Charles Omollo Malaki (Msc Agric econ) is a Lecturer and Acting Cordinantor for Income Generation Committee of a newly establishedCollege of Economics and Business Studiesof Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA), Morogoro, Tanzania.
He has an Msc in Agricultural Economics from SUA whereby his research work was on Economic Analysis of Conversion to Organic Cotton farming in Shinyanga region. Mr. Malaki holds Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness of SUA. Mr. Malaki has been teaching introduction to Principles of Accounting, Farm management and Accounting, Project appraisal and evaluation at SUA specifically Preparation of Financial statement, Analysis of cash flow and Budget Development; Project financial analysis and decision making tools.
Before joining SUA in 2011, Mr. Malaki has been working as banker for the past ten years where he was involved in several banking operations such as customer advisor, credit officer, and business banking manager and acting branch manager with CRDB Bank Plc.
Mr. Malaki has been involved in several national and international research programs such as TARP II, SAFE,SUGECO and Energy-AgroFood funded by Edulink project, Sunflower Value chain and Entrepreneurship Development, Advocacy and dialogue Researches in Tanzania just to mention a few.
Mr. Malaki has also been involved in other collaborative researches such as Standards and Agro Foods Exports (SAFE) in Tanzania. Mr. Malaki research interests include value chain analysis, entrepreneurship development, Agricultural Insurance service, Agricultural marketing, social capital, leadership and change management studies.
Mr. Malaki ‘s Current Publications:
Rweshela,I and Malaki,C.O(2016) Energy demand analysis for civil workers in Morogoro. In African journal of agricultural policies
Malaki,C.O (2010) Economic analysis of conversion to organic cotton in Shinyanga region. Unpublished Masters dissertation for Sokoine University of Agriculture, Morogoro
Consultancies done to date:
Land O’Lakes (2014) Final evaluation of Tanzania Diary Development Programme 2014 February/march
SUA income generating Committee- Coopted member
SNV OYE recruiting youth for red meat project in Dodoma May 2015(associate consultant)
GAIN business plan writing and coaching for several value chain April/ may (2015)(lead consultant)
SNV (2016) Establishment of Tanzania Edible oilseeds actors regional chapters(lead consultant)
TASGA(2013)Enhance regulatory framework for Tanzanian Sugar industry(associate consultant)
Mr. Malaki can be contacted at:
Department of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness,College of Economics and Business Studies(COEBS),
Sokoine University of Agriculture,
P.O. Box 3007,
Chuo Kikuu, Morogoro, Tanzania.
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