CARPS student

Kidasi Patrick Clay

Kidasi Patrick Clay (Kenyan) is working on the cassava project in coastal Kenya. He recently completed his degree programme in BSc Horticulture. During his undergraduate (15th September- 15th December, 2016), he was attached at Syngenta Pollen limited, Ruiru, Kenya. I acquired hands-on experience on multiplication of basic and hybrid seeds, lawn and garden cutting and breeding of new cultivars. He was also attached for internship at Efficacy Trials Unit at the University of Nairobi as a research assistant. Patirck was involved in assessment of new pesticides and fungicides products for their efficacies on insect pests/diseases in the management of field and greenhouse crop pests and diseases. He was also a volunteer tutor at Sponsor An African Scholar (SAAS), Kenya, in which he was tasked with teaching form 1-4 on Mathematics and Physics. He continuously participate in outreach programs on tree planting and mentoring primary pupils at Taita Taveta County. My motivation of tree planting and mentoring pupils is the concern to take care of the mother- nature and encouraging the coming generation to work hard in their academics to fulfill their dreams. My passion for researching in agricultural field is to   provide a sustainable solutions and recommendations for increased food and nutrition security to the ever increasing population.  Patrick do believe that dynamic challenges in agriculture can be solved by the young generation through hard work, dedication, team work/partnership and passion to alleviate poverty and end hunger in our country and continent at large

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