UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM
CENTRE FOR BEHAVIOURAL STUDIES (CBS)

Godfrey Boniventure

Mr. Boniventura holds BA Economics and MA economics from the University of Dar es salaam. He is currently the head of Programmes at Haki Elimu.  He has several years of professional experience in education and development researches, policy and budget analysis. 


Adolf Ndunguru

Mr. Ndunguru is currently a Deputy Permanent secretary, Economic Management (DSEM) at the ministry of finance and planning.  Has worked with TRA and Ministry of finance prior to the current position.


Benno Ndulu

Prof. Ndulu is current chair of Mwalimu Nyerere Professorial Chair on Development, UDSM. He is the former governor of the Bank of Tanzania. Prior to the post of Governor, he was a Professor at the University of Dar es Salaam before serving as Executive Director of the African Economic Research Consortium. Subsequently, at the World Bank he served as Lead Economist - Macroeconomic Division for Eastern Africa; Research Manager, Development Economics Department; Manager and Advisor to Vice President Africa Region. Currently, Prof. Ndulu is also the Chair of the Board of Alliance for Financial Inclusion (AFI). He has published widely on growth, policy reform, governance and trade. His research and teaching covers macroeconomics, regional integration, trade and investments.


Anyikite Mwakatalima

Coordinator - National Sanitation Campaign at the Ministry of Health, Community Development. He has also worked with Ministry of Health and Social Welfare as well as Tanzania Red Cross Society.

He serves as member of committee of National Steering Committee on Aflatoxin Control and East African Community (EAC) Regional Advisory Committee on Water supply, Sanitation and Hygiene under the PREPARED Project.

Secretariat, Technical Working Group for Sanitation and Hygiene under Water Sector Development Programme.

He is a member of Tanzania Environmental Health Association and Programme Coordinating Mechanism for GSF Project.


Jane Miller

Country Director – Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO- Tanzania).

Has worked with NGOs, the World Bank and with DFID since 1994.

Areas of work include international development, management, health and gender.

She was awarded an OBE in 2015 for services to Africa and work toward ending Female Genital Mutilation.


Monica Hangi

Ms. Monica holds BA Economics and MA economics from the University of Dar es salaam and a post graduate diploma from Institute of Social Studies, Netherlands.

She currently works as programme manager at the TradeMark East Africa (TMEA), Tanzania Office. She has also worked with Society for International Development (SID) and Economic and Social Research Foundation (ESRF).

She is a member in National Sanitary and Phyto-Sanitary (SPS) and Technical Barriers to Trade (TBT) Task Force; National SADC Custom Union Task Force and National Technical Team in preparing Tanzania’s National Policy on Regional Integration.

In additional to over ten years’ experience in project delivery, programme oversight and team management, her research work covers regional integration, trade and investment.


Khatibu Kazungu

Dr. Kazungu has a PhD Economics – University of Glasgow, Masters of Science in Economics – University of Manchester, Postgraduate Diploma, Management of Development – University of Tulin, and BA Economics and MA economics from the University of Dar es salaam

He is currently the Regional Administrative Secretary. He worked as Deputy Permanent Secretary responsible for treasury services at the Ministry of Finance and Planning. Has previously worked as DC – Mtwara, also worked with President’s Office – Regional Administration and Local Government and Open University of Tanzania


Beatrice Mkenda

Dr. Mkenda holds a PhD (Econ) from Göteborg University,       Mphil (Econ) from University of Sussex and BA (Econ) from University of Zambia.

She is currently the acting head of Department of Economics and lecturer at University of Dar es Salaam. She has also worked with the University of Zambia.

She was a member in SURP, Ardhi University’s Board and Mwalimu Nyerere Chair in Development’s committee. Also a vice chair – academic Advisory Board for CPP and CMAP.

Her teaching and research covers international economics (emphasis on globalization issues, exchange rates and trade), development economics, macroeconomics, poverty analysis and gender analysis.