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  • Raphael Ebanda is a PhD candidate at the University of Nairobi where he gives lectures and tutorials as a Tutorial Fellow on Environmental Management. He is conducting ethnographic researches within the indigenous communities living in East and Cent...More

EXPERIENCE

  • ESPAF
    • Research & Development
    • Volunteer
    • December 2017 to Present

    3) ‘Sustainable Development of the Turkana at Kakuma, North-West Kenya’: Assisting the local communities in achieving food subsistence autonomy through vegetable farming

  • University of Nairobi
    • Department of Plant Science and Crop Protection
    • Tutorial Fellow
    • October 2015 to December 2018

    1) Teach Principles of Environmental Management and Protection to Undergraduate & Postgraduate students. The lectures and tutorials include Environmental Awareness and Education, Environmental Degradation, Environmental Protection and Conservation, Environmental Impact Assessment, Environmental Audit Assessment, Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation, Wastes Management, Poverty and Food Insecurity, Sustainable Development Goals, and Culture & Environment 2) Teach Communication Skills to Diploma Students. The lectures and tutorials include Communication Process, Natural Sciences and Social Sciences, Scientific Information, Presentation Methods, Language Skills, Public Speaking, Preparation of Technical Reports, Negotiation Skills and Methods, Kenya Vision 2030 and SDGs, and Environmental Concerns.

  • Baptist Mission
    • Community Mobilization
    • Volunteer
    • February 2007 to June 2009

    1) Built socio-cultural strategies to promote a sustainable environment in the urban areas of Cameroon – working in hand to hand with the local population. 2) Studied the effects of the local people’s cultural attitudes and behaviour on the environment. 3) Introduced fruits from South America into the Central African region. 4) Studied the quality of soil, the level of soil degradation, and ways to ensure soil fertility in the urban and rural areas of Cameroon.

EDUCATION

  • University of Nairobi
    • PhD Agricultural Resource Management
    • October 2015 to September 2019

    Thesis: Socio-Cultural Practices on Environmental Sustainability: A Case of the Sub-Saharan Africa

  • Daystar University
    • MBA - Strategic Management
    • January 2013 to June 2015

    Thesis: Assessment of Cross-Cultural Strategies Adopted by Multinational Organisations to Manage Cross-Cultural Issues: A Case of the Sub-Saharan Africa

  • Daystar University
    • Bachelor of Commerce - Business Administration & Management
    • August 2009 to July 2012

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