Elijah Kembenya

Elijah Kembenya

Mr. Elijah Kembenya, a top researcher at KMFRI, is based in Kegati Station, Aquaculture Division, and specialises in Fish Ecology and Seed Production. He holds a BSc in Fisheries and Aquatic Science from Moi University (Kenya), an MSc in Limnology from Kisii University (Kenya), and is currently pursuing a PhD in Fisheries from Kisii University. Mr. Kembeya is currently studying life history strategy patterns of selected fish species in Kuja-Migori River

KMFRI Kegati Aquaculture Research Centre
Fish ecology and seed production

PhD Fisheries (on going)
MSc Limnology
BSc Fisheries and Aquatic Science

Elijah M. Kembenya, Helen S. Marcial, Nicholas O. Outa, Yoshitaka Sakakura and Atsushi Hagiwara, Captive Breeding of Threatened African Carp, Labeo victorianus, of Lake Victoria. Journal of the World Aquaculture Society Volume 48, Issue 6 Pages 955–962, December 2017