Maseno University

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Name: Prof. Harun Ogindo                                                                 
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Department: Department of Applied Plant Sciences
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Address: School of Agriculture and Food Security
Department of Applied Plant Sciences
P.O. Box 333, Maseno, Kenya
Qualification:
  • BSc (Agric. UON)
  • MSc (Land & Water Mgt, Cranfield, UK)
  • PhD (Agromet, UOFS, Republic of South Africa)
Ongoing Research: 1. Adaptation to climate change in arid and semi arid pastoral areas of Northern Kenya
2. Water Use and WaterBalance of Cropping Systems: Upland Rice Production in Western Kenya

Publications:

 

  1. GEORGE GODWIN WAGAH, NELSON OBANGE & HARUN OKELLO OGINDO, 2018. Food Poverty in Kisumu, Kenya, Kenya. In: Jane Battersby and Vanessa Watson; Urban Food Systems Governance and Poverty in African Cities, pp. 223. Routledge Studies in Food, Society and Environment, 2 Park Square, Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon OX14 4RN.
  2. PAUL OTIENO OPIYO & HARUN OKELLO OGINDO, 2018. The characteristics of urban food system in Kisumu, Kenya. In: Jane Battersby and Vanessa Watson; Urban Food Systems Governance and Poverty in African Cities, pp. 182. Routledge Studies in Food, Society and Environment, 2 Park Square, Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon OX14 4RN.
  3. JOYCE A.OBUOYO, CHARLES O.OCHOLA & HARUN OGINDO. 2016. Livestock for Household Food Security- A Case Study of Small Scale Mixed Farmers in Semi-Arid Nyakach, Kenya. International Journal of Livestock Research.Vol. 6 (1): 57-67.  DOI 10.5455/ijlr.20151129022328
  4. GEORGEO. K’OTUTO, DENNIS. O. OTIENO, JOHN C.ONYANGO & HARUN O. OGINDO. 2014, Seasonal dynamics in carbon dioxide fluxes of the herbaceous layer of a moist Kenyan Savanna. Applied Ecology and Environmental Research, 12(1):63-82.
  5. G.0.K’OTUTO, D.O.OTIENO, B.SEO, H.O. OGINDO & J.C. ONYANGO. 2013, Carbon dioxide exchange and biomass productivity of the herbaceous layer of a managed tropical humid savanna ecosystem in western Kenya. Journal of Ecology vol.6, No.4: 286-297.