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Gender in nascent module II programmes in Kenyan public universities
by Organisation for Social Science Research in Eastern and Southern Africa in Addis Ababa
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 82-86).
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The nascent nature of these programs is borne out by the fact that the earliest started in and the rest have grown over subsequent years.
According to Michael Wainaina in his book, Gender in Nascent Module II Programmes in Kenya Public Universities, parallel programmes promote gender inequality.
Men who are economically endowed. The onset of the new millennium has seen an unprecedented growth of Module II programs in Kenyan public Universities. The nascent nature of these programs is borne out by the fact that the earliest started in and the rest have grown over the subsequent years.
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