Dr. Emmanuel Chingonikaya


Senior Lecturer


Dr. Chingonikaya is the senior Lecturer in the Development Studies Institute. He teaches both undergraduate and postgraduate courses including: Rural Industrialization; Introduction to Development Studies; Human Settlement and Ecology; Natural Resources Management; and Designing Rural Development Projects/programmes and Research and Consultancies on various disciplines. He has supervised a number of post graduate dissertations and undergraduate special projects. He has authorized a number of academic papers/articles published in different Journal articles ( local and online Journals). Dr. Chingonikaya has conducted consultancies and research works in various places in the country.

Currently he is a coordinator of DS 100 undergraduate course


PhD (Rural Development )- Sokoine University of Agriculture ( 2010)

MSc. (Forestry)- Sokoine University of Agriculture (1999)

BSc. (Forestry) (hons) - Sokoine University of Agriculture (1995)

Advanced Level of Secondary Education - Kasita Seminary (1991)

Ordinary Level of Secondary Education - Kasita Seminary (1988)
CONSULTANCIES

1. Baseline Survey on Phone Charging Situation in the Lake Victoria Zone Regions, Tanzania. Sponsored by SIDA (Swedish International Development Agency) (2012)

2. Preparation of Business Plan for Ulanga Teachers SACCOS Rice Milling Project, Ulanga District, Morogoro, Tanzania (2009)

3. Analysis of Gender Mainstreaming in Participatory Forestry Programmes (PFPs) in Tanzania. Food and Agriculture Organization- United Nations (FAO-UN), (2008)

4. Evaluation of Donkey Welfare Improvement Project. Sponsored by Rural Access Information Technology and Institutional Services (RAITIS) - Trust organization, Morogoro, Tanzania in collaboration with SPANA, London, UK. (2003).

5.Study on Gender and women involvement in Forestry in Tanzania. Sponsored by Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism through Forest and Beekeeping Division, Tanzania. (2000).

6. Social and Economic activities leading to destruction of aquatic environment in Morogoro, Region, Tanzania. Sponsored by National Environment and Management Council (NEMC), Tanzania. (1995)



A: PUBLICATIONS AFTER LAST PRONMOTION

1. Chingonikaya, E. E. and Adolf, J. (2015). Adolescent Mothers’ Struggles to Revive their Aspirations in Makete District, Tanzania. Rural Planning Journal (submitted)
2. Chingonikaya, E.E. and Mzingula, E.P. (2015). Social and Institutional Factors Influencing Adoption of Soil Conservation Technologies in Hill slopes of West Usambara Mountains, Tanzania. International Journal of Agriculture Advance Research (submitted)
3. Chingonikaya, E.E. and Mrisha, U.K. (2015). Attitudes of Parents from non and Hadzabe Communities towards Educating the Hadzabe Girls in Primary and Secondary Schools in Karatu District, Tanzania. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences (submitted)
4. Chingonikaya, E.E., Mbwambo, J.S. and Nguya, N. (2015). Attitudes of Community towards female genital mutilation in Manyoni District, Singida Region, Tanzania. Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies (Submitted)
5. Chingonikaya, E.E., Mwakalobo, A.B.S. and Karumo, B. (2015). Domestic Water Accessibility and its Implications to Household Income in Maswa District, Shinyanga, Tanzania. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences (submitted)
6. Chingonikaya, E.E. and Mwasha, D. (2015)..Perceived Existence of Farmer-Pastoralist Conflict in Relation with Climate Change in Kilosa District, Tanzania. Journal of Continuing Education and Extension (Submitted)
7. Chingonikaya, E. E. and Manase, J. (2015). Contribution of Law Enforcement Institutions in Protecting Street Children’s Rights in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania. Quest Journals (Accepted)
8. Chingonikaya, E. E. and Mgeni, Saida, Y. (in press). Gendered Participation in Afforestation in Njombe District, Tanzania. Tengeru Community Development Journal.
9. Assey, J., Jeckoniah, J.N. and Chingonikaya, E.E. (In press). Socio-Cultural Determinants of Family Planning Practice in Mafia District, Tanzania. Tengeru Community Development Journal
10. Kitururu, I.E., Chingonikaya, E.E. and Mahoo, H.F. (2014). Policies and Institutional Arrangements that Support the Provision of Operation Agrometeorology Information in Tanzania. Tanzania Journal of Development Studies (submitted)
11. Kihupi, M. L., Chingonikaya, E.E. and Mahonge, C. (2015). Smallholder Farmers’ Perception of Climate Change Versus Meteorological Data in Semi-arid Areas of Iringa District,Tanzania. Journal Environment and Earth Science 5(2). www.iiste.org
12. Kihupi, M. l., Mahonge, C. and Chingonikaya, E. E. (2015). Smallholder Farmers’ Adaptation Strategies to Impact of Climate Change in Semi-arid Areas of Iringa District Tanzania. Journal of Biology, Agriculture and Healthcare, Vol 5, No 2. www.iiste.org
13. Chingonikaya, E.E. and Mzingula, E.P. (2014). Adoption of Soil Conservation Technologies and Crop Productivity in West Usambara Highlands, Tanzania. Tengeru Community Development Journal 1 (1): 173-193.
14. Chingonikaya, E.E., Mrisha, U.K. and Malima, R. (2014). Dropouts and Academic Performance among Hadzabe Girls in Primary and Secondary Schools in Karatu District, Tanzania. Tengeru Community Development Journal 1(1): 44-63.
15. Kabote, S. J., Mamiro, D. P., Synnevåg, G., Urassa, J.K., Mattee, A. Z., Chingonikaya, E. E., Mbwambo, J. S., Nombo, C. I., and Masolwa, L.M. (2014). Rain-Fed Farming System at Crossroads in Semi-Arid Areas of Tanzania: What Roles do Climate Variability and Change Play? Journal of Environment and Earth Science 4 (16): 85-101.
16. Kabote, S.J. Mamiro, D., Synnevag, G., Urassa, J.K., Mattee, A.Z., Mbwambo, J.S., Nombo, C.I. and Chingonikaya, E.E. (2014). Inter-annual anomaly and reasonal variability of rainfall and temperature in selected semi-arid areas of Tanzania. Journal of Continuing Education and Extension 4(2):295-317.
17. Sanga, C., Magesa, M.M. Chingonikaya, E.E. and Kayunze, K.A. (2013). Can e-learning promote participation of female students in STEM disciplines in higher learning institutions of Tanzania? International Journal of Education using Information and Communication Technology (IJEDICT) 9:86-102.
18. Ruheza, S; Mattee, Z.A; Chingonikaya, E.E and Kilugwe, Z. (2013). Integration of the Indigenous Knowledge System (IKS) For Sustainable Management and Use of Biodiversity in South Nguru Mountain Forest, Tanzania: The Influence of Socio-Economic and Political Factors. Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa 15 (8): 94-114.
19. Mbwambo,J. S., Chingonikaya, E.E. and Mwatawala, H.W. (2013). Determinants of Higher Fertility Rates in Igunga District, Tanzania: Does Women Empowerment Matter?. International Journal of Social and Economic Research 3(1):91-103.
20. Katani, J. Z., Mbije, N.E., Mahonge, C. P. I., Chingonikaya, E.E. and Barandagiye, S. (2013). Local people’s perspectives on reducing negative impacts in human-wildlife interactions:A case of Doma and Mikumi villages. Rural Planning Journal 15 (2): 94-111.
21. Sikira, A. N., Chingonikaya, E.E. and Ringo, J. (2012). Women to women marriage (Nyumba Nthobhu): Violence among infertile women in Mara Region, Tanzania. Tanzania Journal of Development Studies 12 (1): 116 – 129.
22. Chingonikaya, E. E. and Nawanda, Y. E. (2011). Introduction to Development Studies. A compendium, published by Mzumbe Book Project, Morogoro, Tanzania. 128pp


B: PUBLICATIONS BEFORE LAST PROMOTION (2011)


23. Chingonikaya, E. E., Munishi, P.K.T., Luoga, E.J. and Kamile, I.B.M. (2010). Governance arrangements in a participatory forest management model: A case of Mgori Forest Reserve in Singida District, Tanzania. Local Government Development Journal 1 (2): 58 – 77.
24. Chingonikaya, E.E., Kamile, I.B.M., Mwakalobo, A.B.S., Sikira, A., Mbwambo, J.S. and Salanga, R.J. (2010). Gender-based decision making in Agroforestry Technologies Development among smallholder households at Imalinyi, Njombe District, Tanzania. Local Government Development Journal 1 (2): 88 – 104.
25. Chingonikaya, E. E., Munishi, P.K.T. and. Luoga, E.J. (2010). Woody Vegetation Stocking, Composition and Diversity in Miombo Woodlands In Tanzania: A Case Study of Mgori Forest Reserve in Singida District . Tanzania Journal of Forestry and Nature Conservation (80) (1): 1-18
26. Chingonikaya, E.E, A.B.S. Mwakalobo, A. Sikira, J.S. Mbwambo and R.J., Salanga (2010). Analysis of Gender-Based Decision Making in Agroforestry Technologies Development Among Smallholder Households at Imalinyi, Njombe, Iringa, Tanzania. Local Government Training Institute Journal (1-2): 88 – 104.
27. Chingonikaya, E. E., Katani, J.Z. and Zahabu, E. (2009). Valuation of Carbon Sequestration in Village Forest Reserves: A Case Study of Duru-Haitemba Forest Reserve, Tanzania. African Affairs 25 (2): 1-30.
28. Chingonikaya, E.E., Munishi, P.K.T. and Luoga, E.J., (2008). Community Based Forest Management in Tanzania: Does this change Rural Livelihoods? Journal of the Korean Association of African Studies 27: 269 – 294
29. Chingonikaya, E.E., P.K.T. Munishi and E.J. Luoga, (2008). Consumption of forest products in smallholder households around village forest reserves in Tanzania: A case study of Mgori Forest Reserve in Singida District. Tanzania Journal of Development Studies 8:79 - 98
30. Chingonikaya, E. E., Yusuph, Z, Katani, J. Z. (2008). Analysis of the level of sensitization on HIV/AIDS between girls and boys in primary, secondary and post – secondary schools in Morogoro Municipality. Journal of the Koreaan Association of African Studies. http://www.reportnet.co.kr/detail/1329/1328689.html
31. Mwakalobo, A.B,.S., Mbwambo, J.S. and Chingonikaya, E.E., (2008). Pathways out of and into poverty in HIV/AIDS raveged areas in rural Tanzania: The case of selected villages in Rungwe District. African Affairs 23 (2):1997-222
32. Chingonikaya, E. E., Mbwambo, J.S.,and Katani, J.Z., (2007). Interface of Agroforestry and poverty reduction in Magu district in Mwanza region, Tanzania. Journal of the Tanzania Association of Foresters 11: 96 – 107
33. Chingonikaya, E.E. and Maganga, J., (2007). Intrahousehold gender-based resources allocation and utilizatin: A case study of rural areas in Meatu District, Shinyanga, Tanzania. African Affairs 22: 69 - 104
34. Mbije, M.E. Katani, J.Z., Mokiti, M.P., Nsenga, J.V. and Chingonikaya, E.E.(2007). Tourist industry and its negative effects on Mount Kilimanajaro Ecosystem, Tanzania. Rural Planning Journal 9 (1): 60 – 78
35. Chingonikaya, E. E., Mwakalobo, A.B.S, Katani, J.Z. and Kessy, F.L., (2007). Explaining gender roles and agroforestry developmetn in smallholder farmers in Tanzania: An illustrative example of Njombe District. Journal of the Korean Association of African Studies 25: 233 – 262
36. Chingonikaya, E. E., Kapinga, D. S. and Kihiyo, V.B.Y., (2005). Liberation of policy and economic reforms: Their effects on forestry stakeholders in Tanzania. Journal of Rural Planning 6 (2): 53 - 67
37. Kessy J.F, Monela, G.C., Senya, F., Chingonikaya, E. E. and Mgumia, F. H., (2005). Gender Participation in Decision Making Processes under Community Based Forest Management arrangements in Babati District, Tanzania. Journal of Rural Planning VII (1): 59 – 68
38. Mwakalobo, A.B.S., Chingonikaya, E. E., Kessy, F.L. and Katani, J.Z., (2005). Gender roles and agroforestry development in smallholder farmers in Tanzania: An illustrative example of Gairo-Kilosa in Morogoro. Journal of Rural Planning 7 (2): 1 25
39. Chingonikaya, E. E., Maganga, J and Mbwambo, J., (2004). A study on Gender-Based resources ownership and its influence on utilization: A case of Rural Households in Meatu-Shinyanga. Journal of Rural Planning 6 (2): 16 – 30
40. Chingonikaya, E. E., (2004). Effect of improved fallow technology on soil fertility and maize yields at Gairo, Morogoro, Tanzania. Studies of Sustainable Agriculture and Animal Science in Sub Saharan Africa pp 55 – 71
41. Mbwambo, J. S and Chingonikaya, E. E. (2004). Adoption of agroforestry practices and their contribution to poverty reduction among rural households: A case of maize and woody biomass yield and income in Musoma district in Mara Region. Journal of Rural Planning VII (1): 38 - 58
42. Chingonikaya, E. E., (2002). Effect of improved fallow technology on soil fertility and maize yields at Gairo, Morogoro, Tanzania: Research and Development in Africa 1: 24 – 31.
43. Chingonikaya, E. E., (2002). Gender in ownership and user rights of land on development of forests and trees in Tanzania. UONGOZI Journal of Management and Development Dynamics 14 (2): 181 - 192
44. Chamshama, S. A. O, Chingonikaya, E.E., Mugasha, A.G., Iddi, S., Nshubemuki, L., and Malimbwi, R. E., (1999). Survival, growth, stem form and wood basic density of five Pinus Kesiya provenances at Buhindi, Mwanza, Tanzania. Journal of Tropical Forest Sciences 11 (2): 401 - 409.
45. Malinza, A. and Chingonikaya, E. E. (2013). Institutional Analysis of Agricultural Input Service Delivery in Tanzania. The Case of National Agricultural Input Voucher System. iAGRI Research Report, Sokoine University of Agriculture. 32pp.
46. Chingonikaya, E. E., Mwenda, E., Benard, J. and Vicent, V. (2012). Availability of phone charging services in off-grid areas of the Lake Zone, regions, Tanzania. This report presents a summary of the findings from research carried out by a local consultant ASEDETA in late 2012.The research was commissioned as part of the Capital Access for Renewable Energy Enterprises (CARE2) funded by the Swedish government.
47. Sikira, A., Chingonikaya, E.E., Kayunze, K.A., Kapilima, H.E. and Kasui, O., (2010). Situation analysis on HIV/AIDS in SUA community. Report Submitted to Sokoine University of Agriculture Authority. A Study Supported By TACAIDS. 59pp.
48. Chingonikaya, E.E., and Mwajombe, K.K. (2009). The changing roles and access to services by children in HIV/AIDS affected households in Makete District, Iringa, Tanzania. Research Report submitted to Research on Poverty Alleviation (REPOA). 37pp.
49. Mwageni, E. A. M.; Sikira, A. N.; Kayunze, K. A.; Urassa, J. K.; Chingonikaya, E. E.; and Kasuwi, O. (2007). Knowledge, Attitude and Sexual Behaviour among SUA Community Members on STDs and HIV/AIDS. Report Submitted to Sokoine University of Agriculture Authority, Morogoro. 35 pp.
50. Nguya, N., Samson, J. and Chingonikaya, E. E. (2005). Attitudes of women and men towards female genital mutilation performed to girls under 18 years in Tanzania: A case study of Musoma Rural and Manyoni Districts. The Report Submitted at REPOA Under The Theme of Cultural Aspects Affecting Children, January 2005. 36pp.
51. Chingonikaya, E. E. Mwakalobo, A. B. S. and Kessy, L., (2004). The Gender Role and the Future of Agroforestry Technologies in Farms of Poor Resourced Farmers in Tanzania, ASARECA/ECAPAPA, Entebbe, Uganda (Report)
52. Chingonikaya, E. E. and Mbwambo, J.S., (2004). Adoption of Agroforestry Practices and Their Contribution to Poverty Reduction Among Rural Households in Lake Victoria Zone, Tanzania. Research on Poverty Alleviation, Tanzania (Report)
53. Mbwambo, J.S., Mwageni, E. A., Chingonikaya, E.E. and Mwakalobo, A.B.S. (2007). Population dynamics and land changes in Tanzania: Lessons for agricultural growth and land degradation in Tanzania. The Fifth African Population Conference, Arusha International Conference Centre, Arusha, Tanzania, 10 14 December 2007, pp 95
54. Chingonikaya, E. E., Mwakalobo, A.B.S. and Kessy, F.L, (2004). The Gender Role and the Future of Agroforestry Technologies in Farms of Poor Resourced Farmers in Tanzania. A case study of Njombe district in Iringa Region, Tanzania. Presented at the Second Worldwide Symposium on Gender and Forestry, Held at College of African Wildlife Management Mweka, Kilimanjaro, Tanzania, held on 1st – 10th August 2004
55. Mbwambo, J. S and Chingonikaya, E. E., (2004). Adoption of agroforestry practices and their contribution to poverty reduction among rural households: A case of maize and woody biomass yield and income in Musoma district in Mara Region. Presented at the Second Worldwide Symposium on Gender and Forestry, Held at College of African Wildlife Management Mweka, Kilimanjaro, Tanzania, held on 1st – 10th August 2004
56. Munishi, P.T.K., Maliondo, S.M.S., Maganga, S.L.S., Norden L., Chingonikaya, E.E and Kway, S.E, (1997). Land Slides on Mlali and Kikundi watershed, Western Ulugurus Morogoro, Tanzania: The need for better soil and water conservation practices. In: S.A.O. Chamshama (ed). First Annual Forestry Proceeding, Sokoine University of Agriculture, Morogoro, Tanzania. Forestry Record 67. 168-175

Other qualifications

Certificate of attendance and active participation - Freie, Kassel and Bon Universities, DAAD, Nairobi, Kenya (November, 2011);
Certificate of attendance on supervision of PhD students - Prepare PhD Project, Sokoine University of Agriculture, Morogoro, Tanzania (September 2010)
Certificate of attendance (Driving school certificate) -Madusi Driving School, Morogoro, Tanzania ( March, 2008)
Certificate of Interdisciplinary course-scientific research Skills - Center for Development Research (ZEF), Bonn University, Germany (March 2006);
Certificate of Mathematical modeling and statistics - Center for Development Research (ZEF), Bonn University, Germany (December, 2005)
Certificate of Interdisciplinary Course –Concepts and theories of Development - Center for Development Research (ZEF), Bonn University, Germany (December,2005)
Certificate of Attendance (Learning Intercultural Competence) - Center for Development Research (ZEF), Bonn University, Germany
Certificate of attendance (Participatory research methodology for researching children) - REPOA, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania (13 April – 19 April, 2005)
Certificate of Attendance (Research Skills) - BACAS, Sokoine University of Agriculture, Tanzania (1- 21 Nov, 2004)
Certificate of Attendance (Teaching skills) - University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania (Sep, 2003)
Certificate of Attendance (Rural Poverty Alleviation through Agricultural Growth and Food Security) - World Bank Institute, Dar es Salaam Tanzania (Nov. 14 – Dec. 19, 2001)
Certificate of Attendance (Attacking Poverty in Africa: Policy and Institutional Reform for Sustainable Rural Development) - World Bank Institute, Dar es Salaam Tanzania (May 16 – June 27, 2001)
Certificate of Attendance (Participatory Methodology for Social Science on Poverty Alleviation) - REPOA, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania ( May 8 – May 12, 2000)
P.O. Box 1608, Morogoro, Tanzania

Office:
Development Studies Institute,
Sokoine University of Agriculture,
P.O.Box 3024, Chuo Kikuu,
Morogoro, Tanzania.

Telephone: Office: 255 23 2604645, 255 23 2603511 extension 3119/3122/3101
Fax: Office: 255 23 2604645 OR 255 23 20264388
Mobile: 255 755 492619

E-mail: chingo@suanet.ac.tz
OR emanuel.chingonikaya@yahoo.com


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