• PeaceTech Lab, Washington DC; Tracking Violence Research in Africa, In the Context of Covid-19 to inform policy interventions. A 30,000 USD project funded by Peace Tech Lab and Carnegie Corporation of New York in collaboration with Georgia Tech, and Digital 100, Netherlands
  • Build Up, USA; Social Media Literacy Digital Peace building Pilot (Maskani) 5,000 USD funded by Build Up, USA and Knowlegde Platform Security and Rule of Law, at the Hague Netherlands see

https://www.dmeforpeace.org/resource/nguvupamoja-incentivising-digital-peacebuilding-in-kenya/

https://www.dmeforpeace.org/resource/maskani-is-our-new-normal-exploring-digital-peacebuilding-in-kenya-working-from-home-2020/

  • The Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship (ADF) 2016; The Center for Media, Democracy, Peace and Security has won the second round of Africa Diaspora Fellowship that will build up on the achievements of the ADF 2014 grant. The grant will support a Visiting professor (Abu Bah) who will mentor and train students and engage in collaborative research between RUC Center for Media, Democracy, Peace and Security and Nothern Illinois University USA.
  • In June 2015 Dr. Ogenga was awarded Carnegie Fund for Conference Attendance to present a paper at the Institute for Policy Research, University of Berth (UK).
  • The Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship (ADF); supported by the Institute for International Education funded Prof Abu Bah’s Visit to Rongo University for three weeks to help develop the graduate programme in Media, Democracy and Peace Studies.
  • $15, 000 Africa Peace building Network (APN) research grant awarded to Dr. Ogenga to conduct research on the Media and the Reconstruction of Terrorism for Peace and Security in Kenya.
  • $30, 000 for East Africa Hybrid Peace Journalism training workshop in Kisumu