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Professional Services

2015- 2016: Mapping of Customer Meters and Low Voltage Network for Kenya Power & Lighting Company Ltd.

2015: Establishment and Commissioning of a GIS Lab for the National Land Commission including the provision of GIS software, hardware, training and capacity building.

2015: Development of an Integrated Information Management System (IIMS) for Multilateral Environment Agreements namely United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity (UNCBD), United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD) and Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs)

2014-2015: Consultancy services for the development of a Geographic Information System for Ministry of Devolution & Planning – Directorate of Arid and Semi-Arid Lands (ASAL).

2013: Development of a GIS for the National Irrigation Board covering 8 irrigation schemes namely Hola, Bura, Katilu, Bunyala, Mwea, South West Kano, Ahero and Pekerra.

2012 – 2013: Development of a GIS for the National AIDS Control Council covering the pilot counties of Embu, Kisumu and Mombasa

2012: Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis – Service Level Mapping of Mavoko Municipality with a view to identifying the extent to which communities perceive services related to infrastructure provision, communication, education and health. The main objective of the exercise being to advance sustainable urban development that benefits all residents, including those living in informal settlements.

2011: Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) – Development of a Geographic Information System for the management of transport infrastructure within the COMESA region.

2009 – 2011: Uganda Electricity Transmission Company  (UETCL) – Development of a Geographic Information System for the management of electricity transmission for UETCL, including training and capacity development for UETCL staff as well as the development of maps showing the electricity distribution network for the entire country. The decision to invest in a multipurpose GIS system will help the company adequately meet its proposed programmes for system expansion; store new and old network data inherited from the Uganda Electricity Board that dates back to 1948 and enhance data security. The GIS will also help in issues such as data accessibility, analysis and integration to enhance efficiency.

2009: School Mapping Project – Phase II: The overall objective of the consultancy was to carry out spatial analysis using the database of educational institutions created in 2007. This was with a view of assessing how far the present educational services satisfy the objectives of the educational policy by integrating demographic and enrolment projections for the period 2008 to 2015. The demographic analysis carried out enabled the generation of population projection data for the years 2008 to 2015. Projections were also done for enrolments, teachers & classrooms by province for ECDE, primary and secondary education levels between the years 2008 to 2015 using the 2007 school mapping base year data. Thematic maps generated as part of this consultancy illustrate the spatial distribution of the key education indicators such as Pupil Teacher Ratio, School Size, Class Size, Pupil Toilet Ratio, Gender Parity Index, Net Enrolment Rate and Gross Enrolment Rate. The education and spatial analyses performed allowed the identification of patterns, relationships and trends that will be used to inform the development and implementation of the education policy. For example, regions where glaring inequalities and/or disparities exist in provision of education across the country were identified. By comparing the mapped education indicators with national education standards and norms, regions with surplus and/or shortage of learning facilities were also identified. The analyses carried out distinguished between public & private educational institutions.

2009: Indoor Residual Spray Mapping: Creating a GIS database to be used by the Division of Malaria Control for Indoor Residual Spraying in 16 Malaria Endemic Districts in Kenya.

2007: Ministry of Education: School Mapping Project Phase I focussed on mapping of all educational institutions in Kenya. A total of 72,465 educational institutions were mapped.

2006: Communications Commission of Kenya: Development of a Communications GIS.

2005: WWF – EARPO: Data preparation and compilation, development of an ArcReader project, and production of base-maps for the Rwenzori Conservation Area.

2004: UN HABITAT – Kenya: Development of a website and SQL database for Global Urban Observatory (GUO)

2002: Institute for Education in Democracy – Kenya: Development of an electoral database for Kenya

2001: ILRI – Kenya: Offered consulting services towards the mapping of poverty and livestock in East Africa

1999-2001: FAO Africover Eastern Africa – Kenya: Assisted in the development of an integrated landcover and landform database from satellite image interpretation

1999-2000: UNEP – Kenya – Development, maintenance and update of the STAP-GEF Web-site, with dynamic access to the STAP Roster of Experts Database

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