Frederick Juma Ouma
Fredrick is an Aquaculture Fellow with over 10 years of experience in dissemination of agricultural technologies and community development. In 2018, he founded Hydro Victoria Fish Hatchery Farm, a social entrepreneurship institution directly driving livelihoods of 2,130 smallholder farmers and indirectly impacting 10,560 people in households through insect-biocircular economy, fish-poultry feed and seeds. The initiative won a results-based-loan from Kenya Climate Ventures (Business School-Strathmore University) funded by EU-Embassy of Denmark. Previously, he worked with Kickstart International, Africa Development Solutions and ACDIVOCA-USA as monitoring, evaluation and learning manager in northern Kenya. Fredrick is a member of Steering Research and Innovations for Global Goals team which won a two-year grant funded by UNDP and jointly implemented by University of Sussex and University of Pretoria in South Africa (Graduate School of Technology Management). He has a BSc in Environmental Science from Egerton University and an MSc. in Geospatial Information Systems and Remote Sensing from Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture Technology.