Mr. Pius John Nyamuhanga

Assistant Lecturer

Pius Nyamuhanga is an Assistant Lecturer in the Development Studies Institute. Mr. Pius did his Master studies in International relations. At the Institute, he teaches International Relations and Public Policy undergraduate courses. He is specialized in governance and conflict management. Mr. Pius has carried out different consultancies with government and Non-Governmental Agencies including Ministry of Health and Social Welfare, USAID- Tanzania office and AMREF Health Africa, Tanzania  on  conflict dynamics, E-learning and survey on sensitization of HIV/AIDS, STI, TB and gender issues.  Mr. Pius has supervised a number of Special Projects for undergraduate students. Currently, is the coordinator of the Undergraduates’ Field Practical Trainings.   Also He is a member  of Peace and Collaborative Development Network.

MA. International Relations


1.    Tanzania Peace and Stability Assessment-aimed at conflict dynamics taking place in Tanzania (Assigned by the USAID-Tanzania Office)

2.    Sanitization of E-learning Program (Assigned by the AMREF Health Africa Tanzania in Collaboration with the Tanzania Ministry of Health and Social Welfare)

3.    Baseline Survey on Sensitization of HIV/AIDS, STI, TB and gender for implementation of upgrading of Tunduru /Mangaka/Mtambaswala road and Dodoma/ Babati road project(Assigned by Amref Health Africa/Tanzania)

Published academic papers

1.    Shocks of Multi-Party Democracy in Tanzania since 1995: Policy Implications - A Lesson of Dodoma Urban Constituency, International Journal of Physical and Social Sciences, Vol.3, No.4. 2013. Also available at:

2.    Under Financing in Local Government Authorities of Tanzania: Causes and Effects: A Case of Bahi District Council, Global Journals Inc. USA, Vol.13, No.1. 2013.Also available as an E-journal at:

3.    Paradox of Rural Health Insurance Schemes in Tanzania: Policy implication", International Journal of Behavioral and Healthcare Research (Inderscience Publishers) Vol.4, No.2, 2013. Also available as an E-journal at:

4.    Extent of Over-Skill and Under-Skill in the Tanzanian Formal Labor Market: Experience of Multinomial Logit Model and Chi Square Approach (Unpublished)


1.    Research and Project Proposal Writing
2.    Data Analysis by SPSS
3.    Information and Communication Technology
4.    Project Evaluation Research
5.    Facilitation Skills, ICT and Mentorship
6.    Qualitative Research Methods

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