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Zamda R. Geuza

Zamda Geuza teaches communication skills, publishing and editing at the University of Dar es Salaam in the Centre for Communications Studies. She hold a B.A Literature and Language Studies (Hons) from the University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania and an MSc. in Publishing Studies from Moi University, Kenya. She has worked as an assistant sub editor for The African newspaper, and has worked in several publishing firms, including the New Habari Corporation and at Mkuki na Nyota Publishers Ltd (2012 - 2013), the leading indigenous publishing company, as an English and Swahili editor and a translator. Her research interests include textbook provision, and the textbook vetting and evaluation process in Tanzania, as well scholarly publishing. Currently, she is carrying out research on enhancing children’s readership. Zamda Geuza has coordinated various publishing projects such as The Mwalimu Nyerere Chair in Pan African Studies books, the Children’s Book Project of Tanzania awards, the Muhimbili & JHPIEGO Reproductive Health Project, The United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organization [UNESCO] Tanzanian Literation Heritage Project, the Amb. Christopher Liundi Book Project, and the Dr. Ediho Lokanga Project.