8 International Advisory Committee Meeting for the SAP and Sustainable Development Research held in December 1994 at the Palais du Congress, Brussels - Belgium. 10.9 Workshop on an Initiative Towards Understanding a Joint Implementation Regime to Support National Priorities in Tanzania, Dar es Salaam 15th August 1995 organised by the Centre for Energy, Environment, Science and Technology (CEEST). 10.10 EENESA workshop in Mombasa February 1996 for presentation of Research Proposals. 10.11 Economic Statistics Information System Workshop II and III by the Bank of Tanzania in Zanzibar (April 1996) and Dar es Salaam (September 1996) respectively. 10.12 Consultative Meeting on Economics, Trade and Environment Issues UNEP: Geneva 28-29, 1997. 10.13 Workshop on Environmental Economics Curriculum, 16-17th October 1997 Nairobi. Organised by the African Economic Research Consortium (AERC). 10.14 Project Advisory Group Meeting on, Socio-Economic Root Causes of Biodiversity Loss. Organised by WWF-US, held in Washington, DC 20th-22nd November 1997. 10.15 The impact of Microbiology on the Socio-Economic Development and Environment in Sub-Sahara Africa 1998 Workshop, presented a paper with S.M. Rubindamayugi, "The Quest for the Internalisation of Environmental Externalities in Industrial Production Activities in Tanzania: Does Biotechnology offer any solutions?" organised by Tanzania Society for Microbiology. 10.16 Regional Workshop for the Macroeconomic Reforms and Sustainable Development in Southern Africa. Zanzibar. March 1st -5th, 1999. 10.17 International Advisory Meeting for the Macroeconomic Reforms and Sustainable Development in Southern Africa. Brussels, Belgium. March 10th - 12th, 1999. 10.18 Water Sector Consultative Meeting. Zanzibar, March 15th 1999.

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10.19 Africa Water Resources Management Policy Conference, Nairobi, Kenya. May 26th 28,th 1999 10.20 Resource Accounting Network for East and Southern Africa (RANESA) Regional Advisory Committee Meeting, Cape Town, RSA October 1999 10.21 Regional Workshop for Macroeconomic reforms and Sustainable Development in Southern Africa project, Lusaka, Zambia, November 1999. 10.22 Resource Accounting Workshop, Swakopmund, Namibia, December 1999. 10.23 Regional Workshop for Macroeconomic reforms and Sustainable Development in Southern Africa project, Harare, Zimbabwe, March 2000. 10.24 RANESA Resource Accounting Workshop, Pretoria, South Africa. May 2000 10.25 African Water Resources Management Forum Theme Chairs meeting Abuja-Nigeria, October 2000. 10.26 RANESA: Workshop in Mauritius. November 2000. 10.27 STAP Brainstorming on adaptation, 5-6 March 2001, Washington, DC. USA. As a resource person. 10.28 Facilitation of the First National Conference for Irrigation in Tanzania held in Morogoro, 20th ­ 22nd March 2001 for Ministry of Agriculture and Food-Security. 10.29 Arusha Region Implementers Conference, 28th ­ 1st March 2001 presented a paper titled, "The Concept and Challenge of Sustainable Development. 10.30 Conducted a Training Workshop for the Finance and Economic Committee of the Tanzania Parliament on, "Sustainable Development" April 9-10, 2001. (Lecturer & Coordinator for MR & SD project). 10.31 Participated in the 4th Research and Training Workshop on, Natural Resource and Environmental Accounting conducted by the Resource Accounting Network for Eastern and Southern Africa (RANESA) in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe 24th-27th, April 2001 (Resource Person and Regional Advisory Committee Member). 10.32 Attended an Interim Task Force Meeting for the African Water Resource Forum in Abuja ­ Nigeria 5-6 April 2001 as a Task Force Member (Chairman for the Economics and Finance Theme Group). 10.33 Nairobi, Lake Victoria Policy Analysts Network planning workshop, May, 2001 10.34 PAN-AFRICAN START Lake Victoria Training Programme July-13th August, 2001, Kisumu, Kenya. 10.35 Nairobi, Global International Water Assessment (GIWA) scoping and scaling workshop 1-3 October, 2001 10.36 Nairobi, Africa Water Forum Inaugural meeting 11-12 October, 2001 10.37 Kisumu, LVEMP Scientific conference December, 2001 10.38 Centre for Environmental Economics and Policy in Africa (CEEPA) Board Meeting. February 2002. University of Pretoria, Republic of South Africa 10.39 Nairobi, African Water Forum (AWF) interview panel February 2002 10.40 Kisumu, GIWA workshop on Chain Analysis, March, 2002 10.41 Durban, Comparative Research on Poverty (CROP) workshop, April 2002 10.42 Nairobi, GIWA Workshop on Assessment Results, July 2002 10.43 Morogoro, Vice Presidents Office (VPO)/UNDP, Workshop on mainstreaming environment in the Poverty Reduction Strategy Process (PRSP), July 2002 10.44 Johannesburg, WSSD August/September 2002 10.45 CEEPA, Board Meeting. November 2002. University of Pretoria, Republic of South Africa. 10.46 PAN-AFRICAN START Lake Victoria Training Programme December, 2002, Naivasha, Kenya.

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10.47 Global International Waters Assessment (GIWA) Workshop to conduct the detailed Assessment, Causal Chain analysis (CCA) and Policy Options Analysis (POA) for GIWA sub-region No. 47, the East African Rift Valley Lakes. Nairobi, Kenya February 2003 10.48 4th Meeting of the Advisory Board of the Centre for Environmental Economics and Policy in Africa (CEEPA), Pretoria, South Africa. 26th March 2003 10.49 Workshop on Natural Resources and Environmental Economics organised by WIOMSA, Zanzibar, 21st March to 22nd March 2003 10.50 East African Marine Eco-Region (EAME) Stakeholders' workshop, Bagamoyo 29th April to 1st May 2003 10.51 VPO/UNDP meeting on PRSP Environmental Issues 17th to 18th May 2003 10.52 Natural Resources Accounting Phase 3 Regional Steering Committee meeting in Durban, South Africa 17th August 2003 10.53 PAN-AFRICAN START, Lake Victoria Training Programme, Naivasha, Kenya. Aug. 2003 10.54 Mweka, Moshi, Training Course lectured on, "Environmental Economics Tools for Sustainable Water Resources Management in East Africa. Sept. 2003 10.55 Visiting Researcher, University of Bergen, Comparative Research on Poverty Programme Sept-Dec. 2003. 10.56 Regional Steering Committee Meeting, NRA-E & SA 18th Dec. 2003, Dar. 10.57 Planning Meeting for Programme to Integrate Environment into PRS process Workshop. Vice Presidents Office (VPO) Bagamoyo 20th to 21st January 2004 10.58 Workshop on Development of training resource manual on application and use of Economic Instruments for environmental and Natural Resources Management. UNEP Nairobi, 22 ­ 27 February 2004. 10.59 Workshop on economic Instruments for environmental and natural resources management for Tanzania. Vice Presidents Office. Bagamoyo 3rd - 5th March 2004. 10.60 Wetland Dynamics and Integrated Management Techniques ­ Estuarine and Marine Wetlands of Tanzania, Dar es Salaam 12 July to August 2004. Resource Person, Sponsored by IUCN-ROSA. 10.61 Workshop on Africa Environmental Outlook for the Lake Victoria Basin, Presented a paper titled, "Valuation of Environmental Resources" Workshop Organised by the Pan African START Secretariat (PASS). 2nd - 5th September, 2004 Imperial Hotel, Kisumu, Kenya. 10.62 Environmental assessment of the lake Victoria basin as a contribution to UNEP Africa environment outlook (AEO) report 2004 Stakeholders workshop, 2-4 September 2004 Imperial hotel, Kisumu-Kenya 10.63 Integrating Vulnerability and Adaptation to Climate Change into Sustainable Development Policy Planning and Implementation ­ Southern and Eastern Africa. 15th -17th September 2004, UNEP, Nairobi-Kenya. 10.64 Workshop on Comprehensive/Detailed Assessment Of The Vulnerability Of Water Resources To Environmental Change In Africa Using A River Basin Approach,27th ­ 29th September 2004, UNEP Headquarters, Nairobi, Kenya. 10.65 AEO ­ 2 Chapter meeting, September 30th ­ October 2nd, UNEP Hq, Nairobi 10.66 VICRES Pre-project Induction Meeting: Lead Scientists Meeting, 4th to 6th November 2004, Kisumu, Kenya 10.67 NRAESA Regional Steering Committee meeting, 23rd November 2004, Kampala, Uganda

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10.68 Eastern Africa Marine-Eco-Region Programme (EAME) National Committee Meeting 20th December 2004, Dar es Salaam. 10.69 Editorial Committee Meeting of the CROP research project on "The `State of the Art' of International Poverty Research". The Meeting held at the CROP Secretariat, University of Bergen, Norway, 22 February ­ 2 March 2005 10.70 The East Africa Integrated River Basin Management Conference held at the University of Sokoine in Morogoro, Tanzania from the 7-9 March 2005. 10.71 VICRES (Lake Victoria Research Initiative)Annual General Meeting 16th May 2005 Arusha, Tanzania. Arusha 10.72 Water Economics Workshop 30-31 May 2005, Impala Hotel Arusha, organised by Pangani Basin Water Office and IUCN. 10.73 CEEPA / RANESA First Technical Training and Research Workshop on Environmental Accounting, 13 - 19 June 2005 at the Cardoso Hotel in Maputo. 10.74 Workshop on the Water flows and economic values from the Eastern Arc Mountains forests. 21st ­22nd July 2005, Organised by UNDP/CMEAMF. 10.75 African Environmental Outlook 2 (AEO2) Authors and Editors Review Meeting and GEO-4 Regional Meeting 15-23 August 2005 Indaba Sandton Hotel Johannesburg South Africa. Organised by UNEP-DEWA, Nairobi-Kenya. 10.76 Workshop for African Network on Global Environmental Change, Research and Capacity Development 22nd to 24th September 2005, Grand Regency, Nairobi 10.77 CEEPA Board Meeting October 2005. University of Pretoria, South Africa. 10.78 WMO Technical conference on. "Climate as a natural resource; Climate and water"1st and 2nd November 2005. Beijing, China. Facilitator. 10.79 AERC Collaborative PhD Programme Workshop. November 2005. Nairobi, Kenya. 10.80 Meeting on Forest Concession in Tanzania, by the Forest and Beekeeping Division. November 2005, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. 10.81 The first meeting of the organizing committee of the Tanzania coastal and marine forum, 28th November 2005. Dar es Salaam 10.82 Second Scientific Conference on Environmental Sustainability in Tanzania: Implications of Climate Change. January 23rd ­ 26th, 2006 Kilimanjaro Cranes Hotels, Moshi Kilimanjaro Tanzania. 10.83 VICRES Annual General Meeting 23rd ­ 27th May 2006 Kisumu, Kenya. 10.84 AERC Collaborative PhD Programme Workshop. June 2006. Nairobi, Kenya. 10.85 RANESA phase II second workshop. Pretoria July 29 ­ August 2006. South Africa. 10.86 WMO Conference on RAI WG on Hydrological Services, Impala Hotel November 2006, Arusha Tanzania. 10.87 AERC Collaborative PhD Programme Workshop. December 2006. Nairobi, Kenya. 10.88 ERB Workshop on Energy Crisis in Tanzania, Markham Hotel, Mayfair plaza, December, 2006 Dar es Salaam 10.89 IFS workshop in Pretoria. 27th to 1st June 2007. (Lectured on research methods) 10.90 NEMC workshop: The 1st Coastal and Marine Forum conference, White Sands Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. (Presented a paper on Globalisation impact on conservation and livelihoods in the Coastal and Marine Resources in Tanzania with Prof Ian Bryceson, Dr R. Lokina)

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10.91 Facilitator/Moderator; Public hearing for the Tourism Act 2007 Bill. Dar es Salaam and Arusha 8th and 10th October 2007 respectively. 10.92 Nile Basin Initiative workshop ­ November 2007 BOT Institute Mwanza 10.93 VicRes Lead Scientists Meeting ­ March 2008 Nile Resort, Jinja ­ Uganda 10.94 Valuing the Arc (VtA) project meetings; UEA and University of Cambridge th th 5 to 9 May 2008. UK 10.95 VicRes Annual General Meeting ­ May 27th -31st 2008 Ngurdoto Mountain Lodge, Arusha ­ Tanzania. 10.96 Participated in the Workshop on "Asserting Rights, Defining Responsibilities: Perspectives from Small-scale Fishing Communities on Coastal and Fisheries Management in Eastern and Southern Africa", 24 to 27 June 2008, Zanzibar, Tanzania, organized jointly by ICSF, MDT and WIOMSA in collaboration with WFFP. 10.97 Addis Ababa meeting on, Social Sciences Research in Africa, October 2008 10.98 Mauritius, Commonwealth fisheries study tour, November, 2008 10.99 Khartoum, Nile Basin Initiative November, 2008 10.100 Oslo, Norway, NORAGRIC, Meeting of the Coastal Fisheries in Tanzania Study, April 2009 10.101 Brighton, UK, University of Essex, IDS, Climate Change Adaptation in Africa, Policy Processes Linking Researchers with Policy makers meeting, June 2009 10.102 St. Denis, La Reunion, WIOMSA symposium August 2009. 10.103 Morogoro, Tanzania, REDD workshop, September 2009 10.104 Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, Climate Change Adaptation in Africa, Policy Processes Linking Researchers with Policy makers meeting, September 2009 10.105 Valuing the Arc (VtA) project meetings; November 2009, Kunduchi Beach Hotel Dares Salaam 10.106 Social dimensions of climate change adaptation meeting convened by the Norwegian National Commission to UNESCO through Norway's MOST in Oslo, 25th August 2010. Team member for drafting concept note for a network on social transformation with respect to climate change, values, power and knowledge. 10.107 Ramsar STRP meeting in Johannesburg, South Africa, November 28th ­ Dec rd 3 2010. Presentation on Overview of wetland values in East Africa. 10.108 Climate Change Adaptation in Agriculture sector in Africa, Dec 14th Oslo, Norway. Presentation on Policy Processes for climate change adaptation in Tanzania. Work in Progress in 2009/2013 1. Coastal fisheries of Tanzania: the challenges of globalisation to resource management, livelihoods and governance Research 2008/2011. A NUFU project. 2. CCIAM ­ REDD project on comparative study of incentive mechanisms under REDD and Non REDD situations in Kilwa and Lindi Districts, Tanzania 2010-2013

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