Mr. Nicholas K. W. Ole Kaikai

Mr. Nicholas K. W. Ole Kaikai, MSC. Natural Resource Management

Chief  Technician   Department of Natural Resources

Faculty of Environment and Resource Development,

Egerton University

P. O. Box 536- 20115 Egerton, Kenya

Mobile: +254 – 0735 255 091

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EDUCATION

2008

Msc. Natural Resources Management

Egerton University, Njoro, Kenya

1993

B.Sc Animal Production

Egerton University, Njoro, Kenya

1986

Diploma in Range Management

FIELD OF SPECIALIZATION

Range Management/Range Science/Rangeland Ecology, Livestock Production/Pastoral Production Systems/Pastoralism, Plant Ecology, Vegetation Description and Analysis, Plant Taxonomy and Dendology (Forestry ), Herbarium Techniques and Preparation, Community Conservation and Wildlife Interfaces.

WORK EXPERIENCE

1986 -1996

Technical Range Officer, Livestock Production Officer 1- M.O.A.L Dev. G.O.K

1996 To Date

Senior Technologist, Natural Resource Department - Egerton University, Njoro, Kenya

1992 - 1994

District Range Management Officer, Ministry of Livestock Development, Narok District, Kenya

1994 -1996

District Livestock Marketing Officer, Taita-taveta District, Kenya

KEY PROJECTS

1986 -1992

Technical Officer For T & V Extension Project, NEP Projects Or Livestock Production, Southern Range Lands, Livestock Marketing Projects, Narok District, Kenya

1994 - 1996

Danida – T-Tap Projects Extension Officer For Livestock Production , Taita – Kenya.

2012 to date

Influence of Westernization on Maasai Water Resources Management and Governance in Narok District (Internally Funded Research Project – Egerton University Research Division

RECENT SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

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Ogendi, G.M, Morara, R., Ole Kaikai, N.K. (2012). The Influence Of Westernization on Maasai Water Resources Management in Kenya. UNESCO- HI, BOOK PROJECT, Springer Journal Publication.

Authored one book and three publications by 2015


RESEARCH INTERESTS

Livestock Production And Pastoral Production Systems, Pastoralism and Food Security, Community-Based Natural Resource Management and Livelihoods, Communal Land Tenure, Common Pool Resources Governance and the Commons Administration, Protected Areas Management Effectiveness and Governance, Documenting Lessons Learnt, Capacity Building, Development of Best Practices and Policy Issues in protected areas Planning and Management.