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Juma Joseph Kegamba is originally from Tanzania where he served as a Lecturer at the College of African Wildlife Management, Mweka. Juma holds a Master degree in Environmental Management from Charles Darwin University, Australia (2015-2017) and Bachelor degree in Wildlife Science and Conservation from the University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Juma worked as a Game Warden with the Tanzanian Wildlife Division in various game reserves for 8 years. He joined Mweka College as a Tutorial Assistant in 2013. His principal research interests are within the fields of community engagement, biodiversity conservation, ecosystem services and human wildlife interface. Juma’s PhD Research aims at “Developing effective and equitable conservation benefit-sharing mechanisms for local people in the Greater Serengeti Ecosystem, Tanzania”
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Developing effective and equitable conservation benefit-sharing mechanisms for local people in the Greater Serengeti Ecosystem, Tanzania
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Project: HDR Project › PhD
Conservation benefit-sharing mechanisms and their effectiveness in the Greater Serengeti Ecosystem: Local communities’ perspectivesKegamba, J. J., Sangha, K. K., Wurm, P. A. S. & Garnett, S. T., May 2023, In: Biodiversity and Conservation. 32, 6, p. 1901-1930 30 p.
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Kegamba, J. J., Sangha, K., Wurm, P. & Garnett, S. T., Jan 2022, In: Global Ecology and Conservation. 33, p. 1-16 16 p., e01955.
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Sangha, K. K., Preece, L., Villarreal-Rosas, J., Kegamba, J. J., Paudyal, K., Warmenhoven, T. & RamaKrishnan, P. S., 1 Jun 2018, In: Ecosystem Services. 31, Part A, p. 111-125 15 p.
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Impacts of Land Cover Change on Conservation, a Linkage of Spatial Analysis and Anthropogenic Activities in TanzaniaNyanda, H. N., Joseph, J. & Sangha, K., Jul 2018, In: Open Journal of Forestry. 8, 3, p. 344-361 17 p.
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