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Appointments
YearPositionInstitution Name
2015Research Officer IITanzania Fisheries Research Institute
2007Research AssistantTanzania Fisheries Research Institute
2006Project CoordinatorAfrican Inland Church of Tanzania

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Awards/Grants
YearCategoryTitle
2016AWARDIIFET-Conference Travel Grant
2015AWARDTBTI-MARE Conference Travel Grant
2014AWARDIIFET Travel Grant
2014AWARDTBTI- MA Study Scholarship
2013AWARDUNU-FTP Training Scholarship
2013AWARDNUFFIC-Short Course Training
2012AWARDIIFET & NEPAD Conference Travel Grant
2012GRANTCOSTECH Research Project
Qualifications
YearCourseInstitutionCountryTitle
2017Proposal and Research Writing CourseTAFIRITanzaniaCertificate
2016Geography-Small scale Fisheries GovernanceMemorial University of NewfoundlandCanadaMasters Degree
2016Proposal and Research Writing Course TAFIRITanzaniaSelect title
2014Fisheries Planning and PolicyUnited Nations Universit- Reykjavik, IcelandIcelandShort Course & Training
2013Competing Claims on Natural Resources: Managing Conflict over Natural ResourceWageningen Center for Development and InnovationThe NetherlandsSelect title

Journals
YearCitation
Luomba, J.O., Chuenpagdee, R., Song, A.M., (2016). A bottom-up understanding of illegal unreported and unregulated fishing in Lake Victoria, Tanzania. Sustainability 8,
Luomba, J.O., Chuenpagdee, R., Song, A.M., (2016). A bottom-up understanding of illegal unreported and unregulated fishing in Lake Victoria, Tanzania. Sustainability 8,
Lwenya, C., Bwambale M., Luomba, J, O., Yongo, E., (2009). Gender integration in the management of Lake Victoria fisheries. African Journal of Tropical Hydrobiology and Fisheries. 12: 59-66
Odongkara, K., Abila, R., Luomba, J.O., (2009). The contribution of Lake Victoria fisheries to national economies. African Journal of Tropical Hydrobiology and Fisheries. 12: 47-51
Luomba, J. O., Mwanahamisi, S., Mlahagwa. E., (2013). An assessment of the socio-economic status of fishers’ communities in Lake Victoria, Tanzania in relation to poverty. International Journal of Fisheries Research and Aquaculture 3(3): 98-102
Luomba, O. J., (2015). Fishers’ attitude towards performance of Beach Management Units (BMUs) in regulating fishery and reducing poverty: case study of two BMUs Lake Victoria, Tanzania. International Journal of Marine Science 2015, Vol.5, No.6, 1-7
Mwanahamis, S., Luomba J, Musiba J. M., Mlaponi E., Mghamba K., (2014). Consumer Preference on Value Added Products of Farmed Fish in Lake Victoria Basin, Tanzania Asian Journal of Applied Science and Engineering, 3, 28-33
Mwanahamisi, S., Luomba, J. O., Mlaponi, E., (2017). Socio-economic Factors Affecting Consumer Behaviour and Preference for Farmed and Wild Fish around Lake Victoria, Tanzania. Africa Journal of Tropical Hydrobiology and Fisheries 15: 15-25
Mhagama, L. F., M., Musiba, J. M., Mwanahamis. A. S., Luomba, J. O., Mlahagwa, E., Mashafi, C., Kashindye, B., Mrosso, H.D., (2018). The Socio-economic Implications of Illegal Fishing Practices in Lake Victoria: A Case Study of Three Villages in Tanzania. African Journal of Tropical Hydrobiology and Fisheries 16: 72-77
Nunan; F., Luomba, J.O., Lwenya, C., Yongo, E., Odongkara, K., Ntambi, B., (2012). Finding space for participation: fisher folk mobility and co-management of Lake Victoria fisheries. Environmental Management. 50: 204-216
Book Chapters
YearCitation
Luomba, J.O., Onyango, P.O., Chuenpagdee, R., (2017) Closing Loopholes with Small-Scale Fisheries Guidelines: Addressing Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated Fishing in Lake Victoria, Tanzania. In Jentoft, S., Chuenpagdee, R., Barragan-Paladines, M., Franz, N. The Small-Scale Fisheries Guidelines Global Implementation. Springer pp 541-556. ISBN 9783319550732.

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