Olewe Brian Waswala

Profile & Publications

      Qualifications

  • MSc. Environment, Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda
  • BSc. Wildlife Conservation and Management, University of Nairobi, Kabete, Kenya

       Areas of Specialisation

  • Landscape (Wetlands) and Wildlife Ecology;
  • Human Dimensions in Natural Resource Management;
  • Environmental Education and Training; and
  • Education for Sustainable Development and Policy

       Publications

  • O’Connell M, Nasirwa O, Carter M, Farmer KH, Appleton M, Arinaitwe J, Bhanderi P, Chimwaza G, Copsey J, Dodoo J, Duthie A, Gachanja M, Hunter N, Karanja B, Kosgei V, Kuria A, Magero C, Mauten M, Mugo P, Muller E, Mulonga J, Mwaka Komu H, Niskanen L, Nzilani J, Otieno M, Owen N, Owuor J, Paterson S, Regnaut S, Rono R, Ruhiu J, Theuri Njoka J, Waruingi L, Waswala Olewe B, & Wilson E (2017). Capacity building for conservation: problems and potential solutions for sub-Saharan Africa, Oryx. Cambridge University Press https://doi.org/10.1017/S0030605317000291
  • Heila Lotz-Sisitka, Satishkumar Belliethathan, Mahesh Pradhan, Gregory Odeke, and Waswala Brian Olewe (2017). Africa Environmental Education and Training Action Plan (2015–2024): Strengthening Sustainable Development in Africa. Publisher: United Nations Environment Programme https://www.unenvironment.org/resources/publication/africa-environmental-education-and-training-action-plan-2015-2024
  • Mahesh Pradhan, Waswala Brian Olewe, Mariam Ayombi (2015). Introducing the UNEP Mainstreaming Environment and Sustainability in African Universities Partnership Programme. In book:  Mainstreaming Environment and Sustainability in African Universities: Stories of Change. Edition: 2015, Chapter: 1, Publisher Rhodes University Environmental Learning Research Centre. Editors: Peter Blaze Corcoran, Brandon P Hollingshead, pp. 5 – 15. DOI: https://doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.1.1320.9688
  • Waswala Brian Olewe, James Okot-Okumu and Richard O. Obila (2014). Fishing Gear in the Sondu-Miriu River: Level of Use, Preference and Selectivity. Hydro Nepal Journal of Water Energy and Environment; 15:82-86. DOI: http://doi.org/10.3126/hn.v15i0.11301
  • Waswala Brian Olewe, Samuel A. Andanje, Moses M. Nyangito, Jesse T. Njoka, Samuel Mutahi, Rose Abae and Rajan Amin (2014). Natural Resources Utilisation by the Aweer in Boni-Dodori National Reserves, Kenya Tanzania Journal of Forestry and Nature Conservation 83(2):29-45 https://www.ajol.info/index.php/tjfnc/article/view/111671
  • Sectorial Contributor: “MEMR (2012). Kenya Wetlands Atlas”, Ministry of Environment and Mineral Resources www.unep.org/downloads/Kenya_wetlands.zip
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