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PROF. ROSE AOKO OGWANG ODHIAMBO

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ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
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Faculty of Science
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INSTITUTE OF WOMEN GENDER AND DEVT STUDIES
Zoology/Gender
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Gender Institute
SUMMARY

Associate Professor of Immunology and Parasitology, Global Health and Gender Mainstreaming Specialist lecturing at the Faculty of Science, Egerton University - Kenya. I have also served as the first CEO of Kenya’s National Gender and Equality Commission (NGEC), and two-term Trust Secretary of Egerton’s Retirement Benefits Scheme (RBS). In adittion, I have served as Board Chairperson of several high schools, as well as being the co-founder of Wiser Girls, an all-girls High school based in Migori County that extends full scholarships to 100% of its qualified students to study.

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS
  1. Doctor of Philosophy, Kenyatta University, 1996-2000. Thesis Title: “Use of Parasite lactate dehydrogenase assay (pLDH) for diagnosis and drug sensitivity test of malaria in Kenya”.
  2. Master of Science, Nairobi University, 1990-1993. Thesis Title: “Factors affecting exflagellation of in vitro- cultivated Plasmodium falciparum gametocytes”.
  3. Kenyatta University, B.Ed. Science. 1984-1987. Project Title: “Incidence of malaria in infants and children from 1980 to 1986 in South Nyanza District, Kenya”
FIELDS OF SPECIALIZATION
  • Science and Education, including policy making
  • Policy analysis, implementation and public administration
  • Research and Report Writing, global health expert (Malaria, HIV/ AIDS (Parasitology and Immunology; Gender and Development on the just ended Millenium Development Goals and the continuing Sustainable Development Goals)
WORK EXPERIENCE
  • Associate Professor of Immunology, Parasitology & Gender studies – Egerton University (Presently).
  • CEO & Secretary, National Gender and Equality Commission. (2012-2014)
  • Director Gender Institute of Egerton University - 2003- to 2012
  • Managing Trust Secretary, Egerton University pension scheme (2009-2015).
  • Member of the Kenya Bioethics Council (2011-2015).
  • Council member Egerton University- 2003-
  • Chair of committee that Developed Egerton University Gender policy (2009).
  • Member of Egerton University Academic Trustee- 2009-2011.
  • Member of JAB committee looking into the reason for low number of students registering for University admission (2009) carried out research in Rift Valley Provincial Schools, report presented to 2010 JAB meeting at Maseno
  • Member of Egerton University publications
  • Member of the National Bioethics Committee (2010 to 2013) - Appointed by Ministry of Higher Education, Science and
  • Member of National AIDS Control Council, Research
  • Patron – Egerton University SDA group (EUSDA) 2007 to
  • Board Chairperson – Rift Valley Adventist Secondary
  • Board member Rabwao Secondary School (2001 to 2009)
  • Board member Winjo Secondary School (2008 to date).
  • Board member Molo Academy (2005 to 2008)
  • Board member Rift Valley Adventist Secondary School 2001 to date
  • Board Chairperson Owiro Akoko Girls Secondary School (2012 to date)
  • Board member of academic board for Central Kenya Conference of SDA
  • Board member Kamagambo Adventist
RESEARCH INTERESTS
  • Global Health - Immunology, Parasitology,HIV/AIDS, Malaria and other Tropical diseases
  • GENDER MAINSTREAMING
  • Curuculumn Development- Medical Parasitology, HIV/AIDS and Gender Mainstreaming
LIST OF PUBLICATIONS
  1. Puffer, E.S.*, Green, E.P., Sikkema, K.J., Broverman, S.A., Ogwang-Odhiambo, R.A., & Pian, J. (in press). “A church-based intervention for families to promote mental health and prevent HIV among adolescents in rural Kenya: Results of a randomized trial”. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology Dec (2015)
  2. Wekesa, C. S. Mulambalah, C. I. Muleke, and R. Odhiambo, “Intestinal Helminth Infections in Pregnant Women Attending Antenatal Clinic at Kitale District Hospital, Kenya”. Journal of Parasitology Research May (2014)
  3. Kipchirchir Kosgei J, Mburu Jane, Odhiambo Rose. “Prevalence of cryptosporidium species and giardia lamblia infection in patients attending Siaya district hospital” Pakistan Journal for Medical and Health sciences Vol. 4. No.5 Sep (2014)
  4. Samuel Gachuhi, Meshack Obonyo, Rose Odhiambo, Brett Swierczewski Ramadhan Mwakubambanya. “Differentiation of Entamoeba histolytica and Entamoeba dispar Complex by Multiplex Polymerase Chain Reaction” Scholars Academic Journal of Biosciences (SAJB) Vol. 2(11)2014;
  5. Ogeto T.K, Odhiambo R.A, Shivairo, R.S, Osero B.O, Anjili C2, Ingonga J.M, Osuga I.M, Muleke C.I, “Antileishmanial activity of Aloe Secundiflora plant extracts against Leishmania Major” Advances in Life Science and Technology (www.iiste.org), ISSN 2224-7181 (Paper), ISSN 2225-062X (Online), (Oct., 2013). Vol.13, pp 9 - 17
  6. Kipng’etich Emily, Rose A. Ogwang-Odhiambo, The burden of P. falciparum s. mansoni and STH parasitic infection among school children in Kisumu municipality” Infectious diseases of poverty Journal. 2013
  7. Njiri. O.A, Odhiambo R.A.O, Shivairo R.S and Karanja D.M.S. Post-treatment Prevalence of Schistosomiasis and Geohelminthic Infections in Children and Adults living along L.Victoria, Kenya. Egerton journal of Science and Technology. 2013.
  8. Esendi M. W, Shivairo, R, S, Muleke, C.I, Yaw Afrane and Odhiambo, R.O. Epidemiological factors determining Clinical malaria in the highlands of Western Kenya: Case study of Iguhu Location. Egerton journal of Science and Technology. 2013.
  9. Kipng’etich Emily, Rose A. Ogwang-Odhiambo, Co-infections with plasmodium falciparum, S. mansoni and STH and their effect on haemoglobin concentration among school age children in Kisumu municipality. Egerton journal of Science and Technology, 2013. 
  10. David M. Kiplagat, Rose A.O. Odhiambo, Hoseah M. Akala, Pamela O. Liyala, Julia M. Wangui, Josiah Antiplasmodial activity of flavan derivatives from rootbark of Cassia abbreviata Olivia. Journal of Saudi Chemical Society, October 15 2012. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jscs.2012.10.002
  11. Rose Odhiambo and Lustig, D. Freedman 2012. “Men Becoming Gender Activists: Kenyan University Students Working for Justice and Rewards.” African Identities Eve S. Puffer, Mellisa H. Watt, Rose A. Ogwang-Odhiambo, Sherryl Broverman. The Protective Role of Religious Coping in Adolescents’ Responses to Poverty and Sexual Decision-Making in Rural Kenya. Journal of Research on Adolescence. Online publication, October 2011, Volume 22,Issue 1, pp. 1-7. Released March 2012http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1532-7795.2011.00760.x/abstract
  12. Sherryl Broverman, Eve S. Puffer, Mellisa H. Watt, Rose A. Ogwang-Odhiambo. Individual- and Family-Level Psychosocial Correlates of HIV Risk Behavior among Youth in Rural Kenya. Aids and Behaviour, Volume 15, Number 6, August 2011, pp. 1264-1274.http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/klu/aibe/2011/00000015/00000006/00009823
  13. Mala Jared, Tuitoek Prisca and Odhiambo Rose, “Effect of HIV and Nutritional Status on Pregnancy Outcomes of women attending PMTCT (Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission) Program at Nyanza Provincial General hospital” African journal of Food, Agriculture, Nutrition and Development. 2009. No 10870-AJFAND 2012
  14. Rose Odhiambo and Ruth Odhiambo (2006). Gender Inequalities in Kenya. A book published by UNESCO.
  15. Odhiambo, R.A.O and Odulaja, A. (2005). New enzymatic assay , parasite lactate dehydrogenase in diagnosis of malaria in Kenya. The East African Medical Journal.. 82,.( 3): 111-117.
  16. Odhiambo, R:A.O and Odulaja, A (2005). Parasite lactate dehydrogenase assay (pLDH) for the determination of antimalarial drug susceptibility of Kenyan field isolates. The East African Medical Journal.. 82,.( 3): 118-123.
  17. Ogwang-Odhiambo, R.A.,. Kenyan perspectives on microbiology that matters. Creation of Science curriculum for gender sensitization and HIV/AIDS control in Kenyan Universities. (2004). American Society for Microbiology, published 2005. Presented at 104th general meeting, May 23-27, New Orleans, Louisiana.
  18. Michael Kariuki, Rose Ogwang, Francis Mulaa and Samuel K. Martin. (June 1998). Signal Transduction in Malaria gametocytes. South African Journal of Science 94:271- 272.

Masters Supervision:

Earliest Publications:

  1. Ogwang´, R.A., Mwangi, J.K., Githure, J., Were, J.B.O., Roberts, C.R and Martin, S.K (1993). Factors affecting exflagellation of in vitro- cultivated Plasmodium falciparum gametocytes. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 49 (1): 25-29.
  2. Ogwang´ R.A., Mwangi, J.K., Gachihi,G., Nwachukwu A., Roberts, C.R and Martin, S.K (1993). Use of Pharmacological agents to implicate a role for Phosphoinositide hydrolysis products in malaria gamete formation. Biochemical Pharmacology 46 (9): 1601-1606

Papers awaiting publication:

  1. Plasmodium falciparum, schistosoma mansoni, and hookworms co-infections. Effect on haemoglobin concentration among school age children in Kisumu municipality, Kenya, graduated 2009, Submitted to East African Medical (Published)
  2. Use of Religious coping for HIV/ AIDS prevention- a case of Muhuru Bay, & Nyanza Western Kenya, 2010. (Eve Puffer and Odhiambo Rose). Proceedings of National AIDS control Council Biennual Conference,

Abstracts for conferences:

  1. Ogwang´R.A and Orago, A.S.S. (2nd to 4th February, 1990). Incidence of malaria in infants and children from 1980 to 1986 in South Nyanza District, Kenya. Presented at the Annual Scientific Conference of Kenya Paedriatric Association.
  2. Ogwang Odhiambo R.A. and Koech D.K. (March 1999) Determination of pLDH optical density, Kenyan situation. Presented at the congress of African Health Sciences in Arusha, Tanzania.
  3. Ogwang Odhiambo R.A and Orago A.S.S. pLDH assay for antimalarial drugs susceptibility in women, Kenyan situation (March 2000, Ghana).
  4. Odhiambo, R.A.O, 2005. Creation of Science curriculum for gender sensitization and HIV/AIDS control in Kenyan Universities. (2005). Presented at the 13th International Conference of Women engineers and Scientists, August 26-29, 2005, Seol, Korea.
  5. Ogwang-Odhiambo, R.A; Ngotho, D.K; Chiuri, L and Keino, E. (2nd to 6th August 2002, Santa Clara, San Jose, California). Egerton University HIV/AIDS curriculum- SENCER model approach and promotion of women in Science and Engineering.
  6. Ogwang/Odhiambo (28th April 2003 Hull University, U.K). HIV/AIDS and gender relations in society, cultural practices that encourage disease transmission in Kenyan Universities.
CONFERENCES & INVITED PRESENTATIONS
  • Egerton University SENCER model on Teaching HIV/AIDS in the University Curriculum 15th to 16th October,
  • HIV/AIDS University curriculum for civic engagement (May 27th 28th) 2003, at Egerton University with Duke University staff and
  • HIV and AIDS workshops for students and staff for Public and \private Universities (2006). Organised by African Women in Science and Engineering, KIE,
  • Held several workshops with students and staff of Duke University, US. From 2003 to
  • Training of women in Leadership and Management in Higher Education, on going in Kenya, Uganda and
  • Gender Training workshop for Gender officers in the Ministry of Gender – Facilitator of two workshops (September and November, 2007).
  • 1990 : Workshop on Epidemiology and Disease control- Targeting the WHO, Tropical Diseases (Silver Springs Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya)
  • 2000 : Workshop on Research and Linkages for Kenyan and Swedish Students (Ph.D. Programme – (Nguruman, ICIPE, Kenya). Grassroot teaching and collection of information for constitution review process in three constituencies in Kenya (woman representative from the SDA church).
  • 2001: On African Women in Science and Engineering (AWISE) in the American Association for the Advancement of Science, ICRAF, Nairobi, Kenya. Developed East African University Curriculum and proposal which won best award for implementation for civic engagement and reduction of HIV/AIDS
  • East African Regional Workshop, 22 – 25th May 2002, Kilifi, Kenya. International Training and Research in emerging infectious diseases, University of Washington. Malaria Research Training Program. Seattle Biomedical Research
  • Good Laboratory Practices Workshop, 28 – 29 May 2002, The Grand Regency Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya, awarded certificate of GLP training, a certificate that allows me run a certified
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  • 2018: California State University & Kenyatta University – Being a Leader and Effective Exercise of Leadership Course.
  • 2014: Strathmore University-Finance Course for Non-finance Executives.
  • 2013: Centre for Corporate Governance- Organizational development. (Certificate attached)
  • 2012: College of Insurance-Trustee development Program. (Certificate attached)
  • 2012: Transformative Leadership Course at the Kenya Institute of Administration, March 2012. (Cert. attached)
  • 2011: Training for Virtual library on Gender in the Great Lakes Region to be set up at Egerton University. Lusaka, Zambia.
  • 2008: Diploma training in China on Technical Education and Community Development organized Tianjin University of Technology and sponsored by the Ministry of Commerce of the Peoples Republic of China. December 2008. (Certificate attached)
  • 2007: Training on Women Leadership and Management in Higher Education, Dar es Salaam University to become East African Trainer in Gender Mainstreaming- by Association of Commonwealth Universities, UK.
  • 2006: Training on women in management and leadership in higher education, Entebbe, by Association of Commonwealth Universities.
  • 2004: Training on Women, community leadership and gender mainstreaming at Haifa, Israel.
  • 2004: Gender Mainstreaming at Kenyan Universities: Developing a Common strategy- with World Bank Institute and Kenyatta University.
  • 2003: Training on Gender Studies and Gender mainstreaming by the Department of Comparative Studies, at the University of Hull, U.K.
  • 2003: Women Leadership training in the US with ALVA Consortium, Howard University.
  • 2002: HIV/AIDS Training on Curriculum Development at UCLA- California. Key contributions to Public sector and International Organizations: Research contributions:
  • Presented paper at, The Second Session of the Committee on Development, Information, Science and Technology CODIST-II and the U.N Economic commission for Africa, 2nd-5th May 2011, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia on Equal Access for Education, Training and S&T: Pathway to Decent Work for (Click here... )

(Study on Mainstreaming Gender in STI in East African Community”)

  • Study on Gender parity in East African Community countries- Supported by UNECA and overseen by Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology-2011.
  • A toolkit on Gender and Rights Based Approach to HIV and AIDS for East African Community plantation workers- submitted to LVBA (2010).
  • Women and Innovations in East Africa Community- Challenges and opportunities- Presented at Science with Africa Conference- Ethiopia, Addis Ababa, June 23-25, 2010. http://www.uneca.org/sciencewithafrica/main.html
  • Presentation of Gender Mainstreaming in Science, Technology and Innovation at the Launch of the African Womens Decade (2010-2020), 10th-15th October, Kenyatta International Conference Centre, Theme: Grassroots approach to Gender Equality and women’s empowerment
  • Training of gender officers in public, parastatals and private organizations in Gender mainstreaming (April- May 2010) on behalf of the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Services.
  • Anti- FGM policy for Government of Kenya (2009) with Ministry of Gender Children and Social Services and UNICEF, a bill submitted to Parliament,
  • Mainstreaming of gender into Science, Technology and Innovations- (2009)- Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology and UNESCO, published
  • Developed gender mainstreaming into Climate adaptation programme for Kenya (2009)- UNDP/UNIDO/
  • Participated in the Consultancy for ACCORD – Post Election Violence in Kenya and the impacts on the communities in Kenya (2008).

Trainings Facilitated:

Facilitated trainings on Gender Mainstreaming and Science inclusivity within and outside Kenya. These include:

  • Duke University in US, (http://today.duke.edu/2008/10/wiser1.html)
  • Hull University in UK, (unesco.org/images/0014/001458/145887e.pdf)
  • Uganda’s Makerere University
  • Tanzania’s University of Dar es Salaam
  • DRC Congo (in Establishing a Great lakes regional centre for Women and Gender Studies),
  • East African Trade Union Gender Mainstreaming in Arusha,
  • Ministry of Gender, children and Social Services,

 

  • Kenya Literature Bureau,
  • KIPPRA,
  • Several workshops for Ministry of Education, including Ministry of Higher Education Science and

Gender activities at Egerton University:

  • Organized International Conference on “Gender Inequalities in Kenya”, 2004
  • Acting Director, Centre for Women Studies and Gender Analysis – 2002- 2003
  • The centre was elevated to Institute of Women, Gender and Development Studies with a mandate to start offering academic programmes (2004).
  • University training on Empowerment and Campaign Strategies, by US
  • Training Women leaders on campaign strategies for both civic and Parliamentary seats. Many Women came out successfully and won the
  • Initiated weekly coffee hour sessions for students and staff where gender issues are discussed and implemented (formation of female and male students league champions of gender issues on campus)
  • Initiated annual gender awareness day, (17th October ) where all university community and stakeholders and related Government Ministries and Development partners meet to focus on the International theme on gender
  • Acting Chair- Biological Sciences- 2001-2002.
  • University Teaching Methodology Training (2001)

Science Programmes Developed at Egerton University:

  • 2002- Biology of HIV/ AIDS and Society- Core Course for Year 1 students at Egerton University 2003- Helminthology and HIV|AIDS.
  • 2004- To date, I have taught over 3,000 students in all years as a measure to combat HIV and AIDS. 2002- 2004 - Mainstreaming of HIV/AIDS and Gender Issues into the University Curriculum
  • 2001-2009 - Egerton University Curriculum Developer and Co-ordinator of HIV/AIDS and Outreach and Advocacy programs with the University student league to the community and high schools
  • 2005: Senior Lecturer Department of Zoology, Egerton University.
  • 2005: Developed Masters Programme in Medical Parasitology.
    • Programme now identified as the most popular with few lecturers to supervise students.
    • Sought for scholarship for over five students to undertake masters research in Medical Parasitology and Biochemistry.
    • Teaching both undergraduate and post graduate courses in the department at full load due to lack of enough lecturers. Courses taught include: Biology of HIV and AIDS and Society, Immunology, Protozoology, Helminthology, Helminthology and HIV/AIDS.
    • I have also taught in the department of Biochemistry Biomedical students, teaching Helminthology and Protozoology.
    • I have been internal Examiner for the Department of Biological Sciences.
    • Taught as part/time lecturer at Maseno University, Masters courses including Immunology courses and Biomedical Sciences courses.
    • Identified as African Scientist to validate graduate Science programmes for University for Eastern Africa Baraton, Kenya (November 2009).
HONORS, PRIZE AND AWARDS
  1. Received the Head of State Commendation (HSC) by His Excellency the President of the Republic of Kenya-2014, for outstanding work in encouraging Women’s education through science education.
TEACHING AREAS
  • Protozoology
  • Helminthology
  • Immunology
  • Gender Health and Sexuality
  • Gender and Reproductive Health
  • Seminar in Gender
POSTGRADUATE SUPERVISION
MASTERS LEVEL :
  1. Wekesa, C. S. Mulambalah, C. I. Muleke, and R. Odhiambo, “Intestinal Helminth Infections in Pregnant Women Attending Antenatal Clinic at Kitale District Hospital, Kenya”. Journal of Parasitology Research May (2014)
  2. Kipchirchir Kosgei J, Mburu Jane, Odhiambo Rose. “Prevalence of cryptosporidium species and giardia lamblia infection in patients attending Siaya district hospital” Pakistan Journal for Medical and Health sciences Vol. 4. No.5 Sep (2014)
  3. Samuel Gachuhi, Meshack Obonyo, Rose Odhiambo, Brett Swierczewski Ramadhan Mwakubambanya. “Differentiation of Entamoeba histolytica and Entamoeba dispar Complex by Multiplex Polymerase Chain Reaction” Scholars Academic Journal of Biosciences (SAJB) Vol. 2(11)2014;
  4. Ogeto T.K, Odhiambo R.A, Shivairo, R.S, Osero B.O, Anjili C2, Ingonga J.M, Osuga I.M, Muleke C.I, “Antileishmanial activity of Aloe Secundiflora plant extracts against Leishmania Major” Advances in Life Science and Technology (www.iiste.org), ISSN 2224-7181 (Paper), ISSN 2225-062X (Online), (Oct., 2013). Vol.13, pp 9 - 17
  5. Kipng’etich Emily, Rose A. Ogwang-Odhiambo, The burden of P. falciparum s. mansoni and STH parasitic infection among school children in Kisumu municipality” Infectious diseases of poverty Journal. 2013
  6. Njiri. O.A, Odhiambo R.A.O, Shivairo R.S and Karanja D.M.S. Post-treatment Prevalence of Schistosomiasis and Geohelminthic Infections in Children and Adults living along L.Victoria, Kenya. Egerton journal of Science and Technology. 2013.
  7. Esendi M. W, Shivairo, R, S, Muleke, C.I, Yaw Afrane and Odhiambo, R.O. Epidemiological factors determining Clinical malaria in the highlands of Western Kenya: Case study of Iguhu Location. Egerton journal of Science and Technology. 2013.
  8. Kipng’etich Emily, Rose A. Ogwang-Odhiambo, Co-infections with plasmodium falciparum, S. mansoni and STH and their effect on haemoglobin concentration among school age children in Kisumu municipality. Egerton journal of Science and Technology, 2013.
  9. David M. Kiplagat, Rose A.O. Odhiambo, Hoseah M. Akala, Pamela O. Liyala, Julia M. Wangui, Josiah
  10. Antiplasmodial activity of flavan derivatives from rootbark of Cassia abbreviata Olivia. Journal of Saudi Chemical Society, October 15 2012. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jscs.2012.10.002
  11. Mala Jared, Tuitoek Prisca and Odhiambo Rose, “Effect of HIV and Nutritional Status on Pregnancy Outcomes of women attending PMTCT (Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission) Program at Nyanza Provincial General hospital” African journal of Food, Agriculture, Nutrition and Development. 2009. No 10870-AJFAND 2012
OTHER SOCIETIES
  1. Member of Kenya Medical Association, Nairobi Division
  2. Associate member of Kenya Obstetrical and Gynecological
  3. Association of Commonwealth Universities, East African Gender trainer in Women, Leadership and
  4. Member of ALVA Consortium Training of Trainers in African Women
  5. Research Board of Advisors-American Biographical
  6. Parasitological Society of Southern
  7. African Women in Science and
  8. International Network of Women Engineers and
  9. Association of African Women in Research and Development (AAWORD).
  10. Association of American Colleges and
  11. American Biographical Institute- 2005 award winner of International Woman of Peace for community outreach. Check website: wisergirls.org
  12. American Association for the Advancement of
  13. International Center of Infectious Diseases
  14. African Health
REFEREES

Prof. Alloys Orago,

Former Director –

Kenya National AIDS Control Council Landmark Plaza, 9th Floor.

Argwings Kodhek Road, P.O. Box 61307-00200

 

Dr. Deborah Lustig

University of California, Berkeley

Assistant Director- Institute for the Study of societal Issues

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Dr. Naomi Wambui Wangai,

Former Commissioner,

National Gender and Equality Commission (NGEC)

P.O Box 28026-00200

Nairobi

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Prof. Ezra Maritim,

Former Vice-ChancellorEgerton University,

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Prof. Rose Mwonya

Immediate former Vice chancellor,

Egerton University,

P.O. Box 536-20115,

Egerton, Kenya.

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Odulaja Adedapo,

Special Adviser (International Energy Regulations),

Office of the Honorable Minister of State for Petroleum Resources,

Block D, 10th Floor, Room 4, NNPC Towers,

Herbert Macaulay Way, Central Business District,

Abuja, Nigeria.

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(PhD supervisor).

 

Prof. Alexander Kahi

Former Deputy Vice Chancellor, Academic Affairs,

Egerton University

P.O. Box 536, 20115

Egerton

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