Dr. Rubai Mandela Ochieng

Title: PhD, Kenyatta University, Kenya
Position: Lecturer
Department: Educational Foundations
Contact Address: P.O. Box 43844 , 00100 Nairobi
Area of Specialization: Health and Education
Research Interests: HIV/AIDS and Education, Lifestyle Diseases and Education, Refugee Education, Gender Issues in Education

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Conference Presentations

  • Rubai Mandela Ochieng, Effective Teaching Strategies for Biological Scientists. Kampala, Uganda, 19th – 20th August 2012
  • Rubai Mandela Ochieng, The Interactive Influence of Gender, Culture and Religion on HIV/AIDS Education in Refugee Primary Schools in Kenya, Washington DC,USA, 21st – 28th August 2012
  • Rubai Mandela Ochieng, Courtship and Marriage in the 21st Century : Lessons for Young Kenyans, Nairobi, Kenya, 2nd June 2010
  • Rubai Mandela Ochieng, Young, Gendered and Refugee: the Learning of HIV/AIDS Education in Multicultural Schools of Northern Kenya, Nairobi, Kenya, 12th – 14th Nov. 2008
  • Rubai Mandela Ochieng, Gender Issues and Christianity in the Contemporary SocietyNairobi, Kenya, 9th may 2008
  • Rubai Mandela Ochieng, 1. ‘Participation of AIDS Affected Girls in Primary School Education ; Experiences from Western Kenya’ 2. ‘Refugee Status in Kenya: Expositing Children to HIV Infection?’Dhaka, Bangladesh, 11th -16th Feb. 2006

Research and Funded Projects

  • Rubai Mandela Ochieng, 2007 – 2010, Gender and HIV/AIDS Education in Multicultural Context of Schools at Kakuma Refugee Camp and its Host Community in Kenya (PhD Research)DAAD and Kenyatta University Staff Development
  • Fatuma Chege and others, 2005- 2007, Achieving EFA Goals through Quality Basic Education for OVC in Kenya : (Africa- Asia Dialogue…Project), JICA, UNESCO&CICE
  • Fatuma Chege & Others, 2005-2006, Domesticating EFA Goals: Policy and Decision Making Processes among Education Partners in Kenya, GRIPS
  • Rubai Mandela Ochieng, 2003- 2004, Impact of HIV/AIDS on Education of Primary School Girls in Butere-Mumias District, Kenya, N/A


  • Rubai Mandela Ochieng, 2012, Teacher Preparedness in HIV/AIDS Education in Multicultural Refugee Schools of Northwestern Kenya (Forthcoming), Msingi Journal
  • Rubai Mandela Ochieng, 2012, Young, Gendered and Refugee : The Learning of HIV/AIDS Education in Multicultural Schools of Northern Kenya (Forthcoming)JIAS
  • Solomon Mumah, Rubai Mandela and others, 2006, Socio-cultural Inequalities in the Use of Reproductive Health Services among Adolescent Refugees, Tanzania Public Health Association

Administration Positions Held to Date

  • Chairperson of the departmental student registration committee, department of educational foundations, Kenyatta University. 2007 to Date




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