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Moses Kathuri Njeru

Moses Kathuri Njeru

Lecturer

Email: mkathuri@chuka.ac.ke

Faculty of Agriculture & Environmental Studies

Department of Environmental Studies & Resources Development

Biography

Teaching

Outputs

Research/PhD

FIELD OF SPECIALIZATION
Sustainable Agroecosystems
Environmental Management
WORK EXPERIENCE
Oct 2017 – date: Lecturer, Environmental Sciences
May 2012-Oct 2017: Assistant Lecturer, Environmental Sciences
May 2013 to Nov 2016: Coordinator, Chuka University, Embu Campus
Sept 2009-April 2012: Senior Administrative Assistant, Graduate School-Chuka University
Feb 2007 to Aug 2009: Extension Officer-Greenbelt Movement, Embu County
June 2005 to Jan 2007: Tutor, Kenya Institute of Organic Farming
May 2003 to May 2005: Teacher of Biology & Chemistry, St. Christopher Mixed Day Sec Sch, Embu
EDUCATION
Ph.D.: Environmental Science, Chuka University
Master of Environmental Planning & Management, 2010, University of Nairobi
B.Sc in Environmental Science, 2004, Egerton University

SCHOLALRLY PUBLICATIONS
1) Njeru, M. K. & Nyaga, E. I. (2019). Contribution of Avocadoes towards Food Security in Evurore Division Embu County, Kenya. International Journal of Agriculture and Environmental Research, Vol 04, Issue:03
2) Njeru, M. K., (2017). Pesticides’ Use and their Management Practices among Farmers in Mutarakwa Division of Bomet County, Kenya. International Journal of Agriculture and Environmental Research, Vol: 03, Issue:03
3) Njeru, M. K., (2016). Factors Influencing Adoption of Organic Farming among Farmers in Nembure Division, Embu County, Kenya. American International Journal of Contemporary Research, Vol. 6, No. 4
4) Njeru, M. K. (2015). Challenges and Benefits of Organic Farming among Farmers in Nembure Division, Embu County. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science Vol. 5, No. 12
5) Karanja S. N, Mwangi S. W, Kibet N., Njeru M. K. (2013). Influence of Informal Solid Waste Management on Livelihoods of Urban Solid Waste Collectors: A Case Study of Nakuru Municipality, Kenya. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science, Vol 3. No.13
6) Karanja S. N, Kibet K., Njeru, M. K & Mwenda E.E (2013). Rethinking the Street Children Phenomena: An Evaluation of Losses Gains and Anticipation: the Case of Nakuru Municipality, Kenya. American International Journal of Contemporary Research Vol. 3 No. 1; January 2013

RESEARCH INTERESTS
Interphase of Agriculture and Environment
Environmental Conservation

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