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.