Lecturer and Chairman of Department
Specialisation: Water Resources Management
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- PhD in Integrated Water Resources Management, Loughborough University, UK.
- Post Graduate Diploma in Technology for Development, Loughborough University, UK.
- Diploma in Water Engineering, The Kenya Polytechnic, Nairobi, Kenya
- Certificate in Water Engineering, The Kenya Water Institute, Nairobi, Kenya.
- Promotion of surface runoff and rainwater harvesting for application in Aquaculture and Horticulture Development in Kitui District, Kenya.
- Conflicts and Cooperation over Natural Resources in Four River Basins of the Arid and Semi-Arid Lands of Kenya.
- Social and Economic Effects and Impacts of Overexploitation of Groundwater by Multinational Companies to Small Scale Farmers in Kajiado County, Kenya.
- Geysers Harvesting for Domestic and Livestock Water Supplies among the Maasai Pastoralists.
- Surface Treatment for Rainwater Harvesting in the Arid and Semi-Arid Lands
- Development of Shared Groundwater Resources in the Karamoja Region under Conditions of Climate Variability/Change
- Social, Economic and Environmental Effects and Impacts of Sand Harvesting to the Maasai Pastoralists Rangelands of Kajiado County, The Case of the Isinya River .
- Netherlands Initiative for Capacity development in Higher Education (NICHE) – 2012 (1. South Eastern Kenya University (Kenya))
- Trans-disciplinary Applied Research Centre (TARC) -2013 - South Eastern Kenya University, Moi University (Kenya), VU Amsterdam University (The Netherlands)
- Development of Shared Groundwater Resources in the Karamoja Region Under Conditions of Climate Variability/Change -2013 - Makerere University (Uganda), Nairobi University (Kenya), Ndejje University (Uganda), and South Eastern Kenya University (Kenya)
- Mwangi, M.N. (1990): ‘Water Development in Kajiado District: Personal Remarks’, in: van Klinken, M.K. and ole Seita, J. (eds.) The Future of Maasai Pastoralists (Kenya), Proceedings of a Conference held in Brachenhurst Baptist International Conference Centre Limuru, Kenya, May 28-31 1989, ASAL Programme, Kajiado, pp. 114-119.
- Mwangi, M.N. (1991): Alternatives to Boreholes: Some Thoughts, Paper presented at the Workshop on the Kajiado District Boreholes Survey, Namanga, Kenya, March 25-26, ASAL Programme, Kajiado.
- Mwangi, M. N. and Rutten M.M.E.M (2008): Ignoring Another Inconvenient Truth? Challenges In Managing Africa's Water Crisis, African Studies Centre (ASC), Information Sheet 5/2009, Leiden, The Netherlands
- Mwangi, M. N. and Rutten, M.M.E.M (2011): From State to Community Based Water Resources Governance: Do Water Reforms Lead to Improved Access? Paper prepared for the 3rd International Congress Wastewater in Small Communities: Towards The Water Framework Directive (WFD) and the Millennium Development Goals (MDG), 25th to 28th, April 2011, Seville Spain;
- Mwangi, M and Rutten, M (2011): “From State to Community-Based Water Resources Governance: Do Water Reforms in semi-arid Kenya Lead to Improved Access?” paper presented at the 3rd International Congress (Smallwat11): Wastewater in Small Communities, Towards the Water Framework Directive (WFD) and the Millennium Development Goals (MDG)", Seville, Spain, 25 to 28 April 2011;
- Mwangi M.N and Rutten, M.M.E.M.(2012): Faces Of Water Poverty In The Arid And Semi-Arid Lands Of Kenya: Is Climate Change Or Globalisation The Major Challenge?” , Conference Poster presented at the Conference on “Water Management Issues in Africa”, 28-31 March 2012 in Reduit, Mauritius, Mauritius Academy of Science and Technology (MAST);
- Mwangi, Moses and Marcel Rutten (2012) “Water Innovations among the Maasai Pastoralists of Kenya: The Role of Outside Interventions in the Performance of Traditional Shallow Wells” in Gewald, Jan-Bart, Leliveld, A and Pesa I (Eds) Transforming Innovations in Africa: Explorative Studies on Appropriation in African Societies, African Dynamics Vol. II, Brill, Leiden;
- Mwangi, Moses and Rutten, Marcel (2012): Faces of Water Poverty in the Arid and Semi-Arid Lands of Kenya: Is Climate Change or Globalisation the Major Challenge? NASAC-KNAW Conference on “Water Management Issues in Africa” 28-31 March 2012 in Reduit, Mauritius;
- Rutten, Marcel and Mwangi, M. (2012): “Mobile Cash for Nomadic Livestock Keepers: The Impact of the Mobile Phone Innovation (M-Pesa) on Maasai Pastoralists in Kenya” in Gewald, Jan-Bart, Leliveld, A and Pesa I (Eds) Transforming Innovations in Africa: Explorative Studies on Appropriation in African Societies, African Dynamics Vol II, Brill, Leiden.
- 1Kalungu J, Filho WL, Mwangi, M (2013): “Responding to Food Production Challenges in the Face of Global Warming at Community Level in Kenya: The role of a local University: in Behnassi, Mohamed; Pollmann, Olaf; Kissinger, Gabrielle (Eds.) (2013), ‘Sustainable Food Security in The Era of Local and Global Environmental Change’ 2013, pp 231-241, Springer Publishers.
- Rutten, M. & M. Mwangi (2013) Do Geopolitical and Historical Contexts in Explaining Conflicts over Natural Resources Really Matter? An Example from Africa, ASC Infosheet 15, www.ascleiden.nl,
- Rutten, Marcel and Mwangi, Moses (2014): How Natural is Natural? Seeking Conceptual Clarity over Natural Resources and Conflicts in Bavinck, Marrten; Pellegrini, Lorenzo and; Mostert, Erik (Eds) (2014) Conflicts over Natural Resources in the Global South: Conceptual Approach, CRC Press.