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Dr Batimo Sebyiga

Senior Lecturer in Development Economics and Deputy Rector (Academic) at Institute of Rural Development Planning (IRDP), Dodoma, Tanzania


MA, PhD (The Open University of Tanzania)
Senior Lecturer in Development Economics and Deputy Rector (Academic) at Institute of Rural Development Planning (IRDP), Dodoma, Tanzania
Formerly: Tabora Region Integrated Development Programme (TRIDEP)
Areas: Agricultural development planning and economics. In particular: participatory rural development planning and participatory rural rapid appraisal, development plan formulation, impact studies; community/development needs assessment and baseline surveys; Opportunities and Obstacles to Development planning methodology
Publications: ‘Handbook on review and Backstopping Mechanism for O&OD’. JICA, 2007. Co-authored ‘Development Planning and Strategic Planning’. TAMISEMI, Dodoma, Tanzania, 2006. ‘O&OD Planning Methodology: Trainers Manual’. PO-RALG, 2004. ‘O&OD Planning Methodology: Participants Handbook’. PO-RALG, 2004. ‘Operationalization Handbook for O&OD Planning Methodology for Rural Areas’. PO-RALG, 2004. ‘Operationalization Handbook for O&OD Planning Methodology for Urban Areas’. PO-RALG, 2004

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