Africa, East – Philip Nyangweso
Prof. Philip M. Nyangweso is the current Director of Academic Affairs at Moi University, Odera Akang’o Campus College. He is the immediate former Chairman of the Department of Agricultural Economics and Resource Management, Moi University, Kenya. He is an Associate Professor of Agricultural Economics in the Department of Agricultural Economics and Resource Management, Moi University, Kenya.
He is a council member of the International Farm Management Association representing Eastern Africa and has attended and presented papers in the last 3 IFMA Congresses. He is the immediate former president of the Africa Farm Management Association and a Council Member of the African Farm Management Association.
He has published more than 54 articles in internationally refereed publications. He has supervised and mentored more than 30 postgraduate students. He joined Moi University in March 2004 after serving in various capacities and stations in the Kenyan Ministry of Agriculture.
Prior to joining the University, Prof. Nyangweso worked as a Senior Agricultural Officer in the Ministry of Agriculture where he executed government advisory services on various community development projects with special focus on Agricultural Marketing and Extension.
Apart from teaching and supervision of both undergraduate and graduate students, his research interests are: Agriculture and Food Policy, Agricultural Marketing, International Trade and Household Food Security, Microeconomic and Macroeconomic Modelling, Farm and agribusiness management. He was consulted in 2010 as an expert on Agriculture and Food Policy by the Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) which was in the process of formulating a Regional Agriculture and Food Policy.
Philip joined IFMA Council in 2013