Tanzania, United Republic of
|My professional career has primarily focused on human-shark conflict and shark and ray ecology, conservation and management.
Dr Narriman Jiddawi has an MSC degree on Fisheries management obtained at the University of North Wales, Bangor and a PhD on Marine sciences obtained from the University of Dar es salaam. She has worked extensively on issues related to mariculture, fisheries management and socio-economic women empowerment along the coast. She has also worked on Climate change projects and Blue economy.
PhD in tropical marine botany.
Fields of expertise
- Marine plants both mangroves and algae
- Marine protected areas, networks of MPAs
- Sustainable financing of protected areas
- Mangrove restoration and management
Countries of working expertise: Kenya, Tanzania, Palau, FSM, CNMI, Indonesia., Papua new Guinea, Marshall Islands., Fiji and Solomon Islands.
I am a Lecturer and researcher at the University of Dar Es Salaam, School of Aquatic Sciences and Fisheries Technology. I have more than 10 years of professional experience in teaching, research, and consultancy in marine fisheries and socio-ecological systems, Fishers' traditional knowledge, marine protected areas, conservation, and development. I have a good understanding, with broad knowledge, of the dynamics in tropical small-scale fisheries, management as well as capacity building.
My educational background is fisheries and Aquaculture with a Master's degree in Fisheries science. My expertise is fisheries and Aquaculture value chain, with working experience of over 12 years in fisheries and management, resource monitoring, and fisheries project management. My aquaculture expertise focuses more on marine fish species while fisheries management based on both inland water and marine fisheries.
I am a mid-career professional, a former fisheries officer and currently a Marine Conservation Warden at Mafia Island Marine Park. I deal with conservation and management of marine resources and its environment for 7 years now. I have a degree in Fisheries and Aquaculture from the University of Dar es Salaam (UDSM) and recently graduated a joint Erasmus Mundus Master Course on Maritime Spatial Planning from Venice, Azore and Sevilla Universities.
Dr. Mwita M. Mangora is Senior Lecturer at the Institute of Marine Sciences - Zanzibar of the University of Dar es Salaam. Dr. Mangora conducts research, training and consultancy on mangrove ecosystems protection, management, restoration and their role in safeguarding environmental integrity and supporting local, national and global economies and development.