Dr. Eunice Njogu
Refereed journal papers
- Nkingo Christine Kananu, Judith Waudo, Eunice Njogu (2020). Vitamin A Rich Foods Consumed For Dietary Intake and Supplementation Among Children Aged 12 To 59 Months in Gatunga Ward, Tharaka Nithi County, Kenya, Central African Journal of Public Health. Vol. 6, No. 2, 2020, pp. 73-79. doi: 10.11648/j.cajph.20200602.14Kiome MR, Kimiywe J and Njogu EW (2019). Does Child Spacing Influence Nutritional Status of Children 6-59 Months? Journal of Pediatric and Womens Healthcare 2019; 2 (2) 1019: ScienceForecast Publications LLC., | https://scienceforecastoa.com/
- Akinrinmade R., Njogu, E. and Ogada, I., Oluremi O. Keshinro (2019). Effectiveness of Nutrition Education in Improving Maternal Knowledge and Attitudes towards Complementary Feeding Practices: A cluster-randomized controlled trial in Ondo State, Nigeria. ISSN: 2586-7342 © 2019KFHCA. http://www.kjfhc.or.kr doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.13106/kjfhc.2019.vol5.no4.1.
Mwangi P, Oyore JP, Njogu E. (2019). Association of children’s nutritional status with caregivers’ hygiene and sanitation conditions in Kiandutu Informal Settlements, Kiambu County, Kenya. Int J Health Sci Res. 2019; 9(10):275-280. http://www.ijhsr.org/IJHSR_Vol.9_Issue.10_Oct2019/43.pdf
Gikwa JN, Kimiywe J, Njogu E. (2019) Prevalence of Dietary Supplements use and Dietary Practices among Teachers in Public Secondary Schools in Kikuyu, Kiambu County, Kenya: A Cross Sectional Analytic Study. J Nutri Food Sci Forecast. 2019; 2(3): 1013. ISSN 2643-8186 https://scienceforecastoa.com/Articles/JNFSF-V2-E3-1013.pdf
- Gikwa J.N, Njogu E, and Kimiywe J. (2019). Use of dietary supplements among teachers in public secondary schools in Kikuyu, Kiambu county, Kenya: a cross sectional analytical study. Int J Health Sci Res. 2019; 9(9):146-153. www.ijhsr.org
- Akinrinmade R., Njogu, E., Ogada, I. & Oluremi O. Keshinro (2019). Effectiveness of Nutrition Education in Improving Maternal Knowledge and Attitudes towards Complementary Feeding Practices: A cluster-randomized controlled trial in Ondo State, Nigeria ISSN: 2586-7342 © 2019KFHCA. http://www.kjfhc.or.kr doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.13106/kjfhc.2019.vol5.no4.1
- Mwangi J, Njogu E, Kiplamai F. (2019). Physical Activity and Dietary Patterns in Relation to Weight Status among University Students in Nairobi County, Kenya.International Journal of Health Sciences & Research www.ijhsr.org Int J Health Sci Res. 2019; 9(8):411-418.
- Waweru G, Chege P, Njogu E. (2019). Pre-Conception Nutrition Knowledge and Attitudes among Female Undergraduate Students at Kenyatta University, Kenya.International Journal of Health Sciences & Research www.ijhsr.org 220 Vol.9; Issue: 7; July 2019
- Akinrinmade, R., Njogu, E. and Ogada, I. (2019). Effectiveness of Nutrition Education on Nutrient intake and Nutrition Status of infants in Ondo State, Nigeria. American Journal of Biomedical Science & Research ISSN: 2642-1747. www.biomedgrid
- Kenneth Kipngeno Tonui, Agatha Christine Onyango & Eunice Njogu (2018). Household Food Security and Nutritional Status of HIV Sero-Positive Patients in Longisa County Hospital, Kenya. Journal of Nutrition and Dietetics, 2(1): 33-41. ISSN 2415-5195 (Print).
- Kenneth Kipngeno Tonui, Eunice Njogu & Agatha Christine Onyango,2018: Dietary intake of HIV-seropositive clients attending Longisa County Hospital Comprehensive Care Clinic, Bomet County, Kenya. South African Journal of Clinical Nutrition
- Kenneth Kipngeno Tonui, Eunice Njogu and Agatha Christine Onyango (2018) Household Food Security Status of HIV Sero-Positive Clients Attending Longisa County Hospital Comprehensive Care Clinic, Bomet County, Kenya, (publication under review by authors ready for submission to BMC Nutrition https://bmcnutr.biomedcentral.com/)
- Agnes Mwendia, Peter Chege and Eunice Njogu,( 2017).Dietary practices and nutrition status of adult pulmonary tuberculosis patients attending Nyeri County Referral Hospital, Kenya http://scholarsbulletin.com/
- O.J. Lateef, E. Njogu, F. Kiplamai, U.S. Haruna and R.A. Lawal, 2016. Determinants of Overweight and Obesity among Adolescent Students in Public in Kwara State, Nigeria.Current Research in Nutrition and Food Science volume 4, number 2 www.foodandnutritionjournal.org
- O.J. Lateef, E. Njogu, F. Kiplamai, U.S. Haruna and R.A. Lawal, 2016. Breakfast, Food Consumption Pattern and Nutritional Status of Students in Public Secondary Schools in Kwara State, Nigeria. Pakistan,Journal of Nutrition, 15: 140-147.
- Eunice Njogu, 2009, Household food Security Among Urban Farmers in Nairobi-Kenya (A chapter), Agriculture in Urban Planning: Generating Livelihoods and Food security, ISBN 978-1-84407-668-0, www.idrc.ca
- Njogu E.W (2016) Food and nutrition security e-learning course- for EDULINK programme (eLEFANS Project)
- Njogu E.W (2009) Book Chapter on “Agriculture in Urban Planning: Generating Livelihoods and Food security” in the book Household food Security Among Urban Farmers in Nairobi-Kenya (2009). Agropolis II Project by IDRC –Canada. www.idrc.ca
- May 25th-29th 2015 Conference presentation: “Risk factors associated with osteoporosis among women aged 40 years and above attending orthopedic clinic at Mbagathi Hospital, Nairobi County, Kenya”- Arusha Tanzania
- July 30th - 2nd August, 2014 presented a paper : “Challenges of Obesity” at Kisii University Kenya
- Presented a paper titled ‘Enhancing farming practices for improved household food and nutrition security in Kamae, peri-urban area -Nairobi, Kenya’ in the Kenyatta University Annual Postgraduate Seminar June 2009.
- Presented a poster: ‘Comparison of food security and nutrition status of children in tea and non-tea producing households in Ndia Division- Kirinyaga District for the 18th International Congress of Nutrition Conference with theme ‘Nutrition safari for innovation Solutions. 19th –23rd Sept 2005.
- Presented the paper ‘Household food security and nutrition status of children in tea and non-tea producing households in Ndia division of Kirinyaga District in the Kenyatta University Annual Postgraduate Seminar October 2002
Currently Student supervising:
- Two PhD students (1) PhD student in Food, Nutrition and Dietetics and (1) in Public Health
- Ten (10) students pursuing Master of Public Health (MPH)
- Twenty (20) students pursuing Master of Science in Food, Nutrition and Dietetics
Research and Consultancy
- 2014 January to 2016-Author for e-learning course Food and nutrition security- for EDULINK programme (eLEFANS Project)
- (2012 May) SMART Nutrition and Health survey done in Pochalla County Jonglei State South Sudan. Survey by Christian Recovery And Development Agency CRADA
- (2011 November ) Anthropometric and mortality survey done in Mandera County(Mandera North and East districts) Kenya. Survey done by Islamic relief in collaboration with Ministry of Health of Health and ARIDLANDS
- (2010 January to December) Worked with National AIDS/STDs Control Programme (NASCOP)-Kenya, to offer technical support to develop implementation protocol for the Suba Nutrition pilot and to monitor implementation as well as to document the process.-Carried out a Baseline survey, wrote and submitted the report to NASCOP.
- August to September 2010- supervisor in National Urban Food Security Assessment survey by Government of Kenya and World Food Programme (Nairobi and Machakos Kenya).Duties- training team members, coordinating teams in data collection and entry.
- 2008-training on Income Generation Activities and good nutrition to poor urban dwellers in Kasarani in collaboration with Small Enterprise Facilitation Initiative(SEFI).
- 2007-Training on Income Generation Activities and good nutrition to poor urban dwellers and people living with HIV/AIDS in Kasarani-Nairobi in collaboration with World Vision-Kenya
- 2003- Participated in a National survey by UNICEF and Kenyatta University Department of Food, Nutrition and Dietetics on suitable food vehicle for Vitamin A and Iron.