Publication from scholar Kevin Obiero in "Bulletin of Animal Health and Production in Africa"

Kevin Obiero
This journal's special Edition is focused on Fisheries and Aquaculture Resources. Kevin Obiero together with colleagues from Austria and Africa published an article on knowledge management and investing in human capacity development that can be accessed online.

The AU-IBAR Animal Health and Production Bulletin is a quarterly journal of original articles and abstracts on animal health and animal productions in Africa in English and French.

To view the full publication, please move to the following page: The Bulletin of Animal Health and Production in Africa (BAHPA) Special Edition 2016 - Fisheries and Aquaculture Resources.

Obiero, K.O., Waidbacher, H., Drexler S., Winkler G., Manyala, J.O., Njiru, J.M. and Kaunda-Arara, B. (2016). Knowledge Management and Investing in Human Capacity Development for Aquacultural Education and Training in Africa. Bulletin of Animal Health and Production in Africa (2016), 167-183. ISSN 0378-9721

Kevin Obiero is in possession of a M.Sc. Degree in Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences from Moi University (currently University of Eldoret) specialising in Aquatic Sciences and Aquaculture. He is currently pursuing his PhD studies at BOKU University, focusing on the role of extension systems in innovating aquaculture in Kenya, within the framework of the STRECAFISH project. Prior to starting his PhD research, Kevin was working as a research scientist at Kenya Marine and Fisheries Research Institute (KMFRI), based at Sangoro Aquaculture Research Station, where he is in charge of research programmes. To upgrade his skills and professional experience, Kevin has attended several short courses and training programmes at international level including; Agriculture in Transition at Wageningen University, Fish Base and Fish Taxonomy Training at Royal Museum of Central Africa, Belgium, and Scientific Academic Exchange Programme at Nagasaki University, Japan.