A scholar and practitioner in the field of Records and Archives Management, Prof. Wamukoya has carried out a wide range of consultancy and research work in records and archives management, and has widely published on the subject. He is the founder member and education advisor of the International Records Management Trust (IRMT). He has contributed immensely to good governance initiatives in Africa through his participation in records management improvement projects in various countries, including The Gambia, Ghana, Sierra Leone, Tanzania, Uganda, Botswana and Kenya. He has conducted successful workshops on decongestion, appraisal and restructuring of records systems in all of the above named countries.
In the year 2000, he facilitated two “Information for Accountability” workshops in Tanzania and Ghana respectively, organized jointly by Transparency International (TI) and the International Records Management Trust (IRMT).
In 2003, he facilitated at a video conference workshop on “Evidence-Based Governance in the Electronic Age” that brought together national archivists from around the Commonwealth, organized by the World Bank and IRMT in Johannesburg, South Africa, to discuss ways to improve the management of records and archives as part of the broader framework and agenda of public sector reforms.
Prof. Wamukoya and four other international researchers recently participated and successfully concluded a DFID funded Research project on pay and establishment. The project which begun in April 2006 was carried out in a number of countries, among them, Lesotho, Tanzania, Zambia, and Ghana.
Prof. Wamukoya served as a senior lecturer in the Department of Library and Information Studies, University of Botswana, from August 2003 to July 2007. He is currently a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Library, Records Management and Information Studies, School of Information Sciences, Moi University, Kenya where he taught for many years before going to University of Botswana.
He is currently spearheading a project on “Establishment of a Centre of Excellence in Electronic Records Management” to be based in Arusha, Tanzania, sponsored by African Union and ESAMI.Email:email@example.com
Cleophas is trained in records and archives management up to Masters level with a Bachelors Degree in Information Sciences. He has consulted for a number of institutions regarding records management including restructuring of record keeping systems, establishment of archives and review of records management policies and development of records management training curriculum. These include the Directorate of Personnel management (DPM) in Ministry of Public Service, Kenya; Kenya Commercial Bank and the Kenya Methodist University. He also works as a Librarian for a leading Banking Institution in Eastern Africa region. He has authored on records management and computer studies and also doubles as a trainer in records management.Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
Chrispine’s experience working with various online resources and computerized library & information management systems, including deployment and provision of user support and training on the same is well grounded. He has also been a regular participant at the Kenya Institute of Education (KIE) organised Curriculum Design/Review workshops for both Information Studies and Information Technology.Email:email@example.com
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