Hamadi Mwamlavya



Hamadi obtained a BSc degree from Kenyatta University in 2013, and he is presently a masters degree student at Pwani University and an intern at Kenya Marine and Fisheries Research Institute. His interest lies in understanding the wide array of resources found within the coastal and marine ecosystem; with a focus on how these influence human interactions from management to exploitation regimes. Through participating in various coastal projects, ranging from primate studies in Kenya’s coastal forests to monitoring coral reef communities in the Seychelles, Hamadi has gained considerable work experience. In Estuarize-WIO, his masters degree study falls under WP2 (Resource users and socio-economics) and is entitled: “Assessment of the socio-economic factors driving fisheries resource use patterns within the Tana Delta ecosystem, north coast Kenya”.

Highest Qualifications

2013, Kenyatta University

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