- August 6, 2021
- Posted by: Dream_liner
Primary Outcome: Representation of women in management and leadership positions increased by 30% within the public sectors by 2025.
I hold a PhD in Gender and Development Studies and currently a lecturer in the Department of Sociology, Gender and Development Studies of Kenyatta University with a specialization in Gender and Development Studies. I have a wealth of knowledge in Gender mainstreaming, Gender responsive project planning and management, Gender analysis, Gender responsive research, Women empowerment, Men and Masculinities, GBV Programming, Gender responsive participatory approaches and Report writing. My PhD research area was on ‘Men’s Involvement in the Prevention of Violence against Women (VAW) within Organizations in Nairobi City County, Kenya’ leveraging on positive masculinities to engage men in resolving societal issues. Current Research: Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation funded ‘On Closing the Gender Gap of Women’s Participation in Management for Economic Empowerment in the Public Sector in Kenya (2020-2025). Publications: Experience of school-related gender-based violence by pupils and the culture of silence: A case of primary Schools in Kasarani District, Nairobi County, Kenya (www.ijer.com); Gender-based Violence: The Culture of Silence and Effects on Pupils, 2013 (www.lap-publishing.com); Factors Influencing Men’s Involvement in the Prevention of Violence against Women in Nairobi City County, Kenya December, 2018, (www.ijgws.com); Barriers to Men’s Willingness to Participate in the Prevention of Violence against Women in Nairobi City County, Kenya (In Press). Student Supervision: Ongoing in varied areas of research in the Department of Sociology, Gender and Development Studies, Kenyatta University.