EARLY GRADE READING INSTRUCTION CURRICULUM (EGRIC)

The Early Grade Reading Instruction Curriculum (EGRIC) program is a two-year fully sponsored project by USAID.   The project aims to develop the capacity of teachers using high quality, multi-genre, culturally relevant and age-appropriate instructional materials and resources in English and Kiswahili.

EARLY GRADE READING INSTRUCTION CURRICULUM (EGRIC)

The Early Grade Reading Instruction Curriculum (EGRIC) program is a two-year fully sponsored project by USAID.   The project aims to develop the capacity of teachers using high quality, multi-genre, culturally relevant and age-appropriate instructional materials and resources in English and Kiswahili. EGRIC hopes to complement and fill an existing gap in teacher education through equipping teachers with reading knowledge and skills to enhance reading literacy in pre-unit upto standard 3.

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Annual Report 2012

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Type: 
Other
Year: 
2012:00

Global Health Metrics and Evaluation (GHME) 2013: Data, Debates, Directions.. , Seattle, USA

Conference Dates: 
Mon, 2013-06-17 - Wed, 2013-06-19

Dr. Paul . A. Odundo presented a poster entitled:  "Impact of peer education on HIV/AIDS Behaviour change among secondary school youths: A static group comparison: analysis of a peer education project in Rachuonyo District, Kenya"

The conference took place at Seattle USA.

PHD Graduation in gender studies by Juliet Njeri Muasya

Date and time: 
Thu, 2013-06-06 10:30

Congratulations!

Mrs Juliet Njeri Muasya who has been studying at the University of  Capetown at the African Gender Institute will graduate on 7-6-2013.

The title of her thesis is

Exploring discourses of acess and sexual harrassment in Higher Education: A study of students perception of the University of Nairobis Institutional culture, Kenya

Expiry Date: 
Thu, 2013-06-06 10:30

NEW CHAIR FOR DEPARTMENT

Date and time: 
Sat, 2013-04-13 07:09
Location / Venue: 

COMMTECH

DR. AMOLLOH PAUL ODUNDO HAS BEEN APPOINTED AS THE CHAIR OF THE DEPARTMENT WE WISH HIM ALL THE BEST IN HIS NEW DUTIES OF STEERING THE THE DEPARTMENT TO GREATER HEIGHTS

Expiry Date: 
Fri, 2013-05-31 07:09
Contact Person: 

DR. AMOLLOH PAUL ODUNDO

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