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.
Dr. Chepchumba Chumo is a lecturer at the Department of Agricultural Economics & Resource Management at Moi University where she is among a strong working team of Lecturers and researchers who have steered the department from humble beginning to greater heights. Being in love with what happens around her and the believe that there’s no single approach/solution for all the Agricultural and Economic issues, Dr Chumo joined the academia from private sector in 2010 and she’s particularly interested in impact analysis, research in Agriculture, Trade, socio-Economics and lately linkages in Agriculture, food safety & Nutrition. Dr Chepchumba has a Ph.D. In Agricultural Economics from Moi University-Kenya, MSC In Agricultural Economics from Moi University, BSC in Agricultural Economics from Egerton University and Diploma in Project Management, agribusiness and post-harvest management from Galilee international management institute-Israel. Dr. Chepchumba is a recipient of numerous research grants and awards. She has published articles in several journals and has reviewed papers for many refereed journals. She has also presented contributed papers in various international, regional and national conferences and she is a member of various professional associations.
Dr. Evans L. Chimoita is an Agricultural Extension and Education expert and a Lecturer in the Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Nairobi, Kenya. Evans is an Alumni of University of Nairobi where he earned PhD in Agricultural Information and Communication Management. Evans also holds Master of Science degree in Agricultural Education and BSc, degree in Agricultural Education and Extension, Egerton University, Kenya. He has published and supervised both undergraduates and postgraduate students and engaged in consultancies and development of policy briefs under the mentorship of ILRI-AgriFose and Kenya Policy Briefs programmes. His research interests include; Agricultural Extension, Communication for innovations, rural development, participatory research methods, analysis of extension approaches including farmer research networks (FRN), FFS and farmers willingness to pay for extension services.
Contact: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Tel: +254 724 589 771
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.
Contact: email@example.com | Tel: +254 722 974 632
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.
Contact: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org / Tel: +254 722 339 726
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 analylist 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.