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researcher , Education educator

Murungaru Kimani, Kenyan education educator, researcher. Achievements include development of a method for analyzing behavioral and biological effect of infant and child mortality on fertility.

Background

Kimani, Murungaru was born on March 10, 1956 in Kenya. Son of Kimani and Pauline Gachoki.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and Statistics, University Nairobi, 1979. Master of Science in Population Studies, University Nairobi, 1984. Doctor of Philosophy in Population Studies, University Nairobi, 1994.

Career

Planning officer II National Council for Population and Development, Nairobi, 1982—1985, planning officer I, 1985—1986. Tutorial fellow University Nairobi, 1986—1990, lecturer, 1990—2002, senior lecturer, since 2002. Visiting scholar Johns Hopkins University, 1991—1992.

Achievements

  • Achievements include development of a method for analyzing behavioral and biological effect of infant and child mortality on fertility.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: (article) African Journal Reproductive Health, 2001, Genus, 2004.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Reading, travel.

Connections

Married Jane Wangui Karuga, April 18, 1988. Children: Sylvia Njoki, Anthony Kimani, Joseph Karuga.

father:
Kimani Gachoki

mother:
Pauline Gachoki

spouse:
Jane Wangui Karuga

child:
Sylvia Njoki Kimani

child:
Anthony Kimani

child:
Joseph Karuga Kimani