Mr. Gody J. Sanga

sangaMr. Gody J. Sanga is an assistant lecturer in natural resources and environmental economics at the department of Food and Resource Economics, School of Agricultural Economics and Business Studies of Sokoine University of Agriculture. He teaches and supervises researches in the areas of Natural resource economics, integrated ecological economic modeling, Land use economics, Agriculture economics, Agricultural price policy, Institutional Economics, Micro and Macro economics, and Econometrics.

He has a vast experience in research in areas related to landscape management especially watershed and wetland management, community forest management, Land use economics, Fishery resources management, non-renewable resources management. He has participated in various consultancies as team leader and member. To mention a few, he led a team of three consultants in assessing government budget allocation in agriculture and its implication to the growth of the sector-a consultancy commissioned by CARE International; team leader in baseline survey for rain water harvesting technologies adoption in semi arid areas of Tanzania-a consultancy commissioned by CARE International; as team member in Valuation of Ecosystem services in Kihansi River catchment-a consultancy commissioned by National Environmental Management Commission of Tanzania (NEMC). Mr. Sanga has published 8 papers in various journals, two book chapters and has submitted his PhD thesis for examination at Pretoria University.

Publications:

  1. Sanga, G.J. (2004). An assessment of Quality of street vended foods in Tanzania (Samosas and Guinea pea Cakes): A case of Morogoro Municipal. Unpublished Bsc special project.
  2. Sanga, G.J. (2006).An Empirical Accounting of Fishery Resource in Tanzania: A case of Lake Victoria. Unpublished Msc dissertation.
  3. Sanga, G.J. (2009). Applicability of Natural Resource Conservation Instruments in Developing Countries: A Case of Willingness to Pay Fishing Rent in Lake Victoria, Tanzania. Journal of Social Sciences, vol 1: 92-96.
  4. Sanga, G.J. and Hella, J.P. (2009). Lake Victoria Fishery Resource Rent Recovery and its Implication. Journal of Social Sciences, vo 1:33-38.
  5. Sanga, G.J. (2011).Challenges facing natural resource conservation instruments in developing countries: a case of willingness to pay fishing rent in Lake Victoria. Journal of Social Sciences, vol 2.
  6. Sanga, G.J., Moshi, A.B., and Hella, J.P. (2013). Small Scale Farmers’ Adaptation to Climate Change Effects in Pangani River Basin and Pemba: Challenges and Opportunities. International Journal of Modern Social Sciences vol. 2(1): 20-33.
  7. Sanga, G.J., Hella, J.P., Mzirai, N., and Senga, H. (2014). Impacts of Climate Change on Maize and Beans Production and Compatibility of Adaptation Strategies in Pangani River Basin, Tanzania. International Journal of Sciences: Basic and Applied Research (IJSBAR) (2014) Volume 17, No 2, pp 196-213.
  8. Sanga G.J., and Mungatana E.D. (2016). Integrating ecology and economics in understanding responses in securing land-use externalities internalization in water catchments. Ecological Economics 121: 28-39.

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