Freddie Sayi Siangulube is a PhD candidate with University of Amsterdam under the Institute for Social Science Research (AISSR). His research work focuses on Multi stakeholder Platforms (MSPs) as institutions of governance that facilitate negotiations of varying land use interests towards an integrated landscape approach. Particularly, the understanding the institutional arrangements, and MSP processes (rule and regulations) that facilitate successful implementation of integrated landscape approaches in Zambia.
Currently, Freddie is a Forest Officer with Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources in Zambia. He previously worked with Worldwide Fund for Nature (WWF as a projects Manager in the Bangweulu Biological Hotspot in the Miombo eco-regional programme. He also worked as a researcher at National Museums Board of Zambia.
Freddie holds a Master’s degree from Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Bachelor of Science degree in Forestry form Copperbelt University. He also has a postgraduate diploma in Heritage studies from University of Nairobi. He enjoys photographing natural scenes and farming.