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PERSONAL DATA

Gender male
Job title Managing Director
Department Consulting Firm
Institution
Kilimanyika Ltd ( Kilimanyika)
2 Minton Place, Victoria Road Bicester OX26 6QB. UK.
Address
Kilimanyika Ltd 2 Minton Place, Victoria Road
Bicester
Oxfordshire
OX26 6QB. UK.
United Kingdom
Regions Mediterranean Sea - Western Basin
Sea of Azov
Tel +447739803704
Fax +254714635334
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Website http://www.kilimanyika.com/
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PROFESSIONAL DATA

Degree MSc Tourism, Environment & Development, BA African Language & Culture (SOAS, London)
Job type Research , Data Management , Natural Resource Management , Technical Advice & Consulting
Research Area(s) Policy, Law, Economics, Management , Policy, Law, Economics, Management
Research Activities Monitoring and evaluation, conducting sustainable livelihoods assessments, socio-economic research, feasibility studies of markets and community-level enterprises and proposition of improved or alternative income generating activities.
Research Region 71, 41, Albertine Rift, Lake Tanganyika, Coastal and Riparian Liv
Skills/Expertise Paul Harrison is a consultant in sustainable livelihoods (coastal, riparian and terrestrial) and income generating activities. He focuses on developing resource-based private and community enterprises, taking into account context specific political, cultural and socio-economic realities, and promoting the linkage of environmental, development and business concerns. His approach is strategic, practical and participatory. He is fluent in Swahili as well as his native English.
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Mr Paul HARRISON)

Gordon-Maclean, A, & Harrison. P.J., (2009) ‘Lessons Learnt from the Field: Assessing WWF’s Forestry Work in Tanzania. World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), Tanzania. Gordon-Maclean, A, Laizer, J., Harrison. P.J. & Shemdoe, R.,(2008) Biofuel Industry Study, Tanzania. World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), Tanzania & Sweden. Murray, M., Munthali, S. & Harrison, P. (2008) Support to Tanzania Game Reserves (STGR) 9 ACP TA 003: Final Evaluation. Findings of the Evaluation Team. HTSPE Limited for European Commission, Delegation to Tanzania. Harrison, P.J. (2008) Collaborative Fisheries Management in Rufiji, Mafia and Kilwa Districts, Tanzania: A Monitoring Plan for RUMAKI Programme and Stakeholders. WWF Tanzania Programme Office. Harrison, P.J. (2008) A Summary of the Supply Chain for African Blackwood, Market Economics and Opportunities for Community Forest Certification. Environment Africa Trust, UK Harrison, P.J. (2008) Key Issues for the Retail of Musical Instruments made from African Blackwood (Mpingo) in the UK. Environment Africa Trust, UK Harrison, P.J. (2008) Key Issues for Players of Musical Instruments made from African Blackwood (Mpingo) in the UK. Environment Africa Trust, UK Bridgland, N. & Harrison P.J. (2008) Sound & Fair: A Strategy for Raising Awareness amongst UK Musicians Likely to Buy Instruments Made using FSC Certified African Blackwood. Environment Africa Trust, UK Harrison, P. (2007) A Socio-economic Assessment of Sustainable Livelihoods Regimes for Communities of Dungonab Bay and Mukkawar Island Marine Park, Sudan: Incorporating Livelihood Intervention Strategies and Recommendations for the Development of Alternative Income Generating Activities Harrison, P. & Samoilys M. A. (2007) Village Environmental Management Plans (VEMPs) for Dungonab Bay Marine Park: Creation and Development of VEMPs for the Villages of Mohammed Qol and Dungonab, Red Sea State, Sudan Harrison, P., & Laizer, J., (2007) Socio-Economic Baseline Assessment of Villages Adjacent to Magombera Forest. WWF TPO, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania Harrison, P., & Laizer, J., (2007) Iyondo’s Livelihoods: A Socio-Economic Assessment of Villages Adjacent to Iyondo Forest Reserve, Udzungwa Mountains, Tanzania. WWF TPO, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania Harrison, P., (2007) An Assessment of the Socio-Economic Status of Selected Villages in Serengeti, Ngorongoro and Meatu Districts, Tanzania. Serengeti Ecosystem Management Project (Frankfurt Zoological Society and Tanzania National Parks), Tanzania. Harrison, P., (2007) Sustainable Livelihoods Analyses and Threat Assessments in Priority Areas of the Mahale Ecosystem. Mahale Ecosystem Management Project (Frankfurt Zoological Society and Tanzania National Parks), Tanzania. Harrison, P.J., (2006) Socio-economic Study of Forest-Adjacent Communities from Nyanganje to Udzungwa Scarp: A Potential Wildlife Corridor. Tanzania, WWF Harrison, P.J., (2005) A Socio-economic Assessment of Sustainable Livelihoods opportunities for Communities of Vipingo-Kuruwitu, Kenya. EAWLS/IUCN Harrison, P.J., (2005) A Socio-economic Assessment of Sustainable Livelihoods Regimes for Communities of Mnazi Bay - Ruvuma Estuary Marine Park, Tanzania. IUCN Harrison, P.J. (2003) Impact of Tourism Based Shopping: West Country Case Study, Torquay & Penzance, UK. Allegra Strategies Limited, London. Bevan, L.J.V. & Harrison P.J. (2003), Socio-economic Values of African Blackwood for Communities in Lindi Region, Tanzania: Mpingo 99 Full Report. Mpingo Conservation Project, Tanzania Harrison, P. J. (2001) Good Pasture and Paying Guests: Prospects for Symbiosis of Pastoralism and Wildlife Tourism at Il Ngwesi II Group Ranch, Kenya. School of Oriental & African Studies, University of London Harrison, P.J, (2000) Assessment of the Use of the Internet in UK Schools: A Case Study. Project Icon. Allegra Strategies Limited.


Created: 2006-04-27 Last Updated: 2011-05-16 by Paul HARRISON