Visit to Kenyatta University by German team from ISOE and FiW
Millennial Global Transformation: From the Physical to the Anthropocene, Essays in honour of Prof Celia Nyamweru
Professor Celia Nyamweru receiving a gift from the Chairman, Dr. Shadrack Murimi.

Alex N. Nthiwa

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Title/Qualifications:PhD (Ongoing); MSc GIS and RS for Urban Planning and Management; BA Urban and Regional Planning
Department/Unit/Section: Geography
Contact Address: Department of Geography, Kenyatta University; P. O. Box 43844- 00100,Nairobi
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Position: Tutorial Fellow

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Area of Specialization: GIS, Remote Sensing, Urban Planning
Research Interests: Use of innovative geo information techniques to understand how vulnerable urban communities respond to challenges and build resilience, urban poverty, residential and socio-economic segregation
Research

  • Alex Nthiwa, 2011, Modeling scale and the effects of the modifiable areal unit problem on multiple deprivation in Istanbul, Turkey
  • Alex Nthiwa, 2008, An evaluation of the Kenya Slum Upgrading Programme

Consultancy and community service

  • Alex Nthiwa, Eng. Maina Kiambigi,PLENG LTD,2013:Safety and security of the built environment within the Nairobi Metropolitan Region
  • Alex Nthiwa, Eng. Maina Kiambigi,PLENG LTD,2012:Digital and topographical mapping of Alijungur Town, Daadab
  • Maina Kiambigi,Alex Nthiwa,Hilda Mwai    PLENG LTD,2013:Development of a development control code for Nairobi Metropolitan Region

Last Updated on Friday, 02 December 2016 10:30

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