Dr. Stephen Mureithi, a lecturer and researcher at the Department of Land Resources Management and Agricultural Technology (LARMAT), University of Nairobi (UoN) and Prof. Pascal Boeckx of Ghent University, Belgium led over 20 stakeholders in a just concluded inception workshop on “Improved management for nitrate pollution in the Lake Victoria catchment of Kenya". The workshop was officially opened Prof. G. Kironchi, Chairman, and LARMAT and took place on 24th and 25th January 2017 at Kisumu hotel, Kisumu. In his remarks he highlighted that, “We should focus in enriching the resources available and involvement of more stakeholders through sustainable projects”.
This VLIR-UOS project hosted in the department of LARMAT and its goal is on “Capacity building in application of state of the art isotopic techniques for nitrate pollution sources apportionment in the Lake Catchment coupled to policy and decision support tools for improved nitrate pollution management"
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