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I have a broad range of experience in the management of natural resources, landscape restoration, agriculture, wetlands management and conservation, GIS and remote sensing, data analysis, peace and conflict resolution, conservation, and research projects with an emphasis on water quality, aquatic system management and conservation, and the effects of climate change on aquatic ecosystems. Through advocacy for policies, conservation education, and conservation projects, I am passionate about preserving the natural world and preserving threatened species. I have delivered superior research services in collaboration with government agencies, religious institutions, and International, regional, national, and local NGOs.

I have a broad range of experience in the management of natural resources, landscape restoration, agriculture, wetlands management and conservation, GIS and remote sensing, data analysis, peace and conflict resolution, conservation, and research projects with an emphasis on water quality, aquatic system management and conservation, and the effects of climate change on aquatic ecosystems. Through advocacy for policies, conservation education, and conservation projects, I am passionate about preserving the natural world and preserving threatened species. I have delivered superior research services in collaboration with government agencies, religious institutions, and International, regional, national, and local NGOs.

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  1. 1. 1 Kelvin Muli PO BOX 443-60400 Chuka, Kenya Mobile: +254711672118 Email: kelvinmuli57@gmail.com Personal Profile Statement I have a broad range of experience in the management of natural resources, landscape restoration, agriculture, wetlands management and conservation, GIS and remote sensing, data analysis, peace and conflict resolution, conservation, and research projects with an emphasis on water quality, aquatic system management and conservation, and the effects of climate change on aquatic ecosystems. Through advocacy for policies, conservation education, and conservation projects, I am passionate about preserving the natural world and preserving threatened species. I have delivered superior research services in collaboration with government agencies, religious institutions, and International, regional, national, and local NGOs. Key Competencies and Skills • Experienced in coordinating consortium, forums, working groups and project management. • Skilled and excellent in quantitative and qualitative multi-research methods. • Knowledgeable on contemporary issues in Natural Resources sectors. • Capable in writing policy briefs and reports, and lobbying decision-making. • Experienced in engaging multiple stakeholders including donors, private sectors, and governments, the public and non-state actors. • Experienced in using data management systems like SAP, data analysis softwares in GIS and remote sensing such as QGIS, ArcMap, R, Erdas, Envi, Ilwis, data collection tools such as ODK and GPS and statistical analysis using SPSS. • Skilled in Microsoft Office suite including Word, Excel, Outlook, Power Point and Access. • Strong documentation and report writing skills. • Valid driving license. • Comprehensive skills of using tablets and other electronics for data entry. • Efficient in GIS and Remote Sensing. Education Year Institution Achievement Course 2022 till Date Egerton University On-Course Masters in Limnology 2014 -2017 Karatina University 2ND Class Upper Division BSc Natural Resources
  2. 2. 2 Other Relevant Post Graduate Short Courses • Certificate in Nature‐Based Infrastructure for Climate Adaptation and Sustainable Development offered by the NBI Global Resource Center. • Certificate in Agricultural Remote Sensing from The Belt and Road International Geospartial Information Training Centre (BRGTC). • Certificate in Fundamentals of Freshwater Health from Delft Institute for Water Education (IHE) Netherlands. • Certificate in Biodiversity Finance from the Biodiversity Finance Initiative. • Certificate in Advanced topics in water health from Delft Institute for Water Education (IHE) Netherlands. • Certificate in Peace Park Development and Management from UNDP. • Certificate in Green Bonds from Sweden Sverige. • Certificate in Using Spatial Data on Biodiversity from UNDP. • Certificate in Gender Equality, Women’s Empowerment and Leadership in the Context of National Biodiversity Planning and Report from UNDP. • Certificate in Communicating the Value of Biodiversity from UNDP. • Certificate in Applying Resilience Thinking to National Biodiversity Plans from UNDP. • Certificate in Ecosystem Restoration from UNDP. • Certificate in Anticipatory Governance (New ways of sense-making and navigating for uncertainty) from UNESCO. • Certificate in Nature Based Solutions for Sustainable Development from UNDP. • Certificate in Water Pollution Management from Cap-Net/UNEP-Centre on Water and Environment. • Certificate in Protected Areas and Sustainable Developments from UNDP. • Certificate in Introduction to Climate Risk Informed Decision Analysis (CRIDA) from UNESCO. • Certificate in International Waters Project Management from Cap-Net/UNEP-Centre on Water and Environment. • Certificate in Key Biodiversity Areas from The Key Biodiversity Area Partnership. • Certificate in Climate Change from Oxford Climate Society. • Certificate in Climate Governance, Diplomacy and Negotiations Leadership Program from African Group of Negotiators Experts Support (AGNES). • Certificate in Food Web Ecology from University of Florida. • Certificate in GIS from Central University of Karnataka, India. • Certificate in Peace and Governance from Bochum International Institute for Peace, Governance & Development Studies in Africa (BIIPGADSA). • Certificate in Peace Justice and Liberty from Global Institute of Peace, Justice, and Liberty (GIPJAL).
  3. 3. 3 Conferences, Webinars and Workshops • 21st – 27th October 2022: Attended Summer School 2022 on Decoloniality Pathways organized by BOKU, African Centre for Technological Studies, Egerton University and University of Innsbruck held at Egerton University. • 17th -20th October 2022: I was part of the committee responsible for preparation and organizing 2nd Africa UNINET General Meeting at Egerton University • 15th September 2022: Attended Global Landscape Forum (GLF) Africa 2022 Digital Conference on “How to build an equitable, resilient future food” organized by Global Landscape Foundation. • Attended Webinar on Agriculture and Wetlands organized by The Ramsar Convention on Wetlands. • 28th April 2022: Attended Webinar on Using the UN Biodiversity Lab to Monitor the Pulse of the Planet organized by NASA. • 21st to 23rd April: Attended African Youth Summit on Biodiversity organized by GYBN Africa. • 5th April 2022: Attended Webinar on African Aquaculture: Challenges and opportunities organized by Global Alliance. • 30th & 31st March 2022: Participated in Peace Sharing Forum (PSF) organized Global Peace Foundation. • 24th March 2022: Attended Webinar on How Communities are mitigating Disaster Risk in a changing climate organized by Save the Water. • 24th March 2022: Attended Bird Monitoring in Africa Workshop by Birdlife International. • 23rd March 2022: Attended webinar on Reporting on adaptation in the agriculture and land use sectors: Adaptation metrics and the potential use of SDG indicators by Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. • 17th March 2022: Attended webinar on Climate Change and Disaster Risk by Save the Water. • 10th March 2022: Attended webinar on Having More Effective Conversations about Climate Change by Save the Water. • 3rd March 2022: Attended Youth for The Rhine workshop on Water Challenges in the Rhine Basin. • 22nd, 23rd and 24th February 2022: Attended ICAP workshop on Challenges and Opportunities for Carbon Pricing in Africa. • 3rd February 2022: Attended webinar on Human contributions to the climate crisis by Save the Water. • July 2021: Attended Career Development Workshop organized by Save The Elephants (STE). • November 2019: Training on qualitative and quantitative data collection and data analysis from Coffey international. • November 2018: Training on research project and data management by Coffey international.
  4. 4. 4 Certifications March 2022: Certified KBA and KBA Advanced Practitioner Membership Affiliations SDG 6 Integrated Water Resources Management Community (Global Water Partnership) Nairobi Climate Network Kenya Red cross-Membership Number 2200001681 Work Experience July 2022 to November 2022 (Contract) Lead Consultant- Climate Action and Sustainable Living Working Group (YOUNGA 2022) - BridgingTheGap Ventures Duties and Responsibilities • Serve as a liaison between Climate Action and Sustainable Living Working Group Members and the Bridging TheGap team. • Professionally collaborate and communicate with fellow Leaders of Climate Action and Sustainable Living Working Group. • Lead Working Group meetings. • Provide updates on progress and identify any obstacles to the Bridging TheGap team (i.e. meetings with the Bridging TheGap team, two-way communications). • Responsible for ensuring your Climate Action and Sustainable Living Working Group meets deadlines set by the Bridging TheGap team. • Facilitate discussions around key issues for Climate Action and Sustainable Living Working Group and ways to take action. • Spearhead the creation of the policy recommendations for Climate Action and Sustainable Living section of the 2022 Youth Delegate Communiqué. November 2021 to June 2022 (Contract) Conservation Officer-Africa Birdlife International Duties and Responsibilities • Supporting convening essential meetings in the division and follow-up of their outputs. These may include quarterly divisional, inter-program, flagship initiatives, and topical discussion meetings. • Support in the management of projects/programs and fundraising efforts for conservation initiatives. • Support in other general duties delegated by the Head of Conservation. • Supporting in monitoring and managing funded portfolio of species projects: Liben Lark in Ethiopia, White-winged Flufftail in South Africa, Lilian’s Lovebird in Malawi, Spotted Ground Thrush in Malawi, etc.
  5. 5. 5 • Supporting in driving of efforts and discussions to plan and raise resources for sustaining conservation actions for priority species e.g., Liben Lark, Long-billed Forest Warbler, Djibouti Francolin. • Support collation of information to assess Birdlife partnership impact and gaps in conservation of priority bird species/groups in Africa, and partner support needs. January 2021 to November 2021 Program Officer Tetra Tech Duties and Responsibilities • Supporting implementation of tetra tech strategic plans. • Supporting drafting of proposals to fundraise for programme implementation. • Ensuring constant meetings are convened to provide adequate platform for engagement between all stakeholders. Actively building relationships between government, civil societies, policy makers, local communities, and all relevant institutions. • Coordinating activities of tetra Tech Company on research, capacity building and networking in Eastern counties in Kenya. • Supported senior staff on projects including drafting documents and guidance. • Conducting literature searches, partial data analysis, method development, calculations, and research support on longer-term research projects. August 2019 to Date December 2020 Assistant Researcher Coffey International Development Duties and Responsibilities • Undertaking qualitative and qualitative data collection. • Conducting interviews with key government officials and local leaders. • Analyzing all data collected from the field. • Conducting surveys across nine semi-arid counties to determine hot spot areas prone to human wildlife conflict. • Creating evidence-based creative approaches towards forming a sustainable landscape restoration model in Northern Kenya. • Developing unique focus group discussions with community members.
  6. 6. 6 March 2016 to July 2019 Graduate Assistant Researcher Karatina University Duties and Responsibilities • Played a critical role in developing detailed research plan and ensuring quality data and information is available to support quarterly, mid-term and end year reviews of the livelihoods of Magutu Ward residents. • Provided leadership in the design and implementation of the research in the field and office. • Worked closely with the field officers to provide technical leadership in the documentation of the research study. • Took charge in implementing and ensuring field officers’ compliance with all applications and systems such as activities, output, outcome, and budget monitoring. • Conducted interviews with community members and key stakeholders. • Offered Administrative and logistical assistance to the project where I was particularly involved in coordinating data collection using GPS and questionnaires. • Ensured regular and timely updates of data collection and participated in both qualitative and quantitative data analysis, report writing and dissemination of key findings. • Supervised and trained field officers on research skills including data collection, data management and report writing. Referees Prof Nzula Kitaka Gilbert Nyalienya Dr.Sebastian Njagi Vice President Research Manager Lead Researcher Africa UNINET Amref Health Africa Tetra Tech Cell: 0722275856 Cell: 0721450410 Cell: 0720953288 Email: Email: Email: nkitaka@egerton.ac.ke nyalienyagilbert@gmail.com srnjagi@gmail.com

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