Msigwa Anna Haji
Tanzania 2020
Msigwa Anna Haji is an Assistant Lecturer at Nelson Mandela African Institution of Science and Technology (NMAI-ST), Tanzania. Her research focuses on assessing the current productivity of maize and agricultural management technologies at Kikuletwa catchment within Pangani basin in Tanzania to find out best practices to cope with the changing climate by producing more yield with less water. Through her research, she trains and guides smallholder farmers on the best irrigation methods at Kikuletwa catchment in Tanzania. Haji has also published peer-reviewed journals and attended and presented in several international conferences including the European Geosciences Union (EGU) and the International Modelling and Environmental Software Society (iEMSs) which has greatly contributed to building her networking skills, increase her visibility and build her confidence.
Though the One Planet Fellowship, she hopes to develop her leadership skills and gain more autonomy in her work environment.
Field of Research
Improving livelihoods through integrated management of land, water, and sanitation in the upper Pangani catchment Tanzania

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