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Prof. John A. Orodho

Position: Associate Professor
Department: Education Management, Policy & Curriculum Studies
Contact Address: P.O. Box 43844 , 00100 Nairobi

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Area of Specialization
Curriculum Development, Research and Statistics

Research Projects

  1. Ethnobotany, Bioassay and Active Compound Isolation in Medicinal Plants used for Treatment of Tuberclosis in Lake Victoria Basin
  2. The Status of Pre-Primary Education in Kenya: Policy Directions
  3. Development of Mobile Schools among Pastoralist Communities in Kenya
  4. Financing Education in Kenya: Secondary School Bursary Scheme Implementation and Challenges
  5. Access and Participation in Secondary School Education in Kenya: Emerging Issues and Implications
  6. Financing Education in Kenya Through Students’ Loan Scheme: Emerging Challenges and Prospects
  7. Education, Vocational and Technical Training and Employment: Designing Projects that Link Education, Vocational Training and Employment in Kenya Orodho J.A. (2005) Elements of Education and Social Science Research Methods, Kanezja Publishers
  8. Orodho J.A. (2004) Techniques of Writing Research Proposals and Reports in Education, Masda Publishers
  9. Orodho J.A. (1990) Elements of Physics, Heinemann
  10. Orodho J.A., Otiende J.E., Ezaza W.P., Bosvert R. (1991) Issues in Environmental Education, University of Nairobi Press
  11. Orodho J.A. and Musyoki A. (1992) “Urban Women Workers in the Informal Sector and Economic Change in Kenya” in Gibon P. , Social Change and Economic Reform in Africa. Scandinavian Institute of African Studies
  12. Orodho J.A. (1998) Population Growth, Gender, and Food Production in Kenya: The Case of Small Scale farmers in Vihiga District, Union of African Population Studies

Publications

  1. Orodho J.A., (2003) Regional Inequalities in Education, Population and Poverty Patterns in Kenya: Emerging Issues and Policy Directions, Population of Kenya Journal, 1
  2. Orodho J.A. and Njeru H.E. (2002) Reflecting on Human Security Now, UN Center for Development, 24,2
  3. Orodho J.A. and Njeru H.E. (2003), Financing Education in Kenya: Secondary School Bursary School Implementation and Challenges, Discussion Paper 035/2003, Institute of Policy Analysis and Research
  4. Orodho J.A. (1998) Population Growth, Gender and Food production in Kenya: The Case of Small Scale Farmers in Kenya, African Population Studies, 33,
  5. Orodho J.A. (1996) Environmental Education:Children and Women as Focus of Sustainable Development in Kenya, Kenya Journal of Education 6,1
  6. Orodho J.A. (1995) Cost- Recovery and Impact on Quality, Access, and Equity: The case Study of Kenyan Public Universities, International Association of Universities, 8
  7. Orodho J.A. and Musyoki A.(1993) Urban Women Workers in the Informal Sector and Economic Change in Kenya, Scandinavian Institute of African Studies
  8. Orodho J.A. (1992) Womens’ Work and the Informal Sector in Kenya: A Case Study of Small Scale Enterprise in Kenya, Gender and Development in Africa, Eastern Africa Research Review, VIII, 2
  9. Orodho J.A. and Achola P., (1992) Cultural and Socio-Economic Aspects of the Kenyan Primary School Curriculum: How Relevant? Basic Education Forum 2

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