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Prof. Regina Karega

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Department: Sociology
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P.O. BOX 43844 Nairobi 00100





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Research

  1. Research on: Education and Income among Poor Urban Households in Kenya and Uganda. Research Funded by IDRC
  2. An overview of Kenyan Small and Micro-enterprises In Research Monitoring and Evaluation (REME) Background Research Funded by the Department for International Development (DFID)
  3. Statistical Overview of Girls in African Universities. Funded through FAWE
  4. Scaling up Soil Fertility Management Strategies to Enhance Food Security in the Central Highlands of Kenya Funded by Farm Africa. Present D. Mugendi, J.Kungu, R. Karega , C. Chisanya, B Vanlue, and J. Ramish
  5. Present D. Mugendi, R. Karega , C. Chisanya, B Vanlue, and J. Ramish: Integrated Soil Fertility Management Strategies to Enhance Food Security in the Central Highlands of Kenya Funded by Rockefeller Foundation.
  6. Regina Karega and Maggie Opondo. International Trade and Gender in East Africa: analysing the Horticultural sector, the fishing and Textile industries. Funded by IDRC

Publications
Chapters in books and mimeographs

  1. Innovative Practices For Girls’ and Women’s Education in Sub-Saharan Africa Forthcoming. Research work being carried out with CIEFA
  2. Statistical Overview of Girls in African Universities. FAWE Mimeo Nairobi.
  3. Practical Experiences of Information Technology in Africa. The case of African Virtual University, Kenyatta University In the Hand book of Information and Technology for Education Tamagawa University, Tokyo, Japan.

Papers in Journals/Books

 
  1. A country Gender Aware Status. The Kenyan Case Forthcoming OSSREA Journal
  2. 2003 Policy Issues and socio-economic Aspects in Land Management and Capacity Building. In Mureithi,J. Mudnei and Gachene (eds) Combating the Challenges in food security; poverty Gender and socio-economics in East Africa
  3. Women’s groups: Beyond Welfare and Income Generation to Small Scale Business in Kenya. Small Enterprise Development Journal Vol. 7 : No1 31-41
  4. Women's Income and Health Promotion (With Dr. David Nyamwaya)
  5. Learning for Health. Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine Journal 2 20-26 1992 `Women Business Proprietors in the Urban Informal Sector".
  6. African Urban Quarterly 7,1 and 2 February and May 203-209

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