Meet The Team
GMERC recognises that opportunities to study wildlife and especially primates in Tanzania are limited and yet there is growing demand for field experience. We thus offer internships for those candidates who seek to learn more about field primatology, primate conservation, and scientific research in behavioural biology in western Tanzania. Our ability to offer these internships and support these aspiring Tanzanian primatologists depends on your generosity. If you are interested in learning more, either to support this cause, or as a candidate to be considered, please reach out to us at email@example.com.
Veronica collecting data (March 2021)
Joyce and Sophia having a laugh (March 2021)
January 2021 - Present
I am a holder of bachelor degree in wildlife management and a nature lover. I am very much interested in field research and conservation as it helps us discover new knowledge regarding our environment and wildlife so we can know it and be able to protect our nature and ensure it exists for the next generation.
December 2020 - Present
I'm a University graduate with a Bachelor Degree of Science in Wildlife Science and Conservation from University of Dar es salaam, Tanzania. I'm really passionate to primate conservation because through conserving them and by protecting their habitats other wild species will also survive and we will ultimately improve the environment we all share. We humans were once part of nature, so we have to respect our roots and develop respect to all living things. Live and let live!
October - December 2020
I am from Mwanza region, I am 24 years old and I possess a degree in wildlife tourism from CAWM. I love nature from the bottom of my heart and I wish long term sustainability of nature, my goal is to conserve nature by any means, which is why I am so happy to work with GMERC; by doing research I'll know some conservation tips of some animal species. Asante!
October - December 2020
I am a wildlife conservator professional with 6 years of progressive experience in private and public companies, including in the wildlife arena specialising in tour guiding, tourism marketing, wildlife research, and conservation. I hold a bachelor degree in wildlife management. I am passionate about learning and development and organise local safaris with student groups to create a sprit of conservation for the young generation. In my spare time, I enjoy spending time with my family and friends. Some of my other hobbies include photography, dancing, baking and travelling. My most exotic vacation was a trip to Zanzibar where I went on a safari to Stone town and a Spice tour.
October - November 2020
I have done forest work with chimpanzees at Kanyawara (in Kibale Forest, Uganda) and Toro-Semliki Game Reserve at Nyaburogo forest (Uganda). I am a collaborating visitor with Mugiri Chimpanzee project with University of Indiana (USA).