Personal Information


Dr. Julius Wibard Mngumi


Contact Address:

Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
Dar Es Salaam University College of Education (DUCE)
P. O Box 2329 Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania
Email:jmngumi@gmail.com, jmngumi@duce.ac.tz

Phone: +255 22 2850975; Mobile: +255 713519210

Education Profile

2011-2015: Doctor of Philosophy in Climate Change and Adaptation Glasgow University, Scotland UK.
2003-2006: Master of Arts in Geography and Environmental Management, University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
2000-2003: Bachelor of Arts in Land Use Planning and Environmental Studies, University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

Areas of Research

  • Climate Change, Variability, Adaptation and Sustainability

  • Agriculture and Development

  • Population and Poverty Alleviation

  • Sustainable Development

Teaching Areas (Undergraduate and Post-graduate Levels)

  • Historical Geography

  • Research Methods in Geography and Social Sciences

  • Project Planning and Management

  • Sustainable Development

  • Surveying and Mapping Sciences


  1. Mngumi, Julius (2016) Perceptions of climate change, environmental variability and the role of agricultural adaptation strategies by small- scale farmers in africa: the case of Mwanga district in northern Tanzania. PhD thesis; http://theses.gla.ac.uk/7441/

  2. Mngumi, Julius (2006) An assessment of the socio-economic impacts of Gold Rush to the people and natural resources in Eastern Usambara Mountains, Master dissertation (Unpublished), University of Dar es Salaam.

  3. Mngumi, Julius (2003) Environmental Problems on the Slope of Mount Kilimanjaro and the Impact of Snow Depletion. Research organized by JEMA, University of Dar es Salaam, (Unpublished), University of Dar es Salaam.

  4. Mngumi, Julius (2002) Farming Systems, Per-Urban Agriculture, Marketing and Waste Management in Urban Area(s) the case of Mbeya region, (Unpublished), University of Dar es Salaam.

  5. Mngumi, Julius (2002) Resource inventories for the establishment of CBWMA in Ugalla Game Reserve in Sikonge and Urambo districts in Tabora Region. (Unpublished), University of Dar es Salaam.