Emmanuel Domonko is an agricultural economist with expertise in capacity building and strengthening agricultural market systems to increase competitiveness. Emmanuel most recently served as an advisor to the Market Intelligence Unit at the Ministry of Agriculture-Tanzania. For 4 years Emmanuel participated in research in various roles at the Sokoine University of Agriculture. Emmanuel received a Master’s of Science degree in Food and Resource Economics from the University of Florida, USA, a Master’s in Business Administration (MBA – Agribusiness) from the Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA)-Tanzania, and also holds a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural
Economics and Agribusiness from Sokoine University of Agriculture. Emmanuel is focused on providing evidence around new options for agribusiness entrepreneurs in developing countries, improving production, and increasing food security and access to markets while preserving Tanzania’s natural resources.