Dr. Ballegu has been involved in a number of consultancies.
In 2002 he was singly engaged by the Austro-Project Association (APA) to carryout a study titled “Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) for the Maziwa Business Development Programme in Tanzania: Coastal Zone and Lake Zone. ” This study covered all activities along the milk chain (i.e. urban and peri-urban milk production, pastoral milk production, milk collection, milk processing and marketing in Dar es Salaam, Coast, Mwanza and Mara regions in Tanzania.
In 2004, he was part of a 12-man team engaged by Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA, Tanzania) to facilitate a 10-day training course titled “Entrepreneurship and Job Market Preparation”. This course was tailor-made for 720 SUA fresh graduates.
In 2005 he was part of a two-man team engaged by Unilever Tanzania Tea Limited (UTTL) to carryout a study titled “Assessment of Carbon Emissions from Wood-Fired Boilers, Diesel-Operated Generators and Diesel-Operated Water Pumps and Work Floor Illumination at Lugoda, Kibwele and Kilima Tea Processing Factories”. This study aimed at establishing carbon emissions and work floor for UTTL owned tea factories in Mufindi, Tanzania.
In 2007 he was part of a three-man team from a not-for-profit NGO (Seeds of Hope) engaged by a not-for-profit NGO (Social Action Trust Fund) to carryout a study titled “Situation analysis of orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) in Morogoro Urban, Morogoro Rural and Lushoto districts”. Reports and OVC Registers for each of the three districts in Tanzania were prepared and submitted to the client. See attached CV