Dr Titus Chemandwa Ndiwa

Dr. Ndiwa is a Lecturer at the Department of Clinical Studies, under Wildlife Management and Conservation Section. He worked at the National Museums of Kenya as a Research Scientist before joining University of Nairobi as a lecturer in 2016. Ndiwa has research interests in the field of population genetics, aquatic ecology and conservation.

Dr Titus Chemandwa Ndiwa

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Wanja, ND, Agn├Ęse J-F, Ford AGP, Day JJ, Ndiwa TC, Turner GF, Getahun A.  2021.  Identifying and conserving Tilapiine cichlid species in the twenty-first century. : Springer
Wanjira, J, Ndiwa TC, Gichuki N, Wykstra M.  2021.  Evaluating the efficacy of flashing lights in deterring livestock attacks by predators: a case study of Meibae Community Conservancy, Northern Kenya. East African Journal of Science, Technology and Innovation. 2(3)



Ndiwa, TC, Nyingi D, Wemali E, Yusuf HA.  2017.  Seafood value chains and mangrove restoration in Mida Creek. In Leew J, Koech G, Yaye A, Nyongesa J. 2017. A review of best practice in the Horn of Africa with biodiversity based value chain development for pro-poor biodiversity conservation. , Nairobi: ICRAFbiodiversity-based_value_chains-_14122017.pdf


Ndiwa, TC, Nyingi D, Claude J, Agnese JF.  2016.  Morphological variations of wild populations of Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) living in extreme environmental conditions in the Kenyan Rift-Valley. Environmental Biology of Fishes. 99(5):473-485.



Ndiwa, TC, Mwangi BM, Kairu E, Kaluli JW, Nyingi D.  2012.  Physicochemical Characteristics of Undrainable water dams utilised for fish rearing in the Semi-arid Naromoru area, Central Kenya.. Journal of Agriculture, Science and Technology. 14(2(2012)):45-55.


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