Dr. Peter Fuchaka Waswa

Country of current residence

Kenya

Current position

Senior Lecturer

Current institute employer

Kenyatta University

Since

2002

Skills

Soil scientist

Profession

Agricultural Engineer

Specialisation

Erosio, soil fertility

2004

Waswa, F., T.Kutsch and K.Muthengi.  2004.  Gender-Land Degradation-Livelihood Nexus. Lessons from Ndome and Ghazi in Taita Taveta, Kenya.  In: Temu et al (eds.): Rebuilding Africa’s Capacity for Agricultural Development. The Role of Tertiary Education. African Network for Agroforesty Education (ANAFE).  320-329. 

2002

Waswa, F., C.K.Gachene, and H.Eggers.  2002.  Assessment of Erosion Damage in Ndome and Ghazi, Taita Taveta, Kenya: Towards an integrated erosion management approach.  GeoJournal, 56 : 171-176 .
Waswa, F., H.Eggers and T.Kutsch.  2002.  Beyond Land Titling for Sustainable Management of Agricultural Land: Lessons from Ndome and Ghazi in Taita Taveta, Kenya.  Journal of Agriculture and Rural Development in the Tropics and Subtropics, Vol. 103, vol. 2 : 107-115 .

2000

Waswa, F., H.Eggers, T.Kutsch and C.K.K.Gachene.  2000.  Community Capacity Building as an Opportunity for Sustainable Land Management: lessons from Ndome and Ghazi in Taita-Taveta District, Kenya.  Journal of Agriculture in the Tropics and Subtropics, 101 : 181-189 .
Waswa, P. F.  2000.  Abiophysical Analysis of Erosion Damage in a semi-arid Agro-ecosystem in Kenya: Towards Sustainable Land Management.  Institute of Agricultural Water Resources and Land Improvement, Heft 10. University of Bonn, Germany.

1998

Waswa, P.  1998.  Abiophysical Analysis of Erosion Damage in a semi-arid Agro-ecosystem in Kenya: Towards Sustainable Land Management.  Thesis at  ZEF. 

Additionals, Curriculum Vitae
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Doctoral research funded by

DAAD/GTZ

Former Junior Researcher

Former Department:
ZEF C: Department of Ecology and Natural Resources Management