About Us

In the initiative to alleviate perennial food and water insecurity in Africa, starting with Kenya, the Food Security Consortium plays a key role as a Pan-African Economic Freedom Think-Tank FSC provides leadership on food, agriculture,value chains, natural resources, climate change, rural development, nutrition, and related issues based on public policy, the best available science, and effective management to enhance food security.

Propose, fund and contribute to solving  food & Water insecurity in Kenya.

Kenyan Diaspora Community exhibits substantial goodwill to alleviating poverty 


To create long term food security for its people that are not dependent primarily on seasonal rain regime or negative forces of Climate Change.


Food Security Consortium, would push for having more arable landunder farming, promote irrigation and a move away from rain-fedAgriculture and reclaim most of the Arid & Semi-Arid lands (ASAL)
and put the land under Agriculture & Livestock farming. This is the only sure drive way for the Country to produce enough agro-foods and livestock products to feeds it’s Population and make Kenya food secure. Staple foods include:

  • Maize
  • Wheat
  • Rice

Food Security Consortium believes in the livestock value chain in
Kenya and would like to partner with the relevant Ministries, other
stakeholders, Dairy & Livestock Cooperatives. And small-holder
farmers to see to it that the issues that hinder this sector to realizing its
full potential are addressed.

  • Goat
  • Sheep
  • Cattle

Food Security Consortium is a Food & Water Security Pan African
Think-tank. To drive its Food & Water Initiatives, Food Security
Consortium is promoting the generation and use of renewable energy.
The World is moving to renewable Energy and Biofuels.

Food Security Consortium has partnered with Global Energy Matters
and other Global firms in Renewable Energy and it Promoting Solar
Power-Generation in its Kibwezi farm in Makueni and it is also in talks
with other strategic partners to develop Solar Energy in Malindi and
Nyandarua as it also explore Wind Energy Generation.

  • Bagasse Co-Generation
  • Bio fuels
  • Wind


    FSC Global Chair & CEO.
    FSC, Environment Policy & Funding Strategy Advisor.
    FSC Board Member & Stakeholder Relationship Director
    Chief Technical & Operations Director
    FSC, Chief Value Chain Systems Adviser and Funding Strategist
    FSC, Chief Technology-Communication App Advisor
    FSC, Policy Analyst and Financial Advisor
    FSC, Livestock Value Chains & ASAL Resources Advisor


FSC Global Chair & CEO.

Robert W. Chiuri is Chairman of Global Standards Resources & Institute (USA) an organization involved in certifications, manufacturing quality
audits and management consulting having worked for many international firms in various senior leadership capacities. Dr. Chiuri is a certified global
standards lead auditor, for various accredited audit schemes includingQuality Management Systems (QMS), Food Safety Management Systems
(FSMS), International Organization of Standardization (ISO), Global Food Safety Initiative GFSI’s SQF, PrimusGFS and FSSC among others.

FSC, Environment Policy & Funding Strategy Advisor.

Peter M. Maina is – an accomplished Natural/Wildlife Resources Management Planner, Satellite/Computer Systems Analyst, Telecom Business Developer, Pastor

(Live to Love, Glorify and Praise God of Israel)

Started working as an UNIX Systems Administrator (Computer Systems Analyst) 1992 while attending graduate school at Rutgers University where he obtained Master of Science (MSc) degree – specializing in Satellite Remote Sensing, Geographic Information Systems(GIS) and GPS technologies at (https://crssa.rutgers.edu/) and complete coursework towards Ph.D. in the same field. .Studied Natural Resources Management at Colorado State University (Warner College of Natural Resources- https://warnercnr.colostate.edu/ ), obtaining a Bachelor of Science Degree (BSc) in Natural Resource Management in 1988. Before Colorado State- I had obtained a Diploma in Wildlife Management (Game Warden) at the College of African Wildlife Management- Mweka, Moshi Tanzania

FSC Board Member & Stakeholder Relationship Director

Prof. Catherine Kunyanga, is an Associate Professor in the Department of Food Science, Nutrition and Technology, and Associate Dean, Faculty of Agriculture,University of Nairobi. She is also the Coordinator, Food Security Center, a center of excellence. She is also the Coordinator, Food Security Center (FSC). She has spearheaded many assignments on agriculture and food security related issues locally and internationally.
Prof. Catherine Kunyanga has over 13 years of experience in food related issues across different value chains and has taught at UoN on the same for many years including attracting donor funded research projects. She is course instructor, consultant, researcher and mentor as well as a trained food processing and food safety expert both academically and professionally with working experience involving several assignments in food safety, standard development and review; training manual development and training or capacity building of MSMEs, FBOs, Farmers/farmer groups and other stakeholders in food
processing, agribusiness and food safety in a number of assignments and countries. Some of them include African Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) countries namely Kenya, Tanzania,Uganda, Ghana, Botswana, Zambia, Mauritius, Rwanda, Ethiopia among others in the horticultural (fruit and vegetable), milk, tea and coffee, cereals and legumes and livestock sectors. She has supervised many postgraduate students (PhD and MSc) in food safety and
quality with theses and journal articles published in peer reviewed scientific journals on different food value chains. Her research areas include Food Science and Technology, Food Safety, Food and Nutrition Security, Food Biotechnology, Sustainable Food Systems, Postharvest Handling, and Human Nutrition/Health. Her research is still ongoing and contributes towards use of sustainable food systems approach in a holistic, transdisciplinary,
and interdisciplinary approach to promote consumption of the safe and nutritious foods for better nutrition and health outcomes. She is involved in several collaborative projects in various capacities which has provided her with skills in proposal writing, project management
and planning and other competencies. Prof. Kunyanga has been engaged in capacity building and training of the private sector, NGO, Government ministries and SMEs on food safety and food processing/value addition.

Chief Technical & Operations Director

Am Alphonce Dzombo Mbaru with a BSc.Mechanical Engineering from the University of Nairobi, an MBA (Strategic Management) from Kenyatta University and a PhD(Strategic Management) Candidate from the JomoKenyatta University of Agriculture &Technology.

I have over 15 years of experience in the Oil & Gas Industry both in Kenya and the Eastern African Market and over 10 years in Power plants Construction and Power Generation cutting through Thermal Power plants, Geothermal Power plants and now focused in matters renewable Energy. Am also a Consultant in designing and installation of Oil & Gas infrastructure. I am the Founder & Chief Executive Officer of the Mardin Group of Companies, with Interests in Bulk Fuels Trading, Power Generation, Civil Engineering works, Minerals Trading and Bulk Commodities trading. The Mardin Group of Companies has other interests, through strategic partnerships, in Bulk Water Infrastructure Development, Food & Water Security and Global Entrepreneurship. Teams & StrategicPartnerships are the building blocks of my drive in Global Entrepreneurship.

FSC, Chief Value Chain Systems Adviser and Funding Strategist

Ngolia Kimanzu is an inspirational leader with extensive experience in development, Humanitarian
response, governance, public policy research and analysis and advocacy, leadership, and program
management. He has successfully held key roles at the International Level, Managing Agriculture and
Rural development programs in Europe, Latin America, Asia, and Sub-Saharan Africa. He holds an
MSC Degree in Nutrient Cycling from the University of Melbourne, Australia.
Ngolia Kimanzu, works as the Quality Assurance Manager, of the International Development of the
Salvation Army office in Stockholm, Sweden. He is working to Develop Agricultural Values Chains in
17 countries in Sub Saharan Africa. He also chairs the Global Food Security Group of the global
Salvation Army whose headquarters is in London, United Kingdom, and operates in more than 133
countries spread all over the globe.

FSC, Chief Technology-Communication App Advisor

Held various roles with 4 leading Global companies, working out of Africa.
Vice President for leading German Technology Company, Director East and Central
Africa for leading Korean Technology Company, Region Manager for leading Swiss
Food company, Operations Marketing Manager for leading American Soft Drinks
Experienced in Market development, Strategy building, Go to Market development,
Business & Financial Planning, Operations and Projects management.
Following in the footsteps of his late father Peter Oyier who was a leading
Agriculturalist and leveraging his food & technology experience, he founded the
Farmers Networks App Plc.
Farmers Networks app provides a suite of Agricultural enterprise management
solutions to Farmers. It enables them to sustainably increase their farming
efficiencies and market access by digitalizing their farming activities.

FSC, Policy Analyst and Financial Advisor

Margaret is a Self-Published Kenyan Author of “Unleash The Leadership Giant In You” –A Fearless Influencer’s Book,
Investment Banker, highly-sought-after Global Mentor, Motivational Speaker, transformational leader & a philanthropist.
Edu: She holds a BA (Maths & Economics) from Kenyatta University, Cum Laude Honors BSC (Finance) from Northeastern
University-Boston, Masters – MBA (Financial Economics)-Boston University, Massachusetts, USA
Work Experience/Accomplishments: Worked as an Investment Banker at the State Street Bank of Boston, Massachusetts for over
10 years before relocating back home to Kenya, where she started Chase Bank Diaspora from scratch (2011-2018), moved to SBM she
headed Women & Youth Banking; doubling up as the Change Agent- a Diversity, Equality & Inclusion Champion for +3 years.

FSC, Livestock Value Chains & ASAL Resources Advisor

I am an active member of several professional veterinary associations and have had the privilege to represent Africa as a vice president of the World Veterinary Association. I have been an active member of a knowledge management and research think tank within the Horn of Africa regional framework to end drought emergencies in the Horn of Africa.

Member of the Board of Directors of ASNET (Agricultural Sector Network), an affiliate of KEPSA (Kenya Private Sector Alliance), and the chair of its Implementation, Monitoring, and Learning Committee – 2022 to Date

Member of the board of directors in the New Kenya Cooperative Creameries (NKCC), a state corporation (the second-largest milk processor in Kenya) for three years – September 2018 to 2021.