He is an Associate Professor of Agribusiness Management and Expert in Impact Assessment. He is the AFMA Vice President. He is the Director of the World Bank funded project, the African Center of Excellence in sustainable Agriculture and Agribusiness Management (CESAAM). George also serves as Egerton University Investments Company Managing Director since 2017. Before joining the Cente and the Company, Owuor was the Chairman, Department of Agribusiness Management at Egerton University, a position he held (2014- 2016). Prof. Owuor brings a wealth of experience from the African Economic Research Consortium (AERC) where he worked as the Programme Manager for a regional capacity building programme between 2011-2014 covering 13 countries in Eastern, Central and South Africa. He has had various project consultancies with CIMMYT, CIAT, IFPRI, ILRI, Syngenta Foundation and International Centre for Development and Decent Work in Germany. He has over 40 peer reviewed publications under his name and successfully supervised over 30 Masters and 10 PhD students.
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He is a senior lecturer in Agricultural Economics and Resource Management. He has served as a Senior Program Officer at PEP. Prior to joining PEP, Vincent Ngeno was on faculty in the Department of Agricultural Economics and Resource Management at Moi University. He has been active on many university assignments; having served in Moi University as Head of Department-Department of Agricultural Economics and Resource Management, Dean-School of Business and Economics and international professional appointments such as secretary general – African Farm Management Association. As a member of the teaching staff, he has taught several courses in economics and econometrics: theory and applications, and has supervised or co-supervised and examined numerous Masters and Doctoral theses. He earned his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Agricultural Economics and Resource Management from Moi University, as well as a Doctorate degree in Agricultural Economics and Resource Management from Moi University and Kiel University, Germany sandwich programme. Vincent Ngeno’s core research interest and expertise are in areas of applied microeconomics, particularly production & welfare economics, impact evaluation and applied econometrics with a diverse econometric toolkit in cross-sectional, time series and panel data analysis.
Usman Haruna is a Professor of Agricultural Economics and former Dean, Faculty of General Studies, Federal University Dutse, Jigawa State, Nigeria. He was also, the former Director of the Development and Public, Private Partnership unit of the university. He has been involved in teaching both undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness Management since 1997. He is also, involved in several research activities. His major areas of research include: Farm Management, Sustainable Agricultural Production Systems (SAPS), Agribusiness Management, Agricultural Policy and Development. Furthermore, he published more than 120 academic articles in reputable national and international journals, peer-reviewed conference proceedings, books and book chapters. Prof. Haruna also, supervised more than 50 theses/dissertations of MSc and PhD students to completion; and he is a member of six academic associations. Currently, he is the National Vice-President of the Farm Management Association of Nigeria (FAMAN) and the President of the African Farm Management Association (AFMA). Moreover, he is happily married with five (5) children.
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She holds a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Agricultural Economics and Resource Management from Moi University, Kenya. She is an Agricultural Economist and a faculty member of the department of Applied Economics, University of Eldoret, Kenya. As a lecturer, she is actively engaged in teaching, supervision and research. Her research interests are in the areas of agricultural marketing and international trade. She has published 20 papers and supervised 12 Masters’ students.
BSc (Horticulture) (KU, Kenya), MSc. (Moi University, Kenya, Wageningen, Netherlands), PhD (Moi University, Kenya)
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He is an Associate Professor of Moi University in Agricultural Economics and Resource Management. He Served as Principal and Director Academic Programmes, Odera Akang’o College Campus. He served as Head of Department of Agricultural Economics and Resource Management, Moi University, Kenya. He has published over 87 articles in refereed publications and international conference proceedings. In 2007 was awarded the Prize for the best scientific presentation at the African Association of Agricultural Economists in Accra, Ghana. He has attended over 38 international conferences in USA, South America, Many parts of Africa, Canada and Europe. Has organized and continue to organize international conferences in Africa and globally on Agricultural Economics and Farm Management issues by mobilizing funds and professionals as a Council member of International Farm Management Association headquartered in the United Kingdom and a President of Africa Farm Management Association. He served as a regional representative for East and Central Africa for African Association of Agricultural Economists in 2010-2013. He has supervised over 60 undergraduates, 35 masters, and 16 PhD students. He has also been involved in fundraising efforts either singly or collaboratively for professional associations, institutional grants for purchase of equipment and books for his department or multidisciplinary research on sorghum and maize and their implications for food security in East Africa. Prior to joining the University, Prof. Nyangweso worked as a Senior Agricultural Officer in the Ministry of Agriculture where he executed government advisory services on various community development projects with special focus on Agricultural Marketing and Extension. His research interests are: Agriculture and Food Policy, Agricultural Marketing, International Trade and Household Food Security, Microeconomic and Macroeconomic Modelling, Farm and agribusiness management. He was consulted in 2010 as an expert on Agriculture and Food Policy by the Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) which was in the process of formulating a Regional Agriculture and Food Policy. He was consulted by IGAD in December 2016 to train ministry staff in 8 IGAD member countries on latest Developments in the System of National Accounting. He has externalized exams for Maseno University and Kabianga University for 4 years in Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness management
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He is a lecturer at Murang’a University of Technology. He has Master of Science and a PhD in Agricultural Economics and Resource management from Moi University. He has BSc degree in Agriculture from University of Nairobi. He has served as a policy analyist at Tegemeo Institute of Agricultural Policy and Development. He has over 19 years of experience teaching at the University, policy research, journal peer reviews and consultancy. His research interest are policy analysis, agricultural markets and resource management.
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He is the Dean, School of Agriculture and Natural Resources and a senior lecturer in the Agricultural Economics and Resource Management at Moi University. He has served in university teaching, research, consultancy, agricultural extension and senior management positions for 28 years. He has worked as agricultural extension officer in ministry of agriculture in Kenya. He served as Managing Director of Horticultural Crops Development Authority (HCDA). He worked has as joint Secretary in the Interim Management Committee of the Kenya Agricultural and Livestock Research Organization (KALRO). He has published widely and supervised a number of undergraduate and postgraduate students.
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He is an Agricultural Economist and Senior Lecturer in the Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Nairobi, Kenya. He is an alumni of the Commonwealth Scholarship Commission (CSC) through which he earned his PhD in Agricultural Economics at the University of Newcastle Upon Tyne in the United Kingdom. David also has a Master of Science Degree in Agricultural Economics from the University of Nairobi and BSc Degree in Agricultural Economics from Egerton University, Kenya. He also attended a one-year postgraduate training in quantitative research methods and public policy analysis at the Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis (KIPPRA). His research interests include: Consumer Preference Analysis, Agricultural Marketing/Commercialization, Analysis of Land Leasing, Economics of Climate Change, Livelihood Diversification, Value Chain Analysis, Agribusiness Development, Participatory Research Methods and Policy Analysis.