Prof. Grace Wamue-ngare
ender and Development Studies
Prof. Grace Wamue-Ngare is an Associate Professor in the Department of Gender and Development Studies, School of Humanities and Social Sciences- Kenyatta University. She is a renowned consultant in Gender and associated disciplines touching on the field of social sciences. She has undertaken many consultancies and trainings in Gender Mainstreaming and Awareness. Prof. Ngare is a distinguished researcher and has received numerous grants and awards from research-funding bodies among them CODESRIA, OSSREA, National Council for Science and Technology (NCST), Lake Victoria Basin Research Initiative (VicRes), and Association of African Universities (AAU). Grace has participated in numerous local, regional and international forums. She’s not only an alumnus of the Global Women Leadership Network (GWLN) but also has undertaken the “Being a Leader and the Effective Exercise of Leadership Course an Ontological/ Phenomenological Model” both as a student and also a leader. Prof. Ngare is an able team leader, quite pleasant to work with.
Gender and Development Studies,
Banana Tissue Culture and Nutrient Enhancement for Food Security and Income Generation among People Living With AIDS in the Lake Victoria Basin” ,A paper for the VicRes Annual Ethno-Botany Cluster Seminar, at Jinja Nile Resort, Uganda, April 25th to 30th 2009 “
Participated in a Value Chain for Nutrition Project Inception Workshop organised by the International Centre for Tropical Agriculture since 1967 (CIAT), 4th-8th April, 2016
Organising the forth coming Symposium on Weaving Just Peace: African Women’s Transformative Leadership in Contexts of Transition Symposium, 15th August 2016, Kenyatta University Conference Centre