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African Drylands Institute for Sustainability
College of Agriculture and Veterinary Science
University of Nairobi
P.O. Box 29053 00625
Nairobi , Kenya

Email:adis@uonbi.ac.ke /csdes@uonbi.ac.ke
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GOVSEA SPONSORED STUDENT

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Date and time: 
Wed, 2017-05-17 13:49
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ADIS

Philemon O. Ng’asike is a Kenyan. He holds a Master’s Degree in Sustainable Energy and Environment from Cardiff University Wales UK, and a Bachelor of Science in Management of Agro-Ecosystems and Environment from The University of Nairobi (UoN). Mr. Philemon worked for Oxfam International as a Field Officer and served as a Legislative Clerk under the devolved Kenyan Government, Turkana County Assembly. Also, he has served as a Research Assistant for Kenya National Bureau of Statistics (KNBS), Anti-Counterfeit Agency (ACA), Lodwar Urban Planning (Local Government), African Drylands Institute for Sustainability (ADIS/UoN) AVCD Project, and as an Academic Researcher for Oil and Gas under SIEMENS-UK. He also worked as a Home-fundraiser under Macmillan and Cancer Research program in Cardiff city. Mr. Philemon served in leadership roles including as a supervisor for the Kenya National Headcount, a Presiding Officer for Interim Independent Boundary Commission (IIBC), Kenya and Polio Monitor for WHO Emergency Exercise in Turkana County. He taught at Lodwar High School (Physics and Mathematics) before training communities under Turkana Pastoral Organization (TUPADO/SNV), Oxfam GB PRRO program, UNICEF DRR program, and Kitale farmers under NEMA/DEO office in Trans-Nzoia County. Mr. Philemon is currently an Assistant Lecturer at UoN and a Ph.D. student for Drylands Resource Management in the African Drylands Institute for Sustainability (ADIS), the University of Nairobi under Governing Economic Hubs and Flows in Somali East Africa (GOVSEA) research programme. His research focus is governance on trade and state formation under conditions of limited statehood: The case of governance on Livestock trade in Somalia - Kenya corridor. His study will contribute to the research on trade-governance nexus for state formation.

Cell phone: +254724672871, Email: ongasike@gmail.com

Expiry Date: 
Wed, 2017-05-31 13:49
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Prof Njoka

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