Wilson is an emerging scientist with technical expertise in animal sciences, analysis of farming systems, crop-livestock value chains and sustainable agri-food-feed systems. He started his career in agricultural extension in Tanzania in 2009 and thereafter engaged in various agricultural research and development projects from 2014 to date. His current research project focuses on exploring the role of the integrated soybean-maize-chicken value chains in sustaining nutritious diets and assessing their contribution to achieving Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), SDG2 in particular (zero hunger) in Tanzania. He holds an MSc in Animal Sciences from Wageningen University with a specialization in global and sustainable production. Wilson is passionate about research and development projects focusing on improving food and nutritional security and the livelihood of pro-poor communities in a sustainable way.
The Missing Middle Project
MSc Animal Sciences (Global and Sustainable Production), Wageningen University, 2017;
BSc Animal Science, Sokoine University of Agriculture: Morogoro, Tanzania, 2013;
Diploma in Animal Production, LITI-Tengeru-Arusha, Tanzania, 2009.