Research Reports

  • 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

  • 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.

News and Events

35th and 36th Graduation Ceremonies

The School has also realized an increase in the number of graduands of Master of Science candidates. During the 35th and 36th graduation ceremonies, a total of 13 candidates graduated.

35th Graduation Ceremony

The School of Applied Human Sciences graduated three (3) PhD candidates during the 35th Graduation Ceremony held on 20th December, 2013, and another four (4) during the 36th Graduation Ceremony.

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