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Ms. Jepchirchir Sawe


Jane Jepchirchir Sawe

Lecturer

Department of Animal Sciences

Faculty of Agriculture

P.O. Box 536-20115

Egerton, Kenya.

Mobile: +254 723 792 334 / 0772437038

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EDUCATION

Year

Degree

Institution

2010...

Currently pursuing PhD studies

Egerton University

1994 - 1997

Mphil Agroforestry (Goat Nutrition)

Moi University

1989 - 1992

BSc Animal Production

Egerton University

1983 - 1987

Diploma in Animal Husbandry

Egerton College

FIELD OF SPECIALIZATION

Animal Nutrition, Ruminant production, Dairy production systems, Value chains

WORK EXPERIENCE

2002 to date

Lecturer, Department of Animal Science, Egerton University

1998 - 2002

Assistant Lecturer, Department of Animal Science, Egerton University

1989 - 1998

Senior Technician, Department of Animal Science, Egerton University

1987 - 1989

Technical officer, Ministry of Livestock development

RECENT SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

1

Kagio, S.M and J.J. Sawe (2014). Strategies to maximize the production and exploitation of be products in Baringo county. Paper presented during the Baringo Honey Conference, July 2014.

2

Ogola T.D.O and J.J. Sawe (2013). The origins of the Food Crisis: The case of East Africa. In The Food Crisis: Implications for Labour. Christoph Scherrer and Debdulal Saha (Eds). Pg 29 – 51.(Book chapter).

3

SaweJ.J and I.S Kosgey (2012). Food security and safety in the Horn of Africa. Paper presented during Laikipia University Research Conference, June 2012.

4

Sawe, J.J and S.M Kagio (2009). Nutritive value of honey bee brood (Apis mellifera). Paper presented during Research Week, September 2009 at Agricultural Resource Centre, Njoro.

5

Sawe J.J. and S.M Kagio (2007) Dobera glabra: Its potential uses in Arid and Semi Arid areas of Kenya. APSK Proceedings 7th – 9th March 2007, Machakos, Kenya.

6

Kagio, S.M., J.J. Sawe., S.K.Raina and E.Muli (2007). A review of the uses of Hive products in Human and Veterinary Medicine. In Proceedings of 2007 JKUAT Scientific, Technological and Industrialization conference. ‘Galvanizing Science and Technology for Industrializtion: Towards the Millenium Development Goals’. JKUAT, Nairobi 25th – 26th Oct. 2007.

7

Kagio,S.M., J.J. Sawe and C.S. Lewuantai (2006).Beekeeping as a tool to alleviate poverty and hunger in arid and semi arid regions of Kenya. : In Increased Livestock Productivity for food security and Wealth Creation. Proceedings of Animal Production Society of Kenya, Annual Scientific Symposium, 8 – 10th March 2006, Bomen Hotel, Isiolo, Kenya. Pg 51 – 55.

8

Kagio,S.M., J.J Sawe, J.M. Ojango and I. S Kosgey (2006). Bee breeding towards a docile and high honey hoarding honey bee. In Increased Livestock Productivity for food security and Wealth Creation. Proceedings of Animal Production Society of Kenya, Annual Scientific Symposium, 8 – 10th March 2006, Bomen Hotel, Isiolo, Kenya. Pg 81 -91.

9

Kagio, S.M., J.J. Sawe, and J.M Ojango (2006). Supplementary feeding of honeybees during the dearth period. . In Increased Livestock Productivity for food security and Wealth Creation. Proceedings of Animal Production Society of Kenya, Annual Scientific Symposium, 8 – 10th March 2006, Bomen Hotel, Isiolo, Kenya.

10

Kagio, S.M., J.J. Sawe., J.M Ojango and I.S. Kosgey (2006). Prospects for breeding towards domesticated and high honey production of Apis Mellifera in Kenya. A review: In Increased Livestock Productivity for food security and Wealth Creation. Proceedings of Animal Production Society of Kenya, Annual Scientific Symposium, 8 – 10th March 2006, Bomen Hotel, Isiolo, Kenya.

11

Kagio, S.M., J.J. Sawe and I.S. Kosgey (2005) Levels of adulteration of honey on sale in Nakuru Municipality. Proceedings of Animal Production Society of Kenya. In: Livestock Production and Marketing Strategies for sustainable livelihoods. 7 – 9th March 2005, Egerton University, Njoro.

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Indigenous knowledge, Bee keeping, Ruminant production, production systems