School of Humanities staff and students during the Career Week held between january 28 - February 2, 2019 at the Graduation Square
Registrar RIO graced the launch of Professor. Githiora's book on Sheng' at the Graduate School Building Room 202
CODESRIA team members following the discussion during the workshop training hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at KUCC
CODESRIA team members following the discussion during the workshop training hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at KUCC
Participants comparing notes in their groups during the Group Discussion Session at the CODESRIA workshop hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at KUCC
Professor Joy Obando of the Department of Geography referring to her notes on Research Integrity and Ethics during the CODESRIA workshop hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at the KUCC
The gracious Professor Joy Obando of the Department of Geography, explaining ethical concepts in research to members of the CODESRIA team during the 10 day workshop hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at KUCC
Confucius Institute Event held at BSSC Room 14
Professor Abdul Karim Bangura explaining to the participants about the Ideal Dissertation Structure during the CODESRIA workshop hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at KUCC
The Dean, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Professor Chris Shisanya giving his presentation on Epistemological Paradigms in Social Research during the CODESRIA workshop hosted by the School at KUCC
Professor Ishmael Munene presenting a certificate of participation to Lydia Amoah from University of Ghana during the closing ceremony of CODESRIA workshop hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at KUCC
Professor Ibrahim Oanda presenting a certificate of participation to Florence Shingirayi Chamisa from University of FortHare during the closing ceremony of CODESRIA workshop hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at KUCC
Professor Ibrahim Oanda presenting a certificate of participation to Sylvester Kohol Shima from University of Ibadan during the closing ceremony of CODESRIA workshop hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at KUCC
The facilitators Professors Chris Shisanya being presented with gifts as a token of appreciation for the exemplary job they did during the CODESRIA workshop hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at KUCC.
The facilitators Professors Joy Obando being presented with gifts as a token of appreciation for the exemplary job they did during the CODESRIA workshop hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at KUCC.
Dr. Godwin Murunga, the Incoming Executive Secretary of CODESRIA giving his closing remarks during the workshop hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at KUCC
The facilitator being presented with gifts as a token of appreciation for the exemplary job they did during the CODESRIA workshop hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at KUCC.
The facilitator being presented with gifts as a token of appreciation for the exemplary job they did during the CODESRIA workshop hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at KUCC.
The facilitator being presented with gifts as a token of appreciation for the exemplary job they did during the CODESRIA workshop hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at KUCC.
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Department/Unit/Section: Gender and Development Studies
Contact Address: Box 43844-00100, Nairobi
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Position: Lecturer 
Area of Specialization: Gender  Issues in Religion and Culture, Gender and HIV/AIDS, Gender-based Violence and the Teaching of Gender/ Women Studies in Kenya.
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RESEARCH & PUBLICATIONS

Referred Journals

  •  Grace WamueNgare, Pacificah Okemwa, Isaac Kimunio, Okumba Miruka, Grace Okong’o, Pauline Kamau, Lucy Maina, Jane Njuguna, Lilian Kiruja, Simon Okoth. (2023), “Estimating the economic impact of gender-based violence on women survivors: A comparative study of support program interventions in Makueni and Naivasha, Kenya”. In Elsevier Espana, ˜ S.L.U.https://doi.org/10.1016/j.aprim.2023.102840
  • Grace Wamue- Ngare, Pacificah Okemwa, Okumba Miruka, Lucy Maina, Grace Okong’o, Isaac Kimunio, Pauline Kamau, Jane Njuguna, Lilian Kiruja & Simon Okoth (2023) Effectiveness of State and Non - State Actors’ Initiatives in Addressing the Economic Empowerment Needs of Women Survivors of Gender - Based Violence In. Kenyatta University Women’s Economic Empowerment (KU-WEE) Journal Vol.1
  • Monica Ofosu-Koranteng, Regina Mwatha, Pacificah Okemwa (2022). Addressing the Practical Gender Needs of Refugee Women for their Economic Empowerment: Perspectives from the Ampain and Egyeikrom Camps in Ghana. In International Journal of Business Management, Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Volume 4, Issue 1, 2022, PP 66-82, ISSN 2707-8027 66
  • Monica Ofosu-Koranteng, Pacificah Okemwa, Regina Mwatha (2022). Economic Empowerment of Refugee Women in Ghana and its Influence on Household Decision Making. In International Journal of Current Aspects, Volume 6, Issue 1, 2022, PP 73- 83,ISSN 2707-8035 73
  • Richard Otieno Nyamagwa and Dr. Pacificah Okemwa , Dr. Leah Wanjama (2022) Impacts of Financial Literacy on Economic Empowerment of Small Scale Women Traders in Kisii County, Kenya. In International Journal of Advanced Research & Review IJARR,7 (2) 2022; 05-19 https://www.ijarr.in/Admin/pdf/impacts-of-financial-literacy-on-economic-empowerment-of-small-scale-women-traders-in-kisii-county-kenya.pdf
  • Simon Okumba Miruka, Grace Wamue-Ngare & Pacificah Okemwa (2021) Passage of family laws in Kenya’s national assembly (11th parliament - 2013 to 2017): the impact of women legislators. In Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law. https://doi.org/10.1080/09649069.2021.1953858
  • Simon Okumba Miruka, Grace Wamue-Ngare & Pacificah Okemwa (2021) Elusive Quest by Women for Legislative Numbers in Kenya’s National Assembly of the 11th parliament (2013 -2017) In International Journal of Gender Studies, 6 (2), 22-41 https://www.iprjb.org/journals/index.php/IJGS/article/view/1279/1387
  • Miruka, S. O., Ngare, G. W., & Okemwa, P. (2021). Methods Used by Women Parliamentarians to Influence Legislative Processes and Outcomes in Kenya’s National Assembly of the 11th Parliament (2013 -2017). In International Journal of Gender Studies, 6(1), 1 – 21. DOI: https://doi.org/10.47604/ijgs.1215
  • Mutuma S.N, Wamue- Ngare G. & Okemwa P. (2020), Gender-Related Factors that Influence Women and Men’s Participation in Small-Scale Greenhouse Farming in The Peri-Urban Area of Ongata Rongai, Kenya. In The International Journal of Humanities & Social Studies Issn 2321 - 9203
  •  Kithuka E. M, Okemwa P. & Wanjama L. (2020) Effects of International Non-Governmental Organizations’ Development Programmes on the Socio-Economic Empowerment of Women in Makueni County, Kenya. http://www.iosrjournals.org/iosr-jhss.html
  •  Kithuka E. M., Okemwa P. & Wanjama L. (2020) Challenges Facing Contribution of International Non-Governmental Organizations Development Programmes On the Socio- Economic Empowerment of Women In Makueni County, Kenya. In Journal of Humanities and Social Science (IOSR-JHSS) Volume 25, Issue 9, Series 6 (September. 2020) 56-66 e-ISSN: 2279-0837, p-ISSN: 2279-845 https://www.iosrjournals.org/iosr-jhss/papers/Vol.25-Issue9/Series-6/G2509065666.pdf
  • Felogene Gor Anumo & Pacificah Florence Okemwa (2019), The Influence of Gender Quotas on Women’s Participation in Legislative Processes in the National Assembly of the 11th Parliament of Kenya (2013 -2017) In International Journal of Current Aspects, Volume 3, Issue II, 2019, PP 260-279, ISSN 2616-6976 260 www.ijcab.org
  • Elizabeth Ketty Wamera, Pacificah Okemwa, Mildred Lodiaga (2018). Assessing how policy and key implementers influenced gender outcomes of the community led total sanitation approach in selected counties in western Kenya. In International Journal of Development & Sustainability (IJDS) Vol. 7, No. 12 pp 2893- 2908 ISSN: 2186-8662. Available at www.isdsnet.com/ijds 
  • Sarah Fedha Barasa (Ph.D.), Prof. Elishiba Njambi Kimani (Ph.D.) & Dr. Pacificah Okemwa (Ph.D.) 2018. Factors Influencing Men’s Involvement in the Prevention of Violence against Women in Nairobi City County, Kenya. In International Journal of Gender and Women’s Studies December 2018, Vol. 6, No. 2, pp. 64-76 ISSN: 2333-6021
  • Erastus, S., N., Okemwa, P., Okong’o, G. (2018) Effects of Domestic Violence on Employee Productivity in Water Service Provision Companies in Nakuru County, Kenya. International Journal of Arts and Entrepreneurship. Vol. 7 (5) pp 1 - 20.
  •  Tabitha Wawira Mwaniki, Grace Wamue-Ngare, Pacificah Okemwa (2018) Influence of Microfinance Training Content on Women’s Acquisition of Financial Skills: A Case of Women’s Self-Help Groups in Kiambu County, Kenya. In International Journal for Innovation Education and Research. Vol.6 No-4, 2018
  • Tabitha Wawira Mwaniki, Grace Wamue-Ngare, Pacificah Okemwa (2018) Influence of Microfinance Trainers’ Characteristics on Women’s Acquisition of Financial Skills A Case of Women’s Self-Help Groups in Kiambu County, Kenya. In International Journal for Innovation Education and Research. Vol.6 No-4, 2018
  • Chelangat J., Lodiaga, M.J & Okemwa P.F. (2017). Determinants of Maternal Health among the Kalenjin women of Ainamoi Constituency, Kericho County, Kenya. International Journal of Innovative Research and Knowledge Volume-2 Issue-9, September-2017
  • Mwose, Rebecca Nyambura; Okong’o, Grace Mose; Okemwa, Pacificah. (2017). Socio-Cultural Factors that Influence Masters Student’s Choice to Study Gender and Development Studies at the Master’s Level in Nairobi County. In International Journal of Gender Studies, [S.l.], vol. 1, No. 1, pp 5 - 30, August. 2017.
  • Mwose, Rebecca Nyambura; Okong’o, Grace Mose; Okemwa, Pacificah. (2017). Effects of Student’s Perceptions on Master’s Choice of Gender and Development Studies at the Master’s Level in Nairobi County. In African Journal of Education and Practice ISSN 2519-0296X (Online) Vol.2, Issue 1 No.5, pp 80 - 104, 2017
  •  Mwose, Rebecca Nyambura; Okong’o, Dr. Grace Mose; Okemwa, Pacificah. (2017). Constraints Masters’ Students Face as they Make their Choice to Study Gender and Development Studies at the Master’s Level. In Nairobi County. In International Journal of Gender Studies, [S.L.], Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. 31 - 55, August. 2017
  • Malelu M.M, Ngare G.W & Okemwa P. (2017), Institutional Factors Influencing Career Advancement of Women Faculty: A Case of Kenyatta University, Kenya. In International Academic Journal of Arts and Humanities | Volume 1, Issue 1, pp. 251-266 International Academic Journal available @ www.iajournals.org | Open Access | Peer Review | Online Journal Publishers
  • Pacificah F. Okemwa “Multilingualism in the Teaching of Gender Studies” In Msingi Journal Vol. 1, Number 1, 2014 pgs 378-401

Book Chapters

  • Sitawa R. Kimuna & Pacificah F. Okemwa (upcoming) Prevalence Studies and Consequences of Gender-Based Violence on Families in Africa. In The Oxford Handbook of the Sociology of Africa: A Reader, edited by R. Sooryamoorthy &Ernest Khalema. New York, 2022: Oxford University Press
  • Pacificah Okemwa & Evelyne Wanjiku (2019) “The Sanitization of VAW on Social Media in the Kenyan Context”. In Grace Wamue- Ngare & Pauline Wangare Kamau (Eds) Familiar Tears. Mauritius: LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
  • Pacificah F. Okemwa, Maid in Nairobi in the Age of HIV/AIDS: The plight of Domestic Workers Facing AIDS in Africa- Cases from Kenya. In Women, Religion and HIV/AIDS in Africa: Responding to Ethical and Theological Challenges, edited by Hinga T.M, Kubai A.N. & Mwaura P.N. Cluster, Pieter Maritzburg 2008, ISBN No. 1875053697.
  • Pacificah F. Okemwa, Impact of Adventist Schooling on the Status of Women in Kenya. In Quests for Integrity in Africa, edited by Wamue G.N & Theuri M. Acton Publishers, Nairobi 2003, ISBN No. 9966-888-28-4.
  •  Pacificah F. Okemwa, Conflicts Women Faced in the 1997 General Elections in Kenya. In Conflicts in Africa, edited by Getui M.N & Ayanga H. Faith Counseling Institute, Nairobi 2002, ISBN No.9966-9888-4-X.
  •  Pacificah F. Okemwa, Infidelity in Marriage. In Quests for Abundant Life in Africa, edited by Getui M.N. & Theuri M.Acton Publishers, Nairobi 2002, ISBN No. 9966-888-39-X.
  • Pacificah F. Okemwa, Women in the Seventh-Day Adventist Church. In Theology of Reconstruction: Exploratory Essays, edited by Getui M.N. & Obeng R. Acton Publishers, Nairobi,----- ISBN No. 9966-888-01-2
  •  Pacificah F. Okemwa, The Effects of Clitoridectomy on the Social Well-being of Women in the Gusii Society. In Groaning in Faith: African Women in the Household of God, (eds) Musimbi R.A. Kanyoro & Njoroge J.N. Acton Publishers, Nairobi, 1996 ISBN

Refereed Learning Modules

  • AGD 800: Fundamentals of Gender and Development

Reviewed Conference Papers

  • Pacifica Okemwa and Daniel Muia (2012), Sexual Harassment in the Work Place: Its Nature, Impact and Mitigation. Paper to be presented during the International Conference on Gender Based Violence, on 1st – 3rd August 2012 at Kenyatta University Amphitheatre, Nairobi Kenya

Consultancy and Project Reports

  • November 2023, Lead Consultant: Pacificah Okemwa Gender Analysis in Mandera and Turkana Counties. Client- Save the Children International
  •  June 2022, Pacificah Okemwa Lead Consultant: Lead Consultant: World University Service of Canada Gender Norms Study. Client- WUSC
  •  July 2015, Lead Consultant: Pacificah Okemwa “Gender and Power Analysis in Five Informal Settlements – Nairobi Kenya. Client: African Institute of Child Studies, for Oxfam GB, Nairobi Office. Report available at https://europa.eu/capacity4dev/iesf/document/gender-and-power-analysis-report-kenya
  • Report of Survey : Domestic Workers in Kenya Presented by IDAY-Kenya, PALM and Dr. Pacificah F. Okemwa Kenyatta University Department Of Gender And Development Studies P.O Box 43844- 00100, Nairobi, Kenya Project « Stopping Violence Against Child Domestic Workers Through Regulation And Education   ©IDAY/ PALM 2015.

Non-Reviewed Conference Papers

  • Pacificah Okemwa “The difference women make to development when they do science”.
  •  Pacificah Okemwa “Rationale for Incorporating Gender- Based Violence in Disability Mainstreaming in Kenya”

Other Publications

  • Bulletin: Pacificah F. Okemwa, Context and Reality of Gender-Based Violence in Kenya, Reaction to CIPEV Report. Gender Roundtable, Nairobi: 2009, ISSN No. 2073-8943.
  •  Booklet: Pacificah Okemwa Inspiring Stories of African Women Scientists by Network of African Science Academies (NASAC) under the NASAC IAP -Project
  •  Booklet: Pacificah Okemwa & Joan Rakuomi Enhancing girls’ participation in STEM: Inspiring Stories of African Women Scientists Vol. 1. Published by Forum for African Women Educationalists (FAWE), 2020.

Scholarly Presentations at conferences/Workshops

  •  Chairperson of Committee Training Being a Leader (BAL) leadership Training Venue:: KUCC Dates: 6th-11th November, 2023
  • WorkshopTraining Workshop on management of Sexual & Gender Based Violence against women and girls for Samburu County Health Workers at Cheers Guest House, Maralal.
  • Role: Trainer ( on Social and Cultural determinants of S & GBV against women and girls and mitigation Strategies). Workshop was organized by Kenyatta University, School of Medicine in Collaboration with Amref Health Africa in Kenya. 30th April-3rd May 2019
  •  Training Workshop on management of Sexual & Gender Based Violence against women and girls for Turkana Healthcare workers at Diocese of Lodwar Guest House, Lodwar..
  • Role: Trainer ( on Social and Cultural determinants of S & GBV against women and girls and mitigation Strategies). Turkana County Health Workers Workshop was organized by Kenyatta University, School of Medicine in Collaboration with Amref Health Africa in Kenya.11th March- 14th March 2019
  • Attended Conference on Women and Sustainable Development in Africa. Presented a paper titled “The difference women make to development when they do science”. Venue: Julius Nyerere International Convention Centre. 8th-10th March 2018
  • Attended a training on Being a Leader and the Effective Exercise of Leadership: An Ontological / Phenomenological Model. Organized by Department of Gender & Development Studies, Kenyatta. Venue: Kenyatta University Conference Centre. 19th-24th February 2018
  •  As a member of the host department, we organized and held a one Day symposium titled” Weaving Just Peace: African Women’s Transformative Leadership in Contexts of Transition. 15th August 2016, Kenyatta University Conference Centre
  • Attended a Communication Event for the Climate Change Booklet. Presented a Paper Titled “Why it is Important to Employ a Gender Perspective in Climate Change Communication and Decision Making in Africa” Venue: Hennesy Park Hotel, Ebene Cybercity, Mauritius, 4-5 July 2016.
  •  Attended a training on Being a Leader and the Effective Exercise of Leadership: An Ontological / Phenomenological Model. Organized by Department of Gender & Development Studies, Kenyatta. Venue: Kenyatta University Conference Centre. 19th-24th February 2018
  •  Was part of a team that participated in a validation workshop of “The Kenya National Action Plan on UNSCR 1325. Venue Sentrim Elementaita Lodge, Naivasha, 16- 17 September 2014
  • Successfully presented a project proposal on “Turning domestic work into a dignified enterprise to the European Development Days. Brussels, 26-27 November 2013.
  •  Participated in the development of a Documentary titled; The Invisible Worker. The plight of child domestic workers as well as both male and female adults in domestic work in five Eastern African countries (Kenya, Uganda, Burundi, Rwanda and DRC) is presented. June 2013
  •  Attended a workshop on Black Feminist Theory and the Study of Black Men and Boys, Mason Inn Conference Centre, Fairfax, Virginia USA 14-16 September 2012.
  •  Attended a workshop on Disability Mainstreaming in Development Cooperation: Theme; Safeguarding the Gains “Lessons in Mainstreaming Disability and Accessibility in Organizational Development Agenda”. Safari Park Hotel, 30-31 August 2012.
  • Attended an International Conference on Gender Based Violence (GBV). Theme: Creating Safe Spaces: A Multi- Disciplinary Approach to GBV. Kenyatta University Amphitheatre 1-3rd August 2012.
  •  Attended a workshop on Gender Mainstreaming in Development: Theme; Gender Mainstreaming Strategies: Rationale, Concepts and Approaches. Safari Park Hotel 26-27th April 2012.
  • Applying Gender Lens to Climate Change Adaptation and Resilience Communication” Mauritius Cyber City , 4th July 2016
  •   Kenya Military Academy’s Response to UN Security Council Resolution 1325 Serena Beach Hotel, Mombasa
  • Rationale for Incorporating Gender- Based Violence in Disability Mainstreaming in Kenya. Safari Park Hotel, 30th August 2012.
  • Sexual Harassment in the Work Place: Its Nature, Impact and Mitigation, a paper presented at an International Conference on Gender- Based Violence held on 1st-3rd August, 2012 at Kenyatta University Amphitheatre, Nairobi
  •  Policy Development, Dissemination and Implementation in Addressing Gender Based Violence and Sexual Harassment in the Work Place: Best Practices across Organizations in Kenya, a paper presented at a Gender Mainstreaming in Development Workshop held on 26-27 April 2012 at Safari Park Hotel, Nairobi.

  PROFESSIONAL/ CONSULTANCY

Editorial Boards/ Referee for Professional periodicals

  • 2015 to date: Board Member, Chemchemi International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences

Consulting for International/ National Boards

  • l September 5- 8th 2016 “Induction of the Anti- FGM Board on the Prohibition of FGM Act 2011”. I (with two others) inducted the newly appointed Anti- FGM Board members on selected issues related to FGM. I presented a paper titled “Gender Womanhood and the practice of FGM “. Aim was to equip board with knowledge and skills to appreciate the centrality of FGM in the social construction of womanhood hence the need for ethnographic studies to enable development of strategic policies and mechanisms for ending FGM.
  • December 15- 18th 2014 “Induction of the Anti- FGM Board on the Prohibition of FGM Act 2011”. I (with two others) inducted the Anti- FGM Board on their mandate, and scope of their responsibilities as specified in the Act. Participatory training methods were used to explain the need for strategic communication, Lobbying, Advocacy as well as the specific provisions of the Prohibition of FGM Act 2011. Sponsors AFGMB/ UNFPA. 

Consulting for Organizations/ Institutions

  • February 2020: Lead Researcher for FAWE Project: Collecting and Writing Stories of Women Scientists in Africa. These were published in a booklet titled “Enhancing Girls Participation in STEM: Inspiring Stories of African Women. Nairobi: Forum for African Women Educationalists
  • 1st May- 7th May 2017 (with others) I participated in the Assessment of the Tamar Campaign Against GBV in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). The Tamar Campaign was based on a project by Claremont University Graduate School whose aim was providing ordinary people with a platform where they would meet and talk about gender- based violence- prevalence forms, types and contexts where these commonly occurred. We trained research assistants and collected data which we are currently analysing. The aim of this is an on- going collaborative Project between Kenyatta University and Claremont Graduate School and funded by Norwegian Church Aid
  • 27th January 2017, was contracted to draft the Publication on Inspiring Stories of African Women Scientists by Network of African Science Academies (NASAC) under the NASAC IAP -Project
  • February 2015, Lead Research Consultant “Stopping Violence Against Child/ Young Domestic Workers Through Regulation and Education – Kenya”. Client: IDAY –International, IDAY- Kenya.
  • January 2015, Won a competitive bid to provide consultancy services to International Peace Support Training Centre for “Gender Expert Review of Curricula for Gender Responsiveness.
  • November 20th, 2015, International Association of Women in Radio &Television: Short Consultancy as Gender Mainstreaming Consultant; Laico Regency Hotel, Nairobi.
  • May 2014, (With others) Won a competitive consulting bid on Raising staff awareness on the need for Gender Mainstreaming in Kenya Power and Lighting Company for a period of two years. We also disseminated their Sexual Harassment Policy to over 1000 members of staff in the five administrative regions in Kenya
  •  In November 2012, we won a competitive consultancy to information on HIV and AIDS and sexual behaviour change to road construction workers along Ejinja –Bumala road in western Kenya. Some of the emerging issues include; that there is a connection between women’s economic status and transactional sex; the roles of women in the family often acts as barrier to movement outside the home and impacts negatively on other areas of their personal growth. 
  •  December 2012 to May 2013, was part of team contracted by Kenya Power to develop a gender training module and disseminate the company gender policies. A publication based on the experiences gathered particularly on gender - based violence in the work place is with publishers.
  • From the year 2010 to date I have been involved in a project on the plight of domestic workers in Kenya. The aim of this project is to explore ways of converting domestic work into an enterprise/ employment of choice for many unemployed youth and women. The baseline survey accompanying the research underlined the various forms of Gender-based violence domestic workers are subjected to in their line of work 
  • August 2013, was an executive producer of a Documentary on Domestic work in Eastern Africa.
  • April – May 2011 conducted a Gender Impact Assessment for the Ministry of Agriculture National Agriculture and Livestock Extension Program (NALEP). The research noted the enormous contribution of women in both subsistence and commercial farming. However, this contribution is hardly given the recognition it deserves, by both the society and government

Membership to academic/ professional bodies

  •  Network of African Science Academies (NASAC). Position Held: Secretary, Women for Science Working Group ((WfSWG)
  •  Ecumenical Association of Third World Theologians (EATWOT)
  •   Circle of concerned African women theologians (The Circle)

ADMINISTRATIVE RESPONSIBILITIES

Recognized university administrative positions

  • Chairperson, Ad Hoc Committee on Housing of CRM (January 2021)
  • October 2018 to date: Chairman, Department of Sociology, Gender & development studies, Kenyatta University
  • October 2017 to September 2018: Chairman, Department of Gender & development studies, Kenyatta University
  • August 2016: Acting Chair, Department of Gender and Development Studies 
  • 2007- December 2011. Examinations Officer, Department of Gender and Development Studies.

Other responsibilities in the university

  • 2021 - Member of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences Conference committee (date of the conference to be confirmed).
  • Member of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences Conference committee (date of the conference to be confirmed).
  • August 2011, Appointed to the International Conference on Gender-based Violence and Sexual Harassment Committee
  • August 30th 2011- 2013, Appointment to School Curriculum Committee as a member
  • August 30th 2011- 2013, Appointment to School of Humanities Board of Graduate Studies as a member

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT AND OTHER CONTRIBUTIONS

  • September 2015, Invitation as a Facilitator for Gender Mainstreaming Awareness Workshop at Kisii University (Institute of Gender &Development Studies)
  •  December 2015- December 2018 Member of Board of Management, Nyamonema Secondary School, Kisii for a period of one (3) year.
  • December 2015- December 2018 Member of Board of Management, Ekerubo Mixed Secondary School, Kisii for a period of one (3) year.
  • December 2015- December 2018 Member of Board of Management, Itierio Boys High School, Kisii for a period of one (3) year

Research Funding

  • 2004 Won $ 5000, Small Grants for Thesis Writing from CODESRIA

Community outreach

  • Dissemination of the University Gender Policies to both students and staff of various cadres.
  • October 2010, Delivered a talk on Gender to Kenyatta University Economics Association
  • February 2011, Training of Trainers (students) on Gender Policy and Gender Based Violence & Sexual Harassment Policy
  • August 2011, Facilitator, Dissemination Seminar on Gender Policy and Gender Based Violence &Sexual Harassment to Grade ii/iv (non-teaching staff)
  • October 2011, Training of Trainers in Gender Sensitization, Dissemination of Gender Policy and the Gender Based Violence and Sexual Harassment Policy
  • February 2012, Facilitator TOT Workshop on Capacity Building for Students in Gender Awareness and Dissemination of Kenyatta University Gender Policies
  • June 2012, Facilitator for Seminar on Gender Policy and Gender Based Violence &Sexual Harassment to non-teaching staff at Ruiru Campus
  • October 2012, Facilitator TOT Workshop on Capacity Building for Students in Gender Awareness and Dissemination of Kenyatta University Gender Policies
  • July 2013, Facilitator (Gender) Borderless Higher Education for Refugees (BHER) INSTEP Program Lecturers Induction Workshop

 Recognitions awards and honours

  • Lecturer of the year Award. School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Kenyatta University (2002)

 Title/Qualifications: PhD
Department: 
Sociology ,Gender and Development Studies
Contact Address: 
Kenyatta University, P.O. BOX 43844 - 0100 Nairobi.
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Executive Dean, Graduate School -Kenyatta University
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Areas of Specialization

  • Gender training and Facilitation
  • Development Studies
  • Education
  • Gender, education and development
  • Gender, policy and planning
  • Gender and health
  • Gender and reproductive health
  • Gender and human rights
  • Gender, security and governance
  • Participatory approach and citizen engagement
  • Strategic management and gender
  • Gender and governance
  • Gender, planning and policy
  • Gender based violence
  • Gender and HIV/AIDS (preventive and management)
  • Gender and policy development
  • Rural and community development
  • Gender, agriculture and development
  • Gender, environmental conservation, management and sustainable development
  • Women empowerment in social-economic development
  • Gender analysis and mainstreaming
  • Institutional management and development
  • Project planning, monitoring and evaluation
  • Community mobilization for participatory development
  • Gender, media and journalism
  • Drugs and substance abuse
  • Gender responsive social research and report writing
  • Theories in gender and development studies
  • Social research methodology
  • Gender mainstreaming, empowerment and analysis
  • Gender mainstreaming and policies

Publications

Peer Reviewed Articles in International Journals: - Four two (42)articles

  • David Minja, Elishiba Kimani, Felistus Makhamara, Edna Moi, Jackson Mdoe, Paul Gachanja, James Oringo, James Onditi, J. Kirima, (2023). Table Banking and Women Economic Empowerment in Nakuru County, Kenya: American Journal of Youth and Women Empowerment (AJYWE) ISSN: 2835-3250 (ONLINE), Volume 2 Issue 2. https://journals.e-palli.com/home/index.php/ajywehttps://journals.ku.ac.ke/index.php/KUWEE/issue/current
  • Elishiba Kimani, Hilda Makhamara (2023). Utilization of Mobile Telephones by Women in Support of Informal Business in Rural and Urban Markets in Kiambu County, Kenya. Kenyatta University Women’s Economic Empowerment (KU-WEE) Journal-Volume 1 No. 1 (2023)
  • Mwangi, W., Kimani, E., Okong’o, G., & Majale, C. (2021). Domestic solid waste management practices in an informal settlement: A gendered perspective. International Journal of Research and Scholarly Communication4(2). Retrieved from https://royalliteglobal.com/ijoras/article/view/667
  • Mwangi, W., Kimani, E., Okong’o, G., & Majale, C. (2021). Domestic solid waste management practices in an informal settlement: A gendered perspective. International Journal of Research and Scholarly Communication, 4(2). Retrieved from https://royalliteglobal.com/ijoras/article/view/667
  • Mwangi JW, Kimani EN, Masiga CO. (2020) The Influence of Gendered Access/ Control of Land and Dairy Products on Household Welfare in Murang’a County, Kenya. Journal of Advanced Research in Humanities and Social Science Volume 7, Issue 2 - 2020, Pg. No. 20-26. advancedresearchpublications.com
  • Judy Wambui Mwangi, Elishiba Njambi Kimani and Casper Operee Masiga (2020) Strategies to promote equal access and control of land and dairy products for improved household welfare in Murang’a County, Kenya. In International Journal of Research in Economics and Social Sciences(IJRESS) Vol. 10 Issue 8, August- 2020. ISSN(o): 2249-7382. http://euroasiapub.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/IJRESS5-Aug20-7719-1.pdf
  • Judy Wambui Mwangi, Elishiba Njambi Kimani and Casper Operee Masiga (2020) Perceptions of Men and Women on Gendered Access and Control Of Land And Dairy Products In Murang’a County, Kenya. In Global scientific Journal (GSJ): Volume 8, Issue 7, July 2020, Online: ISSN 2320-9186 http://www.globalscientificjournal.com/journal_volume8_issue7_july_2020_edition_p4.html
  • Judy Wambui Mwangi, Elishiba Njambi Kimani and Casper Operee Masiga (2020). The Status of Gendered Access and Control of Land and Dairy Products And Their Influence On Household Welfare In Murang’a County. In Addaiyan Journal of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, Volume-2: Issue-6 (June-July, 2020) https://aipublisher.org/ajahss-volume-2-issue-6-june-july-2020/ 
  • Sarah Fedha Barasa, Elishiba Njambi Kimani and Dr. Pacificah Okemwa (2018). Factors Influencing Men’s Involvement in the Prevention of Violence against Women in Nairobi City County, Kenya. In International Journal of Gender and Women’s Studies. https://doi.org/10.15640/ijgws.v6n2p7
  • Paul Kizito, Elishiba Kimani and Mildred Lodiaga (April, 2017). Ventures Within Fisheries Value Chain that Men and Women Participate in Nairobi City County, Kenya. In Advances in Social Sciences Research Journal – Vol.4, No.8 http://scholarpublishing.org/index.php/ASSRJ/issue/view/145
  • Paul Kizito, Elishiba Kimani and Mildred Lodiaga (2017). Socio-economic determinants of men and women’s participation in fisheries value chain in Nairobi City County, Kenya. In IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Science (IOSR-JHSS) Volume 19, Issue 1, Ver. X (Feb. 2014), PP 75-85. org/iosr-jhss/papers/Vol19-issue1.
  • Gorreti Wangari, Elishiba Kimani, and Dr. Geofrey Wango (2017). Challenges faced by women football players who participate in football leagues. In Journal of Developing Country Studies ISSN 2520-5307 (Online) Vol.2, Issue 1 No.2, pp 13 -35, 2017 https://profiles.uonbi.ac.ke/gwango/files/challenges_faced_by_women_football_players_who_participate_in_football_leagues.pdf
  • Gorreti Wangari, Elishiba Kimani and Dr. Geofrey Wango (2017). Factors influencing the participation of women in the local football leagues. In International Journal of Gender Studies. https://www.iprjb.org/journals/index.php/IJGS/article/view/470
  • Joan Kabaria Muriithi, Lucy W. Ngige and Elishiba N. Kimani (March, 2017). Forms and Prevalence of Intimate Partner Violence Experienced by Women Survivors in Shelter Homes in Kenya. In International Journal of Humanities and Social Science Vol. 7, No. 3; March 2017. http://www.ijhssnet.com/journals/Vol_7_No_3_March_2017/19.pdf
  • Elishiba Kimani (February 2015). Women’s Knowledge and Food Security. In Pathways to African Feminism and Development, Filling Granary. In Journal of African Women Studies Center. University of Nairobi. Nairobi. Kenya. (Online) Link: juonbi.ac.ke/index.php/awsc
  • Judy Mwangi and Elishiba Kimani. (January, 2015). Factors Influencing Participation of men and women in Informal Finance Groups in Gachagi Informal Settlement in Thika Sub-County, Kenya. In the International Journal of Humanities & Social Studies. ISSN 2321-9203) Volume 3. Issue 1. theijhss.com
  • Judy Mwangi and Elishiba Kimani (January, 2015). Challenges Experienced by Men and Women in Informal Finance Groups in Gachagi Informal Settlement in Thika Sub-County, Kenya. In the International Journal of Innovative Research and Development. ISSN 2278. Volume 4. Issue 1. (Online)http://www.ijird.com/index.php/ijird/article/view/57630/44981
  • Judy Mwangi and Elishiba Kimani (May 2015). Operations of Informal Finance Groups in Gachagi Informal Settlement in Thika Sub-County, Kenya. In the International Journal of physical and social sciences. ISSN 2278. Volume 5. Issue 5. May, 2015. (Online).  http://www.ijmra.us/2015.ijpss-may.php.
  • Pauline W. Kamau, Elishiba Kimani and Grace Wamue-Ngare, (December, 2014) Challenges in Access to Microfinance Resources among Women in Kiharu Constituency, Murang’a County, in Kenya. In the International Journal of Innovative Social Sciences &Humanities Research 2 (4):68-74, Oct-Dec. 2014. ISSN: 2354-2926.
  • Esther Kibere, Elishiba Kimani and Mildred Lodiaga. (September, 2014). Gender Dynamics in Access to and Control of Benefits Accrued from Tea Farming in Kiganjo Division, Gatundu District-Kenya. In the International Journal of Farming and Allied Sciences. IJFAS Journal-2014-3-9/956-961/30September,2014. ISSN 2322-4134@2014 IJFAS. http://ijifas.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/956-961.pdf
  • Elishiba Kimani and Wanjiku Kabira. (September, 2014). Influencing National Policies towards Sustainable Food Security through Gender Mainstreaming. In the Prime Journal of Social Science (PJSS) ISSN: 2315-5051, Vol. 3((), pp. 837-841, September 29th, 2014. http://primejournal/continents/2014/se.htm
  • Pauline W. Kamau, Elishiba Kimani and Grace Wamue-Ngare. (September, 2014). Gender Relations in Utilization of Micro Finance Resources among Women in Kiharu Constituency, Murang’a County. In the Merit Research Journals of Art, Social Science and Humanities (ISSN:2350-2258) vol 2(7) pp. 095-100, Setember,2014. http://meritresearchjournals.org/assh/september.htm
  • Elishiba Njambi Kimani. (September 2014). Challenges in Quality Control for Postgraduate Supervision. In the International Journal of Humanities Social Sciences and Education (IJHSSE). Volume 1, Issue 9, September 2014, PP 63-70. ISSN 2349-0373 (Print) & ISSN 2349-0381 (Online). arcjournals.orghttp://www.arcjournals.org/ijhsse/2014_ijhsse_vi-i9.php
  • Pauline W. Kamau, Elishiba Kimani and Grace Wamue-Ngare. (August 2014). Gender Relations in Access to Micro Finance resources among women in Kiharu Constituency, Murangá County-Kenya. In the Prime Research on Education. ISSN: 2251. Vol. 4(5), pp. 717-722, August 11th, 2014. http:/primejournal.org/PRE/contents/2014/aug.htm
  • Grace Ngure, Nyakwara Begi, Elishiba Kimani and Maurine Mweu. (July 2014). Utilization of Instructional Media for Quality training in Pre-Primary School Teacher Training Colleges in Nairobi County, Kenya. In the Research Journali’s Journal of Education. 2/No. 7July/2014 ISSN 2347. 8225. www.researchjournali.com/pdf/798.pdf.
  • Dorothy M. Elijah, Elishiba N. Kimani and Geoffrey M. Wango. (December 2013). Gender-related Challenges faced by students in learning technical courses in Machakos Technical Training Institute, Machakos County-Kenya. In the Woodpecker Journal of Educational Research. wudpeckerresearchjournals.org ISSN 2315-7267. Vol. 2 (10)
  • Elishiba N. Kimani (June 2013). HIV/AIDS and the Community with Reference to Kenya. PPRIME Journals: In the Prime Journal of Social Science. primejournal.org/PJSS. ISSN: 2315-5051.
  • Tabitha Wang’eri, Elishiba Kimani, Samuel Mutueleli. (April, 2012). ‘Transitional Challenges Facing First Year Students in Kenyan Public Universities: A Case of Kenyatta University-Kenya’. In the Oriental Journals on International Review of Economics and Management. 2, No. 1. Online: www.oriental journal.org
  • Wanjiku Mukabi Kabira and Elishiba Njambi Kimani. (December, 2012). ‘The Historical Journey of Women’s Leadership in Kenya. In the Journal of Emerging Trends in Educational Research and Policy Studies (JETERAPS) 3(6): 842-849. Online: jeteraps.scholarlinkresearch.org
  • Joan Kabaria-Muriithi, Lucy Ngigi, Elishiba Kimani. (October, 2012).Factors Predisposing Women to Intimate Partner Violence in Kenya’. In the Journal of Emerging Trends (JETEAS, JETEMS, JETERAPS). OCTOBER 2012 EDITION, Volume 3. Number 5). Online Journal:http://www.ijarr.com
  • Josephine Kisulu. Elishiba Kimani, Donald Kombo. (2012). Factors influencing occupational aspirations among girls in secondary schools in Nairobi region – Kenya. In the Prime Research on Education (PRE). ISSN: 2251-1253. Volume 2, Issue 4, pp. 244-251. Online Journal-www.primejournal.org/PRE
  • Elishiba Njambi Kimani and Donald Kisilu Kombo. (2011). An Investigation of Community Participation in the Development of Schools and Income Generating Projects in Rural Areas in Kenya. In the British Journal of Educational Research 1(1): 58-68. Online Journal-www.sciencedomain.org.
  • Mwikamba Kaibui, R. W. Gakuru, J.N. Kathuri and N. Kimani. (2011). The Role of Retired Agricultural Extension Workers in Enhancing Farmers Socio-economic Development in Thika District-Kenya. In the Egerton Journal of Humanities, Science and Education. Vol. x, 2011. Njoro: Egerton University.
  • N. Kimani and M.N. Ndani: (2011). Challenges faced by teacher students of Kenyatta University in accessing further education through e-Learning: In the Global Education, Science, Technology and Public Policy Initiatives for Sustainable Development in Africa. Fall 2011 Edition. Volume 1 no. 1.
  • Elishiba Njambi Kimani and Donald Kisilu Kombo. (October 2011). Abortion in Kenya: An Examination of its causes and Effects on Female Students in Secondary Schools and Colleges in Kenya. In the Journal of Education & Social Sciences. Issue Number 2 Vol 1: Education, Human Resources Production and Social Economic Transformation in the 21st Century: Challenges and Opportunities. Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology.
  • Elishiba Njambi Kimani and Donald Kisilu Kombo. (2010). Challenges facing nuclear families with absent fathers in Gatundu North District, Central Kenya”. In the African Symposium: An online Journal of the African Educational Research Network. Issue (volume 10, No. 2). On line -the African Symposium (ISSN#TX 6-342-323).
  • Elishiba Njambi Kimani and Donald Kisilu Kombo. (2010). Gender and Poverty reeducation a Kenyan context. In the Education Research and Reviews International Academic Journals.  January 2010; 5 (1). On-line ournal::http://academicjournals.org/ERR2/contents/2010cont/Jan.htm.
  • Kimani E and Maina L (2010). Older Women’s Rights to Property and Inheritance in Kenya: Culture, Policy and Disenfranchisement. In the International Journal of Ethics and cultural Diversity in Social Work. On-line journal: http://pdfserve.informaworld.com/636052_929899868.pdf 
  • Kimani O. Mugenda, L. Maina, M. Wainaina (2010). Challenges facing female learners at various levels of education in Kenya. Isiphethu Solwazi: Unizulu International Journal of Education Volume 2, Number 1, 2010 URL:www.isiphethu.uzulu.ac.za ISSN: 2078-7545
  • Elishiba Kimani and Kaibui Mwikamba (2010). Gender Dynamic in Science and Technology.  In the Journal of Agriculture, Science and Technology (JAGST). Volume 12 (2) 2010.
  • N. Ndani and E.N. Kimani. (2010).  Factors Influencing Early Childhood Development Teachers; Motivation in Thika District, Kenya.  In the African Journal of Teacher Education AJOTE Volume 1 Number! Summer 2010.  ISSN:1916-7822.
  • N. Ndani and E.N. Kimani. (2009).  Community            Participation in School Teacher Motivation and Adequacy of the Physical       Learning Environment.  In Isiphethu Solwazi: Unizulu International Journal of             Education. Volume 1 Number 1 2009.  ISSN 2078-7545.     Also Online-URL:www.isiphethu.uzulu.ac.za.
  • Philomena Mwaura and Elishiba Kimani, (June 2009). Gender Based Violence: A Pastoral Challenge for the Church in Africa.  In the Orita Ibadab Journal of Religious Studies.  XLI/1 June 2009 ISSN 0030 5596 oritauijournal.org/This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
  • Elishiba Kimani. (2008). Gender Issues and HIV and AIDS in Universities. In the ChemChemi International Journal of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences: Volume 5 Number 1, 2008.

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.
  • Wanjama L.N., Kimani E.N., & Lodiaga M.J. (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. reliefweb.int/w/rwb.nsf/668614).

 Books chapters

  • 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
  • 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 of University of Nairobi and Amkeni Wakenya. Nairobi.
  • 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.
  • Elishiba Kimani (2005) “Why Gender is a Critical Issue in Textbook Writing”. in Eddah Gachukia and Fay Chung. The Textbook Writer’s Manual. Lusaka: International Institute for Capacity Building in Africa and United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).
  • Elishiba Kimani. (2004). “The Development Process: Strategies and Related Socio-Economic Indicators and problems”. In the Introduction to Development Studies for Africa. Acacia Publishers. Nairobi.
  • Elishiba Kimani. (2004). “Participatory Development”. In the Introduction to Development Studies for Africa. Acacia Publishers. Nairobi.
  • Elishiba Kimani. (2004). “Taking a gender Perspective in the Development Process: a justification”. In the Introduction to Development Studies for Africa. Acacia Publishers. Nairobi.

Books Edited

  • 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.

Refereed Learning Modules

  • Kenyatta University and UN women. The Africa Center for Transformative and inclusive leadership- Module one: Transformational Leadership by Prof Wangari Mwai, Prof Fredrick Gravenir, Prof Elishiba Kimani and Prof Catherine Ndung’o. Chapter written Lesson Three (3) the leader as a relationship builder, Coach and a mentor (Page 50-69)
  • Development of Digital School modules for AGD 202: Participatory Approaches and tools in Gender and Development for the Department of Gender and Development Studies-KU on 19th March 2015
  • Development of National Police Senior Command and Leadership Module NPS 003: Legal issues and trends in Police administration for Institute if Peace and Security-Kenyatta University on November, 2014
  • Development and review of the module for certificate in leadership development and mentorship appointed in 31st March 2014
  • Developed UCU 101 Development studies for Kenyatta University in 2004
  • Developed UCU 105 HIV/AIDS, Drug and Substances abuse for Kenyatta University in 2004

Editorship of a Conference Proceedings

  • 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.
  • A member of Editorial Advisory Board for Umea University Sweden – Department of Applied educational science- School of Education for the publication on “invisible girl” by Gun-Marie Franberg, Camilla Hallgren and Elza Dunkels. See the page on acknowledgement and editorial Board just before the table of content.
  • Organizer and editor for the conference proceedings for the First International Conference on Gender Based Violence held on1st -3rd August, 2012 in Kenyatta University.
  • Organizer and editor for the Conference proceedings for inaugural capacity building workshop on Doctoral provision in East Africa Organized by the Association of Common Wealth Universities, Kenyatta University and Institute of Education University of London Venue Kenyatta university Conference Centre (Nairobi, Kenya date 26th-28th August 2014.

 Administrative Appointments

  • 1st November, 2018 to date: Dean, Graduate School-Kenyatta University.
  • 17th April, 2013 to November, 2018: Associate Dean, Graduate School- Kenyatta University.
  • March 2010 to June 2010: Ag Director, Gender and Affirmative Action Implementation Centre, Kenyatta University.
  • 25th April, 2008 to April, 2013: Director, Kenyatta University Mentoring Programme.
  • 1st September, 2006 to 24th April, 2008: Coordinator, University Mentoring programme.
  • 16th March, 2000 to September 2006: Chair Person, Department of Development Studies, Kenyatta University.
  • 1st April, 1994 to 15th March, 2000:  Examination Coordinator, Department of Development Studies, Kenyatta University
  • May 1985 to 1990: Dean of Curriculum, Kilimambogo Teachers Training College- Also Tutor -Professional Studies and GHC (Geography, History and Civics).
  • September 1977 to October, 1980: Teacher and Headmistress Kiangunyi Secondary School 

Academic Appointments

  • 4th February, 2019: Professor - Gender, Education and Development Studies, Kenyatta University
  • 20th September, 2011 to 4th February, 2020: Associate Professor-Gender, Education and Development Studies, Kenyatta University.
  • January 2013 to date: Visiting Professor, Pan-Africa University of Basic Sciences, Technology and Innovation.
  • 1st January, 2012 to date: Curriculum Peer Reviewer, Commission for University Education (CUE).
  • 17th July, 2003 to 19th September 2011: Senior Lecturer, Department of Gender and Development Studies- School of Humanities and Social Sciences - Kenyatta University.
  • 1st July 1992 to 16th July, 2003: Lecturer, Department of Gender and Development Studies, Kenyatta University.
  • 5th October, 1990 to 30th June, 1992: Tutorial Fellow, Department of Development Studies, Kenyatta University.
  • May 1985 to 4th October, 1990: Senior Lecturer, Kilimabogo Teachers’ Training College (Teaching Professional Studies and GHC (Geography, History and Civics).
  • 1983 to 1985: Lecturer, Thogoto Teachers Training College –Tutor, Professional Studies and GHC (Geography, History and Civics).
  • 1981: Secondary School Teacher, Eastleigh High School, Nairobi City County, Kenya
  • 1980 to 1981: Secondary School Teacher, Mumbi Girls’ Secondary schools, Murang’a County, Kenya.
  • 1977 to 1980: Headmistress, Kiangunyi Girls Secondary School, Murang’a County, Kenya.

Consultancies

  • 1st Sept, 2019 to 30th June 2020: Consultant for Diakonia (a Non-Governmental Organization based in Nairobi) on coaching and mentorship in Gender mainstreaming for twenty-two (22) partner organizations all over the country.
  • June 2018 to date: Consultant for OXFAM in a House-hold Care Survey in Nairobi Informal Settlements: Promoting Livelihoods and Inclusion of Vulnerable Women Domestic Workers and Women Small Scale Traders.
  • June 3rd to 9th 2018: Lead Facilitator for the Meru Twaweza Programme Training Workshop Programme for Women Ward Representatives: A programme in the Office of the first Lady in Meru County to empower Grass root women, socially, economically and in leadership.
  • November 2016 to 2020: Consultant and Mentor in Gender Mainstreaming for Agile, Harmonized and Devolution Institutions (AHADI) in Counties’ Gender Mainstreaming as a cross cutting issue in Public Management, Governance and Planning based on County Integrated Development Plans (CIDP), 2017 to 2022 in Garissa and Wajir Counties. The overall responsibility is to ensure capacity building in mainstreaming gender in County planning, operations and policies for inclusivity in County development outcome and outputs.
  • 13th February to May 2017: Consultant for UN Women for the review and development of the Strategic Plan (2017-2022) for Maendeleo ya Wanawake Organization in Kenya.
  • February to March 2017: Consultant for African Women Study Center (University of Nairobi) to participate in the documentation on “100 years of women’s journey towards gender equality in Kenya” 1900-2000. The task culminated with a publication entitled Changing the Mainstream: Celebrating women’s resilience; University of Nairobi, African Women Studies Centre (2018). My chapter is titled: “Women’s organizations as agents of change 1985-2010”.
  • March to April 2016: Lead Consultant in a Baseline Survey for OXFAM on “The Documentation of Women’s Care work for Domestic Workers and Small Scale Traders in Nairobi Informal Sector”: Kibera, Mathare, Korogocho, Mukuru and Kawangware.
  • 5th January to 15th February 2015: Lead Consultant in the Mid-Term Evaluation of the Good Samaritan HIV/AIDS programme in Kenya, for United Bible Society-Kenya.
  • 6th January 2014 to Date: Appointed Visiting Professor for Mount Kenya University, Department of Economics and Development
  • 24th to 31st August 2014 Gender consultant for The Research Foundation for the State University of New York Kenya Project by SUNY Centre for International Development-in support of Kenya National Assembly Senate Standing Committee on Labour and Social Welfare: focus on: “Interrogating the policy options for increasing and retaining women’s participation in politics and in the public service sector”. Held in Lukenya Hotel- Mombasa Road.
  • 27thFebruary to 2nd March, 2014: Gender Consultant for The Research Foundation, State University of New York Kenya Project by SUNY Centre for International Development-in support of Kenya National Assembly Senate Standing Committee on Labour and Social Welfare: focus on: Implementing the National Gender Policy: How Gender Can Be Mainstreamed in Mombasa County. Held in Swahili Beach Hotel- Mombasa.
  • December 2013 to 15th August 2014: Researcher for Kenya Retirement Benefit Authority (RBA) on Risks and Opportunities Associated with Paying Lump Sum Pension Benefits to Retirees in Kenya: Implications for Income Security.’
  • November 2013: Gender Consultant for The Research Foundation for the State University of New York Kenya Project by SUNY Centre for International Development-Kenya for the Senate Standing Committee on Labour and Social Welfare the Kenya National Assembly Senate standing committee on Labour and Social Welfare: Presentation on Strategies to increase: Focus on “gender mainstreaming for parliamentary and review of National Gender policy: Interrogating Options and Challenges”. Held at Imperial Hotel, Kisumu.
  • April 2013 to June 2014: Lead Research for the African Women Studies Centre in the University of Nairobi on the “Documentation of Women’s Experiences in Food Security in Counties in Kenya”.
  • April 2013 to Date: Appointed Part-Time Professor for Pan Africa University for Science, Technology and Innovation (PAUSTI) to teach Gender and Human Rights (Common Course)
  • January 17th to March 8th 2013: Lead Consultant as an external evaluator in the Mid-term evaluation of United Bible Society in GSP: HIV and Take Charge Youth Programme in Corte D’ ivoire.
  • November 2012 to April 2013: Lead Researcher in the “Documentation of Best Practices for the adoption in Kenya Education Sector” African Study Centre University of Nairobi, funded by Amkeni Wakenya in Nairobi.
  • 6th-7th November 2012: Trained by the Commission for University Education (CUE) as a Resource person in Peer Review for Universities’ Programmes and Accreditation Process.
  • 29th October to 2nd November 2012: Lead Consultant in Gender and HIV/AIDS Francophone Training of Trainers Workshop held in Emlys Hotel in Abidjan-Corte D’ivoire, for the United Bible Society Africa HIV Service with a focus to Good Samaritan Programme (GSP)
  • 26th September to 5th October, 2012: Lead Consultant in Gender and HIV/AIDS Anglophone Training of Trainers Workshop held in Pacific Hotel in Lilongwe-Malawi for the United Bible Society Africa HIV Service:
  • June – November 2012: A resource person and supervisor for research projects in the areas of Gender and Development in the training Kenya Defence Force (KDF), for Cadets trainees at Kenya Defence Academy (Lanet).
  • 10th June to 15th July 2012: Consultant in the Gender Assessment/Evaluation for the USAID Funded programs being implemented through partnership/contract with the Government of Kenya and Non State Actors in Kenya.  The assignment is in a consortium of four other consultants, with the evaluation focusing on Education, Youth development, Health, Agriculture, Natural Resources and Governance programs.
  • 12th to 16th March 2012: Consultant in Gender and HIV Joint Programme Review in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia- For United Bible Society Africa HIV Service: The Task: entailed presentations and group work facilitations for the donors and countries’ HIV Programme co-coordinators in GBV, Human Rights, Sexuality and Child Rights.
  • January 2012 to 2019: Consultant for the African Women Studies Centre (University of Nairobi) as an advisor and researcher for advocating and lobbying the Ministry of Education for the Implementation of Article 43 (f) (Right to education) of Kenya Constitution.
  • 20th October 2011 to July 2012: Consultant for UNFPA and Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Development for the development of Sessional Paper on the Abandonment of FGM in Kenya.
  • May 2011: Consultant for Kenya Institute for Education (KIE) in facilitating an induction of the new curriculum for police instructors in the training colleges for GSU, APs as well Kiganjo Police training College in Nyeri.
  • March 2011 to date: Resource person in Universities’ Programmes and Accreditation Process for the Commission for University Education (CUE).
  • February 2011: Consultant for UN Women in Facilitating a workshop targeting senior police officers and members of PRIC to sensitize them on gender including validation of the gender components in the curriculum. As one of the facilitators, the workshop programme gave me an opportunity to interact and facilitate a sharing session with the of six senior women police officers who attended the 49th Annual International Conference of International Women in Policing (IWAP) held in Kentucky, USA in August 2011.
  • January 2011 To December 2014: External examiner for South Kenya University in Gender, Development and Social Sciences
  • January 21st to February 8th 2013: Lead Consultant and trainer as an external consultant in the Mid-term evaluation of United Bible Society HIV and Take Charge Youth Programme in Corte D’ ivoire.
  • 1st December 2010 to March 2011: UN Women Consultant in Mainstreaming Gender in the Kenya Police Curriculum within the Police Reforms Process
  • March 2010 to 2013: Consultant for gender mainstreaming and research component in Kenya Farmer Voice Radio, a joint programme for American Institute for research, being implemented by (Non State Actors)- KU, JKUAT, Kenya National Federation of Agricultural Producers and FIT resources – Key responsibility: Ensure mainstreaming of gender in radio stations, messages, delivery channels and recipients; Capacity building in gender for all stakeholders in the project.
  • January to June 2010: Participated as a member of a core team that developed the strategic plan for the African Women Studies Centre, University of Nairobi
  • June 2009 to 2013: Member of Kenyatta University Gender Implementation Advocacy Team (A joint initiative focusing on gender mainstreaming in Institutions of higher learning for FAWE and Universities in African Region)
  • May 2009 to November 2009: Consultant to Develop Kenya Port Authority and Dock Workers Union Gender Mainstreaming Institutional Policy.
  • November 2008-August 2009: Consultant for NCC and Ministry of Home Affairs in the Development of “National Plan of Action for Children in Kenya”.
  • October 2008 to September 2009: Lead Researcher in a joint research for Kenyatta University/UNICEF/ASHEWA on “Gender Representation in Levels of Education in Kenya: Identifying Opportunities for Policy, Action and Linkages.
  • September 22 to 26, 2008: Consultant and trainer in the Regional Workshop for Training of Trainers in Gender Based Violence and HIV/AIDS for USAID Health Initiative, organized by the Constella Features Group.
  • July to August 2008: Consultant in the writing of HIV and AIDS policy for Kenya Port Authority and Kenya Dock Workers Union.
  • April 14th 2008 to 16th April 2008: Consultant in gender mainstreaming and training on Gender, development and Human rights for religious leaders in Kinshasa, DRC.
  • September 2007 to 2010: Lead Consultant in training Dock Workers Union on Gender mainstreaming, HIV/AIDS and Gender Based Violence for Kenya Port Authority workers in which:

                  -I carried out a series of trainings on Gender, HIV/AIDS and GBV

                  - Developed a Dock Workers Union Policy on HIV/AIDS (April 2009)

                    -Developed a Dock Workers Union Policy on Gender mainstreaming (Validated on 16th and 17th Nov 2009 and to be launched on 19th Dec 2009).

  • September 2007 to January June 2008: Consultant for NCC and Ministry of Home Affairs in the development of the Kenya National Children Policy.
  • 30th July-1st July 2007: Consultant in a regional Training on Gender Based Violence and HIV AIDS for USAID Health Policy Initiative.
  • May to June 2007: Consultant in the writing of HIV and AIDS policy for Kiriri University
  • February 2007: Lead consultant in the writing of HIV and AIDS policy for Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology.
  • October, 2006 to date: A member for a technical team for research in small arms and human security for the Great Lakes Region and the Horn of Africa coordinated by Regional Centre on Small Arms (RECSA) and Institute for Security Studies (ISS).
  • September 22-26, 2008: Consultant and trainer in the Regional Workshop for  Training of Trainers in Gender Based Violence and HIV/AIDS for USAID Health Initiative, organized by the Constella Features Group.
  • September 2006 to July 2007: Engaged by the Norwegian Church Aid as a consultant in a series of trainings and TOT in gender mainstreaming in development programs, GBV, HIV and Development for military, police and media officers in Bukavu, DRC.
  • May- Dec 2006:  Member of Technical team for the National Commission on Gender and Development and Ministry of Gender, Sports, Culture and Social Services to spearhead the development of National Strategic Framework for Addressing Gender Based Violence in Kenya.
  • February 2006 to May 2007: Consultant in a series of gender trainings and TOT for the Norwegian Church Aid partners (Non State Actors) in Great Lakes Region at Kigali Rwanda.
  • January 2006 -November 2007: A member of Technical Team for Research on Human Security and Small Arms in the Horn of Africa and the Great Lakes Region, coordinated by the Regional Center for Small Arms (RECSA) and the Institute for Security Studies (ISS), supported by International Development Research Center (IDRC) and the Center for International Development Research (CRDI). The team has developed the 5 years Strategic Plan on, “Integrating Research Capacity-Building Information Exchange on Small Arms & Light Weapons (SALW) in the Great Lakes Region and the Horn of Africa.
  • May to August 2005: Consultant in the Needs Assessment Study on Gender responsive intervention for the IDPs in Shilalo Village, Eritrea, for the Norwegian Church AID.
  • April to September 2004: Lead Consultant for the Collaborative Centre for Gender and Development in a baseline survey to establish best practices, lessons learnt and challenges in existing efforts in the advancement of child rights, protection and welfare in the areas of operation for Plan Kenya.
  • May 2003 – September 2004: Lead Researcher for a Baseline Survey (study) on the Situational Analysis of Primary Education in Somalia: From a gender Perspective, For UNICEF Somalia              
  • April 2003 to December 2006: Consultant and Gender adviser and trainer for Norwegian Church Aid (NCA) programme officers and partners (Non-State Actors) in ten countries of the Great Lakes Region and the Horn of Africa (Programs are in: Health, Child rights, education, water, sanitation, environment, agriculture, FGM, HIV and AIDS, Health and Emergency interventions.  My responsibilities included: Review of strategic plans, Advising and training NCA program officer, partners and counterparts in Rights Based Approach to Development, Gender analysis, Monitoring and Evaluation, advising and capacity building on the effective implementation of the institutional Gender Policy, report writing and gender.
  • January to March 2003: Lead Consultant in a Needs Assessment Study on Girls’ Education and Empowerment for Women in Plan International, Kenya Project Areas – A joint project for Plan Kenya and the Collaborative Centre for Gender and Development.
  • January to February 2003: Lead consultant for a needs Assessment study for capacity building in gender mainstreaming for the NGOs, Community and Faith Based Organizations (Non State Actors in five Project Units (Thika, Embu, Kisumu, Kwale and Kilifi) for Plan International, Kenya.
  • October 2002 to June 2006. Consultant for gender in the joint project for GOK and Kenyatta University on: Enhancing Girls’ participation and performance in Mathematics, Science and Information Technology in Primary, Secondary and Universities Levels of Education. My role is to mainstream gender in the project cycle, M and E, advice, research and training in gender related issues.
  • August to September 2002: Consultant for UNICEF SOMALIA in gender mainstreaming and capacity building for leadership Organizational Development (TOT) for youth leadership programme in NGOs and Community Based Organizations (Non State Actors) in Somalia. The workshop and trainings were done in Hargeisa, Somalia.
  • February 2002 to December 2003: Gender Consultant for UNICEF SOMALIA in the development of Puntland and Somaliland Education Policy and strategic plan, (PEPP).
  • January to February 2002: Consultant for UNICEF SOMALIA in Gender Capacity Building Training of Trainers (TOT) for primary school teachers in the use of new syllabus and textbooks for grades 1-4 in Somalia. The workshop was held in Hargeisa, Somalia.
  • 2000 to 2006: Consultant to organize, facilitate and train partners in Gender for the Collaborative Centre for Gender and Development. Specific activities:

                   -Needs assessment

                   -Report writing

                   -Planning for the trainings

                   -Programmes monitoring and evaluation for partners and counterparts

                   -Analyzing and Processing information

                    -Documentation

                    -Dissemination of reports among partners and counterparts

  • June to September 2000: Consultant for FAWE to develop Gender Training manual for country Chapters.
  • April 2000: Consutant for Fawe in the development of a gender and Education training manual based on the video- ‘These Girls are Missing’.
  • April 2000: Lead Consultant for Plan International, Kenya in the training of Primary School Teachers involved in the Msingi Bora Project.  The project focus was to enhance gender responsive teaching and career guidance especially for girls) in the PLAN KENYA primary schools in project areas in Kenya.
  • February 2000: Consultant for FAWE as a Gender trained for the Managers and teachers for the FAWE School of Excellence in Kigali, Rwanda
  • May 1998 to December 1998: Consultant for UNICEF Country Office and GOK: Gender trained for Policy Makers and Curriculum Developers in Early Childhood Development (ECD) for the UNICEF Girl Child Project.  
  • February 1997 to March 1998: Consultant for USAID project to influence Parliamentary Bills, processes and structures to ensure that gender issues and governance were continuously taken on board.
  • April 1997- December, 2007: Lead consultant in gender and training, coordination and evaluation for various programs/projects and review of strategic plan for the Collaborative Centre for Gender and Development (An NGO based in Nairobi and operating in most counties of Kenya;
  • May- July, 1997: Consultant for UNICEF/GOK: Consultant as a Gender trainer for Policy Makers and Curriculum Developers in the Ministry of Education for the UNICEF Girl Child Project.
  • February, 1992- May, 1997: Consultant for Ministry of Education to Train key stakeholders – Policy makers, curriculum developers, publishers and teachers in mainstreaming gender in Education - Focus of the Training was on picking and addressing Gender Issues in curriculum, school and classroom environment, Gender responsive Teaching and Learning Methods.  

Membership Of Professional Bodies 

  • Kenya Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics (KAGG) - Membership Number 13
  • Christian Scientific Association of Kenya (CSAK) - Membership number KCSA/17/0277

Achievements

  • Successfully supervised thirteen (13) PhD students and forty (40) Masters’ students.
  • Published forty two (42) articles in peer reviewed journals in diverse fields.
  • Published eight (8) books, seven (7) book chapters, two (2) books editorship and seven (7) E-Learning modules.
  • Participated in seminars, trainings and workshops.
  • Engaged in various consultancies with local, regional and international organizations and institutions.
  • Received Kenyatta University Vice Chancellor’s Award for exemplary performance in recognition and appreciation of demonstrated commitment and hard work in the University (December 2012).
  • Continuous engagement in community service and outreach.
  • Held different leadership and university management positions as Departmental Examination coordinator, Chairman, Director, Associate Dean Graduate School and currently Ag. Dean-Graduate School
  • Appointed as Chairman and member of various Committees and Boards in the university.
  • Served in various national, regional and  international boards
  • Trained and appointed by the Commission for University Education to participate as a peer reviewer for University programmes and Site inspection.
  • Participated in the development and review of academic programmes for the Department of Sociology, Gender and Development Studies, School of Security, Diplomacy and Peace Studies as well as other institutions outside Kenyatta University.
  • Participated in the writing of grant proposals for the University.
  • Networked with many organizations and institutions, nationally, regionally and globally.
  • Initiated and operationalized the Kenyatta University Mentoring Program in 2006 to 2013.

Research and Development Grants:

  • 2014/2015: Participated as a member of the committee that developed the Grant Proposal that resulted with winning the partnership between Kenyatta University and USAID for the hosting of Regional Leadership Centre -under USA President Obama’s Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI).
  • Nov 2014: I participated as a member of the Committee that developed a research grant proposal that brought 5,300,000 ($58,889) to the University for the rehabilitation of Mukurwe wa Nyagathanga- the Agikuyu Shrine.
  • October 2014 to July 2015: Participated as a member of the committee that developed a research proposal in Dec 2013 for KSH. 4,760,300 ($ 51,958) as a research grant from Kenya Retirement Benefit Authority (RBA). The study in which I was one of the researchers was on the “Risks and opportunities associated with paying lump sum pension benefits to retirees in Kenya: implications for income security”.
  • November, 2012 to January, 2013: Participated as a member of the team who developed the technical proposal for UN Women African Centre for Transformational Leadership (ACTIL), for establishment of a training centre in 2012 through a partnership between UN Women Eastern and Southern Africa Regional Office in Kenya and Kenyatta University to host ‘Africa Centre for Inclusive Transformational Leadership’ Initial grant awarded to the University for the Project was $ 57,000,000.
  • October 2008 – September 2009: I have successfully applied for a research grant for a joint research project for UNICEF/ Association for Strengthening Higher Education for Women in Africa (ASHEWA) /Kenyatta University for Kenya country level research work entitled “Female Representation in various levels of education in Kenya: Identifying Opportunities for Policy, Action and Linkages”- Funded in December 2008, amount of the Grant- 1,101,3 50.


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Position:Associate Professor
Department: Sociology, Gender & Development   Studies
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PUBLICATIONS

REFEREED JOURNALS

  • 2023: Grace Wamue-Ngare, P. Okemwa, I. Kimunio, Miruka, G. Okong’o, P. Kamau,  L. Maina, J. Njuguna, L. Kiruja, S. Okoth ( 2023) Estimating the economic impact of gender-based violence on women survivors: A comparative study of support program interventions in Makueni and Naivasha, Kenya in  Elsevier Journal
  • 2023: Kaguongo A. W; G.  Ngare; M.  Mwangi (2023) Utilizing Gender Knowledge of Effective Adoption within Cooking Banana and Plantain Value Chain in Murang’a, Kirinyaga and Embu Counties, Kenya in the Kenyatta University Women’s Economic Empowerment (Ku-Wee) Journal Vol 1 No 1 (2023) https://journals.ku.ac.ke/index.php/KUWEE/issue/view/34
  • 2023: Grace Wamue-Ngare, P. Okemwa, O. Miruka, L. Maina, G. Okong’o, I. Kimunio, P. Kamau, J. Njuguna, L. Kiruja (2023) “Effectiveness of State and Non-State Actors’ Initiatives in Addressing the Economic Empowerment Needs of Women Survivors of Gender-Based Violence in the Kenyatta University Women’s Economic Empowerment (Ku-Wee) Journal Vol 1 No 1 (2023) https://journals.ku.ac.ke/index.php/KUWEE/issue/view/34 
  • 2023: Peter Wambua, A. K. Maruta, A. Njoki, A. Nkonge, B. Rufo, C. Njuguna, C. Kiboro, D. Mwabu, E. Njiru, E. Kangai, F. Karimi, Faith K. Kimathi, G. Kaburu, G. Mwabu, G. Kagwiria, G. Mose, G. Ngare, J Kanana, J. Ng'ang'a, J. Njagi, J. Bore, J. Kivondo, L. Njeru, L. Kiruja, M. Ndungu, P. Samoei, P. Njeru, S. Muigai, S. Kiganka, S. Onywere, S. Mitugo, T. Mwoma, V. Nyarunda, W. Thiongo, W Muriungi Enhancing Women’s Livelihoods, Labor Force Participation, Psychosocial Wellbeing, and Child Development through the Crèche Programme in Tharaka Nithi County, Kenya: Findings from a Pilot Study in the Kenyatta University Women’s Economic Empowerment (Ku-Wee) Journal Vol 1 No 1 (2023) https://journals.ku.ac.ke/index.php/KUWEE/issue/view/34 
  • 2023: Shannon N. Wood; Meagan Byrne; M. Thiong’o; B. Devoto; G. Wamue-Ngare, M. R. Decker, P. Gichangi, (2022) “Fertility and Contraceptive Dynamics amidst COVID-19: Who is at Greatest Risk for Unintended Pregnancy among Adolescents and Young Adults in Nairobi, Kenya? Target Journal: Lancet Child and Adolescent Health (IF: 11.3; Journal of Adolescent Health
  • 2022: Ndirangu, A. ; G. Wamue-Ngare; G.  Wango: “Delivery of Life Skills Education to Influence Boys’ and Girls’ Sexuality Behaviour in Secondary Schools in Nairobi City County, Kenya” in the International Journal of Education and Research (IJER) Manuscript ID: 225596. In Press.
  • 2022: Ndirangu, A. ; G. Wamue-Ngare; G.  Wango: “Implementation of Life Skills Education Programme On Sexuality in Selected Secondary Schools in Nairobi City County, Kenya” in European –American Journals. Manuscript ID: BJPR-480.
  • 2022: Bevilacqua KG; A. Williams; SN Wood; G. Wamue-Ngare; M., Thiong’o; P. Gichangi MR. Decker (2022): “Sexual Harassment Before and During The COVID-19 Pandemic Among Adolescent Girls and Young Women (AGYW) In Nairobi, Kenya in BMJ Open Journal.
  • 2022: Wood S. N: R. Malkovich: M. Thiong’o: M. E. Byrne: B. Devoto: G. Wamue-Ngare: M. R. Decker: P. Gichangi: “Challenges to menstrual hygiene management throughout the COVID-19 pandemic among a cohort of adolescent girls and young women in Nairobi, Kenya in eClinical Medicine Journal – Part of THE LANCET DISCOVERY Science Ref. No.: eclinm-D-22-00036:
  • 2022: Arum, M. A., Ngare, G., & W. Mwai, (2022). “Sexual Assault and its Effects on Male Prisoners’ Rehabilitation: A Case of Kamiti Medium Prison, Kiambu County- Kenya” in a Journal of Gender Related Studies, 3(1), 1–32. https://doi.org/10.47941/jgrs.829.
  • 2022: Decker M. R., K. Bevilacqua, S.N. Wood, G. Wamue-Ngare, M. Thiong’o, M.E. Byrne A. Williams, B. Devoto, N. Glass, L. Heise, P. Gichangi (2022) “Gender-Based Violence During COVID-19 Among Adolescent Girls and Young Women in Nairobi, Kenya: A Mixed-Methods Prospective Study Over 18 Months” in a BMJ Global Health2022;7: e007807.
  • 2021: Miruka, S.M; G. Wamue-Ngare & P. Okemwa (2021) “Passage of Family Laws in Kenya’s National Assembly (11thParliament - 2013 To 2017): The Impact of Women Legislators, in a Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law. Volume 43, Issues2 Routledge- Taylor & Francis, DOI: 1080/09649069.2021.1953858
  • 2021: Muthama, B. M., Ngare, P. G. W., & Wanjama, D. L. N. (2021). The Levels of Participation for Men and Women in Resolving Community Conflicts Using ADR Mechanisms in Kapskwony Sub-County, Bungoma County, Kenya. Journal of Gender Related Studies, 2(1), 1–14. https://doi.org/10.47941/jgrs.504 Vol. 2 No. 1 (2021)
  • 2020: Miruka S. O., G. Wamue -Ngare, P. Okemwa (2021) “ Methods used by Women to Influence Legislative Processes and Outcomes in Kenya’s National Assembly of the 11th  Parliament (2013-2017) in  International Journal of Gender Studies . Vol. 6 No. 1 (2021). International Peer Reviewed Journals and Books (IPRJB) ·
  • 2020: Mutuma. S. N. , Ngare, P. G. W., & Okemwa, P. (2020) “Gender-Related Factors that Influence Women and Men’s Participation in Small-Scale Greenhouse Farming in The Peri-Urban Area of Ongata Rongai, Kenya. In the International Journal of Humanities & Social Sciences DOI: 10.24940/theijhss/2020/v8/i7/HS2007-092 Volume 8, Issue 7.
  • 2020: Muthama, B. M., Ngare, P. G. W., & Wanjama, D. L. N. (2020). “Gender Dynamics Determining Men and Women’s involvement in Community Conflicts through Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Mechanisms in Kapskwony”, .Research on Humanities and Social Sciences www.iiste.org ISSN 2224-5766 (Paper) ISSN 2225-0484 (Online) Vol.10, No.21, 2020 56 [DOI: 10.7176/RHSS/10-21-05]
  • 2020: Wamue-Ngare, G. (2020). “Tiri Concept and its Huge Significance in Africa’s Religio-Culture”. Jumuga Journal of Education, Oral Studies, and Human Sciences (JJEOSHS), 3(1), 1-12. https://doi.org/10.35544/jjeoshs.v3i1.
  • 2019: Wamue-Ngare G. (2019) “Eradicating Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) in Kenya: Lessons Learnt from Gikuyu Women Change Stories” in African Journal of Gender and Women Studies. ISSN 2516-9831 Vol. 4 (10), pp. 001-013, October, 2019. Available online at www.internationalscholarsjournals.org © International Scholars Journals
  • 2019: Miriti L.; G.  Wamue-Ngare; C.  Masiga and I. Maina (2019) “Gender Gaps in the Levels of Participation in Improved Bee Keeping: Case of the Maasai Community in Trans Mara, Narok County, Kenya in the Journal of Livestock Policy ISSN 2525-4685 (Online) Vol.1, Issue 1. No.1, pp 1- 22. http://www.iprjb.org/journals/index.php/JLP/article/view/846
  • 2019: Miriti L.; G.  Wamue-Ngare; C.  Masiga and I. Maina (2019) “Gender Gaps in Decision Making Power in Households: Case of Improved Bee Keeping Among the Maasai Community in Trans Mara, Narok County, Kenya” in the  International Journal of Gender Studies ISSN 2520-4025 (Online) Vol.4, Issue 1. No.2, pp 19- 36. https://www.iprjb.org/journals/index.php/IJGS/article/view/838
  • 2019: Miriti L.; G.  Wamue-Ngare; C.  Masiga and I. Maina (2019) “The Gender Gaps in Challenges Facing Farmers in Improved Bee Keeping: Case of the Maasai Community in Trans Mara, Narok County”, Kenya in the  International Journal of Gender Studies ISSN 2520-4025 (Online) Vol.4, Issue 1 No.1, pp 1- 18, https://www.iprjb.org/journals/index.php/IJGS/article/view/839
  • 2019: Miriti L.; G.  Wamue-Ngare; C.  Masiga and I. Maina (2019). “Gender Responsive Strategies That Can Be Employed In Improved Bee Keeping In Trans Mara Sub County, Narok County, Kenya”. Journal of Livestock Policy ISSN 2525-4685 (Online) Vol.1, Issue 1. No.2, pp 23- 33. https://www.iprjb.org/journals/index.php/JLP/article/view/847
  • 2018: Droy, L.; L. Hughes, ;  M. Lamont, ; P. Nguura,; D.  Parsitau, and G. Wamue Ngare, (2018). “Alternative Rites of Passage in FGM/C Abandonment Campaigns in Africa: A research opportunity”. LIAS Working Paper Series, Vol. 1, University of Leicester.
  • 2014: Kamau P., E. Kimani, G. Wamue-Ngare (2014) “Gender Relations in Utilization of Micro Finance Resources among Women in Kiharu Constituency, Murang'a County-Kenya" in Merit Research Journals of Art, Social Science & Humanities Vol. 2 (7) pp 095-100, September 2014  ISSN: 2350-2258( available online-http://www.meritresearchjournals.org/assh/index.htm
  • 2014: Kamau PW, Kimani E, Wamue-Ngare G (2014). “Gender Relations In Access To Micro Finance Resources Among Women In Kiharu Constituency, Murang’a County, Kenya”  in the   Prime Research On Education: ISSN: 2251-1253. Volume 4, Issue 5, pp. 717-722  ( available online – http://www.primejournal.org/PRE/contents/2014.aug.htm
  • 2013: Miriti L., N. Wamue, C. Masiga (2013) "Gender Concerns in Banana Production and Marketing: their impacts on resource Poor Households in Imenti South District,  Kenya" in The African Journal of Horticultural Sciences Vol. 7 ( http://hakenya.net
  • 2013: Barasa F. Sarah, G. Wamue-Ngare and L. Wanjama (2013) “Experience Of School-Related Gender-Based Violence By Pupils And The Culture Of Silence: A Case of Primary Schools In Kasarani District, Nairobi County, Kenya” for the International Journal of Education and Research Vol. 1 No. 3 March 2013 pp 1-19 Published by Contemporary Research Center Australia ISSN 2201-6333 (Print) ISSN 2201-6740 (Online).
  • 2013: Miriti L., N. Wamue, C. Masiga (2013) "Gender Concerns in Banana Production and Marketing: their impacts on resource Poor Households in Imenti South District,  Kenya" in The African Journal of Horticultural Sciences Vol. 7 ( http://hakenya.net
  • 2013: Mwangi W. Alice,  G. Wamue – Ngare, and Wangari Mwai (2013 ) “Relationship Between Alcoholism And Family Cohesion, Kigio Location, Gatanga District, “in the International Journal of Education and Research Vol. 1 No. 7 July,  Published by Contemporary Research Center Australia: ISSN (Print), ISSN  (Online)
  • 2013: Ndirangu N. Agnes, G. Wamue – Ngare, and G. Wango (2013 ) “Gender Factors in Implementation of Life Skills Education in Secondary Schools in Nairobi, Kenya “in the International Journal of Education and Research Vol. 1 No. 5 May. Published by Contemporary Research Center Australia: ISSN 2201-6333 (Print), ISSN 2201-6740 (Online)
  • 2012: Wamue-Ngare,  G. (2012) “Sexual Violence against Women and Girls in Kenya: A Critical Review of the Sexual Offences Bill 2007” In the International Journal of Social Sciences Tomorrow (IJSST) Vol. 1 No. 6, pp 1-9 ISSN: 2277-6168  August 2012
  • 2011: Wamue-Ngare, G. & Nancy W. Njoroge (2011) “Gender Paradigm Shift Within The Family Structure In Kiambu, Kenya; in the African Journal of Social Sciences Vol. 1 No. 3  November 2011  pp 10-20 ISSN 2045-8452 (Print) and 2045-8460 (Online)
  • 2011: The Mungiki Movement: A Source of Religio-Political Conflict in Kenya” in Religion and Conflict in Neoliberal Africa edited by Smith, J.H and Rosalind I.J. Hackett. Notre Dame Press, Kroc Institute, 2011.  ISBN 10:0 -268-03095-2 and ISBN 13: 978-0-268-03095-7
  • 2011: Wamono, EBK   G. Wamue-Ngare, A. Kaaya, Z Ng'ang'a,  A. Manyama, M Mwangi, JH Muyonga) (2011)  “Nutrient-Enhancement of Matooke Banana for Improved Nutrient Intake of People Living With HIV/AIDS In Rakai District, Uganda  in the African Journal of Food, Agriculture, Nutrition and Development.   Vol. 11, No. 4 ISSN: 1684-5358 ISSN: 1684-5358    EISSN: 1684-5374 Vol. 11,   Num. 4.
  • 2010: Muyonga,  J. et.al  ( 2010) “Banana Tissue Culture and Nutrient Enhancement for Food Security and Income Generation among People Living with AIDS in the Lake Victoria Basin”  in a Journal of African Affairs by the Institute of African Studies. Hankuk University of Foreign Affairs, Seoul, Korea Vol. 28
  • 2001:  Wamue, G. (2001) “Revisiting Our Indigenous Shrines through the Mungiki”: Journal of the Royal African Society. Volume 100 Number 400, July, 2001.
  • 1991: Wamue, G. (1991) “Why The Poor Children Stay Sick.  The Human Ecology of Child Health and Welfare in Rural Malawi in the  Journal of Eastern African Research and Development Vol. 20
  • 1989: Wamue G.N and D.P Sandgren (1989) “Christianity and the Kikuyu: Religious Divisions and Social Conflict”. In the Journal of Religion in Africa. Peter Lang. N

ARTICLES IN BOOKS

  • 2021: Torjesen K; M. Warren; G. Wamue-Ngare (2021) “Guidance for Applied Cross-National Research in Under-Resourced Countries: Lessons from a Gender –Based Intervention in the Democratic Republic of Congo” in Cultural Methods in Psychology-Describing and Transforming Cultures Edited by Kate C. McLean. Oxford University Press. UK; ISBN: 9780190095949

  • 2021- Wamue-Ngare G., A. Warren & K.J. Trojesen (2021) Combating Gender-Based Violence and Fostering Women’s Well-Being: Religion as a Tool for Achieving Sustainable Development Goals in Congo in Handbook of Research on Novel Practices and   Current Successes in Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals edited by Popescu, C. R. (Ed.). IGI Global. http://doi:10.4018/978-1-7998-8426-22004; 10.4018/978-1-7998-8426-2.ch003
  • 2019: Wamue-Ngare G (2019) “Legitimizing Cultural Positioning: Single Mothers’ Self-Retribution through Dowry Payment: Analogy from Gikuyu’s 10th Daughter” in Familiar Tears (edited) by Wamue-Ngare & P. Kamau. Lambert Academic Publishing ISSN 978-613-9-44556-1
  • 2004: Wamue-Ngare, G (2004) “The Use of European Traditions in the Study of Religion in Africa: East African Perspective” in European Traditions in the Study of Religion in Africa edited by Ludwig F. and A. Adogame. Harrassowitz Verlag, Wiesbaden  2004
  • 2003: Wamue, G, and M. Theuri (2003) Quests for Integrity in Africa, Acton Publishers, New York 2003.
  • 2003: Wamue, G (2003) “Mungiki Movement in Kenya: Religio-political Analysis”  NCCK Publication, Nairobi-Kenya
  • 2003: Wamue, G (2003) “Single Parenting; My Own Story” in Women and Conflicts in Kenya edited by Getui M. and H. Anyanga.  Faith Publishers. Nairobi
  • 2001:  Wamue, G (2001) “Women and AIDS in Kenya: Some General Observations”: in Quests for Abundant Life in Africa edited by M.N. Getui and M.M Theuri 2001, Acton Publishers. Nairobi
  • 1999: Wamue, G (1999) “Food Crisis in Kenya” in Theology of Reconstruction edited by Mary N. Getui and P. Obeng 1999 Acton Publishers. Nairobi
  • 1997: Wamue, G (1997) “The Ministry of Women in the Church: An indigenous Cultural Evaluation” in Women in the Church. Edited by Chilver A, Continuum, Nigeria.
  • 1996: Wamue, G (1996) “The Widows Dilemma”: In Violence against Women: edited by Wamue G.N. and M. Getui.  Acton Publishers Nairobi.
  • 1996: Wamue, G (1996) “Taboos and Women’s Well Being” in Groaning in Faith.  Edited by Musimbi K. and N. Njoroge.  Acton publishers.  Nairobi
  • 1994/95: Structural Adjustment policies and the cultural context. Independent Review 1992: Yide, O. Essential Traditions and practices in Kenya for Longman Publishers

CONFERENCES & WORKSHOPS

BEING INVITED TO A CONFERENCE AS GUEST SPEAKER

PUBLIC LECTURE

  • 2019: Invited as Guest speaker for a public lecture  on  “Gender in the 21st Century: Gender Perspectives in Leadership and Education on 21st March, 2019 at the Mount Kenya University-City Campus

CONFERENCE SPEAKER

  • 2020: Webinar: Invited to participate in a Virtual Conference on Gender Sensitization and Emotional Competence among Women in COVID-19-Global perspectives organized by Department of Women's Studies, Bharathiar University-Coimbatore-India and gave a presentation on 5th August, 2020 entitled: Gender Power Dynamics during Covid 19: The Sexual & Gender based Reality in Kenya
  • 2019: Tamar Campaign As a Model to Address SGBV in Eastern Congo; Seminar on 7th March, at Kenyatta University, Nairobi-Kenya.
  • 2018: Side by Side Movement for Gender Justice Conference on 28th – 30th November, 2018 at  Desmond Tutu Conference Centre AACC Nairobi, Kenya
  • 2019:Participated in Training of Trainers' (TOT) Workshop on HIV Mainstreaming and Integration into Curriculum on the topic: “Introduction To Integration and Mainstreaming BAL International training workshop, Nairobi 14th-19th February,–JKUAT -Nairobi
  • 2019: Biotechnology workshop on Waste Residue as Alternative to Conventional Inorganic Fertilizers for Sustainable Food Production in Sub-Sahara Africa at Kenyatta University on 9th -10th January,.
  • 2018: Resource Mobilization Strategy Validation on 14th November, Safari Park Hotel.
  • 2018: International Biotechnology: LEAP –AGRI funded CLASMABAN Project meeting on 7th – 10th November, Outreach (VIB-IPBO) Belgium Center.
  • 2018: Alternative Rites of Passage (ARP) Proposal Development workshop- 9th March, Leicester University, UK.
  • 2017: Participated in the Pan African Alliance, PABRA: Joint steering Committee and Planning workshop, Nairobi on 30th January – 3rd February at Royal Orchid Azure hotel, Nairobi.
  • 2016: Participated in the Symposium on Weaving Just Peace: African Women’s Transformative Leadership in Contest of Transiti on Symposium, 15th August, Kenyatta University Conference Centre.
  • 2016: Invited to be an Academic Partner for the 2nd World Conference on Women’s Studies Conference- Sri Lanka- 5-6th May,
  • 2016:  Participated in a Value Chain for Nutrition Project Inception Workshop organized by the International Centre for Tropical Agriculture since 1967 (CIAT),: Gave a Paper on the Gender Strategy for the Research Project  4th-8th April

RESEARCH GRANTS/ AWARDS; RECOGNITION TRAINING & CONSULTANCIES

TRAINING

  • 2023: Prepared the end of year report for the Project: What Works to Prevent Violence: Impact at Scale-Research and Evaluation Component funded by the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) through the George Washington Institute (GWI).
  • 2023: Prepared the end of year report for the Project INtegrated and Circular Technologies for Sustainable city region FOOD systems in Africa funded by the European Union
  • Prepared the end of year report for the Project entitled: Management Advisors/AGILE Phase 2: Gender-Based Violence Evidence for Action funded by The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation through the Johns Hopkins University.
  • 2021: Conducted a Gender Training for Murang’a Banana and Plantains Stakeholders.
  • 2019: Facilitated a Training of Senior Management on Gender Responsive Budgeting- GRB at Kenyatta University held on 28th May.
  • 2019: Facilitated a Training of Trainers Workshop on Gender and Sexual & Gender Based Violence at Kenyatta University on 14th – 15th March
  • 2019: Represented  Kenyatta University at Ministry of Gender- State Department to organize for the National Celebrations on the International Women’s Day- January to March  -
  • 2018: Facilitated during the Staff Training on Gender mainstreaming into Curriculum organized by Centre for Gender Equity and Empowerment at Kenyatta University on 21st June.
  •  2016: Facilitated during the Link and Gender Training in Making Value chains Work for Food and Nutrition Security of Vulnerable Populations in East Africa at Gillian Hotel-Machakos- Kenya on 10th – 15th October.
  • 2016: Facilitated the Gender Mainstreaming in the  curriculum For  the Faculty in the Schools of Medicine, Engineering and Public Health  at Kenyatta University on 13th June
  • 2014: Facilitated during the training of Curriculum Committee members From the School of Business and School of Humanities and Social Sciences on 22nd September.
  • 2013: Facilitated in the sensitization workshop on Gender Mainstreaming in Higher Education organized by the Center for Gender and Disability Center: Murang’a University College on 24th October.
  • 2013: Facilitated in the Training of Trainers' (T.O.T) Workshop on capacity building for students in gender awareness and dissemination of K.U Revised Gender Policy at KU Students Business Center 10th October.
  • 2013:   Facilitated in the Training of Trainers' (TOT) for Peer Educators Workshop on the topic: “Sexual Gender Based Violence” at KU Students Business Center 13th -17th May.
  • 2012: Facilitated in Training of Trainers' (TOT) Workshop for senior management and senate on HIV Mainstreaming and Integration into Curriculum held at BSSC 012 Kenyatta University Conference Centre (KUCC) September 25thth -26th,
  • 2012:Facilitated in the Training of Trainers' (TOT) Workshop on capacity building for students in gender awareness and dissemination of KU gender policies at KU Students Business Center 12th -13th Oct..
  • 2012: Moderated the Mentoring Capacity Building Seminar for Staff Mentors at KUCC on 21st August,.
  • 2012: Facilitated a workshop on HIV and AIDS Integration into the University Core Business for Masinde Murilo University of Science and Technology (MMUST), at Busia Institute of Agriculture, Busia Kenya on 4th- 7th, July.
  • 2012: Moderated the workshop on the launch of the Gender week at the Business and Students’ Services Center, K.U on 2nd March
  • 2006: Facilitated as a resource person in training on Gender and Community Mobilization for World Vision, November 3rd-4th, 2006, Kahawa Urban program-Nairobi.
  •  2003: Facilitated a workshop on Gender Factors in Managing Education in Nairobi for the   Directorate of Personnel Management at the Agriculture Resource Center, Egerton University on April 14-15th.
  • 2002: Facilitated a training workshop on the Role of Women in Business Management at the Kenya Institute of Business Training,   March 3rd

RESEARCH GRANTS

  •  2021: Addressing Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) Through Inter- Community Models in Kenya funded by Association of Commonwealth Universities- A Coventry University Fellowship( PI)
  • 2020: Effectiveness of SGBV Mitigation and Prevention Programmes in Enhancing Women’s Economic Empowerment funded by Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation ( PI).
  • 2020: A gender lens on social, economic, and safety impact of Covid-19 among adolescents and young adults in Nairobi-Kenya with  Prof. Michele Decker- Johns Hopkins University-School of Public Health (PI)/Wamue-Ngare(Co-PI)- Supplement to AGILE/OPP11638847/15/2020-06/30/2021
  • 2020: Gender Equity and Empowerment in Education and Labour Systems in liaison with Prof. Michele Decker (PI)/Wamue-Ngare (Co-PI) 1/11/2019-1/11/2020
  • 2019: “Technological Response to Sex & Gender Based Violence (SGBV) at Kenyatta University funded by the Association of Commonwealth Universities Prof. G. Ngare(PI) 12934345 ACU2/9/2019-2/9/2020
  • 2019: UNESCO grant to start a STEM club in KU –launched on  the International Day for Women in Science held on annually on 11th February; in 2019.
  • 2018: Phenotyping The Banana Biodiversity to Identify Climate Smart Varieties with Optimal Market Potential in Africa and Europe’- [other countries in partnership are Belgium, Spain, and Uganda). European-Union LEAP-AGR grant Prof. G. Ngare(PI) A17/EU/0318-1/9/2018-1/9/2021
  • 2018: Contextual Factors that Determine the Success and Failure of Microfinance Schemes for Poverty Reduction among Rural Women in Ghana and Kenya; Prof. John Ganle  (PI)and Prof. G. Ngare ( Co-PI) (PRR01-AAU)- 30/7/2015-1/8/2018
  • 2017: Assessment of the  Impact Of The Tamar Campaign As A Tool To Address Sexual & Gender Based Violence In Eastern Democratic Republic Of Congo. (PI) Prof. Karen Trojensen, (Co-PI) Prof. G. Ngare2978/NCA-30/4/2016-1/5/2018
  • 2018: Integrated on-Farm Nurseries of Tissue Culture (TC) Bananas and Multipurpose Trees (MTPs) For Gender  Responsive and Sustainable Food Security in Nyanza County”: Prof. G. Ngare (PI) NCST/RCD/ST&I/WS/3rdCALL?110-1/9/2015-30/8/2018
  • 2015- “The Contextual Factors that Determine the Success and Failure of Microfinance Schemes for Poverty Reduction among Rural Women in Ghana and Kenya : The Association of African Universities’ Policy-Relevant Research Programme with  Dr. John Kuumuori Ganle, Prof. Grace Wamue-Ngare, Mr. Kwadwo Afriyie, Dr. Alexander Yao Segbefia, Dr. Pauline Kamau
  •  2015: National Council for Science and Technology: “Integrated on-Farm Nurseries of Tissue Culture (TC) Bananas and Multipurpose Trees (MTPs) For Gender  Responsive and Sustainable Food Security in Nyanza County”: PI
  • 2010: Lake Victoria Basin (VicRes) Research “Banana Tissue Culture and Nutrient Enhancement for Food Security and Income Generation among People Living With AIDS in the Lake Victoria Basin Prof. John Muyonga (PI),  Prof. G. Ngare( PI)=VIC/P03/07/09/09=28/11/2007-28/11/2010
  • 2007: Lake Victoria Basin (VicRes) Research “Banana Tissue Culture and Nutrient Enhancement for Food Security and Income Generation among People Living With AIDS in the Lake Victoria Basin-
  • 2012- Integrated on-Farm Nurseries of Tissue Culture (TC) Bananas and Multipurpose Trees (MTPs) For Gender  Responsive and Sustainable Food Security in Nyanza County funded by  the National Council for Science and Technology(NCST)= with Ms Mary Mwangi (PI) (KU), Dr. Mary Onyango (KARI -Kisii) and Dr. Jane Njuguna (KEFRI).
  • 2011- A National Gender Impact Assessment for the National Agriculture and Livestock Program (NALEP) with Prof. C. Ndungo (PI) (KU), Dr. Okemwa  (KU), Mr. Paul Kizito (KU) and Ms. Geladine Musyoka (KU)
  • 2008- “Banana Tissue Culture and Nutrient Enhancement for Food Security and Income Generation among People Living With AIDS in the Lake Victoria Basin Lake Victoria Basin (VicRes) Research Award  - with Prof. John Muyonga (PI)( Makerere), Prof. Zipporah Ng’ang’a (JKUAT) Late  Mr. Alex Manyama (Sokoine) and Ms. Mary Mwangi (KU)
  •  2003: Impact of Religion in Resolving Armed Conflicts in East Africa: The Senior Scholars’ (OSSREA) Research Grant
  • 2001-Won the East African Scholars Visiting Award Scheme at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), Center for African Studies, University of London.

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1. MS BELTA MAKATO
2. MR SAMUEL EBOLE
3. MS ELYNE KEDODE
4. MR FRANCIS MWANGI
5. MS. CHRISTINE SIDI

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Dr. Richard M. Wafula 
Executive Dean School of Law, Arts and Social Sciences
 

Dr. Tom Ratemo

Dr. Tom Ratemo

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