Title/Qualification: PhD

Department: Spatial and Environmental Planning

Designation/Position: LECTURER

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Area of Specialization: Public service provision; Gender dynamics, Natural Resource management

Research Interests: Resource value chain mapping, Natural resources vs livelihoods

ORCID ID https://orcid.org/0000-0002-9068-5714

ResearcherID: l-6753-2015

 

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Publications

Referred Journals

  • Muthee, K., Duguma, L., Majale, C., Mucheru-Muna, M., Wainaina, P. and Minang, P. (2022).  A Quantitative Appraisal of Selected Agroforestry Practices in Sub-Saharan Africa. Heliyon.
  • Amayi. M. K and Majale C. (2022) Voluntary approaches to water resource management among flower growing firms in Naivasha Sub County, Kenya. Current Research in Environmental Sustainability 4 (2022) 100140
  • Omedo, M.A., and Majale, C. (2022) Gender Dynamics and Human-Wildlife Conflicts in Maasai Mara Game Reserve, Kenya. East African Journal of Environment and Natural Resources, Volume 5, Issue 1, 2022
  • Nabango, H and Majale, C. (2022) Towards a Circular Economy: A Review on Asbestos Waste Management Regulations in Kenya. East African Journal of Environment and Natural Resources, Volume 5, Issue 1, 2022
  • Kinuthia H., Majale C. and Letema, S. (2021). Influence of public policy planning on peri-urban land speculation in (Greater) Eastern Bypass in Nairobi Metropolitan. Land Use Policy. 107 (2021) 105515
  • Mwangi, W.,   Kimani, E., Okong’o  G. and Majale C. (2021). A gendered perspective of knowledge of domestic solid waste management within informal settlement: A case of Kiandutu Informal Settlement, Kiambu County, Kenya. Journal of African Studies and Ethnographic Research, Volume 3, Issue 3, 2021
  • Loki M.,Aloyo P., Majale C. and Kigondu S. (2020). The Typology of Public Open Spaces: Classification and Challenges from Machakos Municipality, Machakos County, Kenya. International Journal of Advanced Research, Vol. 8, Issue 12,pp241-255.
  • Wekisa E. and Majale C. (2020). Spatial Distribution of Waste Collection Points and Their Implications on Quality of Life in Mombasa County, Kenya. Journal of Urban Management- Volume 9, Issue 2 ,Pp 250-260. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jum.2020.02.003
  • Majale C. Kitonga J. and Mugenya K. (2016). Waste Management Value Chain Mapping and Analysis in  Low Income Neighborhoods- Nairobi, Kenya. Journal of Solid Waste Technology and Management Vol. 42 No.4, pp278-286
  • Majale C. and Mireri, C. (2014). Cooperation among Small Urban Centres in the Lake Victoria basin as a Necessary Strategy for Managing Solid Waste: The Case of Kisii, Homa bay and Migori municipalities. International Journal of Environment and Waste Management Vol. 13, No.4, pp412-428.

Books and Books Chapters

Conference/Workshops/Seminar Papers

Conference Papers

  • Majale, C., Opinde, G. and Nygaard, I., 2023. Bringing light, connectivity and waste to local communities - A study of the post-consumption value chain for off-grid solar devices in Kenya- Page 379 14th IST Conference on Responsibility and Reflexivity in Transitions, 28th  August to 2nd September 2023 – Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development- Utrecht, Netherlands.-

     

  • Opinde, G., Majale, C. and Nygaard, I., 2023. Hibernation of off-grid solar e-waste in Kenya - An unintended response to an emerging waste issue- Page 206 14th IST Conference on Responsibility and Reflexivity in Transitions, 28th  August to 2nd September 2023 – Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development- Utrecht, Netherlands.

Workshops

  • Solid Waste management Trends in Urban Kenya in Naivasha, Kenya. On 27th November 2014 by UN-Habitat https://unhabitat.org/waste-management-key-to-poverty-alleviation-among-africas-youth
  • Transitioning to pathways of sustainable Development: The Case of Nairobi presented at Ain Shams University in Cairo- Egypt on 29th February 2016
  • Solar E-waste Governance in Kenya -Workshops in Nairobi 2021, 2022, 2023. Organised by Technical University of Denmark; University of Nairobi and Kenyatta University.
  • Air Quality Management and Science Training at Kenyatta University. By US Department of State and Columbia University, 14th to 18th August 2023
  • Design Thinking by KU in collaboration with Mount Kenya University- and Partner universities from Germany at Mount Kenya University , 2019
  • Course on Stakeholder Engagement, Influencing and Impact Course – Online by DANIDA, 2021
  • Course for Supervisors of Doctoral Candidates At African Universities by Centre For Research On Evaluation, Science and Technology- Online- 2022

Other Publications

Short communication in Journals:

  • Majale C. and Kitonga, J. (2015). Waste Management Value Chain Mapping and Analysis in Nairobi’s Low-Income Neighborhoods in:  A Glance at the World. Waste Management 43 (2015) I-IV.

Policy Brief:

  • Ulrich Elmer Hansen, Paul Kamau, Christine Majale, Caleb Mireri, David Mugendi, Ivan Nygaard, Godwin Opinde, Herbert Wamalwa, Martin Enevoldsen. 2023. Off-grid Solar Electronic Waste Management : Lessons from Kenya. Published by Technical University of Denmark

Research

  • 2021-2023: Solar E-waste Governance in Kenya Funded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark (research grant no. 20-M07DTU) and administered by Danida Fellowship Centre.

Funded Projects

  • 2021-2023: Solar E-waste Governance in Kenya Funded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark (research grant no. 20-M07DTU) and administered by Danida Fellowship Centre.