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Copyright 2017 - @ College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences - Makerere University. All Rights Reserved!

John R. S. Tabuti, PhD

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Highest Qualification: PhD
Professor, Department of Enviromental Management

School of Forestry, Enviromental and Geographical Sciences
Speciality: Ethanobotany

FULL CV

James Okot-Okumu, PhD

Head of Department, Environmental Management

PhD Environmental Science (Makerere University); M.Sc Environmental Science and Technology (IHE- DELFT, The Netherlands); BSc (Hons)Biochem/Chem; BSC (Hons) University of Ghana LEGON; Grad. Diploma Environmental Science and Technology (IHE- DELFT, The Netherlands).

School of Forestry, Enviromental and Geographical Sciences
Speciality:     Environmental Scientist, Water Resources Management, Environmental Impact Assessment
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TEL.NO: 0772 411 460

Frank Kansiime, PhD

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Highest Qualification: PhD

Professor, Department of Environmental Management

School of Forestry, Enviromental and Geographical Sciences
Speciality: Environmental Eco-technology

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Kenneth Nyombi, PhD

Highest Qualification: PhD
Lecturer, Department of Environmental Management
Speciality: Plant-Soil environment Interactions, modeling, systems analysis

Justine Namaalwa, PhD

Highest Qualification: PhD
Lecturer, Department of Environmental Management

School of Forestry, Enviromental and Geographical Sciences
Speciality: Biophysical modeling, Forest Resource Assessment, Management and Economics

 

Paul Musali, PhD

Highest Qualification: PhD
Lecturer, Department of Environmental Management

School of Forestry, Enviromental and Geographical Sciences
Speciality: Environment Management

Bob Nakileza, PhD

Highest Qualification: PhD
Lecturer, Department of Environmental Management

School of Forestry, Enviromental and Geographical Sciences
Speciality: Environment Management

David Mwesigye Tumusiime (PhD)

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Assoc. Prof. of Environment and Natural Resources

Department of Environmental Management, Makerere University 

Director, Makerere University Biological Field Station

School of Forestry, Enviromental and Geographical Sciences

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Phone: +256779411741 and +256701068602

EDUCATION

Ph.D. Environment and Development Studies, 2012 - Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU), Norway

MSc. Management of Natural Resources and Sustainable Agriculture (MNRSA), 2006 - Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU), Norway

B.Sc. Forestry (First class), 2003 - Makerere University, Uganda

 

SELECTED TEACHING APPOINTMENTS

MSc & PhD Level                                                   

  • Environmental politics, policy and legislation
  • Political Ecology 
  • Research Methods
  • Graduate Seminars
  • Statistics and Computing
  • Natural Resource Project Planning and Management
  • Environmental Management

BSc. Level

  • Human Ecology
  • Natural resources policies and laws
  • Forest Management Planning
  • Forestry for Rural Development
  • Human resource Management

SELECTED RECENT PROJECTS

  1. Agricultural Investors as Development Actors (AIDA)? Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark,2016 – 2021
  2. Strategic Environment and Social Assessment (SESA) For REDD+ Strategy Options for Uganda – The World Bank, 2016
  3. Assessment of Uganda’s Forest Sector with a view to Strengthening Community Based Forestry: Extent of alignment of Uganda’s policy/legal framework with respect to Voluntary Guidelines for the Governance of Tenure- FAO, Uganda – 2016
  4. State of Research for Resilience: Uganda Country Case Study - The IGAD Drought Resilience Sustainable Initiative (IDDRSI), FAO (Djibouti) – 2016
  5. Effects of human activities on the biodiversity of Kibale National Park –the School of Forestry, Environmental and Geographical Sciences, Makerere University, 2016
  6. Protected areas and people in Uganda: Costs, benefits, livelihoods and narratives around Bwindi Impenetrable National Park - the Norwegian Research Council, 2007-2012
  7. Deforestation of Central Forest Reserves in Kibale and Kyenjojo Districts of Uganda - WEMNET Uganda, 2015
  8. Ex-post assessment of thesupport for the rehabilitation, development and sustainable management of forest resources in northern Uganda FAO, Uganda - 2014
  9. Trade-Offs and Synergies in Managing Wetlands Resources for Improved Food Security and Adaptation to Climate Change in the Lake Victoria Basin - theInter-University Council for East Africa (IUCEA), 2012-2014.
  10. Technical Impact Assessment: Farm Income Enhancement and Forest Conservation Project- Tree Planting Sub-Component and Apiculture - the Ministry of Water and Environment, Uganda - 2014
  11. Evaluation of a NORAD projectsupporting transboundary collaboration to reduce habitat degradation and promote economic development in the Greater Virungatransboundary- the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (NORAD), 2013.
  12. Appraisal of the NORAD Programme Promoting transboundary collaboration in the Central Albertine Rift in order to reduce unsustainable exploitation of natural resources and contribute to economic development - the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (NORAD), 2013
  13. Analysis of the policy and legal status of the wildlife sector with respect to sharing of tourism revenues -Uganda Ministry of Tourism, Wildlife and Antiquities ,2013.

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Tumusiime, D. M.and Vedeld, P. (2015). Can Area Protection Benefit Local Livelihoods? Costs and Benefits at a Strict Protected Area in Uganda.Journal of Sustainable Forestry.

Turyahabwe, N., Byakagaba, P. &Tumusiime, D.M. (2015). Decentralisation of Forest Management — Is it a Panacea to Challenges in Forest Governance in Uganda? In: ZLATIC, M. (ed.) Precious Forests - Precious Earth.

Tumusiime, D. M.and Sjaastad, E. (2014). Conservation and Development: Justice, Inequality, and Attitudes around Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. Journal of Development Studies, 50(2):204-225.

Turyahabwe, N., Tumusiime, D.M., Tumwebaze, S.B., and Byakagaba, P. (2013) Impact of Collaborative Forest Management on Forest Status and Local People’s Livelihoods in Uganda. Journal of Sustainable Development, 6(10):1-13.

Turyahabwe, N., Tumusiime, D.M., Kakuru, W., and Barasa, B. (2013).Wetland Use/cover Changes and Local Perceptions in Uganda.Sustainable Agriculture Research, 2(4):95-105

Tumusiime, D. M., Tweheyo M. and Muhairwe T. (2013).Elephant Damage and Tree Response in Restored parts of Kibale National Park, Uganda.International Journal of Biodiversity Conservation 5(6): 371-377.

Turyahabwe, N., Kakuru, W., Tweheyo M. and Tumusiime, D.M. (2013). Contribution of Wetland Resources to Household Food Security in Uganda.Agriculture & Food Security 2(5):2-12.

Tumusiime, D. M., and Vedeld, P. (2012).False Promise or False Premise?Using Tourism Revenue Sharing to Promote Conservation and Poverty Reduction in Uganda.Conservation and Society, 10, 15-28.

Tumusiime, D. M. (2012).Protected areas and people in Uganda: Costs, benefits, livelihoods and narratives around Bwindi Impenetrable National Park.Norwegian University of Life Sciences.ISBN 978-82-575-1069-5.

Tweheyo, M., Tumusiime, D.M., Turyahabwe, N., Asiimwe, A. and Orikiriza, L.J.B. (2012) Wildlife Damage and Control Methods around Lake Mburo National Park, Uganda.International Journal of Pest Management 58(1):25-31.

Tumusiime, D. M., and Svarstad, H. (2011).A Local Counter-Narrative on the Conservation of Mountain Gorillas.Forum for Development Studies, 38, 239-265.

Tumusiime, D. M., Vedeld, P. and Gombya-Ssembajjwe, W. (2011). Breaking the Law? Illegal Livelihoods from a Protected Area in Uganda.Forest Policy and Economics 13 (4): 273-283.

Tumusiime, D.M., Eilu, G., Tweheyo, M., and Babweteera, F. (2010).Wildlife Snaring in Budongo Forest Reserve, Uganda.Human Dimensions of Wildlife, 15(2):129-144.

Babweteera, F., Reynolds, V., Tumusiime, D.M., and Cox, D. (2006): The threat of hunting: Does the protectionist approach protect chimpanzee? International Journal of primatology 27 (S1).

MEMBERSHIP TO PROFESSIONAL AND ACADEMIC BODIES

  • Nature Uganda
  • Uganda Biodiversity Network    
  • Society for Conservation Biology: A global community of conservation professionals
  • Forestry Association of Makerere University      
  • Environmental Governance and Protected Areas (ENGOPA) research cluster
  • Association of American Geographers (AAG)

Patrick Byakagaba, PhD

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Highest Qualification: PhD
Lecturer, Department of Environmental Management

School of Forestry, Enviromental and Geographical Sciences
Speciality: Natural Resource Policies, Biophysical modeling and Environmental management

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Doreen Karungi

Highest Qualification: MPhil.
Assistant Lecturer, Department of Environmental Management
Speciality: Urban Planning

Faridah Nalwanga

Highest Qualification: MPhil.
Assistant Lecturer, Department of Environmental Management

School of Forestry, Enviromental and Geographical Sciences
Speciality: Environment Management

Joseph Semambo

Highest Qualification: MA
Assistant Lecturer, Department of Environmental Management
Speciality: Urban Planning

Fred Yikii,MSc

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Highest Qualification: MSc
Teaching Assistant, Department of Environmental Management

School of Forestry, Enviromental and Geographical Sciences
Speciality: Common Property Resources Management, Sustainable Land Management

Derek Muhwezi

Highest Qualification: MSc
Lecturer, Department of Environmental Management

School of Forestry, Enviromental and Geographical Sciences
Speciality: Urban Planning/ Geographical Information Systems

Godwin Erima,MSc

Erima Godwin

Highest Qualification: MSc
Assistant Lecturer, Department of Environmental Management

School of Forestry, Enviromental and Geographical Sciences
Speciality: Earth and Geological Processes

Kenneth Balikoowa,MSc

Kenneth Balikoowa

Assistant Lecturer

Highest Qualification: MSc

Department of Environmental Management
School of Forestry, Environment and Geographical Sciences,
College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences,
Makerere University,
P. O Box 7062, Kampala, Uganda;
Tel: +256 773 384 343/ +256704384343
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Ellen Kayendeke,MSc

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 Highest Qualification; MSc 

Department of Environmental Management

School of Forestry, Enviromental and Geographical Sciences

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Assistant Lecturer in the Department of

Environment Management

Highest Qualification: MSc

Jeremiah Ssali Lwanga

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Jeremiah Ssali Lwanga

Lecturer

Department of Environmental Management

Postal address: IENR, Makerere University, P. O. Box 7298

Kampala, Uganda

Office:

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Telephone: 256753483856

Subject area:

Conservation biology and tropical forest ecology.

Research:

My research has focused on tropical succession and monitoring changes in populations of forest primates and ungulates in Kibale National Park, Uganda.

Teaching:

Responsible for:

ENR2104 - Biodiversity

Selected publications:

Scientific publications:

Lwanga, J.S. & Isabirye-Basuta, G. (2008).Long-term perspectives on forest conservation: lessons from research in Kibale National Park. In: Science and Conservation in African Forests: The Benefits of Long-term Research. (R. Wrangham and E. Ross eds.) pp. 63-74.

Isabirye-Basuta, G.M. & Lwanga, J.S. (2008). Primate populations and their interactions with changing habitats. International Journal of Primatology, 29:35

Egeru Anthony,phD

Qualification: BA. Education (Mak), MSc. Environment and Natural Resources (Mak), PhD student (Dryland Resources Management) University of Nairobi

Department of Environmental Management

School of Forestry, Enviromental and Geographical Sciences

Speciality: Land use and rural development planning, pastoral livelihoods, climate change adaptation, early warning systems and environmental policy.

CV: Coming soon

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Natumanya Ezrah, MSc

Highest Qualification: MSc

Lecturer, Department of Environmental Management

School of Forestry, Enviromental and Geographical Sciences

 

 

Contact us

Office of the Principal

College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences - Makerere University

P.O.Box, 7062, Kampala, Uganda

Tel: +256-414-542277

Email: principal@caes.mak.ac.ug