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consultant , researcher , Education educator

Margaret Akinyi Wagah, Kenyan Education educator, researcher, consultant. Research grantee German Academy Exch. Superior vena cava syndrome, 1994, International Research Development Center, 1996, African Technology Studies Program, 1996. Member Association African Women in Research Devel, Kenya German Academy Exchange Program Scholars Association, Third World Organisation Women in Science.

Background

Wagah, Margaret Akinyi was born on November 15, 1959 in Nairobi, Kenya. Daughter of John Wagah Ojalo and Claris Wagah Mwaga.

Education

Bachelor of Education with honors, University Nairobi, 1983. Master of Education, Kenyatta University, Nairobi, 1986. Postgraduate, Kenyatta University, since 1997.

Career

Teacher, Teacher's Svc. Comm., Nairobi, 1985; tutorial fellow, Kenyatta U., Nairobi, 1987; lecturer department educational committee and technical, Kenyatta U., Nairobi, since 1988. Research consultant Aga Khan Foundation, Nairobi, 1995.

Researcher United Nations Women's Decade, 1985, International Development Research Center, 1996. Consultant Family Planning Private Section, Nairobi, 1987. Conferences attended include: Integration of Women in the Management of Primary Health Care for Sustainable Development in Kenya, University of Stellenbosch, Cape Town, 1995.

Improving Education With Instructional Technology in Kenya, Costa Rica, 1995. Appropriate Technology Utilisation by Rural Women Farmers in Kenya: Obstacles, Enhancement Strategies and Implications for Technology Policy, University of Natal, South Africa, 1996. Nutrition Performance in Primary Health Care in Rural Western Kenya Towards the C21st Western Cape, South Africa, 1997.

Nutrition in Primary Health Care, Montreal, Canada, 1997. Women's Reproductive Health, "A Human Rights Drama in Developing Countries, " University of Indiana, Indianapolis, United States of America.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Primary Health Care Strategy in Kenya, 1997.

Membership

Member Association African Women in Research Devel, Kenya German Academy Exchange Program Scholars Association, Third World Organisation Women in Science.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: reading, swimming, travel, research, shopping.

Connections

Children: Clarence Odhiambo, Cheryl Achieng.

father:
John Wagah Ojalo

mother:
Claris Wagah Mwaga

child:
Cheryl Achieng Wagah

child:
Clarence Odhiambo Wagah