kainokiplamai Position: Lecturer and ChairPerson Department of Recreation Management and Exercise Science
Department:Department of Recreation Management and Exercise Science
Area of Specialization: Exercise Science &Nutrition
Contact Address: P.O Box 16360, 00100 Nairobi +254-020-810901 ext 3564.
Telephone: +254 722-310973
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CONSULTANCIES IN SURVEYS AND DATA ANALYSIS
International Consultancies:

  • WORLD VISION RWANDA-  Mubuga ADP Baseline Assessment  (Education,  Child Health, Nutrition, Water and Sanitation) August 2012 - October 2012:  Principal Investigator and Biostatistician
  • WORLD VISION RWANDA-  -  Umucyo ADP Baseline Assessment  (Education,  Child Health, Nutrition, Water and Sanitation)August 2012 - October 2012:  Principal Investigator and Biostatistician
  • WORLD VISION RWANDA-  Child Health Now Baseline Assessment  (Maternal Health, Neonatal Health, Child Health, Nutrition, Water and Sanitation)March 2012 - April 2012:  Principal Investigator and Biostatistician

National Consultancies:

  • GOK and MI (2015): Large Country Lot Quality Assurance Survey (LC-LQAS) for the VAS coverage, IFAS utilization and use of zinc and ORS for the treatment of diarrhoea in kenya. Co-Investigator and statistician
  • MEDAIR (2015) Knowledge, Practices And Coverage (Kpc) For Health And Nutrition Program In South Central Somalia : April-July 2015: Statistician
  • GOK and MI (2015). Community based Maternal and Neonatal Health (CBMNH) Survey at Kakamega County. Co-investigator and Statistician
  • GOK and MI (2014): Large Country Lot Quality Assurance Survey (LC-LQAS) for the VAS coverage, IFAS utilization and use of zinc and ORS for the treatment of diarrhoea in kenya. Co-Investigator and statistician
  • GOK and MI (2013): Baseline Knowledge, Attitude and Practices Survey of Vitamin A and Iron and Folic Acid Supplementation in Kenya: March 2013 – Sept 2013: Co-Investigator and statistician
  • WORLD VISION KENYA- East Pokot and Baringo Nov to Dec 2011:  Assistant consultant and Biostatistician for the 2011 Nutrition, WASH and Food Security Survey
  • MERLIN INTERNATIONAL - KENYA - Turkana: June to July 2011:  Assistant consultant and Biostatistician for the 2011 Nutrition, WASH and Food Security Survey
  • IRC Kakuma refugee camp (NOV 2010) - Consultant statistician for the Second 2010 Nutrition, WASH and Food Security Survey
  • GTZ KENYA-Daadab refugee camp (AUG 2010) - Consultant statistician for the 2010 Nutrition, WASH and Food Security Survey
  • IRC Kakuma refugee camp (APRIL 2010) - Consultant statistician for the First 2010 Nutrition, WASH and Food Security Survey
  • IRC - 2011: Determination of the factors that affect the uptake of contraceptives in Kakuma Refugee camp.  - Consultant statistician
  • WORLD VISION KENYA- Samburu and Baringo; Nutrition and Food Security Survey: March to May 2009. Assistant consultant and Biostatistician
  • WORLD VISION KENYA- West Pokot; Nutrition, WASH and Food Security survey: Aug - Nov 2009: Assistant consultant and Biostatistician
  • GTZ - Daadab Nutrition Survey (July to August 2009) Assistant consultant and Biostatistician
  • VSF Germany - Nutritional Status analysis (December 2009) Biostatistician
  • WORLD VISION KENYA-  Nutrition Survey, Kajiado district(2007) Assistant consultant and Biostatistician
  • VICRES - Food consumption patterns, nutrient intakes, nutrition and food security status of adult men and the elderly in wetlands of lake Victoria basin (2006 - 2008) Biostatistician
  • KEMRI - Type II Diabetes project (2005 - 2006) Co-researcher and Biostatistician
  • IPGRI - Consumption Of African Traditional Foods Among Major Ethnic Groups In Urban And Peri-Urban Nairobi (2007) Assistant consultant and Biostatistician
  • ILRI - Avian Influenza project (2006) Co-researcher and Biostatistician
  • FKE - Sony Sugar HIV Awareness survey (2007 - 2008) Biostatistician
  • 2008 - 2011: Several PhD and Masters Students' Data handling consultancies.

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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