Fredrick Omondi Ochieng has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Anthropology from the University of Nairobi as well as Masters degree in Gender Development from the same University. He is also a trained QMS professional. He has been an Assistant Lecturer at Egerton University since 2010. He has developed and evaluated curriculum for teaching as well as teach several course units in the Institute of Women Gender and Development Department Studies at Egerton University.
Fredrick has a wide knowledge in socio-economic analysis as well as expertise in Monitoring and Evaluation of programmes. He has assisted in developing programmes at community level under the Millennium Development Goals, Human rights and governance issues. He has helped develop applied research, gender responsive training and the development tools to carry out successful training on gender and governance, Gender and human rights, strategic planning and HIV/AIDS management.
- Socio-cultural dynamic and their relations to development in African communities
- Access to, retention and progression of girls within the formal education system in Kenya
- Socio-cultural and economic impediments to women’s participation in the fishing value chain economy
- Youth vulnerability and participation in security and conflicts and conflict situations in Africa