Kenya Aquatica

KCSAP Project

Patrick Otuo Wanguche
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Patrick Otuo Wanguche

He is an early career socioeconomics assistant research scientist who focuses on science, technology, innovation, and entrepreneurship to address societal needs. He is involved in development of interdisciplinary and demand driven research proposal in priority areas such as; sustainable fisheries, environmental management and community appraisal. He is a co- founder of Kenya Lake Debris Volunteer Program, an initiative committed towards identifying issues and solving problems resulting from lake debris through research and community sensitization in order to conserve and protect our lakes from the adverse impacts of lake litter.

Kisumu
Fresh Water Systems
He is an early career socioeconomics assistant research scientist who focuses on science, technology, innovation, and entrepreneurship to address societal needs.
•Environmental and Resource Economics •Gender Studies •Sustainable fisheries and aquaculture •Climate Change •Efficiency and productivity analysis •Impact assessment studies.
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Bachelor of Science (Environmental Science with IT) Maseno University.

SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS

  1. Journals

1 Harriet Okronipa, Elizabeth R. Bageant; Lia Mojica; Horace Owiti; Patrick Otuo; Julia Akinyi; Pamela Olela; Jane Ochieng ; Christopher Aura; Kathryn Fiorella Household Food Insecurity and dietary Diversity Among  Kenyan Households during the Covid 19 pandemic.

2.Kathryn Fiorella, Elizabeth R. Bageant; Lia Mojica; Julia A. Obuya; Jane Ochieng; Pamela Olela; Patrick Wanguche Otuo; Horace Owiti Onyango; Christopher Aura; Harriet Okronipa, 2020. Small-scale fishing households facing COVID-19: the case of Lake Victoria, Kenya. Fisheries Research.

  1. Onyango, H.O., Ochiewo, J., Mulanda, C.A., Sunil, S.S., Kayanda, R., Otuo, P.W., Obuya, J.A. and Njru, J.M., 2021. The Lost Coin: Redefining the Economic and Financial Impact of Small-Scale Fisheries, the Case of Lake Victoria, Kenya. Social Sciences & Humanities Open. https://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3800868

 

  1. Abstracts

Wanguche Otuo Patrick, Aura Christopher Mulanda, Nyamweya Chrispine, Owiti Horace Onyango, Gichuru Nicholas, Olela Pamela and Oburu Jane (2021). Assessment of the Socio-Economic Effects of Illegal Fishing on Lake Victoria Fisheries, Kenya. Wetlands conference- University of Eldoret, Kenya.

 

Associations:

1) Western Indian Ocean Marine Science Association (WIOMSA);

2) Socioeconomics working group - Lake Victoria Fisheries Organization (LVFO);

4)  Maseno University Environmental Science Association (MUESA) - Alumni