Mr. Wafula Richard Kisaka,


Mr. Wafula Richard Kisaka,

Department of Peace, Security and Social Studies,

Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences,

P. O. Box 536, 20115 Egerton, Kenya

Mobile: +254 -722 817136

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EDUCATION

1989

MA, Sociology

University of Nairobi,Kenya

1986

BA, Sociology and History

University of Nairobi,Kenya

1981

A-Level

Lelmokwo High School

1979

O-Level

Kolanya High School

1976

KCPE

Bondeni Primary School

FIELD OFSPECIALIZATION

Sociological theory, Rural and Community development, Conflict & Peace studies, Research methods

WORK EXPERIENCE

2012 to present

Lecturer, Dept of PSSS

1997 to present

Examination officer, Department of PSSS

1989-1990

Assistant lecturer, Dept of PSSS

KEY RESEARCH PROJECTS

2009

Assessing the relevance of indigeneous knowledge systems for sustainable development:a case study of njoro Division, Kenya(research funded by OSSREA)2009

2010

Linking small scale farming and off-farm micro and smallscale enterprises for food security among women in Kenya:A Case study of njoro division(funded by Egerton university Internal research funds)

1987-1989

M.A. Thesis - “Differences in resource utilization in rural Kenya. A case study of a heterogeneous settlement scheme, Kakmega, District, Kenya

RECENT SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

1

Murenga, H.M. and Kisaka , R.W. Co-authored a military science, teaching manual titled “conflict Resolution and management (Diploma) pending publications by EMC Egerton University Press.

 

2

Murenga, H.M. and Kisaka , R.W. Co-authored a military science teaching manual titled “Conflict resolution and management published by EMC Egerton University Press.

 

3

Murenga H.M. W.R. Kisaka (2009), Co-authored a military science (Degree) teaching manual titled” International Humanitarian Law pending publication by EMC – Egerton University Press.

4

Murenga, H.M., W.R. Kisaka ( 2009) Co-authored a Military Science teaching manual titled “Society and International Humanitarian Law” published by EMC – Egerton University Press.

 

PATENTS

None

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Conflict and peace issues, Criminology, Rural Development, Sociological theory, Research Methods