ARBEC 2022

The Aquatic Resources and
Blue Economy Conference (ARBEC), will be held in Kisumu, 
Kenya, in November 2022 

Important conference dates

15th July, 2022 - Abstract submission

28th Nov - 1st Dec 2022 - Conference date

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Kenya Aquatica

Dr. Kevin Obiero
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Dr. Kevin Obiero

Dr. Kevin Obiero is a Research Scientist currently working as the Centre Director at Kenya Marine and Fisheries Research Institute, Sangoro Station. Dr Obiero holds a PhD Degree in Natural Resources and Life Sciences (with Distinction) from the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences (BOKU), Vienna, Austria; MSc and BSc Degrees in Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences both from Moi University. He is self-driven with outstanding organizational and multi-tasking skills, and excellent interpersonal skills, which has enabled him to support and encourage colleagues, build, and maintain good working rapport with donors and stakeholders. 

His academic and professional work experiences span 16 years in fisheries and aquatic sciences. He has significantly contributed to fisheries, aquaculture and aquatic research in Kenya and beyond. For instance, he was recognized for exemplary performance for the third consecutive time by the Institute and was the best performer in bringing funds during FY 2019/2021 through development of donor funded collaborative research projects at national, regional and global levels. 

Dr Obiero has attended several specialized professional training courses and gained extensive leadership and project management experience by completing Strategic Leadership Development Program (SLDP), Senior Management Course (Kenya School of Government) and Post-Graduate Diploma in Project Management (Kenya Institute of Management (KIM). He has also participated in advanced training for governance and policy-oriented studies in Africa. The professional training has significantly strengthened his research versatility and administrative capability. He has also significantly contributed to fisheries, aquatic resource management and aquaculture landscape in Kenya and beyond. For example, he is privileged to be a member of the Aquaculture Regional Working Group (ARWG) for the Lake Victoria Fisheries Organization (LVFO) and a member of the Training Selection Committee (TSC) for the Kenya Climate Smart Agriculture Project (KCSAP). He is currently a Principal Investigator and collaborator on five funded collaborative research projects. 

Dr. Obiero has published over 60 articles in peer-reviewed international journals and presented talks and papers in several local and international scientific conferences. The body of research include 32 peer-reviewed journal articles, 8 published books (edited volumes), 16 book chapters, 5 policy documents (policy briefs, policy-oriented reports), and other material (e.g., book reviews, scientific proceedings). Together, this body of work has received >560 citations on Google Scholar and an H-Index of 13. He is currently receiving >100 citations/year on Google Scholar and over 22,000 readers on Research Gate. He is also an Editor and Reviewer of several international Peer-Reviewed Journals including PLOS ONE, Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems and Aquatic Foods, People and Nature, Journal of the World Aquaculture Society, Limnologica, Lakes and Reservoirs, Journal of Great Lakes Research, among others. 

Internationally, Dr Obiero’s leadership qualities and broad experience have been recognized by top organizations. I’m currently the Board Chair of the African Center for Aquatic Research and Education (ACARE), a highly collaborative organization whose goal is to positively influence policy and management on Africa's Great Lakes by executing a long-term network of freshwater experts to strengthen science in Africa. In addition, he is a Board Member of the International Institute for Sustainable Development Experimental Lakes Area (IISD-ELA), the world's freshwater laboratory comprised of 58 small lakes and their watersheds set aside for scientific research in Canada. 

Research Interests: Dr Kevin Obiero’s research explores how social, economic, and institutional drivers shape the ways in which people use, perceive, and govern natural resources. I have conducted multi-institutional, interdisciplinary and socioecological research leading to successful governance of fisheries, aquaculture and aquatic resources, private sector-led market systems development, fish trade, marketing, value addition, and post-harvest loss reduction, blue economy, gender-based value chain analysis, policy-oriented research and advocacy. He is also involved in developing, validating and upscaling climate smart aquaculture technologies, innovations and management practices (TIMPs) to significantly contribute to food and nutrition security.

Online Publication Profile

KMFRI Sangoro Aquaculture Centre
Freshwater Aquaculture
Fisheries and Aquaculture Socioeconomic, Community-based Natural Resource Management/Co-management of Fisheries Resources; Aquaculture Technology Adoption
Climate-smart aquaculture Technologies, Innovations and Management Practices (TIMPs), Private sector-led market systems development, Environmental Impact Assessment, fish trade, marketing, value addition, and post-harvest loss reduction, blue economy, gender-based value chain analysis, policy-oriented research and advocacy.
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kevobiero@gmail.com, kevinobiero@yahoo.com
  • 1.Ph.D. in Natural Resources and Life Sciences (Dr.nat.techn.)
  • M.Sc. in Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences
  • B.Sc. Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences
  • Post-Graduate Diploma in Project Management
  • Senior Management Course (SMC)
  • Strategic Leadership Development Program (SLDP)

  • Kyule-Muendo, D., Otachi, E., Awour, F., Ogello, E., Obiero, K., Abwao, J., Muthoni, C., & Munguti, J. (2022). Status of fish health management and biosecurity measures in fish farms, cages and hatcheries in Western Kenya. CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 3, 18 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1186/s43170-022-00086-7
  • Plisnier, P. D., Kayanda, R., MacIntyre, S., Obiero, K., Okello, W., Vodacek, A., ... & Lawrence, T. (2022). Need for harmonized long-term multi-lake monitoring of African Great Lakes. Journal of Great Lakes Research. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jglr.2022.01.016
  • Muthoka, M., Ogello, E.O., Ouma, H., Obiero, K. (2021). Periphyton technology enhances growth performance and delays prolific breeding of Nile tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus Asian Fisheries Science 34: 290–300. https://doi.org/10.33997/j.afs.2021.34.4.002
  • Cheserek, M. J., Obiero, K., Ogello, E. (2021). Eat More Fish. SAMUDRA Report No. 86; 20–22. https://www.icsf.net/images/samudra/pdf/english/issue_86/282_Samudr_86_ICSF_November2021.pdf
  • Ogello, E. O., Outa, N. O., Obiero, K. O., Kyule, D. N., & Munguti, J. M. (2021). The prospects of biofloc technology (BFT) for sustainable aquaculture development. Scientific African 14, e01053. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.sciaf.2021.e01053
  • Schubert, A., Nyingi, W., Tuda, P., Aura, C. M., Obiero, K., Manyala, J., Cowx, I. G., Vianna, G. M., Ansell, M., Meeuwig, J. J. & Zeller, D. (2022). Reconstructing Kenya’s total freshwater fisheries catches: 1950–2017. Marine and Freshwater Research, 2022, 73, 57–70. https://doi.org/10.1071/MF21189
  • Munguti J.M., Obiero K., Odame H., Kirimi J., Kyule D., Ani J., & D Liti., (2021). Key limitations of fish feeds, feed management practices, and opportunities in Kenya’s aquaculture enterprise. African Journal of Food Agriculture Nutrition & Development 21(2): 17415–17434; https://doi.org/10.18697/ajfand.97.20455
  • Munguti, J., Odame, H., Kirimi, J., Obiero, K., Ogello, E., & Liti, D. (2021). Fish feeds and feed management practices in the Kenyan aquaculture sector: Challenges and opportunities. Aquatic Ecosystem Health & Management, 24(1), 82– https://doi.org/10.14321/aehm.024.01.12
  • Fonda J. A., Opiyo M. A., Obiero, K. O., Munguti J. M., Abwao J., Nyonje B.M., Nevejan N and G. V. Stappen (2021). Aquaculture extension service in Kenya: Farmers and extension officers’ perspectives. Journal of Agricultural Extension and Rural Development 13(1), 14–22. https://doi.org/10.5897/JAERD2020.1203
  • Munguti, J. M., Karimi, J. G., Obiero, K.O., Ogello, E. O., Kyule, D., Liti, D. M. Liti and Musalia, L. M (2020). Aqua-Feed Wastes: Impact on Natural Systems and Practical Mitigations—A Review. Journal of Agricultural Science 13 (1): 111–121
  • Opiyo, M.A., Obiero, K.O., Abwao, J., Awuor, F.J., Kyule, D. and Munguti, J. (2020). Comparative growth performance of genetically male, sex-reversed and mixed-sex Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) reared in earthen ponds in Sagana, Kenya. Aquaculture Studies, 21(1): 23–30 http://www.aquast.org/uploads/pdf_507.pdf
  • Kyule, D.N., Fonda, J.A., Ochiewo, J., Munguti, M.J., Obiero, K.O., Ogello, E.O., Opiyo, M.A., Abwao, J., and Kendi, J. (2020). Perceived consumer preferences of fisheries products retailed in Kenyan markets Bioscience Research, 17(4): 2486–2496. https://www.isisn.org/BR17(4)2020/2486-2496-17(4)2020BR20-366.pdf
  • Keyombe, J. L., Obiero, K., Waithaka, E., Outa, N., Donde, O., & Kyule, D. (2020). Understanding selected growth aspects in Redbelly Tilapia, Coptodon zilli (Gervais) and Largemouth Bass, Micropterus salmoides (Lacepède) in Lake Naivasha, Kenya; Fisheries Management Perspective. Pan Africa Science Journal, 1(01). https://www.panafricajournal.com/index.php/home/article/view/6
  • Obiero, K., Lawrence, T., Ives, J., Smith, S., Njaya, F., Kayanda, R., Kayanda, R., Waidbacher, H., Olago, D., Miriti, E., Hecky, R.E. (2020). Advancing Africa’s great lakes research and academic potential: Answering the call for harmonized, long-term, collaborative networks and partnerships. Journal of Great Lakes Research 46 (5), 1240–1250, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jglr.2020.02.002
  • Obiero, K. O., Waidbacher, H., Nyawanda, B.O., Munguti, J.M., Manyala, J.O., Kaunda-Arara, B., (2019). Predicting Uptake of Aquaculture Technologies Among Smallholder Fish Farmers in Kenya. Aquaculture International, DOI: 1007/s10499-019-00423-0
  • Awuor, F.J., Obiero, K., Munguti, J., Oginga, J.O., Kyule, D., Opiyo, M.A., Oduor-odote, P., Yongo, E., Ochiewo, J., (2019). Market Linkages and Distribution Channels of Cultured, Captured and Imported Fish in Kenya. Aquaculture Studies, 19 (1), http://doi.org/10.4194/2618-6381-v19_1_06
  • Obiero, K.O., Waidbacher, H., Silke Drexler, S., Meulenbroek, P., Adamneh D., Akoll, P., Odong R., Kaunda-Arara, B., (2019). The contribution of fish to food and nutrition security in Eastern Africa: Emerging trends and future outlooks. Sustainability 2019, 11, 1636; doi:10.3390/su11061636
  • Vreven, E. J.W.M.N, Musschoot T., Decru E., Snoeks J., Obiero, K., Schliewen U. (2018). The complex origins of mouth polymorphism in the Labeobarbus (Cypriniformes: Cyprinidae) of the Inkisi River basin (Lower Congo, DRC, Africa): insights from an integrative approach. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society. DOI: 10.1093/zoolinnean/zly049
  • Abwao, J., Musa S., Ondiba, R., Ogello, E., Obiero, K. (2017). Effect of replacing marine protein with hydrolyzed feather meal on growth, apparent digestibility and body composition of juvenile tilapias; Oreochromis mossambicus (Peters, 1852). International Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Studies 5 (6): 242–250.
  • Achieng, A. O., Raburu, P. O., Kipkorir, E. C., Ngodhe, S. O., Obiero, K. O., Ani-Sabwa, J. (2017). Assessment of water quality using multivariate techniques in River Sosiani, Kenya. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 189 (6), 280.
  • Obiero, K.O., Waidbacher, H., Drexler, S., Winkler, , Manyala, J.O., Njiru, J.M., Kaunda-Arara, B. (2016). Knowledge management and investing in human capacity development for aquacultural education and training in Africa. Bulletin of Animal Health and Production in Africa, 167–183. ISSN 0378 – 9721.
  • Kyule, , Opiyo, M.A., Ogello, E., Obiero, K.O, Maranga, B., Orina., P., Charo-Karisa, H., Munguti, J.M. (2016). Determination of fish value-added product preferences among the residents of Wote Town, Makueni County, Kenya. Bulletin of Animal Health and Production in Africa, 69–78. ISSN 0378 – 9721.
  • Okotto-Okotto J., Raburu P. O., Obiero K. O., Obwoyere G. O, Mironga J. M., Okotto L. G., Raburu E. A (2016). Impact of spatio-temporal variation of Lake Victoria water levels on fringing Nyando Wetland ecosystem, Kenya. Wetlands, Springe DOI: 10.1007/s13157-016-0831-y
  • Gownaris, J. E. Pikitch, J.Y. Aller, L. Kaufman, J. Kolding, K.M.M Lwiza, Obiero K.O., W.O. Ojwang, J.O. Malala, K.J. Rountos (2016). Fisheries and Water Level Fluctuations in the World’s Largest Desert Lake. Ecohydrology http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/eco.1769/full]
  • Ogello, E.O., Kembenya, E. M., Obiero, K.O., Munguti, J.M. (2016) Effects of Nicotina tobacum (Linnaeus) on the survival and behavioural response of the freshwater leeches, Hirudinaria , International Journal of Aquatic Sciences 7 (1):19–24.
  • Obiero, K. O., Abila, R., Njiru, M., Raburu, P.O., Kundu, R., Achieng, A.O., Ogello E.O., Munguti J.M., Lawrence, T. (2015) The challenges of management: Recent experiences in implementing fisheries co-management in Lake Victoria, Kenya. Lakes and Reservoirs: Research and Management 20: 139–154.
  • Githukia, M., Ogello E. O., Kembenya E. M., Achieng A. O., Obiero K. O., Munguti J. M. (2015). Comparative growth performance of male monosex and mixed sex Nile Tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus L.) reared in earthen ponds. Croatian Journal of Fisheries 73: 20–25.
  • Obiero, K. O., Opiyo A., Yongo, E., Kyule, D., Githukia C. M., Munguti J. M. & Charo- Karisa H. (2014). Consumer preference and marketing of farmed Nile Tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus L.) and African Catfish (Clarias gariepinus) in Kenya: Case study of Kirinyaga and Vihiga Counties. International Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Studies 1 (5): 67–76.
  • Githukia, M., Obiero, K. O., Manyala, J. O., Ngugi, C. C., Quagrainie, K. K. (2014). Analysis of consumer preference of wild and cultured Nile Tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus L.) and African Catfish, Clarias gariepinus (Burchell 1822) in selected urban centers in Kenya. International Journal of Advanced Research 2 (7): 694–705.
  • Kyule, N., Yongo, E., Opiyo, M. A., Obiero, K. O, Munguti, J. M., Charo-Karisa, H. (2014). Fish product development and market trials of fish and fish products in Kenya: A case study of Kirinyaga and Meru Counties. Livestock Research for Rural Development. Vol 26, Article #108. http://www.lrrd.org/lrrd26/6/kyul26108.htm
  • Ogello, O., Obiero, K. O., Munguti, J. M. (2013). Lake Victoria and the common property debate: Is the tragedy of the commons a threat to its future? Journal of Lakes, Reservoirs and Ponds 7 (2): 101–126
  • Obiero, K. O., Raburu, P. O., Okeyo-Owuor, J. B., Raburu, E. (2012). Community perceptions on the impact of the recession of Lake Victoria water on Nyando Wetla Scientific Research and Essays 7 (16): 1647–1661. 

Published / Edited Books 

  • Munguti J., Obiero, K., Orina, P., Mirera D., Kyule D., Mwaluma J., Opiyo M., Musa S., Ochiewo J., Njiru J. Ogello, E., and Hagiwara, A. (Eds) (2021). State of Aquaculture Report 2021: Towards Nutrition Sensitive Fish Food Production Systems. Techplus Media House, Nairobi, Kenya. 190 pp.
  • Ogello, E.O., Obiero, K. O., Kyule-Muendo, D., Ochieng, S., Munguti, J, Owelle, L. (2021). Diagnostic Study on Blue Economy for Strategic Planning. March 2021, MasterCard Foundation, 110pp.
  • Obiero K., Munguti., D. Liti., J. Ani., J. Njiru., J. Wamuongo., J. Singi., Lungaho, C. (Eds) (2021). Inventory of Climate Smart Technologies, Innovations and Management Practices (TIMPs) for Aquaculture Value Chain. Kenya Agricultural and Livestock Research Organization, Nairobi, Kenya
  • Munguti, J., Obiero, K., Liti, D., Ani, J., Njiru, J., Ikitoo, C., Wamuongo, J., Singi, J., Lungaho, C. (Eds.) (2020). Training of Trainers’ Manual for Climate Smart Aquaculture Practices. Kenya Agricultural and Livestock Research Organization, Nairobi, Kenya
  • Munguti, J. M., Obiero, K. O., Orina, P. S., Musa, S., Mwaluma, J., Mirera,D. O., Ochiewo, J., Kairo, J., Njiru, J. M. (Eds). (2017). State of Aquaculture in Kenya. Laxpress Services, Nairobi, Kenya. 133 p. ISBN: 978-9966-109-82-8
  • Kyule-Muendo, D., Munguti, J. M., Opiyo, M. A., Obiero, O., Githukia, C. M., Orina, P.S., Njiru, J. M., Charo-Karisa, H. (2017). Fish Recipe Book, Volume 1. Kenya Literature Bureau, Nairobi, Kenya. 45pp. ISBN:
  • Opiyo , Charo-Karisa, H., Nyonje, B., Omolo, B., Orina, P., Wainaina, M., Obiero, K., Munguti, J. (2017). Good Aquaculture Practices for Seed Production in Kenya: Volume 1. Tilapia and Catfish. Kenya Literature Bureau, Nairobi, Kenya. ISBN: 9789966100078. 60pp
  • Opiyo , Charo-Karisa, H., Obiero, K., Munguti, J. M., Orina, P. S., Ogello, E. O., Nyoro, J., Kyule, D. N., Nyonje, B., Omolo, B. O. (2017). Overview of good aquaculture practices in Kenya. Kenya Marine and Fisheries Research Institute, Mombasa, Kenya. 33p 

Book / Encyclopedia Chapters 

  • Obiero, K. O., Achieng, A. O., Nyamweya, C., Onyango, H. O., Opaa, B., Ajode, Z. M., Munguti, J. M. (2021). Societal Implications of Kenya’s Inland and Marine Waters. Encyclopaedia of Inland Waters, 2nd Ed (Section Editors: Catherine Febria and Gail Krantzberg). https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-12-819166-8.00196-1
  • Achieng, A. O., Opaa, B., Obiero K. O., Osano, O., and Kaunda-Arara, B. (2021). Watershed Management in Kenya; Societal Implications, Drivers of Change and Governance Needs. Encyclopaedia of Inland Waters, 2nd Ed (Section Editors: Catherine Febria and Gail Krantzberg). https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-12-819166-8.00157-2
  • Obiero, K. O., Munguti, J., Ogello, E., Njiru, J., & Hagiwara, A. (2021). Aquaculture in Kenya: Emerging Trends, Socioeconomic Status and Development Prospects. In, Munguti et al., (Eds). State of Aquaculture in Kenya 2021: Towards Nutrition-Sensitive Fish Food Production Systems; Chapter 1: pp 1–19.
  • Kyule-Muendo, D., Awuor, F. J., Githukia, C. M., Kendi, J., Mziri, V., Obiero, K., & Orina, P. (2021). Post-harvest management, value addition and fish marketing. In, Munguti et al., (Eds). State of Aquaculture in Kenya 2021: Towards Nutrition-Sensitive Fish Food Production Systems; Chapter 6: pp 103–112.
  • Mirera, D., Nyonje, B., Opiyo, M., Obiero, K., Awuor, F. J., Holeh, G., Kendi, J., & Okechi, J. (2021). Aquaculture Research and Training in Kenya. In, Munguti et al., (Eds). State of Aquaculture in Kenya 2021: Towards Nutrition-Sensitive Fish Food Production Systems; Chapter 8: pp 156–166.
  • Obiero, K. O., Ogello, E., Munguti, J., Kyule, D., Nyonje, B., Mwaluma, J., Hagiwara, A., Njiru, J. (2021). Development strategies and prospects for sustainable aquaculture development in Kenya. In, Munguti et al., (Eds). State of Aquaculture in Kenya 2021: Towards Nutrition-Sensitive Fish Food Production Systems; Chapter 10: pp 169–175.
  • Lawrence, T., Obiero, K. O., Nunan, F., Van der Knaap, M., Njiru, J. M., Mkumbo, O. (2018). Learning from the Transboundary Governance of Lake Victoria’s Fisheries. In: Grover, V. I and Krantzberg, G. (Eds), Lakes Governance, Chapter 7, pp. 128-148, CRS Press, Boca Raton, Florida, USA.
  • Obiero, K. O., Munguti, J. M., Mutune, D. M., and Njiru, J. M. (2017). Overview of Aquaculture in Kenya. In: Munguti et al. (eds.), State of Aquaculture in Kenya, Chapter 1, pp 1?9, Laxpress Services, Nairobi, Kenya.
  • Musa, S., Opiyo, M.A., Obiero, K.O., Ogello, E.O., Githukia, C.M., Ombwa, V., Kembenya, E., Boera, P., Okechi, J. (2017). Status of Freshwater Aquaculture in Kenya. In: Munguti et al. (eds.), State of Aquaculture in Kenya, Chapter 2, pp 10?24, Laxpress Services, Nairobi, Kenya.
  • Mirera, D., Obiero, K. O., Mwaluma, J., Munguti, J. M. (2017). Aquaculture Research, Education and Training in Kenya. In: Munguti et al. (eds.), State of Aquaculture in Kenya, Chapter 6, pp 54?61, Laxpress Services, Nairobi, Kenya
  • Ochiewo, J., Obiero, K. O., Munguti, J. M., Njiru, J. M. (2017). Legal, Policy and Institutional Frameworks Guiding Aquaculture Development in Kenya. In: Munguti et al. (eds.), State of Aquaculture in Kenya, Chapter 7, pp 62?71, Laxpress Services, Nairobi, Kenya.
  • Ochiewo, J., Obiero, K. O., Ogello, E.O., Awuor, J. F., Munguti, J. M., (2017). Social and Economic Impacts of Aquaculture in Kenya. In: Munguti et al. (eds.), State of Aquaculture in Kenya, Chapter 9, pp 80?87, Laxpress Services, Nairobi, Kenya.
  • Ojwang, W. O., Obiero, K. O., Donde, O. O., Gownaris, N., Pikitch, E. K., Omondi, R., Avery, S. T. (2016). Lake Turkana: World’s Largest Permanent Desert Lake (Kenya). In Finlayson, C. M., Milton, G.R., Prentice, R.C., Davidson, N.C., (eds.), The Wetland Book: II: Distribution, Description and Conservation, Chapter 25, pp. 1–20). Dordrecht: Springer Netherlands. http://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-007-6173-5_254-1.
  • Obiero, K. O., Wa’Munga, P. O., Raburu, P. O., Okeyo-Owuor, J. B. (2012). The People of Nyando Wetlands: Socioeconomics, Gender and Cultural Issues. In: P.O. Raburu et al. (eds.) Community-based approach to the management of Nyando wetlands, Lake Victoria Basin, Kenya (pp.32–53). McPowl Media Limited, Nairobi, Kenya.
  • Raburu, P.O., Onyango, F.O., Obiero, K.O. (2012). The Value of Consumptive Goods and Services of Nyando Wetland. In: P.O. Raburu et al. (eds.), Community Based Approach to The Management of Nyando Wetlands, Lake Victoria Basin, Kenya (pp. 53–67). McPowl Media Limited, Nairobi, Kenya.
  • Obiero, K. O., Raburu, P. O., Masese, F. O. (2012). Managing Nyando Wetlands in the Face of Climate Change. In: P.O. Raburu et al. (eds.), Community-based approach to the management of Nyando wetlands, Lake Victoria Basin, Kenya (pp.100–121). McPowl Media Limited, Nairobi, Kenya. 

Policy & Research Briefs 

  • Nyonje, B., Nangulu, A., Vam Stappen, G., Obiero, K., Opiyo, M.A., Awuor, F.J., Pynoo, B., Kisaka, L., Nevejan, N., Ngiri, J., Maina, J., and Ogello, E.O. (2021). Policy frameowk for aquaculture education in Kenya. KMFRI, Kenya. 21p.
  • Cheserek, M. J., Obiero, K. O., Ogello, E. O., Munguti, J. M. & Kipkemboi, J. (2021). Social behaviour change communication for improved nutrition outcomes of women and children in Western Kenya. KCSAP Research Brief, 8p
  • Obiero, K. O., Cheserek, M. J., Ogello, E. O., Kipkemboi, J., & Munguti, J. M. (2021). Enhancing fish production and marketing for improved food and nutrition security in Western Kenya. KCSAP Research Brief, 8p
  • Obiero, K., Cai, J., Abila, R., Ajayi, O. (2019). Kenya: High aquaculture growth needed to improve food security and nutrition. World Aquaculture Production Indicators (WAPI) Policy Brief, FAO, Rome, Italy. http://www.fao.org/3/ca4693en/ca4693en.pdf
  • Obiero, K. O., Munguti, J. M. (2017). Kenya’s Aquaculture Brief 2017: Status, Trends, Challenges and Future Outlook. Kenya Marine and Fisheries Research Institute, Mombasa, Kenya. 12p