Kwaslema Malle Hariohay
Tanzania 2019
Hariohay was born in a rural village in Karatu District in Gerkrum/Arusha, in the north of Tanzania. His village was sandwiched between the Ngoro Conversation Area and the Lake Manyara National Park. Wild animals roamed freely in their neighborhoods. Named after his grandfather, Hariohay was the fourth both in a family of five boys. All his siblings never made it to school beyond grade eight. Education was not that important in his family.
Hariohay desires to work with farmers to improve their lives through technologies that will reduce the impact of climate change. We may lose a lot of knowledge if we don’t consult them. Let us develop the technologies together with them and in the process, we shall improve our own lives as well.
Field of Research
Climate change, human population growth and land-use changes.

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