Caleb Analo

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Caleb Analo


Contact details:

Postal address: P. O. Box 143, 50100 Kakamega, Kenya


Mobile: +254 (0)721 55 11 50 or +254 (0)734 86 44 20

Place of birth:

Ivakele village Ivakel
Sub location Kambiri
Location Ileho
Division Shinyalu Constituency Kakamega
East district Kakamega County


Ivakale Primary School: 1974-1983 (Certificate of Primary Education, CPE)

Bungoma Town High School: 1984-1987 (Kenya Certificate of Education, KCE)

Kenya Wildlife Service Training Institute: 2007-2009 (Diploma in Wildlife Management)

Training courses:

Parataxonomy course by National Museums of Kenya and Kenya Indigenous Forest Conservation (KIFCON)

Basic First Aid Course by Kenya Red Cross Society Kakamega

Forest Ecology Course by Kenya Indigenous Forest Conservation (KIFCON) and National Museums of Kenya

Introductions to communication skills course by Elsa Conservation Trust Naivasha

Bird and habitat monitoring course by Nature Kenya / National Museum of Kenya / Darwin Initiative

Training of Trainers course by Nature Kenya / National Museum of Kenya / Darwin Initiative

Monitoring and Evaluation course by InWent International Germany

And many other short courses


1992-2000: Free-lanced Naturalist Guide at Kakamega Forest

2001-2010: Research Assistant with BIOTA EAST AFRICA for pollination biology

Since 2010: STEP SITE MANAGER- Kenya Pollination Project (National Museum of Kenya)

Other duties:

Voluntary Environmental Conservationist with Kakamega Environmental Education Programme (KEEP)

Local and international topical talks about nature conservation in general

Project management, monitoring and evaluation consultancy

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Farmer Field School (FFS): Farmers learn all the crop life cycle, particularly on farm, as we monitor a number of things including seed viability, plant survival and pollination processes.

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