Title/Qualifications: PhD, MA, B.E
Department/Unit/Section: Early Childhood Studies Department Kenyatta University, Kenya.
Contact Address: Kenyatta University, P.O. Box 43844-00100, Nairobi, Kenya
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Position: Lecturer

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• Mwangi, W.W., Kimani, E., Okong’o, G., & Majale, C. (2021 a). A Gendered perspective of knowledge of Domestic Solid Waste Management within informal settlement: a case of Kiandutu informal settlement, Kiambu County, Kenya. Journal of African studies and ethnographic research

• Mwangi, W.W., Kimani, E., Okong’o, G., & Majale, C. (2021 a). Domestic solid waste management practices in an informal settlement: a gendered perspective. International journal of research and scholarly communication

• C.M. Ndungo and W.W. Mwangi (2014). Multilingualism and Education in Africa: The State of the State of the Art. Orwenjo, D.O., Njoroge C. M., Ndungu R.W. and Mwangi, P.W. (Eds). Benefits of Mother Tongue in Early Childhood Education: The Case of Kenya, (Chapter 5). Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

• Mwangi, W.W. (2004). School Empowerment Programme for Primary School Teachers. Ministry of education, Kenya, (Ed.). Alternative Teaching Approaches (Unit 4) (pp. 161-192). Ministry of Education, Science and Technology.


• JULY 2012 -International Conference on Multilingualism, Pennsylvania university and Kenyatta university. Benefits of mother tongue in early childhood education -published paper.

• June, 2014 - International Conference on African Languages and Literature in the 21st Century. Kenyatta University: The interrelatedness of Language, Gender and Identity among 8-12 year olds in informal urban setups: A case of Mathare Informal Settlement, Nairobi Kenya.