Stephen Lumukwana M’masi

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Stephen Lumukwana M’masi

(M.A Geography – Egerton University; BED Science – Egerton University)

Egerton University (Njoro)

P.O. Box 536, Njoro.

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Work Experience

Date

Position

Institution

Duties/Responsibilities

AUGUST 2011- TODATE

Assistant Lecturer

Egerton University, Njoro

Teaching, advising and Examining courses in Human and Physical Geography.

JAN 2010 – JULY 2011

Assistant Lecturer (Part-time)

Egerton University, Njoro.

Teaching, advising and Examining courses in Human and Physical Geography

JAN– DEC 2009

Assistant Lecturer (Part-time)

Kabarak University, Nakuru

Teaching, advising and Examining courses in Human and Physical Geography

JAN– DEC 2008

Assistant Lecturer (Part-time)

Catholic University of East Africa, Kisumu Campus

Teaching, advising and Examining courses in Human and Physical Geography

DECEMBER 2003

Research Assistant

Kenya Anti-corruption Commission (KACC)

Collection of Data for Annual Perception Survey.

2001-2002

Graduate Teacher

Shabwali Secondary School, Shinyalu - Kakamega

Teaching Chemistry & Geography Subjects

PUBLICATIONS:

1. Incidence of Malaria among Children Aged below Five Years: A Case of Households in Kabras Division, Kakamega District, KenyaEnvironment and Natural Resources Management and Society Journal – Egerton University (Under Review).

2. Household Coping Strategies In The Face Of Malaria Morbidity among Children Aged Below Five Years: A Case Study of Kabras Division Of Kakamega District, Kenya Environment and Natural Resources Management and Society Journal – Egerton University (Under Review).

RESEARCH INTERESTS:

v Medical Geography – Spatial and Temporal distribution of Communicable disease (Malaria Morbidity, Transmission and Mortality)

v Urban Population, Health and Environment dynamics.