Student University Supervisor Year
LOCAL POTENTIALS AND LIMITS FOR COMMERCIALIZATION OF SMALL-SCALE RURAL AGRO-ENTERPRISES: THE CASE OF SUNFLOWER IN IDIFU VILLAGE, CENTRAL TANZANIA
Betty Amos Begashe Sokoine University of Agriculture Dr. Khamaldin Mutabazi 2017
RURAL COMMERCIALIZATION POTENTIAL OF HIGH-VALUE AGRICULTURAL COMMODITIES: THE CASE OF SUNFLOWER VALUE CHAIN IN IDIFU VILLAGE IN CENTRAL TANZANIA
Sebastian Mahenge Sokoine University of Agriculture Dr. Khamaldin Mutabazi 2017
FARMERS’ VIEWS ON INNOVATION OUTCOMES: PARTICIPATORY OUTCOME EVALUATION WITH SMALLHOLDER FARMER GROUPS IN TANZANIA
Esther Mieves Faculty of Agricultural Sciences Georg-August-University Göttingen Faculty of Organic Agriculture University of Kassel Apl. Prof. Dr. Brigitte Kaufmann and Prof. Dr. Christian Herzig 2016
FACILITATION AND ASSESSMENT OF PARTICIPATORY MONITORING AND EVALUATION SYSTEMS FOR INNOVATION PROCESSES WITH TANZANIAN SMALLHOLDER FARMER GROUPS
Pramila Thapa Faculty of Agricultural Sciences Georg-August-University of Göttingen and Faculty of Organic Agriculture University of Kassel apl. Prof. Dr. Brigitte Kaufmann and Dr. Jana Juhrbandt 2016
The contribution of cassava production to food security of smallholder farmers in the regions of Dodoma and Morogoro, Tanzania
Katrin Reincke Humboldt University in Berlin accomplished at Faculty of Life Sciences Albrecht Daniel Thaer-Institut fuer Agrar- und Gartenbauwissenschaften Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Bokelmann, Dr. Marcos Lana 2016
Innovation-driven shift towards a sustainable energy consumption of smallholder farmers - A case study on improved stove technologies and increased on-farm wood production in two regions of Tanzania.
Johannes Hafner Agrarökonomie / Agricultural Economics HUMBOLDT UNIVERSITÄT ZU BERLIN Lebenswissenschaftliche Fakultät Christian Franke (HU), Götz Uckert (ZALF), Anthony Kimaro (ICRAF) 2016
Social Capital and Community Based Organizations’ Functionality in Innovation Processes:Perspectives from three Case Studies in Tanzania
Raúl Fernández Tranche Göttingen University accomplished at the German Institute for Tropical and Subtropical Agriculture, Witzenhausen Dr. Pamela Ngwenya 2016
Using role play to assess possible implications of gender and socio-cultural factors for innovation uptake decisions in Tanzanian small-farming communities. Forthcoming MSc thesis
Schulz, K German Institute for Tropical and Subtropical Agriculture DITSL, Georg-August-University of Göttingen Dr. Pamela Ngwenya 2015
Participative terrain mapping as basis for scientific field trials relating to food security in Ilolo Tanzania. (BSc. Thesis)
Ottilie Gebhardt University of Hohenheim PD Dr. Ludger Herrmann 2014
MSc. Thesis Proposal: Rural financial systems in the development context
Muratovic, A Leibniz University Hannover Dr. Anja Faße 2015
MSc. Master Thesis Proposal: Efficiency of maize production and its impact on food security
Saaedullah Leibniz Universität Hannover Dr. Anja Faße 2016
MSc. Master Thesis Proposal: Innovation, Interaction and Relation between Small-Scale Farmers and Private Actors within a Value Chain in rural Tanzania: Understanding through Actor-Network-Theory
Maximilian Schmid German Development Institute DIE, University of Bonn Raoul Herrmann 2016
Participatory monitoring and evaluation of innovation development with Tanzanian farmer groups. Forthcoming MSc thesis
Thapa, P. German Institute for Tropical and Subtropical Agriculture DITSL, Georg-August-University of Göttingen Dr. Pamela Ngwenya 2016
Msc. Thesis Proposal: Assessing the Role of Kitchen Gardens on the Food Availability and Accessibility at Household Level in Rural Tanzania. Case study: Changarawe and Idifu Village.
Marie Estelle Bumah HUMBOLDT UNIVERSITAT ZU BERLIN|Faculty of Life Sciences|Albrecht Thaer- Institute of Agricultural and Horticultural Science|International Master in Rural Development Wolfgang Bokelmann (HU), Stefan Sieber (ZALF), In-Field Supervision: Hadijah Mbwana (Sokoine University of Agriculture) 2016
RESEARCH PROPOSAL: Economic Analysis of Improved Firewood Cooking Stoves and their Implication to Community livelihoods in Chamwino and Kilosa districts, Tanzania
OGOSSY G. SERERYA FACULTY OF FORESTRY AND NATURE CONSERVATION DEPARTMENT OF FOREST ECONOMICS Dr. LUSAMBO, L.P; UCKERT,G. and Dr. SILAYO 2015
Potential and feasibility for implementing upgrading strategies to improve rural poor food value chains
Isa Laura Schneider Eberswalde University for Sustainable Development, Germany - University of Applied Sciences - Faculty of Forest and Environment Frieder Gräf 2014
A PARTICIPATORY SITUATION ANALYSIS OF TANZANIAN SMALLHOLDER FARMING SYSTEMS: Identifying points of entry for innovation from the farmer’s perspective
Maria Höhne Faculty of Agricultural Sciences, Georg-August-University of Göttingen and Faculty of Organic Agricultural Sciences, University of Kassel Brigitte Kaufmann 2015