The Coordinating Team

http://www.ruforum.org/MCF/sites/default/files/Egeru.jpgDr. Anthony Egeru
Anthony Egeru has 10 years’ experience in the field of Education, research and community development. He is currently serving as the Regional Programme Coordinator for The MCF@RUFORUM Programme Unit at the Regional Universities Forum for Capacity Building in Agriculture (RUFORUM) Secretariat, Kampala. Anthony previously served as Assistant Grants Manager at RUFORUM and prior to that, Lecturer and Research Fellow at Makerere University. He brings a dynamic experience of program management and research and community development particularly in marginal areas-semi-arid areas of Africa. As a seasoned researcher, Anthony has expertise in climate and disaster risk reduction, community development processes, curriculum development and systems ecology.
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http://www.ruforum.org/MCF/sites/default/files/Egeru.jpgProf. Nancy W. Mungai
Programme  Co-ordinator (Egerton University)
Associate Professor, Soil Science, Faculty of Agriculture, Department of Crops, Horticulture and Soils &
Director Board of Undergraduate Studies and Field Attachment Programmes 
Email: nmungai@egerton.ac.ke

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http://www.ruforum.org/MCF/sites/default/files/Dancun.jpgProf. Duncan Ongeng
Programme Co-ordinator (Gulu University)
Duncan Ongeng obtained a Bachelor of Food Science and Technology Degree from Makerere University in 2000. He later worked as a research apprentice with the National Agricultural Research Organization in Uganda. He obtained a Master of Science in Food Technology degree from University of Leuven (Belgium) in 2004 and joined Gulu University as a Lecturer in 2005. He acquired a PhD in Bioscience Engineering from the University of Leuven in 2011 and rose to the rank of Senior Lecturer and the Dean of the faculty of Agriculture and Environment at Gulu University in 2012. He was promoted to the position of Associate Professor in 2016. He has published several scientific papers in peer-reviewed journals and managed several research and development grants including a 1.3million euro grant aimed at enhancing capacity for agricultural research and training in Gulu University funded by the NUFFIC, the Netherlands. As a dean, he led the Faculty of Agriculture and Environment to operationalize the Student-Centered Outreach Model and the Agribusiness Innovation Model at Gulu University.

 

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