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Helicopter research and its effects on project sustainability

A conversation with Nicholas Outa

Published onMar 24, 2022
Helicopter research and its effects on project sustainability

Nicholas Outa is a PhD student at Maseno University, Kenya. Currently, he is researching The Potential of Freshwater Integrated multi-trophic Aquaculture (FIMTA) in Lake Victoria to help reduce the negative environmental impacts of Cage aquaculture in the lake. He is a Trainer in Scientific Writing and Publishing at TCC-Africa, Access 2 Perspectives, and founder of WritingHub Africa, which trains and mentors students and early career researchers on Scientific communication and Data analysis. Mr. Outa is a champion and campaigner for Open Science, a moderator at AfricArXiv, and a Reviewer for several journals in the areas of Fisheries, Aquaculture, and Aquatic Sciences.  

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Twitter: @nichouta

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Nicholas Outa doing his thing”

This is when I was washing utensils during a training session. This is in one of the projects I am part of. The project trains farmers on the value addition and nutritive benefits of fish in Kenya.


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