Dr. Ndayala Phoebe Didi

Qualifications: PhD, Community Resource Management; M.Sc. Family and Consumer Sciences, B.Ed. (Home Economics)
Department: Community Resource Managenment & Extension
Position: Lecturer
Contact Address: 43844-00100, Nairobi
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Research interests: Family studies; Sexual and Reproductive Health Behaviour; Gender studies; Female Genital cutting; Curriculum development
Area of Specialization: HIV; Reproductive health; Education, Family and Consumer Studies and Community Resource Management & Extension

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Recent Publications

  • Kathuri-Ogola, L., VanLeeuwen, C., Kabaria-Muriithi, J., Weeks, L.E., Kieru, J. and Ndayala, P. (2015)    Supervision Challenges Encountered During Kenyan University Students’ Practicum Attachment.Journal of Education and Practice.Vol.6, No.17, 2015   ISSN 2222-1735 (Paper)ISSN 2222-288X (Online)
  • Ndayala Phoebe,Co-authors:Dr. L.Ngige & Dr. A. Ondigi: Nature and Extent of HIV Self Disclosure by Seropositive Adults in HIV Support Groups in Nairobi County, Kenya    Research on Humanities and Social Sciences Vol. 5. No. 16 2015 2224-5766-(print) 2225-0484 (online)
  • Worked on a regional publication on women’s maternal and reproductive health risk status in Sub-Sahara African countries titled “A Measure of Commitment”, launched in 2010.
  • Development of an Adolescent Parents discussion Guide(Unpublished) in 2010-2011 for the Centre for the Study of Adolescents


  • Working on a collaborative research “An Evidence-Based Approach to Enhancing Kenyan University Student Training and Preparation for Professional Practice”. Funded by the Canadian International Development Research Centre (CIDRC)
  • Factors associated with sexual behavior of high school girls in Vihiga district.
  • PhD research on HIV self disclosure in Nairobi, Kenya.
  • Mainstreaming Emergency Contraceptive Pills through private and public providers and community level structures in Suba District.
  • Measures of survival: A survey on the sexual and Reproductive Health risks of women in sub-Saharan Africa done in collaboration with the Centre for the Study of Adolescence (CSA).
  • Factors associated with sexual behavior of Adolescent school girls in western Kenya.

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