Dr. Musingo Tito E. Mbuvi

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Dr. Musingo Tito E. Mbuvi

Deputy Director, Forest Research Support Services
E-mail : tmbuvi@kefri.org
Researcher ID : -
Designation : Deputy Director, Forest Research Support Services
Expertise : Participatory Forest Management and Environmental Science

Books

Book Chapter

Technical Notes /Protocols/Guidelines

Socio and Ecological status reports on the following forests and adjacent communities

  1. Arabuko Sokoke forest
  2. Kakamega forest reserave and Kakamega National forest reserve
  3. Lelan forest reserve
  4. Kaibichbich forest reserve
  5. South Marmanet forest reserve
  6. North Marmanet forest reserve
  7. Loita community forest
  8. Kereita forest reserve
  9. Nyamweru forest reserve
  10. Upper Imenti forest reserve
  11. Lower Imenti forest reserve
  12. Elgeyo Marakwet and Kessup Forests
  13. South Laikipia and Tanyai Forest Block
  14. Museve and Kabonge forest
  15. Nthangu forest

Policy Briefs

  1. Policy Brief on Making Participatory Forest Management work in Kenya

Experience

1990 to date: Kenya Forestry Research Institute

Adminstrative Responsibility

  • 2020 to date : Deputy Director Forestry Support Services
  • 2019 to Date : Head of Monitoring and Evaluation KEFRI
  • 2010 to 2018 : Regional Director Coast Eco Regional Research Project
  • 2009 to 2010 : Officer in Charge of Nyeri Forestry Research Sub Centre
  • 2007 to 2009 : Acting Centre Director Kitui Regional Research Centre
  • 2003 to 2007 : National Coordinator; Action Research into the Poverty Impacts of Participatory Forest Management Project
  • 2001 to 2003 : Acting Centre Director Gede Regional Research Centre
  • 1996 to 1998 : Officer-in-Charge Gede Forest Research Station
  • 1994 to 1995 : Acting Head Plants for Life programme

Qualification

1990 to date: Kenya Forestry Research Institute

Academic Qualifications

PhD Environmental Sciences, Kenyatta University (2019)

MSc Participatory Forest Management and Extension, University of Reading (1999)

BSc Botany and Zoology University of Nairobi (1989)

Key Competencies

  1. Participatory Forest Management and Forest planning
  2. Policy, legislation, regulations and guidelines development
  3. Decentralization and governance
  4. Socio economic surveys
  5. Livelihood studies.
  6. Ethno-botanical studies

Other Courses

  • 2020 : Mediation of Natural Resources Conflicts - University of Nairobi
  • 2019 : Result Based Monitoring and Evaluation – Kenya School of Government
  • 2014 : Performance Management Training - Kenya
  • 2011 : Strategic Leadership – The Kenya Institute of Management Centre
  • 2008 :a) Forest Management through Co-existence – Japan
    b) Environmental Impacts Assessment & Audit – Kenya School of Government
  • 2006 : Conflict Management - Kenya
  • 2005 : Improving Creativity in Work Place – Alemaya University Ethiopia
  • 2004 : a) Training of Trainers training in Participatory Forest Management – Tanzania
    b) Team Building – Kenya
  • 2003 : Collaborative Forest Management – Uganda
  • 2002 : Finance and Accounting for None finance managers – Kenya
  • 2001 : Developing and Writing research proposals – Kenya
  • 2000 : a) Preparing for Participatory Forest Management Natural Resources Institute, University of Greenwich b) Conflict Resolution/Communication/Handling of Effective Meeting Skills – Kenya
  • 1998 : Introduction to Participatory Rural Appraisal (PRA) – Kenya
  • 1997 : Methods of Biodiversity surveys, preparation, identification and maintenance of voucher specimens– Makerere University
  • 1995 : Training of Trainers (Also in 1990, 1993 and 2004) Egerton University – Kenya
  • 1993 : Scientific Writing and Dissemination of Research Results – KEFRI and University of Helsinki
  • 1992 : Field Measurement and Data Analysis – KEFRI and University of Helsinki
  • 1992 : CD – ROM Management and Technology – CAB International - Kenya
  • 1991 : Problem Analysis, Research Methodologies and Experimental design – KEFRI and University of Helsinki