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Dr. Josephine W. Gitome


Title/Qualifications
: Dr.
Department/Unit/Section
: Philosophy and Religious Studies
Contact Address
: P.O BOX 67447-00200 NAIROBI
Telephone:
0723-  895917, 0729-156354
Position: Lecturer
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Publications

Chapter in Books

  • Gitome J.W (2004) Theological Education and the Youth in the Family Church  and School in LeMarquand & Galogalo J.D Theological Education in Contemporary Africa Kijabe Printing Press, Kijabe
  • Gitome J.W (2002) “Conflict in Single Motherhood: A Challenge to The Church” in Getui M, N& Ayanga, H Eds. Conflicts in Africa Women’s Response Ruaraka Printing Press, Nairobi
  • Gitome, J. W (1999)”The Kenyan Church and it’s Role in Women Sex Education” in Musimbi, K.R & Njoroge, J.N Groaning in Faith African Women in The Household of God.  Acton Publishers, Nairobi.
  • Gitome, J. W (1999) “The Churches Responses to AIDs in Africa” in Getui M.N & Obeng, E A Theology of Reconstruction; Exploratory Essays Acton Publishers, Nairobi

Articles in Website/ Conference Proceedings

  • Gitome, JW, Nyaga SN and Tumuti S “Kenyatta University and the BHER Project", Borderless Higher Education for Refugees Project (BHER) International Conference, York University, Toronto, Canada, May 17,2012
  • Gitome, JW "Dynamics of Education in Dadaab Refugee Camps," BHER Conference, Speke Resort Conference Centre, Kampala, Uganda, June 29 -- July 2, 2011
  • Gitome, J.W Traditional Versus Modern Child Socialization in the Contemporary African Family, Proceedings of the Pan African Family Strength International Conference 21st-23rd July 2010, North Coast BEACH Hotel, Mombasa, Kenya P.30
  • Gitome, J.W &Kinyua, F “The Role of Research in School Counseling” Www.Kapc.Or.Ke/Downloads/DR.JOSEPHINE%20GITOME.Pdf, 9th Kenya Association of Proffesional Counsellors Conference (KAPC Proceedings 2ND -4TH September 2008
  • Gitome, J.W   Puberty Initiation Seclusion School: Vocational Guidance and Counseling Dimension, Proceedings of AIOSP CONFERENCIA INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE Lisboa, Portugal 14th-16th September 2005. P. 90
  • Gitome, J.W Integration of African indigenous Counselling Guidance Practices to Adolescents’ Pastoral Care and Counselling Programmes in Selected Churches of Nairobi. Proceedings of Kenyatta University 11th Postgraduate Seminar Abstracts. P.163.

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