ALEXANDER ELIAS SONGORO
Lecturer in the Department of Geography and Economics, Dar Es Salaam University College Of Education
Doctor of Natural Sciences (Doctor rerum naturalium –Dr. rer.nat) from the Justus –Liebig –University, Germany and a Master of Science in Natural Resources Assessment and Management from the University of Dar es Salaam.
His teaching and research interests include governance of land resources, land grabbing, climate change, impact assessment (EIA, SIA and SEA), rural livelihoods, social inclusions, land tenure, land use planning, resettlement, environmental conservation, human environmental relations, ecosystems assessment and biodiversity assessment and survey
Tanzania Land Tenure Improvement Project (TLTIP).
Tanzania Reproductive Maternal Neonatal and Adolescent Health.
Tanzania Rural Transport Program Roads to Inclusion and Socioeconomic (RISE).
Energy Program for Results -Tanzania Rural Electrification Expansion Project (TREEP).
Dar es Salam Metropolitan Development Project (DMDP).
Tanzania - Zambia Transmission Interconnector (TZTI).
Lake Tanganyika Transport Program (LTTP).
Second Water Sector Support Project (SWSSP).
Tanzania Strategic Cities Project (TSCP).
Tanzania Public Private Partnership Support Program (TPPP)
Africa Environmental Health and Pollution Management Project a regional project which involves five countries of Tanzania, Kenya, Zambia and Senegal.
Songoro, A. E. (2013): Land Scarcity Impacts and Government Obligation in West Usambara. In: Kimaro, D., Munga, A., Mollel, A., Maganya, A., and Walalaze, G (eds.) (2013): Land Justice for Sustainable Peace in Tanzania: Report of the International Consultative Conference. Sebastian Kolowa Memorial University, Lushoto. pp. 144 -166.
Songor, A. E. (2014): Land Scarcity, Rural Livelihoods and Forest Management in West Usambara, Tanzania (A Doctoral Dissertation, Justus Liebig University Giessen).
Also accessed available at http://geb.unigiessen.de/geb/volltexte/2014/10896/pdf/SongoroAlexander_2014_05_14.pdf.