Asha Makweta is a HALI field research assistant. A long-time resident of one of the HALI Project’s main study areas, Asha is our local knowledge expert.
She has collaborated with a variety of research projects in the area for over half a decade, including a SUA project on human nutrition, projects on human-wildlife conflict, and as a HALI Project field assistant and interpreter.
Recently, Asha completed a certificate in Community Development Studies. She rejoined HALI to work on the LCC CRSP project providing livestock health and human nutrition education to pastoralist communities living near Ruaha National Park.