Dr. Akunga Daniel Nyagetiria


Position: 
Lecturer
Department: Environmental Health
Contact Address: P.O. Box 43844 , 00100 Nairobi

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SEMINARS, PAPERS AND CONFERENCES

  • March 2011: Attended A three days workshop on SITAN and DHS data Further Analysis in Kisumu Hotel organized by National Council for Children Services (NCCS) and Facilitated by UNICEF Kenya Country Office October 2010: Attended a four day workshop on Understanding and Using Demographic and health surveys Held in Sopa Lodge Hotel Naivasha
  • JUNE 2008: Attended Campus of excellence Conference in Las Palmas Spain and presented a paper entitled “Estimating burden of childhood Diarrhoea disease from water sanitation and hygiene in Nairobi city: The case of four comparative scenarios.
  • APRIL 2007: Attended and presented a paper entitled “HIV/Aids and TB in Kenya. A prison Outreach Model to the Reproductive Health and HIV/Aids Conference held at KIE Nairobi.
  • APRIL 2005: Attended and presented a paper entitled “The Effect of Cultural Diversity on Effective and Efficient Utilization of Sanitation technologies among Kenyan rural communities” to the 2st International Workshop on Environmental Health Education in the Eastern Africa Region: Challenges and Way forward; held at KCCT Mbagathi. 
  • MARCH, 2004: Attended and presented a paper entitled “Bacteriological quality assessment in four small man?made freshwater reservoirs in Kericho tea estates, Kenya” to the 1st International Workshop on Environmental Health Education in the Eastern Africa Region: Challenges and Way forward; held at Kenyatta University. 
  • OCTOBER, 2003: Attended and presented a paper entitled “Assessment of Physical and Biochemical Parameters of Freshwater Pollution in Reservoirs in Kericho tea estates, Kenya” to the annual postgraduate Seminar held at Kenyatta University.
  • DECEMBER, 2002: Attended and presented a paper entitled “Nutrient?Chlorophyll?a dynamics in four private manmade reservoirs in Kericho tea estates, Kenya” to a Conference on sustainable agriculture held at Kenyatta University.

PUBLICATIONS AND BOOK REVIEWS

  • Akunga D.N (2004): Sampling and estimation of bacterial populations in the aquatic environment. In Status of Environmental Health education in the eastern African Region: Opportunities challenges and the Way forward, Joy pet Publishers, Nairobi.
  • Akunga D.N and Wamicha W.N (2004): Bacteriological Quality in Freshwater Reservoirs in Kericho Tea Estates in Kenya: Implications for Environmental Health Education. . In Status of Environmental Health education in the eastern African Region: Opportunities challenges and the Way forward, Joy pet Publishers, Nairobi.
  • Margaret N.M and Akunga D.N (2004) (Eds): Status of Environmental Health education in the Eastern African Region African Region: Opportunities challenges and the Way forward, Joy pet Publishers, Nairobi.

 

 

 

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