Mr Kisiaya Saruni

Name: Kisiaya Saruni Mwasuni, BA, MA (Dar)

Tittle: Assistant Lecturer

Areas of specialization:

Indigenous Knowledge, Marine resource governance, Artisanal fishing, Social Anthropology, maternal and child health, Social Policy, Traditional Medicine, Political Ecology, Conservation and Sustainability, Rangeland Management,Intangible Cultural Heritage etc.


Mosley, P.D., Saruni, K.&Lenga, B. (2020) ‘Factors influencing adoption of facility-assisted delivery - a qualitative study of women and other stakeholders in a Maasai community in Ngorongoro District, Tanzania.’ BMC Pregnancy Childbirth 20, 100 (2020).  

Saruni, K (2018) “Indigenous Institutions and Rangeland Sustainability in Northern Tanzania.”Tanzania Journal of Sociology, Vol.4, No.1, 2018:90-106

Saruni, K. (2016) “Indigenous Knowledge Systems and Rangeland Governance in Northern Tanzania.” The Tanzania Journal of Population Studies and Development, Vol.23 Nos. 1&2, 2016, p. 88-106.

Conferences and Workshops

Arts and Humanities and the Global Challenges Research Fund Agenda, 9th May 2019, A39 Clive Granger, University of Nottingham, UK.

Asia-Africa: A new Axis of Knowledge International Conference, University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania 20-23 September, 2018

Natural Gas Projects and Community Development in East Africa: Findings from a Baseline Household Survey in Mtwara District. A Paper Presented in the Dissemination Workshop in Mtwara, VETA Hall, 15th September 2017

Tostan’s Human-Rights Approach to Community-led Development; Organized by Tostan Training Center, March 2015- April 2015 in Thies Senegal.

Contacts:Email: mobile+255766344497