Moloimet Saing’eu

Project Manager

Moloimet Yohana Saing’eu is a Human Resources Practitioner and Manager with diverse experience in three industries: mining, tourism, and the non-governmental sector. Moloimet obtained his Master of Public Administration degree, majoring in Human Resources Management, from the University of Botswana in 2014. In 2010, he completed a Bachelor’s degree in human resources management at Kampala International University (Uganda).


Moloimet has experience in the mining, conservation, and tourism industries particularly in managerial duties and tasks, public and community relations, and conflict resolution and management. He was also involved in the establishment and management of the Maasai Honey Women Project in 2014. This project intended to create a social economic enterprise through sustainable harvesting in the local environment. It continues to benefit over 100 Maasai women.


He is a part of the team that established Loliondo FM radio which is a community radio station that reaches over 1 million listeners, and a community art space that enables economic, social, and traditional community development.


Since 2020, Moloimet has divided his time as a local councilor for the Ololosokwan Ward and as Project Manager at Traditional Ecosystems Survival Tanzania.