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


  • 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




  • 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


  • 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

Dr. Samuel M. Mwangi

Department of Sociology, Gender And Development


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