Between 21st and 23rd of June we will be holding our 7th International Conference.  This year the theme will be “…Creating Inclusive Foundations for Sustainability: The TVET Context…”

The following is a provisional Program for the conference.

RIFT VALLEY TECHNICAL TRAINING INSTITUTE

PROGRAMME FOR THE 7THINTERNATIONAL TVET AND INTERDISCIPLINARY CONFERENCE

June 21st –23rd 2018

Theme: Creating Inclusive Foundations for Sustainability: The TVET Context

DAY 1

(Conference Marshall: R. Lukuyu)

PLENARY SESSION

TIME ITEM
08.00 Arrival and Registration
08.30 Introductions
Welcome & Opening remarks
Official Opening
Key Note Presentation
H E A L T H   B R E A K
TECHNICAL SESSION 1                     Day 1                                       11 am – 1 pm

Foundations for Greening TVET Best Practices and case studies

TRACK 1             The Paul Matelong Library

Session chair:    Dr Kitainge                                              Rapporteur:  Tiony

  1. Promoting Participation of Women in Administration: An Inclusive Strategy for Sustainable Development of Technical Vocational Education and Training in Uganda

Aurelia Atukwase, Kyambogo University, Kampala, Uganda

  1. Greening and Digitalizing TVET in Africa: Policies, Challenges and Prospects for Youth Employment.

George Afeti (Dr-Ing.) Chair, African Union TVET Expert Group, Ghana

  1. Challenges Facing the Implementation of Past Resolutions on ‘Greening’ Technical and Vocational Education Training (TVET)

Jones K. Bungei

  1. Green Economy Marketing in Technical, Vocational Education and Trainings in Kenya: A Case of Technical University of Mombasa.

Bozo Jenje Bozo & Kennedy Mganga Chilibasi; Technical University of Mombasa

  1. Trends Greening TVETs in Kenya, the Challenges, Issues and Opportunities Best Practices and Case Studies

June Karea; Michuki Technical Training Institute, Kenya

  1. Greening TVET through Energy Conservation: Challenges, Issues and Opportunities at Shamberere T.T.I.

Lidigu Sebastian Shikoli , Maren Omondi; Shamberere Technical Training Institut, Kenya

  1. Assessing the Implementation of Institutional Environmental Policy at ThikaTechnical Training Institute, Kiambu County, Kenya

Daniel Kirogo Wahungu & Gladwin Gakenia Gitau

TECHNICAL SESSION 1          Day 1                           11 am – 1 pm

TVET in enhancing sustainable Development

TRACK 2                                            Conference Hall

Session Chair:      Dr Kiplagat                                                     Rapporteur:  Kikwai

  1. Challenges, Issues and Opportunities in TVET

Abdullahi Ahmadu Adamu; Niger State Collage of Education, Minna, Nigeria

  1. A Critical Analysis of Application of Forensic Civil and Structural Engineering Principles in Environmental Offences Investigations Performance: A Case of the Directorate for Criminal Investigations, Kenya

Karung’o Njihia Paul

  1. Foundations for Sustainable Transformative Leadership and Governance: A Case of Selected Technical Vocational Education and Training Institutions in Kenya

Ogola Pharel Omondi; Pwani University

  1. Strategies for Promoting Vocational Skills Development among Street Kids of Northern Nigeria: Implications for Sustainable Development

Lawrence Femi Ademiluyi, PhD; Kwara State University, Malete, Kwara State, Nigeria

  1. Effect of Inadequate Welding Training on Green Technology in Kenyan Welding Sector

Nicholas Kalum and John Kikwai; Rift Valley Technical Training Institute, Kenya

  1. Repositioning TVET Institutions in View of the Post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals

Dickens O. Odum: Coast Institute of Technology

  1. Challenges Facing the Entry of Graduates of Technical Training Institutions into Self-employment: The Case of North Rift Region

Kiboi Japheth Manura, Dr.  A. Ferej & Dr.  H. Dimo: Rift Valley Technical Training Institute & University of Eldoret, Kenya

 

TECHNICAL SESSION 1                      Day 1                                 11 am – 1 pm

                                              TVET and Economic Aspects of Sustainability

TRACK 3                                                                   Seminar Room 1

Session Chair:     Prof Tubey                                                  Rapporteur:  Joseah K

  1. Relationship between Adoption of Green Marketing Practices and Hotel Performance in Western Kenya Tourism Circuit

Wambui E. Ng’ang’a & Julie Makomere;  University of Eldoret

2.      Value Chain Analysis of Marine Fish Along the Coastal Region in Kenya

Ngetich Richard, Odwori Paul Okelo & Lusega David Manguya; University of Eldoret, Eldoret, Kenya

  1. Role of Social Media in the Consumption of Slow Fashion

Agnes Rono; Rift Valley Technical Training Institute, Eldoret, Kenya

  1. Management Factors Influencing the Performance of Female Entrepreneurs: A Case of Nyeri Town Constituency, Nyeri County, Kenya

Jane Wangui; Thika Technical Training Institute

  1. Constructing a Sustainable Customer Centrism Model for Universities in Kenya: Issues and Opportunities

Dr. Vundi Nason; St. Paul’s University, Limuru, Kenya

6.      Women Owned Micro and Small Enterprises Factors Influencing Growth a Survey of Kitale Town

Ruth Ongachi; Kitale National Polytechnic & Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture & Technology, Kenya

  1. Impact of Microfinancing on Women’s Involvement in Green Learning, Technological and Economic Advancement in Bondo Constituency, Kenya.

Anne Adhiambo Obinju  & Millicent Obondo; RIAT,Kenya

 

TECHNICAL SESSION 1               Day 1                                                   11 am – 1 pm

                                        Foundations for sustaining People and place

TRACK 4                                  Seminar Room 2

Session Chair:        Dr Rono                                            Rapporteur:

  1. Effect of Intra-Row Planting and Trailings on the Performance of Vine Spinach (Basella alba L in Western Kenya

1Masombo, B., 2Rop, N. K., & 2Omami E.; 1Kitale National Polytechnic, Kitale, & 2University of Eldoret, Kenya

  1. Evaluation of Basket Food Warmers for Saving Energy in Uasin Gishu County

A Case Study of Kapseret Location

Dr.  Dorcas J. Serem; University of Eldoret, Kenya

  1. Enhancing Seed Germination of African Leafy Vegetables Spider Plant (Cleome gynadra) And Night Shade (Solanum sp) Using Cytokinin.

Muga Moses, Miroya M., Maina F. & Anjichi V.

University of Eldoret & Rift Valley Technical Training Institute, Kenya

  1. Utilizing Sustainable Integrated Farming Systems to Improve Food Security in Smallholder Farms in Kisii, Kenya: A Theoretical Perspective

Esther Omayio; State Department of Livestock Production, Nandi County, Kapsabet, Kenya

  1. Sustainable Alternative Vegetative Propagation of Lucerne Crop from Stem Cuttings to Mitigate the Impact of Tropical Weed on the Sluggish, Fragile Lucerne Seeds and Seedlings

Dr. Jack Kaguu Githae; The School of Alternatively Medicine and Technology, Nyeri

  1. Effects of Global Warming on Food and Water: A Study of Tigithi and Mathioya Rivers in Kenya

1,2Godfrey Ngunyi, 3Mary Wainaina, 4Salome Njeri, 5Clair Gachambi  & 6Elvis Mute

1Kabete National Poly Technic, 2University of Nairobi, 3Kirogo High School,

5Kenchic & 6Murang’a University, Kenya

  1. Competence-Based Agricultural TVET Program is a Pillar to Enhancing County Food Security

Evans Ondati1*George Oluoch2; Ziwa Technical Training Institute & Sigalagala National Polytechnic, Kenya

 

TECHNICAL SESSION 2                    Day 1                                        2 pm – 5 pm

Foundations for Greening TVET Best Practices and case studies

The Paul Matelong Library

Session Chair:   Dr  Makomere                                                Rapporteur:  Too Andrew

 

  1. A Case Study of Green Technology Policy and Pedagogical Readiness towards Sustainable Developments and Greening of TVET Institution in Kenya

Tirus Muya Maina; Murang’a University of Technology, Murang’a , Kenya

  1. Application of the Dialogic Theory of Public Relations to Embed a Greening Culture in Waste Management in TVET Institutions

John H. Gekonde; Kisii National Polytechnic, Kenya

  1. Natural Resource Management in Greening TVET for Environmental Sustainability: A Case Study of Wote Technical Training Institute

Lydia N. Mburia; Wote Technical Training College, Makueni County, Kenya

  1. Green Campus Awareness: A Case of Masai Technical Training Institute Kajiado, Kenya

Ms. Millicent Awuor Onyango & Ms. Lydia Gwendo; Masai Technical Training Institute, Kajiado

  1. Environmental Strategic Planning Practice and Performance of TVET Institutions in Kenya; A Case of Kitale National Polytechnic

Simiyu Judith; Kitale National Polytechnic, Kenya, Kitale

  1. Solar Technology Transfer the Inhibiting Factor a Historical Study of Kenya

Ruth Ongachi; Kitale National Polytechnic & JKUAT, Kenya

  1. Social Economic Benefits of Green Buildings in Tertiary Institutions in Kenya

Lucy Kimani & Dr. Hannah Kiaritha2; The Kabete National Polytechnic, Nairobi

  1. Culture and Green TVET: Challenges and Prospects for Sustainable Development

Muhavi Lucy Sagina; Shamberere Technical Training Institute, Kakamega

  1. Ethics: An Inclusive Foundation for Sustainable TVET.

Kimeli Richard; Moi University, Eldoret, Kenya

  1. Contribution of ICT in Enhancing Quality, Access, Life-long and Open Learning in TVET for Sustainable Development

Wanjiru Njuki & Rose Muthoni Mukundi; The Nyeri National Polytechnic

 

TECHNICAL SESSION 2                    Day 1                                        2 pm – 5 pm

TVET in enhancing sustainable Development

TRACK 2                                         Conference Hall

Session Chair:  Dr Wainami                               Rapporteur: Ngugi

  1. Using a 2-Phase Stepper Generator with reconfigured Scott – T Transformer arrangement to produce 3-Phase power for possible use in micro Renewable Energy power supplies

Mark L. Gordon1,2; 1Gauteng Department of Health – Infrastructure Unit, 2Unisa – Department of Electrical and Mining Engineering

  1. Enhancing Green Learning and Training in TVET for Sustainable Development through Digital Libraries in Nyeri County, Kenya

Rose Muthoni Mukundi & Wanjiru Njuki; The Nyeri National Polytechnic, Kenya

  1. Access and Inclusive Work-based Learning; An Application of Holistic TVET in Revitalizing Hopes of Refugees and Host Population in Uganda.

Johnson Taremwa; Belgian Development Agency (Enabel), Uganda

  1. TVET in Enhancing Sustainable Development

Omoo Francis; Nakawa Vocational Training institute,  Nakawa, Kampala, Uganda

  1. Integrating Social Media in Teaching and Life Long Learning in TVET: A Case Study of Kakamega County

Pamellah N. Wanjala; Shamberere Technical Training Institute

  1. Looking Inside a Variable Speed Single Phase Motor – A Lesson in Sustainable Training and Repair

Mark L. Gordon1,2; 1Gauteng Department of Health – Infrastructure Unit, 2Unisa – Department of Electrical and Mining Engineering

  1. Strengthening Learning in Technology Education by using Theory, Simulation and Experiments

Ogur, E.O.; Technical University of Kenya

  1. A study on factors Affecting Access on Students’ Academic Results and Implemented Solution

Habineza Jean de Dieu1, Havumiragira Etienne2, Mushikiwabo Sada3, Muvandimwe Anastase4, Uwihoreye Davide5, IPRC Tumba, Information Technology Department, Rwanda

  1. Effects of Cultural Tourism on Local Community Empowerment in Kakamega County, Western Kenya

Consolata Oduya; Rift Valley Technical Training Institute – RVTTI Eldoret

  1. How Leadership Role Affects Organization Successful Performance: A Case Study of Kenya Commercial Bank

Cecilia Muendo & Dr. Dancan Irungu; Daystar University

 

TECHNICAL SESSION 2                    Day 1                                        2 pm – 5 pm

TVET and Economic Aspects of Sustainability

TRACK 3                                     Seminar Room 1

Session Chair:   Prof Omboto                                        Rapporteur: Terer W

  1. Effects of Supplier Partnering Practices on Financial Performance of Cement Manufacturing Companies in Kenya

Herman Munyare*,Dr. Hannah Kiaritha; Department of Business Studies, Kabete National Polytechnic, Kenya

  1. Securitization of Project Finance Loans

Caroline W. Kamunya; Kenya Institute of Highways and Building Technology

  1. Enterprise Resource Planning System Implementation and Value Realization in SACCOs for Youth Employment Policy in Nairobi County, Kenya

Rodah N. Sitati & Dr. Selpher K. Cheloti; Kabete National Polytechnic & South Eastern Kenya University

  1. How Leadership Role Affects Organization Successful Performance: A Case Study of Kenya Commercial Bank

Cecilia Muendo & Dr. Dancan Irungu; Daystar University

  1. Competition from Commercial Banks and the Financial Performance of Savings and Credit Co-operatives in the Banking Sector in Kenya

Dr. Hannah Kiaritha & Herman Munyare; Department of Business Studies, Kabete National Polytechnic, Kenya

  1. Adoption of Tree Nursery Practices as Strategic Enterprise at Millenium Village’s Project, Siaya County, Kenya

Kipkemboi Kandie, Odwori Paul Okelo & Odhiambo Kenneth Opiyo

University of EldoretEldoret, Kenya

  1. The Influence of Strategic Alignment on the Performance of CDF Sponsored Projects in Kitui County Kenya

Kelvin Vundi, Dr. Hellen Mugambi & Dr. Stephen Macharia; St. Paul’s University, Limuru, Kenya

  1. Empirical Review on Craft Entrepreneurship Practices in Value Creation among Rural Small and Micro Enterprises in North Mugirango Cositituency, Nyamira County, Kenya

Maengwe, James O., Otuya Willies & Ngacho Christopher; Kisii University

  1. Strategy Implementation: A Determinant for Competitive Academic Performance in Secondary Schools in Kenya

1,2Riungu Festus Kinyua, 1Dr Thomas A. Senaji & 3Dr Hellen Mugambi;; 1Kenya Methodist University, 2Thika Technical & 3Senior Lecturer St Paul University

  1. Decolonizing Development: Devolution, Democratization and Development in the Postcolonial Period

Vundi Nason (PhD); St. Pauls University Limuru, Kenya

 

TECHNICAL SESSION 2          Day 1                                             2pm – 5pm

                                     Foundations for sustaining People and place

TRACK 4                                   Seminar Room 2

Session Chair:   Dr Emily                                                                    Rapporteur: Muluka

  1. Biomethanation of Municipal Solid Waste

Leonard Gituma1 & Catherine Njang’iru; Nairobi Technical Training Institute

  1. Access to Safe Feacal Waste Disposal for Improved Sanitation in the Urban sector in Kenya

Ivy Chumo & Kanyiva Muindi

  1. The Effectiveness of Natural Homemade Organic bedbug Pesticide and its Effect on Human Health

Sarah N. Khisa; Sigalagala National Polytechnic, Kakamega,  Kenya

  1. Use of Coriander in the Treatment of Kidney Failure in Kenya

Rolex Jepkoech; Rift Valley Technical Training Institute, Kenya

  1. Metabolic Engineering of Microalgae for Improved Biodiesel Production as a Novel Energy Source

Kathleen Musungu; Coast Institute of Technology

  1. Evaluation of Electronic Assessment in Learning Institutions: A Case of Rift valley Technical Training Institute

James Kosgey & Anither Rotich; Rift Valley Technical Training institute

  1. Some Poisonous Plant Entities and their Physiological Mechanisms of Actions

Langat Kimutai; Rift Valley Technical Training Institute, Eldoret

  1. Can a Community Health Worker led Intervention improve Utilization of Post-Partum Family Planning? Evidence from A Quasi Experiment Conducted in Mwingi West Sub County.

Japheth Mativo Nzioki1* Agnes Korir2, James H. Ombaka3, Rosebella O. Onyango3 1University of Kabianga, Kericho, 2Daystar University, Nairobi; 3Maseno University, Kisumu, Kenya

  1. Morphological Characterization of Bambara Groundnut (Vigna subterranea (L.) Verdc.) Landraces in Kenya

1Forrester O. Odongo, 2Victor Wasike  & 3Oyoo E. Maurice 1Shamberere Technical Training institute,2 Kenya Agricultural and Livestock Research organization & 3Egerton University Kenya

  1. Bioaccumulation of Heavy Metals in Pig Forage: A Case of Munyaka Estate, Uasin-Gishu County

Cleophas Kimutai Cherop

Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology

 

DAY 2
PLENARY SESSION
TIME ITEM
08:00am Arrival and Registration
08:30am Introductions
9:00am Brief on RVTTI conference, KJ-TVET and AfriTVET Journals
Guest presentations: Energy Efficiency Building Concept and Africa’s Cities in Hot Climate: Prof. Joseph Msambichaka; Mbeya University of Science and Technology, Tanzania
Guest presentations
10:00am Health Break

 

TECHNICAL SESSION 3                    Day 2              10:30 am – 1pm

Foundations for Greening TVET Best Practices and case studies

TRACK 1                                 The Paul Matelong Library

Session Chair:      Dr   Kiplagat                                   Rapporteur:

  1. The Effect of Leadership on Greening TVET Sector in Kenya: A Case of Uasin Gishu Jua Kali Sector (SMES).

Titus Musyimi; RVTTI, Eldoret

  1. TVET Responsiveness to Climate Change and Globalization: The Case of Greening TVET through Competence –Based Education & Training Programmes in Kenya

Tom Nyakundi & Manoah Jahonga; The Sigagalaga National Polytechnic

  1. Influence of Green Personnel Management Practices on Greening TVET Institutions: A Case of Shamberere Technical Training Institute

Gerishom Wafula Manase; Shamberere Technical Training Institute

  1. The Impact of Sodium and Potassium Based Soaps and Detergents on Environment Nutrient Loading in in Busia County, Kenya

Mercy Okwaro & Shaban Namatsi; Bumbe Technical Training Institute, Busia – Kenya

  1. Greening TVET: Integrated Intelligent Dust Bins as a way of Improving Waste Management in TVET

Vivian Cheserek, Shadrack K. Kimutai; Rift Valley Technical Training Institute, Eldoret

  1. Greening TVET during Rainy Seasons using E-shoe Sole

Raphael Murei; Eldoret National polytechnic, Kenya

  1. Factors Affecting TVET Responsiveness to Youth Employability: Reflection on Practices of Competency-Based Provisions in Arsi Zone of Oromia Regional State

Endalew Fufa (PhD); Arsi University, Ethiopia

 

 

 

TECHNICAL SESSION 3                Day 2                                     10:30am – 1pm

                                         TVET in enhancing sustainable Development

TRACK 2                                     Conference Hall

Session Chair:      Prof Simiyu                                       Rapporteur:  Musyimi T

  1. TVET and Tackling of Unemployment among Middle Level College Graduates in Kenya

Dr. Benson Vundi Nason, St. Paul’s University, Limuru

  1. Contribution of ICT in Enhancing Quality, Access, Life-long and Open Learning in TVET for Sustainable Development

Wanjiru Njuki & Rose Muthoni Mukundi; The Nyeri National Polytechnic

  1. Issues and Challenges of Industrial Attachment in Technical and Vocational Education and Training Institutions in Western Kenya

Jonah Kipyegon Ronoh & Josephat Kiprono Mutai; Sigalagala National Polytechnic, Kakamega, Kenya

  1. Project Based Learning and Enhancement of Practical Competence among Students at Kyambogo University

Nansubuga Lydia, Dr. Justine Nabaggala (PhD) & Dr. Elizabeth Opit (PhD)

Kyambogo University, Kampala, Uganda

  1. The Role of Technical and Vocational Education and Training in Driving the Government’s Big Four Agenda for Sustainable Development in Kenya

Dr. Benson Vundi Nason; St. Paul’s University, Limuru

  1. Influence of Education Facilities on Implementation of Technical, Vocational Education and Training in Vihiga County, Kenya

Dr. Evans Vidija Sagwa, PhD, MIHRM, Lic.HRP; Senior Lecturer, Technical University of Kenya, Nairobi Kenya

  1. The Role of Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Institutions in the Revitalization of the Collapsed Textile Industry in Kenya

George Oluoch & Evans Ondati; Sigalagala National Polytechnic &Ziwa Technical   Institute, Kenya

 

TECHNICAL SESSION 3                Day 2                                     10:30 am – 1pm

                                         TVET and Economic Aspects of Sustainability

TRACK 3                                             Seminar Room 1

Session Chair: Prof Odwori                                                       Rapporteur: Lumumba

  1. Analysis of Adoption of Green Entrepreneurship in Kenya: A Study of Fashion Industry in Eldoret

Agnes Rono; Rift Valley Technical Training Institute, Eldoret, Kenya

  1. An Empirical Analysis of Factors Affecting Implementation of Green Public Procurement In Laikipia County Government, Kenya

Ngunjiri, Elijah1 Wanjau, Lawrence &Omondi, Humphrey; Karatina University

  1. The place of TVET in Entrepreneurial Development for Promotion of SMEs

Janet Mokaya; Kisii National Polytechnic

  1. Assessing Feasibility of Space Based Solar Energy as a Safe and Reliable Source of Electricity in Kenya

Alex Kobia; Kiambu Institute of Science and Technology (KIST)

  1. Factors Affecting Implementation of Rural Road Projects in Trans Nzoia County: A Survey of County Government Projects

Wamocho Leonard Kingasha; Jomo Kenyatta University of Science & Technology & Kitale National Polytechnic

  1. Integrated Sustainable, Agriculture, Food and Health Care

Dr. Jack Kaguu Githae; The School of Alternatively Medicine and Technology, Nyeri

  1. Business Analytical Tools and Facilities for Illuminating Dark Data

1Felister Munyi Wanyaga & Njeru Mwiti Kevin

1Thika technical training Institute & Mount Kenya University, Thika, Kenya

 

TECHNICAL SESSION 3               Day 2                                                   10:30 am – 1 pm

Cross cutting issues

TRACK 4                                                      Seminar Room 2

Session Chair:  Dr Mwamburi                                           Rapporteur: Mogonchi

  1. Mobile Based Electronic Polling Systems: A Security Perspective Overview

James Kosgey, Anither J. Rotich & Shadrack K Kimutai

Rift Valley Technical Training Institute, Eldoret, Kenya

  1. The Anatomy of Effective Publishing: Sensibility of Applying Ethical Considerations or Publish and Perish

Dr. Vundi Nason (Phd); St. Pauls University Limuru, Kenya

  1. A Metrics-based Framework for Determining Quality of Academic Websites

James Kosgey; Rift Valley Technical Training Institute – RVTTI Eldoret

  1. Friendly Battery: Generating Electrical Energy from Irish Potatoes

Mr. Were Calvins Miseda,; Ol’lessos TTI

  1. Harnessing youth Energy for unity in Kenya: A Study into the Role of Secondary Education in the Fostering of National Cohesion in Kenya

Mr. Bulbulen, Arap  Maritim; Rift Valley Technical Training Institute, Kenya

  1. Science Anxiety: The Impact on Learning and Performance of Secondary School Students in Biology. A Case of Bungoma County, Kenya

Kennedy W. Nyongesa1, Prof. Mark Okere2 & Prof. Zachary K. Mbugua2

1 Kitale National Polytechnic & 2Egerton University &2Karatina University

 

TECHNICAL SESSION 4                                            Day 2                                2pm – 3pm

TVET in enhancing Sustainable Development

TRACK 1                              The Paul Matelong Library

Session Chair:   Dr  Lenah S                                             Rapporteur: Flora M K

  1. Situational Analysis on the Role of Technical and Vocational Education and Training Sub-sector towards Realization of Kenya’s Vision 2030

Dr. Hoseah Kiplagat, PhD; University of Eldoret.

  1. Research Methods and Methodologies in in SDGs

1Esther Chepsiror,  1Salina C. Selem  & 2Joan Jepchirchir; 1The Catholic University of Eastern Africa & 2Moi University

  1. Modelling the Influence of Project Management Tools on Project Performance in the Construction Industry of Kenya: A Case Study of Trans-Nzoia County

Thomas M Nyabero.

 

TECHNICAL SESSION 4                       Day 2                                2pm – 3pm

Foundations for sustaining people and place

TRACK 2                                Conference Hall

Session Chair:    Prof Ogur                                            Rapporteur: Kosgey J

  1. An Economic Valuation of the Benefits of Kingwal Wetland’s to the Local People

Chepkwony Gladys Cherono, Odwori Paul Okelo & Ipara Hellen

University of Eldoret, Eldoret, Kenya

  1. My Blood Donor Application: Prototype to Address low Blood Shortages in Kenya

Nahashon Kiarie,; Nkabune TTI

  1. Relationship between Healthy Diet and Prevention of Lifestyle Diseases in Uasin Gishu County, Kenya

Mercy Jeruto

 

TECHNICAL SESSION 4                       Day 2 2pm – 3pm

Cross cutting Issues

TRACK 4                                              Seminar Room 1

Session Chair:     Dr Chumba S                                  Rapporteur:  Anita R

  1. Students’ Attitudes towards Home Science Subject in Selected Secondary Schools: A Case of Elgeyo Marakwet County

Abigael Chelagat, Kisilu Kitainge & Gertrude Were; University of Eldoret

  1. Effect of Verbal Sexual Harassment on Students’ Self-Esteem in Selected Secondary Schools in Nyamira and Kiambu Counties, Kenya

Naom kemuma Ondicho*, Prof. Kisilu Kombo, Dr. Felistus Njuguna

Kenyatta University Department of Educational Management, Policy and Curriculum Studies

  1. The Challenges of Gender Mainstreaming among Community Organizations in Mathare Slums

Dr. Vundi Nason, Catherine W. Kiarie & Jane W. Ndungu; St. Paul’s University, Limuru

 

 

 

TECHNICAL SESSION 4                       Day 2 2pm – 3pm

        Cross cutting Issues

TRACK 4                                              Seminar Room 2

Session Chair:   Dr Kisilu                                  Rapporteur:  Moindi M

 

  1. Class Teacher’s Perception on the Use of Hidden Curriculum in Class Room Context, in Meeting the Psychosocial Needs of Learners in Middle Primary School in Migwani, Kitui County, Kenya

Tina Vundi & Professor Joseph Mworia Wamutitu; St. Paul’s University & Egearton University

  1. Perception of University Students on What the Media Portrays as “Ideal” Body Image

Dorcas Serem, Nancy Nguchara and Gertrude Were

Department of Family & Consumer Sciences of the University of Eldoret

  1. Religion and Gender Inequality, are Women Exploited in Religion? Case of Women in Africa Inland Church, Nairobi Region East Church Council, Nairobi County

Dr. Vundi Nason, Kennedy Wilson Ginda & Grace Wendo Muthoni  

St. Paul’s University, Limuru

 

  1. Influence of Leader’s Demographic Characteristics and Perspective Towards Implementation of Gender Parity Strategies in Secondary School of Kibera Informal Settlement

 Mwarili Margaret Alusa,   Kyalo Benjamin Wambua & Chumba Sammy

Moi University, Eldoret

 

 

CLOSING SESSION
TIME ITEM

 

03:00 Award ceremony
Conference Communiqué
Official Closing
4:30 H E A L T H   B R E A K/DEPARTURE
DAY 3
08:00 EXCURSION
04:30 DEPARTURE

RVTTI Quality Policy Statement

RVTTI is committed to providing quality Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) that is innovative, competency oriented and research based that shall consistently meet and exceed its customer requirements and expectations.

The top management is committed to providing resources to achieve the RVTTI objectives through continual improvement of the quality management system by complying with ISO 9001:2015 standards and other applicable requirements.

The top management shall ensure that established quality objectives and this quality policy are suitable and sustainable through annual review.

Responsiveness

   Versatility

      Teamwork

         Transparency

            Integrity