M. N. Mutinda

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M. N. MUTINDA,

Department of Natural Resource Management

Egerton University,

P. O. Box 536,

Egerton (20115),

Kenya. Tel:(037) 61620(EXT. 3397), Mobile: 0721299114

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Born 1956 in Mombasa District, Kenya

EDUCATION

1981

Egerton College

Diploma in Range Management

1991

Egerton University, Kenya

Bsc. Animal Production

2000

Egerton University, Kenya

Msc. Natural ResourcesManagement

2013

Egerton University, Kenya,

Ph.DNatural Resources Management (To graduate)

FIELD OF SPECIALIZATION

Msc. Thesis Title: Ranch subdivisionin Machakos district, changing land use practices and their impacts on the condition of the land

PhD dissertation title: Inventory, management and rehabilitation of key pastoral and agro-pastoral resources in Baringo county, Kenya

WORK EXPERIENCE

1975- 1981

Range Officer, Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock Development

1981-1982

Research Officer, National Range Research Station, Makindu, Kenya

1982-1999

Senior Technician, Natural Resources Department

2000 to date

Assistant Lecturer, Natural resources Department

KEY PROJECTS

GL-CRSP, PARIMA project.: Risk Management in Drylands of Kenya and Ethiopia

PUBLICATIONS

1

Mutinda, M.N. 2007. The Impact of Rangeland Subdivision on Land Condition and HouseholdSocio-economics in Machakos District, Kenya. Chemchemi. 4 (2): 33-45

2

Aboud, A.A.; M. Mutinda; M. Odhiambo; S. Desta and D. L. Coppock. 2003. Kenya’s pastoralDevelopments policies: the unfortunate history and hope for the future. African J of Range andForage Science. 20(2):198.

AREA OF INTERESTS

Dryland management,

Range management,

Human Ecology.