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Expert NameMr. Lovemore Mondiwa Zinyama
TitleSenior Consultant and Director
Division
InstitutionK2-Techtop Consult (Pvt) Ltd.
CityHarare
CountryZimbabwe
Telephone263 4 731 851/4
Emailrmzk2tech(at)icon.co.zw
Work Experience1. 20 years teaching in the Department of Geography and Environmental Science at University of Zimbabwe, from 1979-1999. Was appointed Professorial Chair of Geography in December 1999- appointment based on outstanding academic research 2. Dean of Faculty of Arts, University of Zimbabwe, 6 years, 1989-1994 3. Served as External Examiner at several universities in the region: Namibia, 1990-92; Northwest South Africa, 1994; Rhodes, SA, 1995-96; Swaziland, 1996-98; Botswana, 1998-99. 4. Served as External Assessor for applications for promotion to associate professorship/full professorship for Loughborough University, UK; Staffordshire University, UK; and University of Ghana, Logon, Ghana. All these activities are in the field of Geography and/or Environmental Science. 5. Consultant on some 12 projects for clients in the public and private sectors.
Qualifications- Ph.D., Agricultural Geography, University of Zimbabwe, 1988 - Diploma in Economics, East Aglia, UK, 1979 - M.Phil., Economy Geography, University of Zimbabwe, 1978 - BA., Geography, London, 1972
Number of Publications60
Awards1. Commonwealth Academic Staff Scholarship, held at the School of Development Studies, University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK, 1979-1979; 2. Fulbright Scholarship, held at Michigan State University, USA, 1984-85 3. Dentscher Akademischer Austanschdienst
Other ActivitiesMember of the Geographical Association of Zimbabwe
Publications1. Zinyama, L.M., Tevera, D.S., and Cumming, S.D., (Eds), 1993: Harare: The Growth and Problems of the City, University of Zimbabwe Publications, Harare; 2. Sustainability of smallholder food production systems in Southern Africa: the case of Zimbabwe, Ch. In A. Binns (ed) 1995; People and Environment in Africa, John Wiley and Sons, Chichester, pp. 215-223; 3. Conflicts and contradictions in environmental management in Zimbabwe, In M.J. Eden and J.T. Perry (eds) 1995; Land Degradation in the Tropics: Environment and Policy Issues, Mansell, London, pp. 1155-166; 4. Dams, People and Environmental Management Policy in Zimbabwe, Geographical Journal of Zimbabwe, No. 26, pp. 17-29, 1995; 5. Agricultural development and the Growth of Small Towns; a case study of Murehwa, Zimbabwe. In UNCRD (1997) The role of small urban centers in economic recovery and regional development, UN Centers Regional Development, Nairobi, pp. 158-188.
DisciplineNatural Resource Management
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