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  • Dr.Felix Lamech Ming’ate Mogambi

    Dr.Felix Lamech Ming’ate Mogambiis a Lecturer at Kenyatta University (School of Environmental Studies). He has been a Tutor at Lincoln University (Department of Environmental Management), Tutorial Fellow and Coordinator, Department of Environmental Studies and Community Development, School of Environmental Studies, Kenyatta University(Mombasa Campus), Executive Officer at Architectural Association of Kenya (AAK), Project Co-ordinator/Manager BCHOS (Bosongo Community Health Outreach Services), Part Time Lecturer at Catholic University of Eastern Africa (Department of Geography), Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (Departments of Human Resource Development and Landscape Architecture), Kenya Wildlife Service Training Institute and Africa Nazarene University (Department of University Common Courses).


    Dr.Ming’ate holds PhD in Environmental Planning and Management from Lincoln University, New Zealand, Master of Environmental Planning and Management from Kenyatta University, Long Distance Learning Certificate on Private Public Partnership on Urban Environment from Yale University, USA and Bachelor of Arts Degree (Geography and Sociology) from University of Nairobi.


    His publications and research works include:

    Joint Articles in International refereed Journals

    • 1. Ming’ate, M.L.F, Letema,S. and Obiero, K. (2016).Designing a functioning community forest association: a case of Muileshi, Kakamega County, Kenya. Asian Journal of Applied Sciences- accepted
    • 2. Ming’ate, M.L.F, andBollig, M.,(2016).Local rules and their enforcement in the Arabuko-Sokoke forest reserve co-management arrangement in Kenya. Journal of East African Natural History 105(1):1-19. 2016 doi: 10.2982/028.105.0102
    • 3. Ming’ate, M.L.F, Rennie, H. G., and Memon, A., (2014).Potential for Co-management Approaches to Strengthen Livelihoods of Forest Dependent Communities: A Kenyan Case. Land Use Policy (41),304–312.
    • 4. Ming’ate, M.L.F, Rennie, H, G., and Memon, A. (2014).NGOs come and go but business continues: Lessons from co-management institutional arrangements for governance of the Arabuko-Sokoke forest inKenya. International Journal of Sustainable Development & World Ecology (21)6,526-531 http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13504509.2014.968237

    Individual Articles in refereed International Journals

    • 1. Ming’ate, M.L.F, (2016).A framework for linking forestry co-management institutional arrangements with their associated livelihood outcomes. Progress in Development Studies, 16, (4) pp. 1–19 Coming out in the October issue.
    • 2. Ming’ate, M.L.F, (2016).An on-going review of the implementation of the Arabuko-Sokoke Forest Reserve co-management approach in Kenya. East African Agricultural and forestry Journal submitted.
    • 3. Ming’ate, M.L.F, (2014).Combining ethnography and case study research designs in studying forestry co-management approaches. Journal of Human and Social Science Research. Vol. 3, No. 2, 67-79.

    Articles in refereed International Journals Authored with students

    • 1. Mwangangi, M. S., Ming’ateM. L. F. and Osuga M. I. (2016). An examination of various wastes emanating from poultry rearing in Kibera informal settlement, Nairobi, Kenya. International Journal of Biological Sciences and Applications. Vol. 3, No. 1, Page: 7-10
    • 2. Ming’ate, M. L. F, and Mohamed, Y.M. (2016).Impact of Stone Quarrying on the Environment and the Livelihood of Communities in Mandera County, Kenya. Journal of Scientific Research & Reports 10(5): 1-9
    • 3. Ming’ateF.L.M., and Mwangangi S.M. (2016). Poultry waste disposal mechanisms in Kibera informal settlement, Nairobi, Kenya. Livestock Research for Rural Development-submitted

    Chapters in Books

    • 1. Ming’ate, M.L.F, (2016). The importance of co-management of forests both for livelihoods and biodiversity conservation in: A Primer of Conservation Biology 5th Edition. Forthcoming.
    • 2. Ming’ate, M.L.F, (2015).The Global South: What does it mean to Kenya? InAndrea Hollington, Oliver Tappe, Tijo Salverda and Tobias Schwarz : Voices from around the world: Concepts of the Global South. The Global South, Study Centre, Cologne, Germany.http://gssc.uni-koeln.de/node/460.