Dr. Stellah Mukhovi is a post-doctoral scholar with a background in human geography (Agricultural Geography) with research interests in food and nutrition security, rural livelihoods, gender issues in agriculture, food policy analysis, and urban and rural food systems sustainability with particular interest in social-ecological resilience. Also working on participatory transformation of food systems, Sustainable Land Management, Climate Smart Agriculture, and climate change adaptation.
Comparative analysis of time and monetary opportunity costs of human-wildlife conflict in Amboseli and Mt. Kenya Ecosystems, Kenya
Food system transformation through community-led innovations: The case of a smallholder farming community in Makueni County, Kenya. AESS 2021: Community, commitment, collaboration: Moving toward a just future
Transformations towards food sustainability using the participatory Food Sustainability Assessment Framework (FoodSAF)
The Perception of Rural Households on Climate Change Effect on Rural Livelihoods in Lake Victoria Basin