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Gidraph G. Wairire.
Nairobi: 2015. ISBN 9789966792525.
This publication addresses the extent to which social work curricula in Kenya prepares graduates to handle issues of poverty and social development, t...

Wanjiku Mukabi Kabira.
Nairobi: 2012. ISBN 9789966792105.
From the bleak days of severe marginalisation; days when words such as 'women's empowerment' or 'affirmative action' were taboo in Kenya, Time for har...

Wanjiku Mukabi Kabira, Njogu Waita.
Nairobi: 2010. ISBN 9789966846877.
A woman yearns for self-assurance to be a woman of dreams, of song and poetry. The feel of life, buried by over socialisation and domestication proces...

Joe Khamisi.
Nairobi: 2014. ISBN 9789966259899.
Dash before Dusk: A slave descendant's journey in freedom is an account of the life and times of Joe Khamisi, a Kenyan slave descendant whose ancestor...

Ahmed E. Ndalu.
Nairobi: 2013. ISBN 9789966259363.
This is a Kiswahili dictionary that is meant for secondary school students, scholars and also the general readership. It is a product of comprehensive...

Jomo Kenyatta.
Nairobi: 1978. ISBN 9789966460172.
Facing Mount Kenya, first published in 1938, is a monograph on the life and customs of the Gikuyu people of central Kenya prior to their contact with ...

Joseph B. Wanjui.
Nairobi: 2009. ISBN 9789966846648.
Dr. Joseph Barrage Wanjui rose from humble beginnings to become Chairman and CEO of East African Industries (Unilever) and the Chancellor of the Unive...

Billy Kahora.
Nairobi, Kenya: 2008. ISBN 9789966739292.
Kenya Burning is a collaborative visual narrative adapted from the collection ran by the GoDown Arts Centre and documents Kenya’s post-election viole...

Wambui Mwangi.
Nairobi, Kenya: 2008. ISBN 9789966700889.
In this story, Seth Karanja, Madam's professional driver, is having an extremely bad day. Tribe has risen against tribe and his niece, Wacera, has fal...

H.R. Ole Kulet.
Nairobi: 2008. ISBN 9789966499264.
Blossoms of the Savannah won the Jomo Kenyatta Literary Prize 2009, Kulet’s work was hailed for powerfully addressing the elusive concerns of female g...
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