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Details of Dr. Njaya Jack Friday   


Gender male
Job title Researcher
Department Department of Fisheries
Department of Fisheries (
P.O. Box 593, Lilongwe, Malawi Lilongwe
Department of Fisheries P.O. Box 593, Lilongwe, Malawi
Tel +265 1788103
Fax +265 1788511
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Degree PhD
Job type Natural Resource Management
Research Area(s) Fisheries, Aquaculture , Fisheries, Aquaculture
Research Region 71
Working languages English; French
Skills/Expertise Fisheries
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Dr. Njaya FRIDAY)

7. Njaya, F.J., Sisitka L. and Namafe, C. (Reviewers). 2011. Mainstreaming Education for Sustainable Development in Agriculture and Natural Resources Management Training: Linking Policy and Practice. SADC Regional Environmental Education Programme. 8. Jamu, D., Banda, M., Njaya, F., and Hecky, R. 2011. Challenges to sustainable management of the lakes of Malawi. Journal of Great Lakes Research 37:3-14.http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0380133010002492 9. Njaya, F., Donda, S., and Béné , C. 2011. Analysis of Power in Fisheries Co-management: Experiences from Malawi. Society and Natural Resources, 0:1?15. file:///C:/Users/User/Downloads/Power%20paper%202011%20Njaya%20et%20al.pdf 10. Njaya, F. 2011. Mainstreaming through linking knowledge: mobilising science and local tradition: Case H. Integrating environment in fisheries, Pp 58-63. In Bass, S., James L., Banda, L., Chiotha, S., Kalowekamo, J., Kalua, T., Kambalame-Kalima, D., Hamella, B., Mmangisa, M., Mphepo, G., Mughogho, N., Mulebe, D., Njaya, F., Phiri, E., Yassin, B. and Gil Yaron 2011. Mainstreaming the environment in Malawi?s development, International Institute for Environment and Development, UK. 11. Njaya, F., Snyder, K.A., Jamu, D., Wilson, J. and Howard-Williams, C. Allison, E.H. and Andrew, N.L. 2010. The natural history and fisheries ecology of Lake Chilwa, southern Malawi. Journal of Great Lakes Research 37 (2011) 15?25. 12. Wilson, D., Ahmed, M., Delany, A., Donda, S., Kapasa, C.K., Malasha, I. Muyangalai, K., Njaya, F., Olesen, T., Poiosse, E., and Raakjær, J. 2010. Fisheries co-management institutions in Southern Africa: a hierarchical analysis of perceptions of effectiveness. International Journal of the Commons, 4: 643?662 ISSN: 1875-0281. 13. Béné, C., Belal, E., Baba, M.O., Ovie, S., Raji, A., Malasha, I., Njaya, F., Andi, M. Russell, A. and Arthur, N. 2009. Power struggle, dispute and alliance over local resources: analyzing ?democratic? decentralization of natural resource through the lenses of Africa inland fisheries. World Development, 37(12): 1935-1950.

Created: 2014-06-17 Last Updated: 2015-07-02 by Njaya FRIDAY