Kupanga ni Kuchagua

Staff Profile

Dr. Martin Baltazary Tetti - Lecturer

Area of Expertise

Participatory Methodologies, Action Research, Qualitative Improved Opportunities and Obstacles to Development (O&OD), Induction Training for New Employees, Ethics (Code of ethics and Conduct for Public Service), Religion and Society Transformations, Crit

Work Experience

Martin Baltazary Tetti (PhD) works as a Lecturer in the Department of Development Finance and Management Studies. He is a Development Issues Specialist with 8+ years of experience as a researcher, trainer and consultant in the fields of ethics, good governance, O and OD, community development, issues in development, research methodology, project planning and management, monitoring and evaluation, gender and social economic development, issues of agrarian change, labor and development and development of political thought.

Professional Skills

Well-endowed with best techniques in dealing with issues of community development such as project design and management, research, project monitoring and evaluation in relation to crosscutting issues such as gender, HIV/AIDS, environment and policies.


Research and academic Interests

The main research and academic interests are in ethics, gender, community development issues, governance, and community participation.


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