Prof. Fuchaka Waswa



:Associate Professor.
Department/Unit/Section: Agricultural Resources Management
Contact Address: P.O. Box 43844-00100
Position: Associate Professor
Area of Specialization: Specialisation – Agricultural Land Management

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Publications (Papers, Books and Book Chapters)

  1. Ayaa D, D. and F. Waswa. (2016): Role of indigenous knowledge systems in the conservation of the bio-physical environment among the Teso community in Busia County-Kenya. African journal of Environmental Science and Technology. 10 (12) 467-475, DOI: 10.5897/AJEST 2016.2182, ISSN 1996-0786.
  2. Mwoga M G. Obando J and Waswa F. (2015). Perceptions and Truism of Climate Variability within Smallholder Farming Communities in Meru County, Kenya. Journal of Scientific Research & Reports. 9(1): 1-12. DOI: 10.9734/JSRR/2015/20239.
  3. Mwoga M. G, Waswa F and Obando, J. (2015): Emerging Land Use Changes-Climatic Variability Nexus in Meru County, Kenya. Journal of Environment and Earth Science, ISSN 2225-0948 (Online).
  4. Makoti A and Waswa F. (2015). Rural Community Coping Strategies with Drought-Driven Food Insecurity in Kwale County, Kenya. Journal of Food Security. Vol. 3, No.3, 87-93. Available at DOI:10.12691/jfs-3-3-4
  5. Barasa M and Waswa F. (2015). Effects of Returnees Re-Integration on the Livelihoods of Host Communities in Leer County, South Sudan. International Journal of African and Asian Studies, Vol.13: 10-19.
  6. Waswa F. 2015: Referendum Clamour: Time to Amend the “20% Flaws” in the 2010 Constitution. December Issue. Gitobu Imanyara and Company.
  7. Waswa F. 2015: The Ultimate Solution to Industrial Actions in Kenya. The Platform for Law, Justice and Society. August, No. 9. Pg 59-60, Gitobu Imanyara and Company.
  8. Waswa F. 2015: Demystifying Religious Radicalism, Fundamentalism and Extremism. The Platform for Law, Justice and Society. June, No. 7. Pg 5, Gitobu Imanyara and Company.
  9. Waswa F., Kilalo C K and Mwasaru M. (2014). Sustainable Community Development: Dilemma of Options in Kenya. Palgrave Macmillan, USA. (DOI:10.1057/9781137497413.0001); ISBN: 978-1-137-49739-0.
  10. Waswa, F and Mutisya, E. (2014). Maximizing on Strategic Partnerships for Eradicating Slums and Human Deprivation in Kenya’s Cities, African Journal of Sustainable Development, (Special Edition). Vol 4, No 3 151-168., ISSN: 2315-6317.
  11. Waswa F and Netondo G W. (2014). Integrating Sustainability Ethics in Commercial Sugarcane Farming in the Lake Victoria Basin, Kenya. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. 2 (1): 01-18, ISSN 2334-2312 (on-line).
  12. Mutinda N R., Waudo J & Waswa F. (2013). From National to Regional Tourism Development Focus in Kenya: Examining the Challenges and Opportunities, Tourism Planning & Development, 10:1, 99-109.
  13. Mutinda R., Waudo J. and Waswa F. (2012). Examining Kenya’s Tourist Destinations’ Appeal: The Perspectives of Domestic Tourism Market. Journal of Tourism and Hospitality,
  14. Waswa F and Swaleh S. (2012): Faculty Opinions on emerging Corporatization in Public Universities in Kenya, Herald Journal of Education and General Studies ( )
  15. Waswa F, Gweyi-Onyango, J P and Mcharo, M. (2012). Contract Sugarcane Farming and Farmers’ Incomes in the Lake Victoria Basin, Kenya, Journal of Applied Biosciences 52: 3685 – 3695. ISSN 1997-5902,
  16. Waswa F, Netondo W, Maina W and Naisiki T (eds). (2011): Commercial Sugarcane Farming in the Lake Victoria Basin: Quandary of Opportunities. Fountain Publishers, Kampala,, ISBN 978-9970-25-091-2.
  17. Netondo, G. W; Waswa, F; Maina, L; Naisiko, T., Ngaira, J.K. and Masayi, N. (2010). Agrobiodiversity endangered by sugarcane farming in Mumias and Nzoia sugarbelts of Western Kenya. African Journal of Environment, Science and Technology. Vol. 4 (7), pp. 437-445, ISSN 1991-637X:

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