Learning to be a Leader: Whole Woman; Whole Leader; Whole World
The Candle for Leadership given to each Participant of the the GWLN 2015
The GWLN 2015 Coaches
Being Inspired in the Great Dinner at Silicon Valley.
Participants at the Great Dinner- Silicon Valley Los Santos
With some of the Participants from Nepal
Participants Awaiting to Declare the Vision for Each Leader
Participants Awaiting to Declare the Vision for Each Leader
The Seven Member Kenyan Team in the GWLN 2015 Program, with the Kenyan Vision- “ We Believe a New World is Possible for Kenya Women”

University Level Scholarly Books:

  • Elishiba Kimani, Wanjiku Mukabi Kabira and Lucia Mary Mbithi. (2014). Socio-Economic Rights-Article 43 (1) of Constitution of Kenya 2010: Best Practices. Africa Women Studies Centre and Amkeni Wakenya. Nairobi.
  • Mary Wambui Kanyi and Elishiba Njambi Kimani. (2014). Remaining Vigilant for the Entrenchment and Implementation of the Affirmative Action Principle in the New Kenyan Constitution. Diakonia and Women Political Alliance. Nairobi: Kenya.
  • Kimani, E.N., Mbaabu L. N., Gitu, J. and Kamau, F. (June 2013). 26th Post-Graduate Seminar Abstracts. Kenyatta University Press. Nairobi.
  • Kimani, E., Mwangi, W., Gacheche, and Ruto, G. (2012), Article 43 (1) (f) of the Kenya Constitution: ‘Every person has the right to Education’, African Women Studies Centre and Amkeni Wakenya, Nairobi: Kenya.
  • Kimani, E. Development & Training Services Inc. (2012). Gender analysis & Action Plan for USAID/ Kenya Country Development Cooperation Strategy for USAID, Kenya.
  • Mugenda O., Kimani E., Maina L. and Wainaina M. (2010). A Survey of Female Representation in Higher Education in Kenya: Identify Opportunities for Policy          Nairobi: Longhorn Publications.
  • N. Wanjama, E.N. Kimani, M.J. Lodiaga. (2007). HIV and AIDS: The Pandemic. Nairobi. Jomo Kenyatta Foundation.
  • Elishiba Kimani. (2004). A Situational Analysis of Primary Education in Somalia: A Gender Perspective, UNICEF Somalia. On line: reliefweb.int/w/rwb.nsf/668614).

Tertiary Level Scholarly Books

  • Elishiba Kimani, Wanjiku Mukabi Kabira and Lucia Mary Mbithi. (2014). Socio-Economic Rights-Article 43 (1) of Constitution of Kenya 2010: Best Practices. Africa Women Studies Centre and Amkeni Wakenya. Nairobi.
  • Mary Wambui Kanyi and Elishiba Njambi Kimani. (2014). Remaining Vigilant for the Entrenchment and Implementation of the Affirmative Action Principle in the New Kenyan Constitution. Diakonia and Women Political Alliance. Nairobi: Kenya.
  • N. Wanjama, E.N. Kimani, M.J. Lodiaga. (2007). HIV and AIDS: The Pandemic. Nairobi. Jomo Kenyatta Foundation.
  • Elishiba Kimani. (2004). A Situational Analysis of Primary Education in Somalia: A Gender Perspective, UNICEF Somalia. On line: reliefweb.int/w/rwb.nsf/668614).

 

Book Chapters:

  1. Elishiba Njambi Kimani & Philomena Njeri Mwaura (2018). “Women’s organizations as agents of change 1985-2010” In Changing the Mainstream: Celebrating women’s resilience. University of Nairobi, African Women Studies Centre.
  2. Elishiba Njambi Kimani, Jane Wambui Njagi and Kennedy Mwangi. (2014). “Education Best Practices” In Socio-Economic Rights-Article 43 (1) of Constitution of Kenya 2010: Best Practices. Africa Women Studies Centre and Amkeni Wakenya. Nairobi.
  3. Elishiba Kimani. (2006). “The Role of African Universities in the Achievement of Gender Equality and Women Empowerment, MDG 3). In The Role of African Universities in the Attainment of the Millennium Development Goals. Kenyatta University.
  4. Eddah Gachukia and Fay Chung. (2005). “Why Gender is a Critical Issue in Textbook Writing”. The Textbook Writer’s Manual. Lusaka: International Institute for Capacity Building in Africa and United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).
  5. D.M. Muia and J.E. Otiende. (2004). Introduction to Development Studies for Africa. Nairobi: Acacia Publishers. Nairobi. The Chapters I have written are:
    • Chapter 3: The Development Process: Strategies and Related Socio-Economic Indicators and problems.
    • Chapter 4: Taking a gender Perspective in the Development Process: a justification.
    • Chapter 5: Participatory Development.

Dr. Pacificah Okemwa

 Chairperson
Department of Gender and Development Studies


 

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