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Dr. Ndohvu holds BA, MA and PhD degrees from the University of Nairobi, Kenya. He serves as a lecturer (philosophy, human rights) at the University where he has worked for over 19 years now. Prior to being appointed lecturer, he served as a human resource/personnel officer in civil service. His research interests include political philosophy, philosophy and public-policy making, epistemology, ethics, and human rights.

His latest publication includes Mapping out the Identity of African Arts and Aesthetics, with J Situma, F Atoh, In Thought and Practice, 2016. He has co-edited critical academic works in human rights and peace study, latest:  Andreassen, BA, Ndohvu JB,and Tiberius Barasa (Eds).  Poverty and Human Rights: East African Experiences, Nairobi: Focus Publishers ltd, 2017

Ndohvu is founder-member of the Centre for Human Rights and Peace of the University of Nairobi where he also serves as the pioneer Coordinator of the centre.  The centre conducts research in human rights and peace, exchange programmes, linkages, research dissemination, and teaching. He has presided over the conception, growth and implementation of several Memoranda of  Understanding in human rights and peace education.

He has offered exemplary service in several other capacities. For example, he served as the Faculty of Arts Open and Distance Learning Programme Coordinator, Web champion of the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, Member of the Board of  Common Undergraduate courses and as Departmental Coordinator, and  as Chairman of the prestigious Senior Common Room of the University of Nairobi. He has participated in local and oversees symposia and training such as in Rwanda, South Africa and Tanzania.He has been actively involved in community service. For example, he is a passionate member of the Board of Management of Vanga youth polytechnic in his Kwale county, Kenya. He is also an experienced strategic management planner.


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