Halima O. Mangi

Assistant Lecturer


Halima Omari Mangi, hold a European Master of Science in Applied Ecology (EMAE) which she accomplished through Erasmus Mundus Program in 2012. She has studied Wildlife Management in the Sokoine University of Agriculture in Morogoro Tanzania. She has been working with Sokoine University of Agriculture, Department of Development Studies, as Assistant Lecturer since 2014. Before joining Sokoine University she has been working as Park Ecologist with Mkomazi National Park in Kilimanjaro region, Tanzania. Halima has skills in Ecological modeling and spatial analysis. She also has experience in community based Natural Resource Management and Ecosystem Management. She has been involved in different Socio-Ecological System Analysis projects and Ecosystem Services researches. She has also been part in interdisciplinary research dealing with Gender vulnerability to climate change and communities livelihoods. She participated as Spatial and Socio- Ecological Analyst in a Baseline survey for Land Resources Management Capacity of the Institutions in Sumbawanga Cluster. In addition, Halima is currently engaged in two researches namely; Tanzanias’ food production and supply for Tourism Sustainability: Opportunities and Constraints and Assessment of community awareness of Biodiversity Awareness in and around Wazo Hill Quarry. Halima has research aspiration on Socio-Ecological System Analysis and Ecological Modeling and the application for Sustainable development.

At the Development Studies Institute, she teaches various courses  and she has  supervised a number of Undersgraduate Special Projects,  carried out different out research and consultancies.
Other responsibilities
  • a member of  DSI Research and  Publication Committee
  • a  member of estructuring Process Task Force Committee           



Msc.  Applied Ecology     ; Erasmus Mundus Program within the following Universities; Poitiers University - France, East Anglia University - U.K, Coimbra University - Portugal and Kiel University, Germany ( 2012)

Bsc. Wildlife Management; Sokoine University of Agriculture ( 2006)

Advanced level of Secondary Education in Physics, Chemistry and Biology (PCB);    Maswa Secondary School-Shinyanga   ( 2002)                                                                         



RESEARCH STUDIES UNDERTAKEN

  • Tanzania's Food production and Supply and Sustainability of Tourism Sectors; Opportunities and Constraints (on going)
  • Assessment of Community awareness of biodiversity in and Around Wazo Hill Quarry area (ongoing research funded by Quarry Life Award)
  • Gender analysis of climate change vulnerability to community livelihoods in Tanzania: a qualitative approach in Iramba and Meatu Districts
  • Impact of Water Availability on the distribution of Large Mammals in the Mkomazi National Park
  • Effect of Mammal distribution on the Vegetation Changes and patterns in Mkomazi National Park, Same Kilimanjaro
  • Vegetation Resources and species diversity Inventory in The Mkomazi National Park, Mkomazi National Park, Same Kilimanjaro
  • Large Mammals Population monitoring in  the Mkomazi National Park     
  • Surface and Ground Water  Resource quantity and quality analysis in Mkomazi National Park,  Same,  Kilimanjaro

CONSUTANCY ASSIGNMENT CONDUCTED
  • Established Ecological Monitoring Database at Mkomazi National Park – Tanzania from November 2008 to December 2014.
  • Preparation “Waste Management Plan” for Mkomazi National Park from October 2012 to December 2013
  • Member of working group in Development of a five “Strategic Fire Management Plan” for Tanzania National Park in 2013
  • Member of working group in Development “Strategic Water Management Plan” for Tanzania National Park from 2012 to 2014.
  • Coordinator at the Park level during development of a ten years “General Management Plan” for Mkomazi National Park from November 2008 to May 2010.
  • Group leader in stakeholder’s consultation meetings  from 20th Nov –18th Dec 2008 conducted in twenty (20) villages, five (5) Districts of Same, Mwanga, Mkinga (Kilimanjaro) and Korogwe and Lushoto (Tanga)
  • Co-Facilitator on the seminar held to villagers of Bisarwi at Tarime District on Environmental protection which was organised by Nile basin Project, March, 2008
  • Liason person between the Central Government and communities in the Serengeti Ecosystem (at Kibaso and Mrito villages) during  initial stages of establishment of Wildlife Management  Area from  September 2007 to July 2008; Tarime District, Mara - Tanzania  Member of the working group for Endangered Zebra species (Grevy’s Zebra) in Samburu Conservation area in Kenya in 2008.  
  • Coordinated Environmental week campaigns from 1 – 5th June in Tarime District Council (Cleaning and tree planting at Tarime Township, Sirari boarder town and Nyamongo area).
  • Organised National Tree planting day, 1st January 2008 at District level at Tarime District Council at Nyarero village (about fifty thousand trees were planted that day in the whole district)
  • Coordinated preparation of Constitution for Youth Inventiness Support Friendship (Non-Governmental Organisation) Co-facilitor for group dynamics to 34 trainees with Development office of Caritas – Singida; from 15th November 2006 – 1st    March 2007.
  • Co-facilator on project planning and management with Development office of Caritas – Singida
H. O. Mangi, "Tide Management in the Elbe River and Changes in Ecosystem Services," Advances in Ecology, vol. 2016, Article ID 9519637, 13 pages, 2016. doi:10.1155/2016/9519637

O. Mangi, "Estimation of Monetary Values of the Ecosystem Services Flow at the Tidal Elbe River," Advances in Ecology, vol. 2016, Article ID 6742786, 8 pages, 2016. doi:10.1155/2016/6742786
Mangi, O.H (2012).Assessment of the changes of ecosystem services as a result of the tide management in the River Elbe. Hamburg, Germany (Thesis- Unpublished)


Papers sent for publication

 Kabote, S.J, Nombo, C.I, Mamiro, D.P, Synnevåg G, Urassa, J.K, Masolwa, L.W, Mattee, A.Z, and Mangi,O. H .

Gender analysis of climate change vulnerability to community livelihoods in Tanzania: a qualitative approach; Iramba and Meatu Districts , Tanzania

 Mangi, O.H (2015).Assessment of Impact of Water Sources on the Mammal Distribution in Mkomazi National Park; Same Kilimanjaro


  • Environmental and Social Impact Assessment procedures.      29th May – 6th June 2009  
  • Certificate in Application of GIS and MARA    Decision Support System; by  WREM – International Inc., U.S.A    April 28 – 13 July 2008        
  • Certificate in Principles and application of GIS; by UCLAS University, Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania    November 4 – 16, 2007       
  • Certificate in Disaster Management; by UCLAS University – Dar es Salaam, Tanzania    12th– 16th March 2007       
  • Certificate in Project planning and Management; by M.M.M Sisters, Ngaramtoni Arusha, Tanzania.  24, Sept– 6 Oct 2006       
  • Workshop on Water resources Management, Arusha. 22 – 27 November 2010  
  • Workshop on Wild fire Management, Arusha Tanzania. 14 – 18 May 2012  
  • Facilitator in Community Based Ecosystem Management Workshop;  Korogwe, Tanga. 18  –  20 June 2012  
  • Training on Teaching Methodology, Mid land Hotel, Morogoro     January, 2015
  • Training on Problem based Learning and E- learning    ( Moodle platform); Amibilis hotel, Morogoro Tanzania    13, – 7 June 2015
  • Training on E- learning (Moodle platform); ICE – SUA,     Morogoro. 1 – 3 July, 2015
  • Training on Soil and Water Analysis Tool (SWAT) at              SUA Morogoro.    25th - 30th July 2015
  • Training on R-STATISTICS at SUA, Morogoro    10th -14th August 201
  • Mentoring Workshop at Hilux Hotel, Morogoro (28th June to 1st July 2016
  • Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Methodological Perspective at Sokoine University (26th September to 7th October, 2016 )
  • QGIS, QSWAT and SWAT_CUP application at Sokoine University (10th  to 14th October, 2016
  • Didacticsand Pedagogical skills at  VETA Mikumi Morogoro (1st  to 4th March, 2017)


Department of Development Studies  (DDS),  
P.O. Box 3024, Morogoro, TANZANIA.
Telephone: + 255 023 2604645 and +255 023 3511      
Mobile: 0785764097; 0764587636    ;            
Email: halima.mangi@suanet.ac.tz
nellyhal@hotmail.com
omarihalima@yahoo.com

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