Prof. Fatuma Nyaguthii CHEGE

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NAME: Prof. Fatuma Nyaguthii CHEGE (PhD)
TITLE/QUALIFICATION:
Prof.
DEPARTMENT:
Educational Foundations
SCHOOL:
Education
CONTACT ADDRESS:
P.O. BOX 1314 – 00618 RUARAKA-00618, KENYA
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Telephone: 
8703000 Ext. 3788
POSITION:
Associate Professor
AREA OF SPECIALISATION:
Gender & Education
RESEARCH INTEREST:
Gender issues in Education, Children’s safety and Security in schools and homes, HIV/AIDS and Education, Life Skills Education, Education, Poverty & Well-being, Interdisciplinary Issues, International Cooperation in Education.
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Publication & Research

Journals

  • 2018/19:Fatuma Chege, Phenomenological Underpinnings for Gender and Feminist Research in Education: Positioning Twenty-First Century African Contexts (final corrections from reviewers submitted),Msingi Journal of Education,Online edition, ISSN: 2310-3493
  • 2018/19:Augustine Karugu & Fatuma Chege, Adapting Innovative Cost-effective Student Mentorship Practicum to Enhance Quality in Teacher Education Programmes: A Case of Kenyatta University, Kenya (Final corrections from reviewers submitted).Msingi Journal of Education, Online edition, ISSN: 2310-3493
  • Claudia Mitchell, Fatuma Chege, Lucy Maina, Margot Rothman. Beyond engagement in working with children in eight Nairobi slums to address safety, security and housing: Digital tools for policy and community dialogue Global Public Health - An International Journal for Research, Policy and Practice Columbia University. Global Public Health, 2016 Vol. 11, Nos. 5–6, 521–527

  • Fatuma Chege & Francis Likoye. Education for all? Parents’ and Teachers’ Perceptions of the Process of schoolboys Becoming Men in Kirinyaga and Nairobi Counties, Kenya Journal of International Cooperation in Education, Vol. 17, No.2 Hiroshima University

  • Fatuma Chege, Claudia Mitchell, Lucy Maina, Margot Rotham ‘A Safe House? Girls’ Drawings on Safety and Security in Slums in and Around Nairobi’ Girlhood Studies, An Interdisciplinary Journal, Vol. 7, No. 2, 2014;130-135 ISSN 1938-8209 - Canada

  • Fatuma Chege & Francis Likoye. Education for all? Parents‟ and Teachers‟ Perceptions of the Process of schoolboys Becoming Men in Kirinyaga and Nairobi Counties, Kenya Journal of International Cooperation in Education, Vol. 17, No.2 Hiroshima University (forthcoming)

  • 2014 Fatuma Chege, Claudia Mitchell, Lucy Maina, Margot Rotham „A Safe House? Girls‟ Drawings on Safety and Security in Slums in and Around Nairobi‟ Girlhood Studies, An Interdisciplinary Journal, Vol. 7, No. 2, 2014;130-135 ISSN 1938-8209 - Canada

  • 2014 With PhD Student Rubai Mandela &Fatuma Chege “Religious Pluralism, Conflict and HIV/Aids Education in Refugee-Affected Regions of North-Western Kenya” Journal of Education and Practice www.iiste.org ISSN 2222-1735 (Paper) ISSN 2222-288X (Online – International) Vol.5, No.21, 2014:11-22

  • 2014 With Masters Students Sera Wanja, Michael Njoroge & Fatuma Chege Braille Competency Among Blind Learners: Materials and Teacher Factors in Thika and Meru, Kenya Journal of Special Needs and Disabilities Studies, Vol.1, No1, 2014:5-13; ISSN: 2305-2619 Nairobi

  • 2013 With Masters Student Josephine Orangah, John Mugo & Fatuma Chege Success Among Blind Students In Kenya: The Case of Kenyatta University Felishina Mumbi Kagume, John Mugo & Fatuma Chege Poor, Disabled and Unemployed: Linking Education to Labour Market Outcomes for Persons with Physical Disabilities in Nyeri, Kenya Journal of Special Needs and Disabilities Studies, Vol 1, No2, 2014: 77-88; ISSN: 2305-2619 Nairobi Journal of Special Needs and Disabilities Studies, Vol 1, No2, 2014: 101-111; ISSN: 2305-2619 Nairobi
    With professional colleagues

  • 2013 Chege Fatuma & Madeleine Arnot, “The Gender-Education-Poverty Nexus: Kenyan Youth‟s Perspectives on Being Young, Gendered and Poor” Journal of Comparative Education, United Kingdom Vol. 48, No. 2, May 2012, 195–209

  • 2012 Arnot, Madeleine; Chege, Fatuma N.; Wawire, Violet, „Gendered constructions of citizenship: young Kenyans‟ negotiations of rights discourses Comparative Education Vol. 48, No. 1, February 2012, 87–102, (Taylor & Francis) United Kingdom

  • 2011 Wainaina, Paul K.; Arnot, Madeleine & Chege, Fatuma, „Developing Ethical and Democratic Citizens in a Post-Colonial Context: Citizenship Education in Kenya‟,Journal of Educational Research, Vol.53, No.2, 2011; p.179 -192 United Kingdom

  • 2009 Ruto Sara, Chege Fatuma & Wawire Violet (2009), Kenya‟s HIV/AIDS Education Sector Policy: Implications for Orphaned and Vulnerable Children and the Teaching of HIV/AIDS Education Journal of International Cooperation in Education, Hiroshima University

  • 2007 Chege Fatuma (2007), Education and Empowerment of Girls against Gender-based Violence Journal of International Cooperation in Education, Hiroshima University

  • 2006 Chege Fatuma (2006), Teachers‟ Gendered Identities, Pedagogy and HIV/AIDS Education in African Settings Journal of Education, Number 38, 2006 -ISBN 0259-479X, University of Kwa Zulu Natal, S. Africa

  • 2005 Chege Fatuma, Leach Fiona, Stromquist, Nelly P (2005), Gender and Education For All: the leap to equality: Review Symposium for The EFA Global Monitoring Report UNESCO, 2003/4 British Journal of Sociology of Education, Vol. 26, No. 5, November 2005, pp 673–682, Paris, UNESCO

  • 2003 Chege Fatuma (August 2003) Constructing Femininities and Masculinities within the Framework of Domestic Labour: The Experience of Kenyan Schoolchildren Journal of Educational Focus, Vol. 4, Lagos, Nigeria

  • 2003 Pattman Rob & Chege Fatuma (October 2003) Dear Diary, I saw an Angel…: Sex Talk and Sex Education (with Rob Pattman)
    African Journal of AIDS Research, 2003, 2(2): 99–108, South Africa

  • 1995 Chege Fatuma (1995) „Strategic Gender Needs: A Challenge to Education in Kenya‟. Basic Education Forum, Vol. 6, Sept. 1995, Nairobi.

  • 1994 Chege Fatuma (1994) „Equity & the Principle of Fair Play in University Education‟.Basic Education Forum, Vol. 4, Jan. 1994, Nairobi.

 

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