• KU-UPE, Research Project Dissemination Seminar at KUCC

  • Visit by Missouri University Extension, USA by Faculty memebers Shatomi Luster and Lydia Kaume for possible collaboration and partnership

  Position: Lecturer
Department: Department of Population, Reproductive Health and Community Resource Management

Contact Address: 43844-00100, Nairobi-Kenya
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Education

  • Doctorate of Philosophy in Community Resource Management from Kenyatta University (2014-2018)
  • Master of Arts in Development Studies from International Institute of Social Studies (ISS) of Erasmus University in The Netherlands (Sept. 2009- Dec. 2010)
  • Post-Graduate Diploma in Leadership for Community Development from Eastern and Southern African Management Institute (ESAMI) in Arusha, Tanzania (Apr.2005-Apr. 2006)
  • Bachelor of Science in Home science & Technology from Maseno University (Oct. 1998- Oct.2002)

Short Courses

  • Implementing Alternative Care in East Africa: Policy, Trends and Best Practices for Children Deprived of Parental Care
  • Use of Smartboard in Teaching
  • Youth-friendly Services Training

 

Recent Publication

Relationship between Socio-demographic Characteristics of Motorcycle Taxi Riders and their Socio-economic Wellbeing: Case of Homa Bay County, Kenya

Maternal Mortality: Can Kenya successfully reduce maternal mortality rate by 75% by 2015?

(The Hague, Institute of Social Studies, 2009)

Research Conducted

  • Relationship between Socio-demographic Characteristics of Motorcycle Taxi Riders and their Socio-economic Wellbeing: Case of Homa Bay County, Kenya
  • Socially excluded? Kenyan Elderly and Participation
  • Maternal Mortality: Can Kenya successfully reduce maternal mortality rate by 75% by 2015?
  • Socio-political factors that aggravate poverty in Nyajure village of Bondo Constituency, Kenya
  • Importance of exclusive breastfeeding for babies for the first six months of life.
  • Institutional factors hindering delivery of proper health care to children under five in Kenya’s Public Health facilities.

Conference Attendance and Presentations

  1. Barriers to providing girls with equitable, quality education in Migori County, Kenya-Presented at a conference in July 2012 in Kampala, Uganda.
  2. Challenges faced by children living in Internally Displaced Persons’ Camps in Nyanza Province during 2007/2008 Post-election Violence-Presented at UNICEF office, Kisumu in June 2008

 

Administrative Positions held at the School of Public Health and Applied Human Sciences and Department of Population, Reproductive Health & Community Resource Management at Kenyatta University

  • Departmental Post-Graduate Studies Coordinator
  • Departmental representative at the School Welfare Committee
  • Departmental representative at the School e-learning Committee
  • Departmental Community Outreach and Extension Programs Coordinator
  • Departmental Welfare Coordinator
  • Departmental e-learning Coordinator

Membership to Organizations

Life member of Kenya Red Cross Society

 

Call for papers

Available issues

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