ALMAS FORTUNATUS MAZIGO

Lecturer, Dar Es Salaam University College Of Education
Education:

2012-2015: Doctor of Philosophy in Applied Ethics, Stellenbosch University, South Africa 2007-2009: Master of Arts in Development Studies, University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania 1996-1999: Bachelor of Philosophy, Pontifical Urbaniana University, Italy

Teaching:

  • Theories of Social and Economic Development
  • Development Monitoring and Evaluation
  • Ethics and Development
  • Gender and Governance
  • Social Science Research Methods

Research:

  • Ethical Issues in Development Practices
  • Ethics and Leadership in Business and Politics
  • Public Service and Organizational Ethics
  • Responsible Climate Change Management
  • Sustainable Business Practices
  • Cultures and Ethics of Sustainability

Projects:

  • 2012-2014: Ethics, Poverty and Prosperity in the Small-Scale Fisheries of Ukerewe District in Tanzania (Status: Completed)
  • Jan-Sep 2017: The Meaning of Being Human in Traditional African Communities (Status: Completed)
  • Jan-Dec 2020: Cultural and Ethical Resources for Fostering Responsible Climate Change Management in Coastline Communities of Tanzania (Status: On-going)
  • Jan-Dec 2020: Sustainable Business Practices of Profit-Making Enterprises in Tanzania (Status: On-going)
  • Jan-Dec 2020: Decentralizing Procurement Process to Local Government Authorities in Tanzania: Exploring Accountability and Ethical Questions (Status: On-going)

Publications:

Mazigo, A. F, & Hattingh, J. (2020), Using Insights in Sen’s capability approach to overcome design and execution challenges in empirical development ethics research. Etikk i praksis-Nordic Journal of Applied Ethics, 1-21, http://dx.doi.org/10.5324/eip.v14i1.3311

Mazigo, A. F. (2017), Promoting social innovation through action research: Evidence from an empirical study in the fisheries sector of Ukerewe District in Tanzania. Journal of Human Development and Capabilities, 1-19, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/19452829.2016.1256276

Mazigo, A. F. (2015), Towards an alternative development ethic for the fishing sector of Ukerewe District, Tanzania, Doctoral dissertation, Stellenbosch University, South Africa, http://scholar.sun.ac.za/handle/10019.1/96739