Enock Mac'Ouma

Enock Mac'Ouma

PhD Candidate
Arts, Design & Architecture
School of Arts & Media

Supervisors: Elaine Jing Zhao, Daniel Robinson

Enock Mac'Ouma is a PhD student (Communication for Development) at the University of New South Wales Sydney, Australia.

Thesis title: The use of community radio programs to promote adoption of climate-smart farming technologies in Kenya. The case of Migori County.

He holds a Master of Science in Communication, a Bachelor of Education (Arts), a Diploma in Education (Humanities), and Certificate in Research and Evaluation in the NGO Sector.

Enock is a member of the African Union Scientific, Technical, and Research Commission’s ASRIC Working Group investigating indigenous knowledge for the prevention and control of emerging infectious diseases on the continent such as Ebola and Lasa fever.

In addition, Enock is a member of the following professional associations: the Public Relations Society of Kenya (PRSK), Communication for Development Network (C4D Network), European Communication Research and Education Association (ECREA), International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR), Global Forum for Agricultural Research (GFAR) and Development Studies Association of Australia (DSAA).

Enock Mac’Ouma is a lecturer of communication and media studies at Rongo University, Kenya.

  • Communication for Development
  • Social Change

Book chapters

  • Enock Mac'Ouma. (2021). Characteristics of Community Radio: An Entertainment Factory or Catalyst for Development, Food, and Nutrition Security. Current Approaches in Science and Technology Research. Chapter 2(V4): 20. ISBN: 978-93-91215-07-1, eBook ISBN: 978-93-91215-15-6. DOI: 10.9734/bpi/castr/v4/2170F

Articles in scholarly referred journals

  • Enock Ochieng Mac’Ouma. Programmes in community radio stations for peaceful political campaigns within Migori County, Kenya. International Journal of Social Sciences and Information Technology. ISSN: 2412-0294. Vol. VII Issue V, May 2021.
  • Oloo Ajwang S. & Mac’Ouma E.: Exploring the thin line between misinformation and facts in the era of COVID-19 in selected Border Counties of Kenya. Front Health Inform. 2021; 10: 73. DOI: 10.30699/fhi.v10i1.276
  • Enock Mac’Ouma: Community Radio: An Entertainment Factory or Catalyst for Development, Food and Nutrition Security: International Journal of Scientific Research and Innovative Technology: ISSN: 2313-3759 Vol. 5 No. 3: March 2018. pp 41-51
  • Peter Day & Enock Mac’Ouma: Community Media for Kenya (CM4K) and the Sustainable Development Goals: A review of milestones and opportunities. International Journal of Scientific Research and Innovative Technology. ISSN: 2313-3759 Vol. 5 No. 3; March 2018. pp 52-66
  • Enock Mac’Ouma, Henry Kinya, Mohochi Sangai and John Oluoch. 2018. A Contextual Analysis of Community Radio Programming and Peace Promotion in Political Campaigns in Kenya: A Case of Migori County. Journal of New Media and Mass Communication. ISSN 2224-3267 (Paper) ISSN 2224-3275 (Online). 66: 25-32

Articles in professional or trade journals, etc.