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Albert Kenyani
Albert Kenyani
CURRICULUM VITAE Contact Information: Mr. Albert Kenyani Inima Lecturer Department of Environmental and Bio-Systems Engineering PROFESSIONAL SKILLS SUMMARY •A proven track record of over twenty years of water engineering training at both undergraduate as well as postgraduate levels . •Proven track record of doing consultancy projects with the Government and international organizations, such as the United Nations Development Programme, on schedule and on tight budgets. •An ability to work in multi-disciplinary projects. •Excellent project report writing skills, and a professional attitude to managing projects independently or as a team member. •Thoroughly skilled in professional project management methodologies including Project Management Body of Knowledge(PMBOK), Projects in Controlled Environments(PRINCE) and Method 123 Project Management •Expert in hydrological data analysis including both stochastic and deterministic data modelling. •Extensive experience of working as a consultant grant writer and project evaluator for many Non-Governmental Organizations(NGOs) •Stickler to professionalism and work ethic •Knowledgeable in all major aspects of environmental engineering PROFESSIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE a) University of Nairobi (1987 to date) Work as a Lecturer at the Department of Environmental and Bio-Systems Engineering Courses taught: •GIS Project Management (MSc course). •Planning and development of water resource projects (MSc course). •Water and waste water treatment (MSc course). •Waste management (MSc course). •Hydrology (MSc course). •Rural water supply (MSc course). . Fluid mechanics (MSc course) •Design of waste management systems (BSc course). •Environmental engineering (BSc course). .Soil and Water Conservation Engineering (BSc Course) Materials and surveying (BSc service course) Structures and materials (BSc service course) Workshop techniques (BSc service course) Introduction to engineering (BSc course) Mechanical design (BSc course) •Supervised 4 MSc thesis. •Involved in coordination of student work experience, workshop practice, educational tours and industrial attachment. •Supervised over 80 BSc final design projects •Taken 6 week training on remote sensing in Sweden. •Represented the university at conferences and workshops. •Taken short course on climate change •Done many other duties as assigned by my employer b) Ministry of Agriculture (2007 to 2008) •Did a project evaluation consultancy to evaluate the performance of water retention structures in Kitui District •Wrote an e-book titled “Rainwater Engineering” c) Ministry of Environment (2000 to 2002) •Team leader on project to inventory the emissions of Green House Gases (GHGs) from the agriculutural sector of Kenya •Work formed the official first report of the government of Kenya to the Uniteds Nations •Work was prepared into a book publication Author's work cited by NEPAD d) Ministry of Research (1995 to 1998) •Team leader on a major project (20 000 000/=) to model the impact of climate change on the water resources of Kenya sponsored by the American Government called the US Country Studies Program •The studied was extensively cited in a book e) Ministry of Agriculture (1998) •Conducted a short course on rainfall data analysis for design engineers in the ministry f) Institute of Meteorological Research and Training (1997 to 1999) •Part-time lecturer on an international postgraduate course on hydrological modelling g) Grants for Information Access in Developing Countries (2004) •Team leader on this major project funded by Engineering Information Foundation. Worked in collaboration with Pennsylvania State University and Multinational Fund For Development Aid (MUDA) •Donated computers worth 1 400 000/ = to the School of Engineering, University of Nairobi h) Department for International Development (DfID) Team member on the project to study the barriers to research uptake by small scale farmers i) Drought pattern modelling . Sponsored by the University of Nairobi (Deans' Committee) to carry a drought modelling study on Kenya j) Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation Engineer in charge of construction and operation of irrigation schemes in Isiolo District (1984 to 1985) •Undertook engineering surveys •Did material cost estimations and procurement •Supervised the construction of a new irrigation scheme •Supervised the farming operations k)National Cereals and Produce Board, Nakuru and Eldoret, 1983. •Student intern •Undertook grain storage operations •Bulk grain storage •Grain drying operations l) Mathematics and Physics Teacher (1980 and again 1982) •Fourth form teacher at Kivagala High School •Form two teacher at Kivaywa Secondary School COMMUNITY SERVICE a)Mainstreaming of HIV/Aids in Engineering Curriculum Represented the University of nairobi at this UNESCO workshop b)Nairobi Community Foundation (NACOF) (2004 to date) •Member of the Board of Directors c) Communit
Save Stiperstones School!
Save Stiperstones School!
As part of the economic downturn we are all experiencing at the moment thanks to sheer volumes of money our bankers and our elected leaders in Parliament have wasted over the years, Shropshire Council has decided to shut a number of rural Primary Schools to save money. Stiperstones is one of those rural community schools on the list. Today 19th February there was a protest march from Shirehall into the centre of Shrewsbury to protest against the many proposed cuts, not just educational facilities. It was great, traffic brought to a standstill but an overwhelming amount of support from onlookers, motrorists, shoppers etc. Rural schools such as Stiperstones form the heart of all rural communities and if you take away the schools, the communities basically become retirement villages and eventually all the other businesses in the area follow suit and close. Stiperstones school has been part of the community for 140 years, with four generations of my wifes family attending and hopefully the fifth with my little boy. Many other families parents and grandparents in the area also attended this school, it is the heart of the community and the powers that be wish to break that heart! If you wish to support our cause please check out our Facebook page "Save Stiperstones School". By next week we should have a website up and running so please keep checking for that. Please please please lend your support to prevent the death of our rural community life! We have already lost the Post Office, I do hope the school isn't next! The public toilets in Snailbeach are also earmarked to close! If we lose the school then the remaining businesses such as Minsterley Motors, The Stiperstones Inn public house, J E Lewis coal and fuel merchants, electricians & plumbers etc may end up on the same road! The Council claim the school needs about ?70,000 spent on it, however the newly appointed Chief Executive of Shropshire Council recently spent ?85,000 of tax payers money just to move offices! When interviewed by the local newspaper, he stated that figure was half what it should have cost!!! How can he justify even spending ?85,000 let alone the original budget of ?170,000 on an office move then decide to close schools!!! Children are our future!!!! Stiperstones is in an area of outstanding natural beauty, lets hope it doesn't end up as purely a seasonal tourist attraction!

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