Mutisya, Emmanuel

ESDA/NGR Coordinator

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  • Emmanuel Mutisya
    INSTITUTE:
    UNU-IAS
    OFFICE:
    Jingumae 5-53-70, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-8925, Japan
    E-MAIL:
    mutisya@unu.edu
    PHONE:
    +81 (0)3-5467-1212
    NATIONALITY:
    Kenya

    Research Interests

    • Rural-urban linkage
    • Sustainability Science
    • Youth entrepreneurship for sustainable industrialization

    Education

    • Bachelor of Mathematics and Economics, Egerton University, Kenya
    • Master of Science in Mathematics, Karlstad University, Sweden
    • Master of Arts in Public Administration, International Christian University, Japan
    • Doctor of Sustainability Sciences, the University of Tokyo, Japan

    Biographical Statement

    Emmanuel Mutisya works on higher education, catalyzing next-generation researchers and and youth entrepreneurship for sustainable development in Africa. Prior to joining UNU, he was a Project Assistant Professor at The University of Tokyo’s Graduate Program in Sustainability Science, Global Leadership Initiative (GPSS-GLI), where he taught and supervised students and led research on Africa’s Sustainability.

    He coordinates the Next Generation of Researchers Group – a group of faculty members below the age of 40 years, who are expected to assume key roles in implementing the field-based and problem-solving oriented component of the ESDA Programme – as well as assume leadership in sustainability science research. He also coordinates the Africa Youth Entrepreneurship Initiative, a programme that fosters African young entrepreneurs and researchers for new industry development in support of sustainable industrialization. Dr. Mutisya’s research interests include sustainability science, higher education, rural-urban linkages, business and entrepreneurship, green growth, water and sanitation, climate change, renewable energy, and impact evaluations.

     

  • Articles

    • Mfune O., E. Mutisya, L. Popoola, D. Mungai, D. Fuh & O.E. Olayide (2016), Changing Rural Urban Linkages in Africa in a Globalizing Economy; AJSD Vol. 6 Num. 2, 2016, pp 109-134.
    • Shogo Kudo, Emmanuel Mutisya and Masafumi Nagao (2015). Population Aging in Developed and Developing Countries: An Emerging Research Agenda for Sustainable Development, Social Sciences Volume 4 Number 4, pp 940-966.
    • Gideon Baffoe and Emmanuel Mutisya (2015). Social sustainability: a review of indicators and empirical application, Environmental Management and Sustainable Development, Volume 4 Number 2, pp 242-262.
    • Oluoko-Odingo, Alice, Fadairo, Olushola, Ameyaw, Joana, Yiran, Gerald, Mutisya, Emmanuel, Mfune, Orleans, Fuh, Divine, Nyerere, Jackline and Sulemana, Nashiru (2014). Learning to Solve Africa's Problems by Africans: Innovations for Addressing the Canker of Corruption. African Journal of Sustainable Development, 4(3), 105-134
    • Gupta, L. N., Avtar, Ram, Kumar, Pankaj, Gupta, G. S., Verma, R. L., Sahu, Netrananda, Sil, Sourav, Jayaraman, Archana, Roychowdhury, Koel, Mutisya, Emmanuel, Sharma, Kamlesh and Singh, Sudhir Kumar (2014). A multivariate approach for water quality assessment of River Mandakini in Chitrakoot, India. Journal of Water Resource and Hydraulic Engineering, 3(1), 22-29
    • Fuchaka, Waswa and Mutisya, Emmanuel (2014). Maximising on Strategic Partnerships for Eradicating Slums and Human Deprivation in Kenya’s Cities. African Journal of Sustainable Development, 4(3), 151-168
    • Gupta, L. N., Avtar, Ram, Singh, Ameerjeet, Kumar, Pankaj, Mutisya, Emmanuel, Mohan, Geetha and Gupta, G. S. (2014). Assessment of Ganges River water quality at Allahabad: a case study for the event of Magha Mela. International Journal of Life Sciences, 8(3), 9-14
    • Mutisya, Emmanuel and Nagao, Masafumi (2014). The Role of Higher Education for Sustainable Development in Africa. African Journal of Sustainable Development, 4(3), 1-5
    • Mutisya, Emmanuel and Yarime, Masaru (2014). Moving towards urban sustainability in Kenya: a framework for integration of environmental, economic, social and governance dimensions. Sustainability Science, 9(2), 205-215
    • Nyerere, Jackline, Mfune, Orleans, Fuh, Divine, Sulemana, Nashiru, Mutisya, Emmanuel, Yiran, Gerald, Fadairo, Olushola, Ameyaw, Joana and Oluoko-Odingo, Alice (2014). The Role of Higher Education in Building a Sustainable African Society. African Journal of Sustainable Development, 4(3), 17-38
    • Oluoko-Odingo, Alice and Mutisya, Emmanuel (2014). Organic or Inorganic Agriculture: The Environmental Costs and Imperatives for African Agriculture. International Journal of Agriculture Innovations and Research, 2(6), 1101-1107
    • Mutisya, Emmanuel and Yarime, Masaru (2014). Microfinance for the Urban Bottom of the Pyramid Segment in Nairobi’s Kibera Slum in Kenya: Does Financial Training Impact on Sustainable Urban Development?. African Journal of Sustainable Development, 4(1), 1-15
    • Mutisya, E. and Yarime, M. (2014), Microcredit for the Development of the Bottom of the Pyramid Segment: Impact of Access to Financial Services on Microcredit Clients, Institutions and Urban Sustainability, Working Paper Series N° 199 African Development Bank, Tunis, Tunisia.
    • Jackline Nyerere, Orleans Mfune, Divine Fuh, Nashiru Sulemana, Emmanuel Mutisya,Gerald Yiran, Olushola Fadairo, Joana Ameyaw & Alice Odingo (2014). The Role of Higher Education in Building a Sustainable African Society, African Journal of Sustainable Development Volume 4 Number 3, pp 17-38.
    • Mutisya Emmanuel & Nagao Masafumi (2014), Next Generation Researchers as an engine for Asia-Africa Knowledge Sharing on Sustainable Development, Journal of Public Policy, Volume 8.
    • Alice Odingo, Olushola Fadairo, Joana Ameyaw, Gerald Yiran, Emmanuel Mutisya, Orleans Mfune, Divine Fuh, Jackline Nyerere, Nashiru Sulemana (2014). Learning to Solve Africa’s Problems by Africans: Innovations for Addressing the Canker of Corruption, African Journal of Sustainable Development Volume 4 Number 3, pp 105-134.
    • Waswa Fuchaka and Mutisya, Emmanuel (2014), Maximizing on Strategic Partnerships for Eradicating Slums and Human Deprivation in Kenya’s Cities, African Journal of Sustainable Development Volume 4 Number 3, pp 151-168.
    • Mutisya, Emmanuel and Nagao Masafumi (2014), The Role of Higher Education for Sustainable Development in Africa, Journal of Education for Sustainable Development, Volume 4 Number 3, pp 1-16.
    • Emmanuel Mutisya and Masaru Yarime, (2014), Microfinance for the Urban Bottom of the Pyramid segment in Nairobi’s Kibera Slum: Does Financial Training Impact on Sustainable Urban Development in Kenya? African Journal of Sustainable Development, Volume 4 Number 1, 1-15.
    • Oluoko-odingo, Alice and Mutisya, Emmanuel (2014) Organic or Inorganic Agriculture: the Environmental Costs and Imperatives for African Agriculture, International Journal of Agriculture Innovations and Research, Volume 2, Issue 6, ISSN (Online) 2319-1473.
    • LN Gupta, Ram Avtar, Ameerjeet Singh, Pankaj Kumar, Emmanuel Mutisya, Geetha Mohan, and GS Gupta (2014), Assessment of Ganges River Water Quality at Allahabad: A case study for the event of Magha Mela, International Journal of Life Sciences, Vol 8, No 3 (2014), pp 8-14.
    • L.N. Gupta, Ram Avtar, Pankaj Kumar, G. S. Gupta, R. L. Verma, Netrananda Sahu, Sourav
      Sil, Archana Jayaraman, Koel Roychowdhury, Emmanuel Mutisya, Kamlesh Sharma and Sudhir Kumar Singh (2014), A Multivariate Approach for Water Quality Assessment of River Mandakini in Chitrakoot, India. Journal of Water Resource and Hydraulic Engineering, Vol. 3 Issue 1, pp. 22-29.
    • Mutisya, Emmanuel and Yarime, Masaru (2013), Urban Sustainability in Kenya: Moving Towards a Framework for Addressing Urban Challenges. Sustainability Science, Volume 9, Issue 2, pp 205-215.
    • Mutisya, Emmanuel, and Masaru Yarime, (2011) “Investing at the Bottom of the Pyramid for Sustainable Development,” UNU Our World 2.0, July 25. Available online: http://ourworld.unu.edu/en/investing-at-the-bottom-of-the-pyramid-for-sustainabledevelopment/
    • Mutisya Emmanuel and Yarime Masaru (2011): Understanding the Grassroots Dynamics of Slums in Nairobi: The Dilemma of Kibera Informal Settlements, International Transaction Journal of Engineering, Management and Applied Sciences andTechnologies, Volume 2 Issue 2, pp. 197-213.
    • Mutisya Emmanuel (2011): Conflict Analysis and Resolution: Socio-cultural and Intrapersonal Perspectives, Peace and Conflict Monitor, University of Peace. Available online: http://www.monitor.upeace.org/innerpg.cfm?id_article=786

    Books

    Book Chapters

    • Mutiya Emmanuel, Muasa Lillian Chen Chiahsin, Mutisya Florence and Avtar Ram (2015). The socio-economic and ecological impact of climate change on urban and periurban agricultural productivity in Africa. Handbook of Research on Climate Change
      Impact on Health and Environmental Sustainability, IGI Global.

    Reports