Qualifications: PhD, Community Resource Management; M.Sc. Family and Consumer Sciences, B.Ed.

School: Public Health and Applied Human Sciences
Department: Population, Reproductive Health and Community Resource Management.
Position: Lecturer
Contact Address: 43844-00100, Nairobi
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Research interests: Community development; Sexual and reproductive health access and justice; Family studies;Sexual and Reproductive Health Behaviour; Gender studies; Curriculum development.
Area of Specialization: Reproductive health; Community development; Community Resource Management; Family and Consumer Sciences; Education and Curriculum development

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RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS

ARTICLES IN REFEREED JOURNALS

  • Ngige, L., & Ndayala, P. (2020). Effects of Anticipated Stigma and Discrimination on Self-Disclosure of HIV Seropositive Status among People Living with HIV and AIDS in Kenya. East African Journal of Health and Science, 2(1), 51-61. https://doi.org/10.37284/eajhs.2.1.211.
  • Abdullahi, M. O. M. & Ndayala P., (2018).ROLE OF SOCIO-DEMOGRAPHIC AND LIVELIHOOD STRATEGY DIVERSIFICATION ON PASTORALISTS’HOUSEHOLD STABILITY IN MANDERA COUNTY, KENYA. International Journal of Poverty, Investment and Development3(1), 1-19.
  • Phoebe, N., & Ngige, L. (2015). Nature and Extent of HIV Self Disclosure by Seropositive Adults in HIV Support Groups in Nairobi County, Kenya. Nature, 5 (16). ISSN (Paper) 2224-5766 ISSN (Online)2225-0484.
  • Kathuri-Ogola, L., VanLeeuwen, C., Kabaria-Muriithi, J., Weeks, L.E., Kieru, J. and Ndayala, P. (2015). Supervision Challenges Encountered During Kenyan University Students’ Practicum Attachment. Journal of Education and Practice. Vol.6, No.17. ISSN 2222-1735 (Paper) ISSN 2222-288X (Online).

PARTICIPATION AND ATTENDANCE OF CONFERENCES AND WORKSHOPS

Time: 2010: First Pan-African Family Strengths International Conference held from 20th -24th July 2010 at the North Coast Beach Hotel in Mombasa, Kenya. 

PRESENTATION OF PAPERS AT PROFESSIONAL CONFERENCES

  • Impact of self-disclosure of HIV Sero-positive status on gender-based violence among people living with HIV/AIDSin Nairobi, Kenya by Ndayala Phoebe; L. Ngige&. A. Ondigi paper presented in the Gender Violence Conference hosted in Kenyatta University.
  • “Factors associated with sexual behavior of Adolescent school girls in western Kenya” by Phoebe Ndayala, Lucy Ngige and Olive Mugenda paper presented in the First Pan-African Family Strengths International Conference from 20th 24th July 2010 Mombasa, Kenya. Kenyatta University and Northern Illinois University (USA)

 Academic Research  

  • Jan 2010-2014: PhD researchon HIV self-disclosure in Nairobi, Kenya
  • 2006: “Factors associated with sexual behavior of Adolescent school girls in western Kenya. A thesis submitted for the award of Master of Science (Family and Consumer Sciences), Kenyatta University.

RESEARCH PAPERS/REPORTS/CONTRIBUTION

ARTICLES IN REFEREED JOURNALS

  1. Abdullahi, M. O. M. and Ndayala Phoebe (2018). ROLE OF SOCIO-DEMOGRAPHIC AND LIVELIHOOD STRATEGY DIVERSIFICATION ON PASTORALISTS’HOUSEHOLD STABILITY IN MANDERA COUNTY, KENYA. International Journal of Poverty, Investment and Development3(1), 1-19.
  2. Ndayala Phoebe, Ondigi Alice N., Ngige L Nature and Extent of HIV Self Disclosure by Seropositive Adults in HIV Support Groups in Nairobi County, Kenya. www.iiste.org › Home › Vol 5, No 16 (2015)
  3. Kathuri-Ogola, L., VanLeeuwen, C.,Kabaria-Muriithi, J.,Weeks, L.E., Kieru, J. and Ndayala, P. (2015).Supervision Challenges Encountered During Kenyan University Students’ Practicum Attachment. Journal of Education and Practice. Vol.6, No.17. ISSN 2222-1735 (Paper) ISSN 2222-288X (Online).
  4. Worked on a regional publication on women’s maternal and reproductive health risk status in Sub-Sahara African countries titled “A Measure of Commitment

PARTICIPATION AND ATTENDANCE OF CONFERENCES AND WORKSHOPS 

Time: 2010: First Pan-African Family Strengths International Conference held from 20th -24th July 2010 at the North Coast Beach Hotel in Mombasa, Kenya. 

  • Impact of self-disclosure of HIV Sero-positive status on gender-based violence among people living with HIV/AIDSin Nairobi, Kenya by Ndayala Phoebe; L. Ngige &. A. Ondigi paper presented in the Gender Violence Conference hosted in Kenyatta University.
  • “Factors associated with sexual behavior of Adolescent school girls in western Kenya” by Phoebe Ndayala, Lucy Ngige and Olive Mugenda paper presented in the First Pan-African Family Strengths International Conference from 20th 24th July 2010 Mombasa, Kenya. Kenyatta University and Northern Illinois University (USA)

RESEARCH PAPERS/REPORTS/CONTRIBUTION

  • Humphres Evelia, Phoebe Ndayala, Kevin Oyugi, Lucy Ogola, Edgar Makona, Nerima Were, Tabitha Saoyo & Allan Maleche. FACILITATING ACCESS TO SEXUAL AND REPRODUCTIVE JUSTICE FOR ORPHANED AND VULNERABLE ADOLESCENT GIRLS IN KISUMU AND HOMA BAY COUNTIES. Baseline Survey Results Report, 2017. KELIN kelinkenya.org.
  • Evelia H., Ndayala P., Njue C., Kuya J., Wanjiru M., Baumgartner S. & Westeneng J., 2016 “Exploring the factors that influence access to SRH services for young people in Kenya: A study of three different health service models used by FHOK”, Rutgers & FHOK. rutgers.international
  • Evelia H., Wanjiru M., Kuya, J., Ndayala P. & Westeneng J., 2016 “Understanding factors that influence use of E&M platforms for SRHR information and services among youths in Nairobi, Kenya”, Rutgers, Africa Alive! & Nairobits. rutgers.international
  • Evelia H., Kieru J., Ndayala P., Kuya, J., Wanjiru M. & Westeneng J. 2016 “Understanding the use of telemedicine for accessing SRHR and HIV information and services for 10-24 year olds in Kisumu county of Western Kenya”, Rutgers, Simavi & KMET Utrecht, March 2016. rutgers.international
  • Ndayala P.,Wafula C.O., Chesire F., Evelia H., Kuya J,& Westeneng J., 2016 “Exploring the factors that influence meaningful youth involvement in the health care system management in Western Kenya”, Rutgers & GLUK Utrecht, March 2016. rutgers.international
  • Globus Associates Questream, & Sexual and Reproductive Health Alliance ( March 2016); The Access Services and knowledge Outcome Measurement Report 2016. SRHR Alliance Nairobi March 2016. rutgers.international
  • Globus Associates Questream, & Sexual and Reproductive Health Alliance ( March 2016); The Unite for Body Rights Program Outcome Measurement Report 2016. SRHR Alliance Nairobi March 2016. rutgers.international

PARTICIPATION AND ATTENDANCE OF CONFERENCES AND WORKSHOPS 

PRESENTATION OF PAPERS AT PROFESSIONAL CONFERENCES

  1. Presented paper on Meaningful youth participation in community health care management systems in Western Kenya: An exploration of contextual factors. In the GLUK conference, Kisumu Kenya (2014).
  2. Impact of self-disclosure of HIV Sero-positive status on gender-based violence among people living with HIV/AIDSin Nairobi, Kenya by Ndayala Phoebe; L. Ngige&. A. Ondigi paper presented in the Gender Violence Conference hosted in Kenyatta University.
  3. “Factors associated with sexual behavior of Adolescent school girls in western Kenya” by Phoebe Ndayala, Lucy Ngige and Olive Mugenda paper presented in the First Pan-African Family Strengths International Conference from 20th 24th July 2010 Mombasa, Kenya. Kenyatta University and Northern Illinois University (USA)

Academic Research  

2014: Predictors of HIV self-disclosure to sexual partners bySero-positive adults in informal settlements: a case of Central division, NairobiCounty, Kenya.A thesis submitted


News and Events

35th and 36th Graduation Ceremonies

The School has also realized an increase in the number of graduands of Master of Science candidates. During the 35th and 36th graduation ceremonies, a total of 13 candidates graduated.

35th Graduation Ceremony

The School of Applied Human Sciences graduated three (3) PhD candidates during the 35th Graduation Ceremony held on 20th December, 2013, and another four (4) during the 36th Graduation Ceremony.

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