Qualification :PhD(Community Resource Management)
Position
: Lecturer
Department: Population, Reproductive Health and Community Resource Management 
Contact: P.O. Box 43844-00100 Nairobi
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Education

Doctor of Philosophy (Community Resource Management), Kenyatta University, (2013-2016)

Master of Science (Community Resource Management), Kenyatta University, (2008-2011)

Environmental Impact Assessment and Audit, Nazarene University, (2012)

Bachelor of Science (Family and Consumer Science) Kenyatta University, (2004-2008)

Publications

  • Njuguna, C., Kigaru, D., & Kamande, P. (2020). Food Safety, From Farm to Fork: Emerging and Re-emerging Issues. In Kiio, J. & Njuguna, C. (Eds.). Understanding the Livelihood Challenges of Food Vendors in Three Markets in Selected Informal Settlements in Nairobi County. A Crisis or Opportunity? (pp 16-26). https://www.cambridgescholars.com/food-safety-from-farm-to-fork
  • Kigaru, D., Njuguna, C., & Kamande, P. (2020). Food Safety, From Farm to Fork: Emerging and Re-emerging Issues. In Kiio, J. & Njuguna, C. (Eds.). Food Safety Related Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices Among Food Marketers and Traders in Nairobi City’s Informal Settlements Kenya (pp 27-40). https://www.cambridgescholars.com/food-safety-from-farm-to-fork
  • Njuguna, C., Gikandi, J., Ogola, L., & Muriithi, J. (2020). Social Media as a Battleground for Electoral Violence among Netizens in Africa: The Case of Kenyan Youth. East African Journal of Arts and Social Sciences, 2(1), 104-115. https://doi.org/10.37284/eajass.2.1.209
  • Ngige, L., & Njuguna, C. (2020). Impact of Public, Private and Non-Governmental Organisations’ Financial Interventions on Youth Livelihood Outcomes in Kenya. East African Journal of Arts and Social Sciences, 2(1), 73-86. https://doi.org/10.37284/eajass.2.1.204
  • Njuguna, C., & Ngige, L. (2020). Family Characteristics as Predictors of Youth Livelihood Outcomes in Kenya. East African Journal of Arts and Social Sciences, 2(1), 48-59. https://doi.org/10.37284/eajass.2.1.191

Conference & Workshop Presentations

  • International Food Safety Conference. “Food and Nutrition Safety from Farm to Fork: A Missing Link in Consumer Health and Food Security.” Kenyatta University on May 20th to 24th 2019.
  • DAAD Young Scholars in Africa – Challenges and Opportunities Conference. March 1st -3rd, 2019, Nairobi, Kenya.
  • One Health Alumni Workshop held at Pwani University, Kilifi Kenya on 17th -19th December 2018.
  • 5th Humboldt Kolleg International Conference. “The Role of Alumni Networks in Mentorship and Collaboration in Multidisciplinary Research: Foundation for Kenyas’s Vision 2030.” 19th -21st June 2018, Nanyuki, Kenya.
  • International DAAD Alumni Expert Seminar on Enhancing Water Security and Adaptive Capacities in Vulnerable Catchments in Mbale Uganda, 14th to 22nd August 2017.
  • International Conference on Higher Education. “University Industry Linkages: Identifying and Synergizing Opportunities for Quality Higher Education.” Meru University of Science and Technology: Main Campus. 4th -6th October 2017.
  • ISO 9001: 2015, Quality Management Systems (QMS) standard training by Kenyatta University on 14th September 2016
  • Njuguna, C., and Njoroge, J. W. (2013). Impact of Devolved Funds on youth with disability in Kenya – Case study of Homabay, Kiambu and Mombasa counties. Nairobi: Action Network for the Disabled, Nairobi.
  • Njuguna, C., and Njoroge, J. W. (2013). Framework for Cooperation between five youth resource centers, government youth office and Kamukunji Constituency Network. Nairobi: Kenya Transition Initiatives (USAID).

 

 

 

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