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Anthony M. Wanjohi

Director of Projects and Research - Projects and Research Unit at Kenya Projects Organization | Nairobi , Kenya

Business, Education, Environmental Studies
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Open to collaboration.


Education, Business, Environmental Studies
Research Keywords:
Project monitoring and evaluation (M&E), Project implementation, Project planning and management, Research theoretical frameworks, Research publication, Research planning, Research and development, Quantitative research methods, Qualitative research methods,Data collection, Data coding and analysis, Business entrepreneurship, Business strategy, Business performance monitoring, Business management, Business strategizing
Collaboration interests:
Looking forward towards collaborating with other researchers and students of research in the fields of project management, education and research. I provide mentorship in project planning and management, research and publishing.
Anthony is the founder and Director of Projects & Research at Kenya Projects Organization (KENPRO). He holds postgraduate qualifications in Project Planning and Management, Education and Research. He is a Monitoring, Evaluation, Research and Learning (MERL) specialist. As the Director of Projects and Research at KENPRO, Anthony has directed various research projects, trained, mentored and supervised students of research and project management at individual and institutional levels. He has also written and published a number of educational books and research papers in peer reviewed and refereed journals.

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