Dr. Maurice Oduor Josphat Omollo

Lecturer, Geography. SASO - School Academic and Students’ Officer

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Areas of Academic interests

Settlements, urbanization, environmental and development geographies

Academic Qualifications

PhD (Urban Geography and Planning) – Kenyatta University, 2016

MA (Settlement Geography) – Kenyatta University, 2000

BA (Geography and Sociology) – Kenyatta University, 1995


2013 Book Chapter 5; Maurice O. J. Omollo on Violence and its Effects on Informal Settlements in Kenya: A Strategy of Subduing the Slum People of Nairobi, Kenya in Politics, Governance and Development in Africa: Retrospection of Fifty Years of Self Rule, Published by Research, the Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA), Nairobi, Kenya. ISBN: 978-9966-015-63-1

8 June, 2012: Book Chapter; Maurice O.J. Omollo on Substance Use and Prevention among Secondary School Students in Nairobi in Terroirs – Volume 8, Numéro 1-2/2012. Jean-Marc Ela et Séverin Ćécile Abega: Un engagement scientifique. ISBN 9782811106805. Pgs 161-179. Available at http://www.karthala.com/terroirs/2570-terroirs-volume-8-numero-1-2-2012-jean-marc-ela-et-severin-cecile-abega-un-engagement-scientifique-782811106805.htm

July 2008: Paper; Maurice O.J. Omollo and Prof. L.M. Kisovi on Tapping into attitude changes for sustainable residential waste management in Mombasa municipality in the Chemchemi International Journal of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences of Kenyatta University Vol. 5 Number 1, 2008. ISBN 1563 – 1023. Pgs 124-135

December 2006: University Module; Maurice O.J. Omollo and Dr. S.K. Wambugu, Geography of Development for the Institute of Open Learning, Kenyatta University.

November 2003 to 2005: A report of a research funded by Organisation of Social Science Research in Eastern and Southern Africa on Prevention of Substance Abuse among Secondary School Students in Nairobi, Kenya.