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PROF PAUL MUTUA MAKENZI

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ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS
  • 2004   

Ph.D Environmental Studies

Moi University (S.E.S), Kenya

  • 1985

Msc Agriculture (Forest Engineering)

St. Petersburg Forest Academy -USSR

  • 1978

Bsc. Botany/zoology

Nairobi University, Kenya

FIELDS OF SPECIALIZATION
  • Human Ecology; Community Based NRM; Participatory Forest Management.
WORK EXPERIENCE
  • 2012-Present

Senior LecturerDepartment of Environmental Science, Egerton University,

  • 1990- 2012

LecturerDepartments of Natural resources and Environmental Science, Egerton University

  • 1986-1990

Agroforestry Manager- Kenya Renewable Energy Development- MOE/Energy Development International(EDI)

  • 1984-1986

Assistant Conservator of Forests/Instructor Kenya Forest College- Londian

KEY PROJECTS
  • 2013 to         present

Indigenous Knowledge in Biodiversity Conservation in Mau Complex – MS Kenya/FAN

  • 2013-           

Climate Change Adaptation Strategies by Indigenous Communities in Rift Valley: case of Okiek, Turgens of Baringo county and Batwa (pygymy) of SW Uganda.. ACCFP/Egerton University

  • 2012 to present -

Payment for Ecosystems Services in conservation of Lake Naivasha Catchment- CARE Intl./WWF

  • 2008-2013

CBNRM- in Nakuru and Mau Complex. Funded by Ms-Kenya through FAN.

  • 2009-2012

Collaborative Resources Management and Planning (COREMAP) in South Sudan. Funded by (NORAD/NPA

RESEARCH INTERESTS
  • CBNRM and PFM; Environmental Impact Assessment and Audit; ; Human Ecology and Climate Change
LIST OF PUBLICATIONS
  • Makenzi P.M. et al.; 2013. Market Chain Analysis of Gum Arabic Trade in Kenya. In Journal of Land Degradation and Development, Vol.--Ldd-11-0166, 2011.
  • Makenzi P.M. et al., 2012. Traditonal Ecological Knowledge Associated with Acacia senegal (Gum arabic tree) Management and Gum arabic Production in Northern Kenya . In International Journal of Forestry Review vol. 12 (3), 2010
  • Makenzi P.M, Mwirigi J., et al., 2009. Socio-Economic Constraints to Adoption and Sustainability of Biogas technology by Farmers in Nakuru Districts, Kenya. In International Journal of Energy for Sustainable Development, (2009): doi: 10:1016/j.esd 2009.05.002
  • Makenzi et al., 2010. Gum Arabic yield in different varieties of Acacia Senegal (l) Wild in Kenya. In African Journal of Plant Science, Vol. 3 (11), pp 263-276, 2009, http://www:academicjournals.org/ajps. ISSN1996-0824@2009>
  • Makenzi P.M. et al,. 2009Implications of Biomas Energy Use by Households and Institutions in Nakuru Muniucipality. In the proceedings of the Sumawa Mau Forest Complex conference , 27-29 April, 2009, Egerton University , Kenya .pp 112- 121
  • Makenzi P.M. and Akonga J.J. 2008. Indigenous Knowledge Systems for the Integrity of the Commons: the case of Baringo District, Kenya. In Moi University Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences Vol. 1 No. 1 2005.pp.69-75
  • Makenzi P.M. et al,. 2009Implications of Biomas Energy Use by Households and Institutions in Nakuru Muniucipality. In the proceedings of the Sumawa Mau Forest Complex conference , 27-29 April, 2009, Egerton University , Kenya .pp 112- 121
  • Makenzi P.M, 2005. Natural Resources Management in the Didinga Hills: A Baseline Survey of Budi County, South SudanPublished by the Drylands coordination group, Miljohuset G9, Oslo, Norway. On the Internet: ttp://www.drylands-group.org
  • Makenzi, P.M., 1997. Trees in land use systems: An East African Perspective Farmer-Initiated research and Extension. In: International Conference on Creativity and Innovation at Grassroots for Sustainable Natural Resources Management. January 11-14, Indian Institute for Management in agriculture, Ahmedabad, India, 174pp.
  • Makenzi, P.M, and Inoti, S.K. 1992. Utilization and Conservation of Wood as a Form of Biomass Energy for Sustainable Development in Kenya. In: The Kenya Society for agricultural Engineers Annual Conference.- Engineering for Sustainable Development. JKUAT, Nairobi.
  • Makenzi P.M. et al, 2004Community Based Resources Management Project (COREMAP) training in Akot, South Sudan. Technical report prepared for NORAD/NPA, Oslo, Norway
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