Research Reports

  • Waudo J.  (2016).  A report of Elefans project on E-learning in Nutrition and Food Security in higher Institutions in Eastern Africa

  • Waudo J. ET AL 2015: Final Report on Food Loss Assessment of Potatoes, Cougettes and Avacado in Kenya, A report Presented to SNV Country Office.
  • Waudo J. Et al 2012: On Action Review Report submitted to Unicef Kenya Country Office.
  • Waudo J. 2013: Audit Report on HENNA Programme submitted Secretariat in German.
  • Waudo J. Et al 2010.  Sero Prevalence of HIV/AIDs among University students in Kenya:  I.U.C.E.A. Project.
  • Waudo J. et al 2007.Food Consumption and Nutritional Status of Adult men and Elderly Women in Lake Victoria Basin.  A Vicres Report.
  • Waudo J. Sleyn N. P. Nel J et al (2006).Dietary intake of adult women in South Africa and Nigeria with a focus on the use of Spreads.  A Research Report.
  • Waudo J. et at (2005):  Food Consumption Patterns and Nutritional Status of Women, Pre school Children, Adult men and Elderly persons in the Lake Victoria Basin.  A Vicres Research Report.
  • 2002: Waudo N. Judith Gaseitsire B.M. and Chawanje C:  Food Security from a woman’s and Child’s Human rights perspective.  CD for Undergraduate students in Nutrition and Medicine.  
  • Waudo et al (2000)  Cascade strategies leading to learning Organizations  as a basis for the Measurement of Impact: Implementing Primary School   A  Research report for Ministry of Education, Kenya.
  • Waudo J. and Juma M. (2000)  An inquiry into the Headteachers Support Groups (HTSGS) within The PRISM Project, Kenya.
  • Mwirotsi M., Waudo J.and Herriot A (2000)  A report on the qualitative analysis of twenty four schools in Kenya. Ministry of Education, Science  and Technology, Nairobi.
  • Waudo, J. and Juma M. (1999).  PRISM Follow up study, Impact Study MOE&HRD/DFID Project.
  • Waudo, J. (1998):PRISM Analysis of Kenyan Primary School Action plans. A Research Report MOE&HRD/DFID, funded project.
  • Waudo, J. (1998):  SPRED II Special Studies Report on Parental Attitudes and Cost of Schooling in Primary Education, Kenya MOE&HRD/DFID project.
  • Waudo, J. et al (1998):PRISM Impact Research Report MOE&HRD/DFID funded project.
  • Waudo, J. and Juma M. (1998): PRISM School/Community Studies.Ministry of Education/DFID. Kenya, A Research Report.
  • Waudo, J. and Juma M. (1997):  A Handbook of Qualitative Research MOE, Nairobi, Kenya.
  • Waudo, J. et al. (1997):  PRISM Baseline. A Research Report of the Ministry of Education, Nairobi, Kenya.  
  • Waudo, J. (1995): Gender Perspectives on Food Security an Management of Environmental Health in Nairobi.  A Research Report.
  • Waudo, J. et. al. (1995): SPRED I: Strengthening of Education Enrolment in Primary Schools in Kenya.   A Research.    Report for MOE/ODA.
  • Waudo, J.N. (1993):      A study of the Mothers' Understanding and Use in Pre-Urban Areas, A Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Alberta,Edmonton, Canada.

Project/Research Grants

  • Capacity Building for Women and Girls for Life Long Learning in Kenya. Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Grant
  • Development of Food Based Guidelines. Vicres Sponsored Project. 1 year project. Project collaborators are Egerton University, Makerere University and Sokoine University of Tanzania, Department of Foods and Nutrition. Project value US$ 42,412.
  • Kenyan International Development Study on Nutrition and Physical Activity (KIDS – CAN) 1 year project. Project collaborators are children’s Hospital of Ontario, University of British Columbia, Canada. Projects value $ 25,000 planning phase, Equipment $ 30,000.
  • Baseline study on HIV/AIDS in Kenya Universities. Sponsored by Inter University Council of East Africa. 1 year project collaborators, Amref Project value US$ 93,000.
  • Elfans Capacity Building Project in Food and Nutrition Security in East African Countries EUR 489,791.00.

Conferences And Workshops Attended

  • Waudo. J. Soft Skills in the promotion of Academic Mobility, a paper presented to members of Food, Nutrition and Dietetics staff, Kenyatta University, 14th January 2020.

  • Waudo, J. Food Security and Food Safety in Kenya: The role of Universities, a presentation at the International Food Safety Conference, Kenyatta University. 20-24th May 2019.

  • Waudo J: School Related factors affecting Academic Performance and Strategies to improve Academic Initia: Case of Navakholo Sub, County, A paper presented to Principals of Secondary Schools, Great Lakes Hotel, Kisumu, Kenya. 24th February 2019.

  • 2017: Pre-Game International Symposium “ Enhancing Youth Sports for Good Health and Well-Being Kenyatta University Conference Centre, Nairobi, Kenya.
  • 2016: Final Edulink elefans workshop on implementation and sustainability measures of developed modules, databases and courses,  Kenyatta Conference Centre, Kenyatta University, Kenya
  • 2016: 2nd International Conference on Physical Activity and Sports for Health and Development in Africa, Kenyatta University, Nairobi, Kenya, 21st-23rd September.
  • 2016: ISO Certification Awareness Seminar at Kenyatta University, Nairobi, Kenya, 15th September.
  • 2016: 2nd Elefans E-Learning Training Kenyatta University, Kenya ,22-24th August.
  • 2016: Basic Education Curriculum Framework Workshop, Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development, 7th September.
  • 2016: Launch of Global Nutrition Report. Theme: From Promise to Impact-Ending Malnutrition by 2030, Safari Park Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya, 14th of June.
  • 2015: Presenation of Final Report on Food Losses at SNV Headquarters, Nairobi, Kenya, November
  • 2015: HortIMPACT Training of measurement of  post-harvest food losses. SNV Headquarters, Ngong Road, Nairobi, Kenya. May 22-29.
  • 2014: Edulink Elefans E-Learning Training Workshop in Nutrition and Food Security in Hiher Learning Institutions in East Africa, at Kenyatta University, Kenya. September 8th-12th.
  • 2014: Edulink Elfans- Elearning Capacity Building in Foods, Nutrition and Dietetics.  Kick off Workshop, University of Hawassa, Ethiopia, March 4th 2014.
  • 2014: International Nutrition Conference, North Coast Hotel, Kilifi, Kenya. March 10-14 2014
  • 2012: Food safety standards international conference, Inter- continental Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya.
  • 2013: Training on Smart Board use by members of Academic Staff at Kenyatta University.

Affiliation to Professional Bodies

  • Member of information in the advancement of Nutrition in Africa (ITANA) Chairperson local chapter.
  • Member of Kenya Nutritionists and Dietecian Institute
  • Executive member of Home Economics Association for Africa.
  • Member of Child Welfare Society of Kenya.
  • Council member, Information Technology for Advancement of Nutrition in Africa.
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