Wandera Ojanji

Wandera Ojanji joined ILRI as a senior communications officer for the Accelerated Institutional and Food Systems Development project in March 2022. He had earlier joined ILRI in May 2021 as a communications consultant for the Accelerated Value Chain Development project. He is now offering communications support to Kapiti Research Station and the Livestock-Food Systems Development Component of the Sustainable Agrifood Systems Approach for Sudan project. Ojanji has over 20 years of experience in science communications. He previously worked as science journalist with the Standard and Nation Media groups, and staff and consultant for various international development organizations such as Africare, the International Maize and Wheat Improvement Centre (CYMMIT), the World Food Programme, the International Planned Parenthood Federation, the African Agricultural Technology Foundation, and the ILRI-BecAHub. He holds a master’s degree (communications) from the University of Nairobi’s School of Journalism and a BSc in forestry from Moi University.

My Blog Posts

Johns Nyirongo, AIDI-L project advisor training farmers on poultry production at Kambekete Camp, Chongwe District, Lusaka Province on 8 April 2024.


Rekindling and revitalizing chicken farming in Zambia

Dellington Mabina and Kapron Shilling

K’Lusa empowering youth in Zimbabwe with livestock entrepreneurship skills

Candide Nshimirimana, a beneficiary from Masango Hill in Muramvya Province and a member of the Tuje Hamwe Twese I Muramvya Cooperative fondly holds her SASSO chicken

Kugwiza: Improving livelihoods of low-income farmers through widespread adoption of innovative livestock production practices in Burundi

The team supporting Kapiti Research Station and Wildlife Conservancy at the farewell reception for Bruce Scott and Titus Njonjo who have retired from Kapiti Board of Trustees.

ILRI bids farewell to Bruce and Titus

Unveiling Nature's Minuscule Wonders: With keen eyes and unwavering curiosity, this group of three showcases the incredible diversity of insects thriving within the enchanting Kapiti Plains.

Taking stock of wildlife populations at Kapiti Wildlife Conservancy