Articles

Dr. Paul Orina

Dr. Paul Orina  holds a PhD in Zoology (Aquatic Ecology) from the University of Eldoret, MPhil Zoology (Aquatic Ecology) from Moi University and BSc. Zoology from University of Eastern Africa, Baraton. Paul is currently the Station Coordinator/Head of Research KMFRI Sagana at National Aquaculture Research Development and Training Center.

Dr. Paul  previously worked in the following positions;

  1. Research Officer – NARDTC-Sagana in Culture Systems Engineering, Catfish propagation and management, Fish Health and Fish strain improvement.
  2. Assistant Research officer- KMFRI Lake Turkana Station as a team leader in researching on fish parasites.
  3. Assistant Research officer- KMFRI Lake Naivasha Station looking into Environmental Monitoring and Evaluation.

He previously worked under capture fisheries in lakes Turkana and Naivasha specifically on fish parasites. In Turkana he was involved in many stakeholder meetings under the funding of World Vision- Kenya addressing social and economic challenges facing fishermen and traders. He is currently playing a major role on the implementation of various aquaculture funded projects including KAPAP, ASARECA and NCST.

CONSULTANCY SERVICES ON ESTABLISHMENT OF PRIVATE HATCHERIES

Kitengela Aquafish Farm, Kajiado- Kenya: Fish Farm Project Business Plan Development and Project Implementation (Design and Construction and Stocking of Ponds).

2011:    Jitihada Fish Farm, Box 4928, Kisumu-Kenya: Nile Tilapia and African Catfish Fish Farm Project Business Plan Development and Project Implementation (Hatchery and Earthen Fish Ponds Design and Construction and Stocking of Ponds).

2011:    Kangocho Farm, Dondori-Nakuru-Kenya: Nile Tilapia Fish Farm Project Business Plan Development and Project Implementation (Hatchery and Liner Fish Ponds Design and Construction and Stocking of Ponds).

2011:   Spectre International-Kenya: Feasibility Study and Business plan for Spectre International Aquaculture Investment, Kisumu, Kenya.

2011:   Association of Fish Farmers in Holland- Aquaculture Business Opportunities in Kenya

2014:   Meru Vision Hatchery: Feasibility Study and Business plan and implementation of project for Nile Tilapia and African Catfish Hatchery.

2015:   Rwasave Commercial Fish Farm, Rwanda- Tendered for renovation and implementation of project for Rwandan Government to Commercial Status (Awaiting)

PUBLICATION:

Safina Musa, Paul Sagwe Orina, Christopher Mulanda Aura, Rodrick Kundu, Erick Ochieng Ogello, Jonathan Mbonge Munguti (2014). The Effects of Dietary Levels of Protein and Greenhouse on Growth, Behaviour and Fecundity of Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus L.) Broodstock. International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) ISSN (Online): 2319-7064.

Paul Sagwe Orina, Joseph Rasowo, Elijah Gichana, Benard Maranga, Harrison Charo-Karisa. Artificial Breeding Protocol and Optimal Breeding Environment for Labeo victorianus (Boulenger, 1901). International Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Studies 2014; 1(6): 138-143

Paul S. Orina, Joseph O. Rasowo, Mary A. Opiyo, Pricilla Boera, Jacob Abwao, Harrison Charo-Karisa. Optimization of seed and broodstock transport densities for improved survival of African carp (Labeo victorianus, Boulenger, 1901). International Journal of Chemical Studies ISSN: 2321-4902, Volume 2 Issue 2.

Jacob O. Abwao, Priscilla N. Boera, Jonathan M. Munguti, Paul S. Orina and Erick O.

Ogello. The potential of periphyton based aquaculture for nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus L.) production. a review. International Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Studies 2014; 2(1): 147-152

Orina S. Paul, Maina Joyce, Wangia Sabina, Karuri E, Mbuthia P, Omolo Bethuel, Osure O. George, Safina Musa and Jonathan M. Munguti (2014). Situational Analysis Of Nile Tilapia And African Catfish Hatcheries Management: A Case Study Of Kisii And Kirinyaga Counties In Kenya. Livestock Research for Rural Development Volume 26 (5).

Orina P.S., Opiyo, M.A., Charo-Karisa, H. (2013). Optimization of Seed and Broodstock Transport Densities for Improved Survival of Cultured Nile Tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus, L 1758). International Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Studies 2014; 1(5): 157-161

Charo-Karisa, H., Opiyo, M. A. Obiero, K, Yongo, E. Orina, P., Munguti, J. M. (2013). Optimizing aquaculture productivity through enhanced seed, feed and appropriate technology development in Kenya.

Yongo, E. Opiyo, M. A., Munguti J.M., Kyule, D., Orina, P.S, Obiero, K., and Charo-Karisa. H. (2013). Mobilizing the aquaculture sector for economic and sustainable growth: Case study of Vihiga, Kirinyaga and Kilifi Counties in the republic of Kenya.

Wainaina, M., Opiyo, M.A., Orina, P. S. and Charo-Karisa, H. (2013). Growth performance of different sizes at stocking of Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus L.) fingerlings cultured in semi-intensive ponds.

Orina P., Mirera D. & Charo-Karisa H. (2012). Culture Systems in Kenya. An Overview.

Safina Musa1, Christopher Mulanda Aura, George Owiti, Betty Nyonje, Paul Orina & Harrison Charo-Karisa (2012). Fish farming enterprise productivity program (FFEPP) as an impetus to Oreochromis niloticus (L.) farming in Western Kenya: Lessons to learn. African Journal of Agricultural Research Vol. 7(8), pp. 1324-1330.

 

Paul Sagwe Orina, Joseph Rasowo, Okoth E. Oyoo, Safina Musa & Harrison Charo-Karisa (2012). Combined Effects of Photoperiod and Temperature on Growthand Survival of African Catfish (Clarias gariepinus, Burchell 1822) Larvae Under Laboratory Conditions. Journal of Applied Aquaculture. UNDER REVIEW

Charo-Karisa H., Munguti J., Ouma H., Masai M.D., Opiyo M., Orina P. & Okechi J. (2011). A fish farmer’s manual for beginners, students and hatchery managers.

Elijah Oyoo-Okoth, Mucai Muchiri, Charles C. Ngugi, Elizabeth W. Njenga, Veronica Ngure, Paul S. Orina, Emily C. Chemoiwa and Bernard K. Wanjohi (2011). Zooplankton partitioning in a tropical alkaline-saline endorheic Lake Nakuru, Kenya: Spatial and temporal trends in relations to the environment. Lakes & Reservoirs: Research and Management 16:1-13.

Charo-Karisa, H., Orina P.S., Opiyo, M.A., Munguti J., Nyonje B. (2010). Teaching Curriculum Development for Hatchery Managers and Fish Farmers in Kenya.

Oyoo-Okoth E., Wim A., Osano O., Kraak H.S., Ngure V., Makwali J. & Orina P.S. (2010). Use of the fish endoparasite Ligula intestinalis (L., 1758) in an intermediate cyprinid host (Rastreneobola argentea) for biomonitoring heavy metal contamination in Lake Victoria, Kenya. Lakes & Reservoirs: Research and Management 15: 63–73.

 

 

 

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