GIDE's Impact Evaluation (1990 - Present): A Historical Perspective in Pictures
From Left: Dr. Frank Mosha, Director, Tropical Pesticide Research Institute (TPRI), Tanzania; Dr. Paul Capstick, Deputy Executive Director, African Biodiversity Institute (ABI)-GIDE; and Dr. Alfred Latigo, Executive Director, ABI-GIDE: Discussing a joint TPRI-ABI Impact Evaluation Project Funded by IDRC at GIDE Offices in Nairobi, Kenya (1995)
Dr. Alfred Latigo and Dr. Frank Mosha Exchanging an Agreement on Collaborative Biodiversity Prospecting Research Project between the Tropical Pesticide Research Institute (TPRI), Tanzania and ABI-GIDE (1995)
German Academic Exchange Services (DAAD) Regional Representative, Eastern Africa, Nairobi, Donating Funds for the MSc and PhD Program of ABI-GIDE in (1994). From Left: Dr. Alfred Latigo, Chair ABI-GIDE MSc/PhD Academic Panel; Prof. Dr. Paul Muller (Late), Chair Board of Directors, ABI-GIDE; Regional Representative, German Academic Exchange Services (DAAD), Nairobi; Dr. Paul Capstick, Deputy Executive Director, ABI-GIDE (1994)
Alfred Latigo introducing Masters/PhD students to Prof. Paul Muller ((Chairman, Board of Directors).
Ambassador Simon Bullut (left), former Ambassador of Kenya to France & Uganda, Ms. Ritta Nzao (center), Researcher, from TPRI, Tanzania and Dr. Eva Rathberger (right), IDRC Regional Representative for Eastern & Southern Africa for Officiating GIDE Workshop on Biodiversity Prospecting, Nairobi, Kenya, 1996
A BBC Journalist Interviewing Dr. Alfred Latigo as ABI-GIDE PhD Students look on (1993)
A BBC Journalist (centre) Interviewing in Nairobi, Kenya ABI-GIDE PhD Students - now Prof. F. Ejobi, Ugandan (left) and Dr. N. Nwoke, Nigerian (right).
GIDE Impact Evaluation of Innovative Insecticide Impregnated Papyrus Mat the Institute Developed for Controlling Mosquitoes that Transmit Malaria (1992-1994)
Dr. N. Nwoke, GIDE Researcher Demonstrates How GIDE’s Affordable Technology of Papyrus Impregnated Papyrus Mat (left) is Used on the Wall in a Bed Room for Controlling Mosquitoes in East Africa. Note Person Protected is Lying Peacefully in Bed!
Alfred Latigo who Instigated Research on Insecticide Impregnated Papyrus Mat Explains the Concept and its Affordability and Effectiveness Compared to Existing Outdoor/Indoor Mosquito Control Measures. GIDE Has Been Involved in Among other Areas, Comparative Impact Evaluation of Insecticide Impregnated Mosquito Nets (in the background) and Papyrus Mats (being held) for Controlling Malaria Transmitting Mosquitoes in East Africa (1992 - 1995)
C. Ochieng, GIDE Researcher in Field Work: A Project on Impact Evaluation of Endod Plant (Phytolocca dodecandra) for Controlling Malaria and Bilharzia Transmitting Mosquitoes and Snails Respectively in Africa (1992 - 1994)
Prof. Ralph O Olaniyan, GIDE Board Director Chatting with Dr. Alfred Latigo at a Meeting in Johannesburg, South Africa, 2010. Prof. Olaniyan is the President of the R&G Economic Consultants LLC, USA a partner institution of GIDE.
H.E. Dr. Kenneth Kaunda (GCEZ), First President of the Republic of Zambia (left) at a function in Lusaka, Zambia where H.E. the President launched Alfred Latigo's book's "The Best Option for Africa", 2010
H.E. President Kenneth Kaunda (second from left) after he launched Alfred Latigo’s book in Lusaka, Zambia, 2010. GIDE has an office for Southern Africa in Lusaka, Zambia. Also seen: the Paramount Chief Mpezeni of the Ngonis in Malawi & Zambia (2nd from right) and his wife (extreme left); and Mrs. Sarah Latigo (front)
H.E. President Kenneth Kaunda (in "Kaunda Suit") with Alfred Latigo and Mrs. Latigo at a Luncheon after book launch. GIDE has an office for Southern Africa in Lusaka, Zambia.