Kupanga ni Kuchagua

Staff Profile

Mr. Kiula Peter Kiula - Assistant Lecturer

Area of Expertise

Strategic Planning/ Sectoral Planning / Industrial Development Planning /Rural industrialization / Project Planning/ Project Implementation/ Project Monitoring and Evaluation

Work Experience

Mr. Kiula is a development planner.  Mr. Kiula has 23 years of working experience. At the moment, he is pursuing PhD studies at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) – Downtown Campus. He has been privileged to work with both; private and public sectors. Since 2018, he works as an Assistant Lecturer at the Institute of Rural Development Planning (IRDP) within the Department of Rural Development and Regional Planning. Mr. Kiula has previously worked with Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Centre, Longido Community Development Organization, Elegant Consultancy Limited, Vodacom Tanzania Limited, HakiElimu, and Bashaka& Co. Advocates. He has completed several consultancies and research on strategic planning, agriculture, health, education, early child development and land. Mr. Kiula has worked with several national and international organizations as a consultant including Tanzania’s National Electoral Commission, Rufiji District Council, TWAWEZA East Africa, and Catholic Relief Services (CRS).

Professional Skills

  • Wide knowledge of Project Planning and Program Management
  • Extensive skills in Strategic Planning process
  • Extensive skills in Sectoral Planning process
  • Wide knowledge Industrial Development Planning
  • Rural industrialization planning process
  • Development Policy analysis
  • Wide knowledge and experience on Youth development
  • Wide knowledge on Early Child Development
  • Wide knowledge of Renewable energy
  • Skills on knowledge management
  • Extensive knowledge and skills on social science research

Research and academic Interests

The main research and academic interests are in project planning and program management, strategic planning, sectoral planning, industrial development planning, rural industrialization, development policy analysis, health economics, health planning, youth development, early child development, land management, renewable energy, and agriculture


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