FACULTY OF ARTS ANNUAL REPORT 2012

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FACULTY OF ARTS

ANNUAL REPORT 2012

 

Introduction

 

The Faculty of Arts with an enrolment of 8,329 students and 202 full-time and 42 part-time academic staff is one of the largest faculties in the University. The Faculty has nine Departments of: Linguistics and Languages, Communication Skills, Literature, Geography and Environmental Studies, History and Archaeological Studies, Psychology, Sociology and Social Work, Political Science and Public Administration, and Philosophy and Religious Studies and one sub –department of French. Within the Faculty there are also the Confucius Institute and the Centre for Human Rights and Peace. In addition, the Faculty collaborates with other institutions such as Utalii College, the Kenya Institute of Administration and the University Library in offering some of its academic programs.

 

Academic Programs

 

The Faculty offers a large number of competitive, demand-driven programs ranging from diploma, bachelor, master, post-graduate diploma and Ph.D. The diploma programs include those in: Social work and social development, criminology and social order, cultural tourism, natural resource management, philosophy and psychology. Apart from the mainstream bachelor programs leading to major or minor in various departments, there are three professional programs:  Psychology counseling, social work and criminology and criminal justice. At the master level programs in core disciplines of the departments are strengthened by those in specialized areas including Master in Public Administration, master in various clustered areas of sociology such as rural sociology and community development, counseling and disaster management, master in human rights and peace, master in translation, master in German studies, master in Kiswahili studies, master in armed conflict and peace studies, master in biodiversity and natural resource management and master in library studies. The Ph.D. degree program is offered by nearly all departments.

 

 

 

 

Graduands

 

In 2012 the Faculty graduated 11 Ph.D., 199 Masters, 23 Postgraduate Diploma, 1,372 Bachelors and 193 Diploma students. 

 

Enrolment- Total student population 2012/2013

 

 

Program

Module 1

Module 2

Module 3

Total

Certificate

-

44

-

44

Diploma

-

228

-

228

Bachelors

4,215

2,526

162

6,903

Postgraduate Diploma

 

55

-

55

Masters

 

1073

 

1073

Ph.D.

 

26

-

26

Total

4,215

3,952

162

8,329

 

Of the Bachelors students, 228 are distance learning (Module III) while among the Master programmes there are 143 are outreach students.

 

Research  activities

 

Chitere, P.O.       (2012) Paratransit Transport Mode in the City of Nairobi, Funded by the African centre for  Excellence for Studies in Public and Non-motorized Transport (ACET), University of Cape Town.

Kabira, W. M.    2011/2012 Budget proposals by the African Women Studies Centre (AWSC) for improvement of the national food security in Kenya presented at public budget hearings of the Parliamentary Budget Committee. AWSC was allocated  81million under the SUNY-Kenya 1 year project

Ocharo, R.M         (2012, March) Research on Seismic vulnerability for hospitals and schools

Ocharo, R.M         (2012 January) Research on Water, Food and Nutritional Security

Ocharo, R.M.     (2012) Scoping study in Kenya to determine the level of risks and vulnerabilities to schools and hospitals to seismicity: The case of Rift Valley Provincial Hospital Nakuru and Nakuru High School. Commissioned by the United Nations International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (UNISDR)

Owiti L.           (2012, March – June) Rapid assessment of the Impact of the Sinai Fire Tragedy and Development of a Program for Psychosocial Support for the Victims

Owiti, L.          (2012, Jan. – June) Evaluation of Help-Age Kenya’s Grandparent Programme. Funded by Help-Age International

Mutie, P.M.          (2012, July) “Making Sense of Ethnic Identity in Kenya: Towards Cohesion?”. Funded by the National Cohesion and Integration Commission, Nairobi  

Mutie, P. M.      (2010, November, 2011- February 2012): The Review of the State and Nature of Philanthropy in East Africa. Funded by the East Africa Association of Grantmakers (EAAG)

Nyangau, T.       (2012,February-March)  The Heroin Crisis and the National and Provincial Response: A Rapid Assessment in Kenya’s Coastal Province, Namanga and Nairobi

Wasamba, P.      (2012 July-June 2015) “Establishment of Korean Studies at the University of Nairobi Project.” Supported by the Academy of Korean Studies, Seoul

Wasamba, P.      (2011-2013) “Voices from the Cities: A comparative Study on Urbanization in Kenya and Korea”, supported by the Academy of Korean Studies, Seoul.  (USD 82000)

Wasamba, P.      2011-2014 “Bridging the Divide: Networking African and Korean Researchers,” supported by the Academy of Korean Studies, Seoul. (USD 63,000)

Zani A.            (2012 September) Water harvesting project in Makueni, Kenya

Zani A.                 (2012) A project from KAWBO that assesses business enterprises by Kenyan women entrepreneurs

Zani A,                 (2012, August) Digital planning for Mariakani Town Council funded by Ministry of Local Government, Kenya

 

 

 

Awards

Dr. Iribe Mwangi 2012 December, Translators Without Borders (TWB) Empowerment Award - Awarded to an individual whose work has allowed TWB to increase language capacity within a critical region of the world.

Dr. Michael Ndurumo

 

Publications

 

Ayiemba, E.H.O. (2012)  Effects of technological development on rural livelihoods in the developing world: A case study of effects of a large scale multipurpose dam on malaria prevalence in a rural community around Kenya’s largest dam. European Scientific Journal 8 (14): 132-143

Businge, M.S.

I. Maina,

E. Ayiemba,

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P. Maingi,

P. Nderitu &

S. Ngweyo(2012) Socio-economic status, poverty, gender and environment:Supporting the development of Vision 2030”. In Kenya (ed), Kenya State of the Environment and Outlook 2010. Malta: Progress Press, pp 24-45

 

Chitere, P.O.       2012 The Community development movement in Africa during the Colonial Period (1945-63) with emphasis on Kenya. In:  J. Mangut and T. Wuam, eds, Colonialism and Transition to Modernity in Africa. Ibrahim Babangida University, Lapai: J. Mangut and T. Wuam Publishers

Ebert, R. and

R.M.J. Oduor     (2012) The Concept of Human Dignity in German and Kenyan Constitutional Law. Thought and Practice: A Journal of the Philosophical Association of Kenya, Vol.4 No.1, pp43-73. http://ajol.info/index.php/tp/index

 

Indangasi, H.     (2012) The Joy of Poetry-Kenya. Nairobi: Literature Bureau,

Indangasi, H.     (2012) Flying Colours in English Composition for Secondary Schools-Kenya, Revised Edn.,  Nairobi: Literature Bureau

Kabira, W.M.,     (2012) A Time for Harvest: Women and Constitution Making in Kenya, 1992-2010, Nairobi: University of Nairobi Press 2012

Kithiia, S.M.         (2012). Water quality degradation trends in Kenya over the last decade. In: Kostas Voudouris and DimitraVoutsa (eds), Water Quality Monitoring and Assessment. Croatia: Intech Publishers, pp. 509-526

Misaro J. &

D. K. Kinyanjui(2012) Community Development and mainstreaming of Occupational Health and Safety in Kenya.Journal of Emerging Trends in Educational Research and Policy Studies (JETERAPS) 3(6): 909-914

Mugambi, J.N.K. (2012) Justice, Participation and Sustainability as Prerequisites for Peaceful Coexistence”.  In: Jess N.K. Mugambi and David W. Lutz, eds., Applied Ethics in Religion and Culture: Contextual and Global Challenges, Nairobi: Acton, 2012.

Mugambi J.N.K   (2012) Creation and Salvation in Theologies of Liberation and

Reconstruction. In: Isaac M.T. Mwase and Eunice K. Kamaara, eds, Theologies of Liberation and Reconstruction, Nairobi: Acton, 2012, pp. 369-84

Mugambi J.N.K.  (2012) Foreword, Concepts of God in Africa, Second Edition, by John S. Mbiti, Nairobi: Acton, 2012

Muriuki, G.        (2012) Abunuwasi Mwami (ed.),  The Federo Question of Buganda in Uganda Within the Context  of the East African Political Federation – A Report of the Kituo Cha Katiba Fact- Finding  Mission, to Uganda. Kampala: Fountain Publisher

Musingi, J.B.K. &

 

Odhiambo, T.     (2012) “Kwani? And the Imaginations around Re-invention of Art and Culture in Kenya’. In: Eastern African Intellectual Traditions edited by James Ogude, Grace Musila and Dina Ligaga, Africa World Press, 2012

Mwangi, I.        (2012) Phonology of Borrowed Lexicon in Standard Kiswahili”. In: Reyono Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies. Vol.1 No. 2. pp 59-74

Mwangi, I.        2012 Phonological Adaptation of Kiswahili Loanwords in Gĩ-Gĩchũgũ Dialect of Gĩkũyũ Language:  An Application of Source - Similarity Model in Baraton Interdisciplinary Research Journal (BIRJ). Eldoret: Baraton University Press. Vol. 2 No. 2. pp. 49-62 http://www.ueab.ac.ke/BIRJ/?p=1008

Mwangi, I.        (2012) A Case for the Harmonization of Kikuyu, Kiembu and Kimbeere Phonology and Orthography. In Ogechi N. O. et. al, The Harmonization and Standardization of Kenyan Languages: Orthography and Other Aspects. Cape Town: Centre for Advanced Study of African Societies (CASAS), Chapter 2, pp 20-38

Mwangi, I.        (2012) The Global Place of Kiswahili: yesterday, today and tomorrow” in Gichana P. P. et. al: English – Kiswahili Learner’s Handbook, Nairobi: Petersberg International Publishers. Pp 11-16

Mwangi, I.        (2012) Othello, A translation of William Shakespeare’s play. Nairobi: Oxford University Press.

Mwangi, I.        (2012) An Application of NGP and APT to Vowel Harmony in Standard Kiswahili”. In: Reyono Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies. Vol.1 No. 1. pp 45-60

Mwangi, I.        (2012) An English – Kiswahili Handbook for Beginners. Nairobi: Petersberg International Publishers, A guide for foreigners and new learners of Kiswahili

Oduor, R.M.J.      (2012) A Critical Review of D.A. Masolo’s Self and Community in a Changing World”. Thought and Practice: A Journal of the Philosophical Association of Kenya, Vol.4 No.1, pp1-24 http://ajol.info/index.php/tp/index

Oriare Nyarwath,      (2012) The Luo Care for Widows (Lako) and Contemporary Challenges. In:Thought and Practice: A Journal of the Philosophical Association of Kenya (PAK), New Series, Vol. 4 No 1, pp. 91-110; http://ajol.info/index.php/tp/index

Ontita, E.(2012) ‘Adapting to Climate Change through a Paradigm Shift in Rural Development: The Case of Westgate Conservancy in Samburu County, Kenya’. International Journal of Social Science Tomorrow Vol. 1(6) August. (Published Online at www.ijsst.com)

Ontita, E.         (2012) ‘Local Church and Livelihood Construction: Interlocking Social Domains and Evolving Scenarios of Synergy for Mission in Nyamira, Kenya’. Transformation,  Vol. 29(1): 30 – 43

Owuor, S.O. &

D. Foeken(2012) From self-help group to water company: The Wandiege Community Water Supply Project (Kisumu, Kenya). In: J. Gewald, A. Levilend& I. Pesa(eds), Transforming Innovations in Africa: Explorative Studies on Appropriation in African Societies. Leiden: Brill, pp. 127-147

Schroeder,H.

& Kihara, P.        (2012) Relevance-theoretical analysis of Mchongoano, University of Nairobi Journal of Languages and Linguistyics, Vol 2

Siundu, G.         (2012) Gender Affirmation or Racial Loyalties? Women and the Domestication of History in Neera Kapur-Dromson’s From Jhelum to Tana. In: James Ogude,Grace Musila & Dina Ligaga, eds., Rethinking Eastern African Literary and Intellectual Landscapes. Trenton: Africa World Press. Pp. 245 – 262

Siundu, G.             (2012) “Review of Tina Steiner Translated People, Translated Texts: Language and Migration in Contemporary African Literature”, Imbizo: International Journal of African Literary and Comparative Studies, Volume 3 (1), pp 124 – 130.

Wanjala, A.N.    (2012) Representing the Gendered Subaltern in Postcolonial Kenyan Fiction: Marjorie Oludhe Macgoye’s Coming to Birth. In: Reyono Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies, Vol.1, No.2, 2012

Wanjala, A.N.    (2012) Orality in Rebeka Njau’s The Sacred Seed.” The Global South Special Issue: Indigenous Rights and Intellectual Property Rights and Property Rights in the Age of Globalisation.” Vol. 5. No.2. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2012

Wanjala, A.N.      (2012) An Unsettled Hearth: Women’s Voices in Kenyan Fiction. Berlin: Lambert Academic Publishing, 2012

Wasamba, P. &

Sihanya, B.        (2012) What do they get for their sweat: Rethinking compensation for artists in poor cash-based economies. In: Journal of African Cultural Studies, Vol 24 N0. 2, pages 171-183

Wotsuna, A.C.    (2012) The role of indigenous Languages in Kenya: A case for using them as languages of instruction throughout Primary Schools.  In: University of Nairobi Journal of Language and Linguistics, Vol. 2

Papers Presented at International Conferences

 

Dr. Iribe Mwangi “Distance Education in Kenya: Experiences from M.A Linguistics & Kiswahili Outreach Programme”, Jilin University, Chungchun, China. June 26, 2012

 

Dr. Iribe Mwangi “Written Kikuyu as an Endangered Language Form: Evidence from an Exploration of its Phonology and Orthography” Paper presented  at the Conference on Imagining the Intangible Language, Literature and Visual Arts of the Indigenous, Vadodara, Gujarat – India, Jan. 5, 2012

 

Dr. Wairire, G. G. Prospects and challenges for social work in poverty reduction and the realization of millennium development goals in East Africa. A paper presented at the World Conference for Social work themed ‘Social Work and Social Development 2012: Action and Impact’ held in Stockholm- Sweden from 8-12 July, 2012

 

Dr. Wairire, G.G. The Global Agenda For Social Work And Social Development in The Context Of Existing Social Work Realities In East Africa A paper presented at the International Symposium themed ‘Social Work and Poverty Reduction in East Africa: The Role of Social Work’ held on 26th June 2012 at Carinthia University of Applied Sciences, Austria

 

Dr. Wairire, G.G. Social Work in Post Traumatic Stress Related Scenarios in Kenya. A paper presented in a guest lecture on 23rd June 2012 at Alpen Adria University - Klugenfurt , Austria

 

Dr. Akaranga Stephen Come, See, Pay And Receive Your Miracles And Healing: New Pentecostalism In Kenyan Urban Centres.  A paper presented at the Conference on Roho Christianity: Pentecostalism in a Globalized African Public Space, Hosted by  Kenyatta University, 6th to 9th December, 2012

 

Akaranga Stephen, Mombasa Republican Council: A Socio-Political and Economic Challenge To Kenyan Government Development Plan. Paper presented at the National OSSREA Kenya Chapter Workshop, Hosted at Moi University, Kenya, 3rd to 4th December, 2012

 

Akaranga Stephen, African Traditional Cultural Conundrums which Make Women Prone To Hiv/ Aids Infections: A Case Of the Maasai Of Kenya. Paper presented at the First Kenyatta University Conference on Gender Based Violence, Hosted at Kenyatta University Nairobi, 3rd to 4th December, 2012-1st to 5th August, 2012

Akaranga Stephen , The Dynamics Of Religiosity and Spirituality in Kenyan Public Universities. Paper presented at the Religious Mobility in East Africa –  The Catholic University of East Africa, Nairobi, 24th to 26th April 2012

 

  • . P. Nyinguro; Workshop on Post Graduate Supervision and Examination of Thesis, Moi University School of Education, Margaret Thatcher Library 19 – 20th January 2012

Dr. Helga Schroeder, Reference assignment in pronominal languages, relevance theoretical approach. Paper presented at the Intercultural, Cognitive and Social Pragmatics,  14 – 16 March 2012, Seville, Spain

 

Dr. Helga Schroeder New Developments in Linguistics Pragmatics.  Paper presented at the Conference on “The Pragmatics of clause chaining, the case of Toposa, an Eastern Nilotic language”, 26 – 28 May 2012, Lodz, Poland.

 

Dr. Rayya Timmamy, Compilation of a Thesis Examination Report presented at a Workshop on Supervision and Examination of Theses, Moi University 19th – 20th January, 2012

Prof. V.G. Simiyu, “The Role of the State in National Cohesion and Integration”, paper presented at the various NCIC Diversity Talks and Conversations, From July 2011 to April 2012

Dr. Gona, G.,  “Elusive Peace in Kenya”. Paper presented at the public forum organised by Twaweza and Ahadi Kenya, Pride Inn Hotel, August 2012

 

Dr. Mary Mwiandi, Emerging Issues in the Eastern Region of    Kenya. Paper presented at the People’s Conference: National Diversity  Race and Ethnicity organised by NCIC at KICC, Nairobi - March 12-13 2012

 

Dr. Esther Omondi , “The Role of The Teacher in Developing Critical Thinking in Early Learners”. Paper presented at the seven- day training workshop on Inside-Outside Learning Strategies   from 16th –30th August, the Inside-Outside Education Institute, Salt Lake City, USA

George Otieno Odeny, “Political Struggles in Kenya: Political Parties’ Coalitions or Ethno-Regional Alliances, 2002 – 2011”. Paper presented at Marist International University College, A Constituent College of Catholic University of Eastern Africa, on 21st June 2012

Dr. Patrick O. Nyabul , “The Government of Kenya and the ICC Relationship Following the Post Election Violence in 2008”.  Paper presented  at the International Conference on “The ICC, Judicial Governance and Trends of Justice”, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 3rd-4th December, 2012

 

V.G. Simiyu, “What Should Kenyans Do to Become a Nation”, Paper presented at the NCIC People’s Conference held at Kenyatta International Conference Centre, March 12 – 13, 2012

V.G. Simiyu, “ Revision of the school Syllabuses and textbooks of Social Studies at Primary School level ( STD TWO – STD EIGHT) and History and Government, (FORM ONE – FORM FOUR) at  the  Secondary School level”. Paper presented at the NCIC Seminars, Karen KCB Leadership Centre, 20 and 27 July, 2012

Ayiemba, E.H.O. “Household formation and marriage in Kenya”. Paper presented at the 4th Population Association of Kenya Conference. Nairobi, Kenya, 23-25 October, 2012

 

Karingi, L.K.,  “Land and environment” Paper presented at the Embu County Strategy Workshop. Embu, Kenya, June, 2012

 

Marani, M. “Emergency situations and humanitarian response in Kenya”. Paper presented at the 4th Population Association of Kenya Conference. Nairobi, Kenya, 23-25 October, 2012

 

Marani, M. “Methods and instruments for case study writing. Paper presented at the OSIEA/UISU/KIA Crime Prevention Review Retreat. Nairobi, Kenya, 7-8 May 2012

 

Marani, M. Conflict and cooperation over natural resources – the role of customary governance traditional institutions. Paper presented at the Conflict and Cooperation over Natural Resources in Arid and Semi-Arid Lands in Kenya Workshop. Mwingi, Kenya, 2-4 August 2012

 

Ndogoni, L.K. “Processing traumatic experiences from gender based abuse and violence among communities”. Paper presented at Kenya Peace Initiative Conference. Nairobi, Kenya, 11-15 April 2012

 

Ndogoni, L.K. “Managing the health, safety and well-being of aid workers: An integrated approach”. Paper presented at the Inter-Agency Working Group/People in Aid-UK Conference. Nairobi, Kenya, 12-14 June 2012

 

Ndogoni, L.K. “Implementing an evidence-based community mental health support intervention to improve function and economic development. Paper presented at the World Vision-Australia Capacity Building Conference. Nairobi, Kenya, 12-20 November 2012

 

Dr. Oluoko-Odingo, A.A. “Climate change, gender and reproductive health for sustainable development”. Paper presented at the Pan African Climate Justice Alliance (PACJA) Capacity Building Workshop. Arusha, Tanzania, 5-6 September2012

 

Dr. Owuor, S.O. “Trends and patterns of urbanization in Kenya”. Paper presented at the First International Conference on Urbanization and Rural-Urban Migration in Sub-Saharan Africa. Nairobi, Kenya, 22-27, November2012

 

Ms Shah, P. “The role of Kenya government in safeguarding Lake Naivasha”. Paper presented at the 50thAfrican Studies Conference. University of Edinburg, England, 5-8 June2012

Dr. Wambua, B. “Promoting services trade in developing countries: Chasing a black cat in a dark room”. Paper presented at the 6th TRAPCA Conference. Arusha, Tanzania, 22-23 November, 2012

 

Dr. Wambua, B. “African trade under climate change and the green global economy”. Paper presented at the 5th TRAPCA Conference. Arusha, Tanzania, 7-8 August 2012

 

Prof. Wanjiku M. Kabira, Mainstreaming Gender in Policies and Programmes: A Training Session For Parliamentary Research Department, Internship Programme at The Kenya National Assembly on August 30, 2012

Prof. Wanjiku M. Kabira: The Historical Journey of Women’s Leadership in Kenya.  Paper presented at Regional Dialogue on Women Political Leadership: Lessons from experiences of Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda, Ghana and South Africa at Safari Park Hotel on August 14-16, 2012

Dr. Alex Nelungo Wanjala, “Sheng: Verbalising the Paroles of Kenya’s Transnation.” A paper presented at the 1st Kenya Oral Literature Association Eastern African Cultural Forum. University of Nairobi, Kenya. 7th-10th November 2012

Dr. Alex Nelungo Wanjala ,”The Poetics of Genge: Jua Cali’s Niimbie.” A paper presented at the 26th annual MELUS conference and 6th conference of the United States Association for Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies (USACLALS), University of Santa Clara, California, United States of America, 20th April 2012

Dr. Alex Nelungo Wanjala, “Narrating the Trauma of the Abuse of Human Rights: Rebeka Njau’s The Sacred Seed.”Paper presented at the annual African Literature Association conference, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas, United States of America, 12th April 2012

Dr.Alex Nelungo Wanjala, “Poverty in Kenya: Insights from a Critique of Selected Novels.” A paper presented at a round table discussion on global poverty, Centre for Human Rights and Peace, University of Nairobi, 13th-14th February 2012

Dr. Alex Nelungo Wanjala,  “Historiography or Imagination? The Documentation of Luo Traditional Cultural Memory in Kenyan Fiction.” A paper presented at the CHOTRO 4 conference in Vadodara-Tejgadh, India, 6th-8th January 2012

Dr. Mutie, P., “Making Sense of Ethnic Identity in Kenya: Towards Cohesion?”. Paper presented at the National Cohesion and Integration Commission (NCIC) Workshop at KCB Leadership Centre in Karen, Nairobi, July 2012

 

Dr. Mutie P., “The Quest for Clean Water in Kenya: Social Workers Uneasy Role and Facilitating Social Development in Multiethnic Regions in Kenya”. Paper presented at the Joint World Conference on Social Work and Social Development in Stockholm, Sweden, July 2012

 

OUTREACH AND EXTENSION ACTIVITIES

  • Department of Political Science and Public Administration: Four student nominees for Karamazoo College Student Exchange Programme
  • The Department of Literature in collaboration with the Ministry of Education launched the Film Genre as a component in the annual Kenya National Drama Festival. The launch was held at Kakamega High School from 9th April 2012 to 19th April 2012
  • The Department of Literature launched a College tour of the Free Travelling Theatre Led by its lecturers, Dr. Simon Otieno and Mr. Kimingichi Wabende.  Twenty two (22) students performed a play titled VISIKI whose theme is National Cohesion and Respect our Ethnic Identities
  • Department of Political Science and Public Administration organized: Public Lecture on Democracy and Development By Larry Diamond, Director, Centre for Democracy, Development and Rule of Law, Stanford University, USA. On 30th March, 2012
  • Public Lecture Entittled: International Trade & Development by Niccolo Rinaldi on 21st March, 2012
  • Inaugural Lecture Entitled’ Herbal Medicines: Do They Really Work? By Prof. Julius W. Mwangi, on 14th March, 2012
  • Dr. Iribe Mwangi Member, Board of Directors, Usalama Watch Initiative, an NGO aimed at curbing road accidents and offering support to accident victims and their families since Jan., 2012
  • Dr. Iribe Mwangi Present from Jan. 2012 Secretary, Board of Directors, TWB Health Translation Center, a charitable organization that translates health materials to ease accessibility to health information
  • Prof. Paul Mbatia, Department of Sociology and Prof. Wesley Shrum, a Sociologist at Louisiana State University,  produced a documentary movie dubbed Brother Time. The movie is a Kenyan tale of violence and humanity. Brother Time is a tale of two Rift Valley neighbours, whose friendship turn to conflict as ethnic passions threatene d to engulf them. The film was narrated by Kenyans who witnessed ‘the clashes.’ It is a peace building documentary film made for the 2013 general election
  • Prof. J.N.K. Mugambi 2012 External Examiner, School of Mission and Theology, Savanger, Norway, 27-31 August 2012
  • Prof. J.N.K. Mugambi 2012 Guest Lecturer— Africa International University, Nairobi, 30 May, 2012
  • Gona, G. March 2012, Resource Person for Peoples Conference, “National Dialogues: Emerging Issues from the Coast”, (UNDP and NCIC)
  • Gona, G. February 2012, Member of the Drafting Committee on National Race and Ethnic Policy for the Kenya National Cohesion and Integration Commission (NCIC)
  • Dr. Ocharo, 31.01.2012: Gave a talk on Opinion poll – KTN
  • Dr. Mutie P.,October 2008 to-date: Chair, Board of Governors, Kathonzweni Girls Secondary School, Kathonzweni District

 

 

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