Mbuvi, M. T. E., Musyoki, J. K ., & Ndalilo, L. A. (2020). Forest Management Teams, a Citizenship
Paradigm Analysis through Influence and Importance Factors; Experience from Arabuko Sokoke Forest,
Kenya. Open Journal of Forestry, 2020, 10, 81-109 https://www.scirp.org/journal/ojf ISSN Online:
2163-0437 ISSN Print: 2163-0429.
Musyoki, J.K ., Wachira, N., Mwitari, P.C., Tolo, F.M., Kuria, J.M., Adipo, N., Mutuku, C.N. and
Mutunga, J.N. (2017). Use of Maerua Decumbens as a Natural Coagulant for Water Purification in the Dry
Lands of Kenya. International Journal of Sciences, Volume 6, pp1-6
Maluki, J.M., Kimiti, J.M., Nguluu, S. and Musyoki, J.K. (2016). Adoption levels of agroforestry
tree types and practices by small holders in the semi-arid areas of Kenya: A case of Makueni County.
Journal of Agricultural Extension and Rural Development Vol 8(9) pp187-196 September 2016. http://www.academicjournals.org/JAERD
Musyoki, J. K ., Mugwe, J., Mutundu, K. and Muchiri, M. (2016).Factors influencing level of
participation of Community Forest Associations in management of forests in Kenya. Journal of
Sustainable Forestry Volume 35, 2016 Issue 3 pp 205-216, March 2016. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10549811.2016.1142454
Musyoki, J. K ., Mugwe, J., Mutundu, K. and Muchiri, M. (2013). Determinants of household decision
to join Community Forest Associations: A case study of Kenya. ISRN Forestry, Volume 2013, Article ID
902325, 10 pp. http://dx.dorg/10.1155/2013/90325
Luvanda A.M., Musyoki J., Wekesa L. and Ozawa M. (2015). An assessment of the socio-economic
importance of Melia volkensii based enterprises in Kenya. A book published by KEFRI/JICA Project,
Musingo, T. Mbuvi, Josephine K. Musyoki and Paul. O. Ongugo (2014). The Impact of Participatory
Forest Management on Forest Management and Community Livelihoods under Traditional Community Based
Forest Managemement: The case of Loita (Naimina-Enkiyio) Forests, Narok County, Kenya. a book
published by Lambert Academic Publishing.
Technical Notes /Protocols/Guidelines
An Extension guideline for farmers on Establishment, management and utilization of Moringa
oleifera. (Review of the guideline underway).
Mwamburi A. and Musyoki, J.K. (2010). A guideline for increasing tree survival in the dry lands.
October 2020 up to date
: Appointed as Deputy Regional Director for Dry Land Eco-region Research Programme charged with the
responsibility of supervising implementation of research in dry land forestry in the region.
July 2014 to September 2020
: Appointed officially asAssistant Regional Director for Kibwezi Sub Centre (Kenya Forestry Research
Institute) and working as a Senior Research Officer under the Dry land Eco-region Programme, KEFRI.
February 2014 to July 2014
: Senior Research Officer Acting asOfficer In-charge –Kibwezi KEFRI Sub Centre
November 2012 to February 2014
: Research Officer Acting as Officer In-charge –Kibwezi KEFRI Sub Centre
April 2004 up to October 2012
: Research Officer, Kitui Regional Research Centre, Kenya Forestry Research Institute. Undertaking
research on indigenous knowledge on species used as sources of dyes and Tannins in Kitui and Garissa
District and Socio-economic studies under Miti Mingi Maisha Bora Project
November 2002 to March 2004
: Assistant Research Officer, Kitui Regional Research Centre, Kenya Forestry Research Institute
involved in establishing and managing mulching trials of the INRMU (Integrated Natural Resource
Management in Ukambani) Project in Machakos and Kitui Counties.
Nov. 1997-Oct. 2002
: Forestry Extension and Information officer in Social Forestry extension Model Development Project
implemented collaboratively by KEFRI, Forest Department (currently Kenya Forest Service) and JICA.
March 1996 to Nov. 1997
: Joined KEFRI on 1st March 1996: Assistant Research Officer, KEFRI working as a Training officer in
Social Forestry Project Training Project Phase II funded by JICA involved in actual planning and
implementing training for farmers, extension agents and other grass root level stakeholders on forest
tree planting and management.
August 1995 -March 1996
: Technical Assistant to JICA team leader-vegetative propagation and establishment of tree species
October 2012 to September 2020
: Officer In-charge/Assistant Regional Director in Kibwezi Sub Centre
October 2020 up to date
: Deputy Regional Director, Dry land Ecoregion Research Programme, Kitui.
May 2016 to date
: Undertaking Doctor of Philosophy (Environmental Studies & Community Development) in Kenyatta
: Masters in Environmental studies and Community Development in Kenyatta University by Course work and
: Moi University, B.Sc. Degree in Forestry, Second Class Honors Upper division
: Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education, Mutonguni Secondary School, Grade B.
Socio-economic studies related to indigenous use and distribution of various forest products
Forestry extension/information dissemination and training: This includes practical community
training on propagation of bamboo, Melia volkensii and other tree species
Participatory Forest management research
Use of SPSS for data analysis
Establishment and management of research trials
Jan to Feb 2020 : Senior
Management Course (Kenya School of Government, Kabete)
November 2014 : Performance
Management Training organized by KEFRI and Career Route
September 2014 : Training
workshop for professionals on Rapid carbon Stock appraisal organized by African Forest Forum (AFF),
KEFRI, Kitui, Kenya.
June 2013 : Breeding Theory
May 2013 : Resource Use
Conflict Management Course, CETRAD, Nanyuki, Kenya
April to June 2012 : Training
on Bamboo Propagation, utilization and management, China.
Mar 2012 : Training on
Marketing Analysis and Market Development Supported by Miti Mingi Maisha Bora Programme,
Feb 2012 : Extension material
Preparation, Muguga, Nairobi.
Sept 2009 : International
Forestry Resources and Institutions Regional Training, Muguga, Kenya.
Dec. 2002 : Plant improvement
(grafting) held at Kibwezi, Kenya.
Nov-Dec. 2000 : Use of Photo
shop and Page maker for Publication organized by Winrock International held at Kitui KEFRI Centre,
Aug.–Oct. 2000 : Joint
training course on social forestry in Japan organized by Japan International Cooperation Agency
Sept. 2000 : Basic computer
training course (Microsoft windows and Microsoft office) organized by Tsukuba International Academy in
Conjunction with JICA, Japan.
July 1999 : Computer training
Course on Microsoft word 97, Microsoft Excel 97 and Windows 98 Disk operating System.
Feb. 1998 : Socio-economic
survey training held at Kitui Regional research Centre.
July 1997 : Training of
Trainers course conducted by Kenya/Japan Social Forestry Training Project, Muguga, Kenya.
Feb. - Mar 1997 : First
regional refresher course for Alumni of IAC-International course on the design of community forestry
held at Muguga, Kenya.
17- 27 Nov. 1996 : Training
workshop on how to grow and use Azadirachta indica (A. Juss) held at ICIPE’s Mbita point field station