Regional Coordinator for East and Southern Africa
Based in Tanzania. Emmanuel Sulle has over fourteen years of research experience on a range of topics that include natural resources governance, community-based conservation-tourism initiatives, policy and stakeholder analysis, new partnerships for sustainability, and inclusive business models in Africa. Over the years he has conducted research projects commissioned by or in collaboration with grassroots, national and international organisations in various subjects and programmes. He holds a master’s degree in Public Policy majoring in Environmental Policy and is currently completing his Ph.D. on Land and Agrarian Studies. He developed an interest in community conservation initiatives after years of researching wildlife management areas and other community-based conservation areas in northern Tanzania. Emmanuel coordinates ICCAs – territories of life activities in eastern and southern Africa. He enjoys evening jogging and hiking in forests and mountains.