Anne, K, Ken M.  2015.  The Motorcycle and Mobility: A Blessing or A Curse, 11/15. Eastern Africa Transport Conference. , Nairobi, Kenyaabstract-_motorcyles_a_blessing_or_a_curse.pdf
Kamau, A, Ngeranwa J, Ombaka D, Mutiso M.  2015.  Adoption of Eco-Friendly Dry-Land Agriculture and Water Technologies in Kitui County, Kenya, 27 November. Technology and Management at the Interface of Cultures: Harnessing culture and technology for sustainable development, good governance and innovative technology transfer. , Jaramogi Oginga Odinga University of Science and Technology (JOUST), Bondoabstract_joust_final.pdf
Kamau, A, Paul Kamau, Muia D.  2015.  Women Small Scale Traders Baseline Report, 11/15. :1-82., Nairobi: Oxfam, SITE, NOPE: EU Wezesha Jamii Project
Kibe, LW, Kamau AW, Kinuthia JK, Habluetzel A, Mbogo CM.  2015.  A formative study of disposal and re-use of old mosquito nets by communities in Malindi, Kenya. MalariaWorld Journal. 6(9):1-9.mwj2015_6_9.pdf


Kibe, L, Habluetzel A, Kamau A, Mbogo C.  2014.  Role of Traditional Healers in the Management of Malaria in Malindi, Kenya in the Context of Declining Malaria., 25 June. XXVIII Congresso, Nazionale Sophia, Italy .


Muiya, B, Kamau A.  2013.  Universal Health Care in Kenya: Opportunities and challenges for the informal sector workers. Journal of Education and Research. 1(11):1-10.


Jussi, I, Mwangi MM, Kamau P, Kamau A, Njoka J.  2009.  Merry Go Round: A study of Informal Self-Help Groups in Kenya. , Nairobi: Nokia Research Centre - Africa
Ahlberg, B, Kamau A, Maina F, Kulane A.  2009.  Multiple Discourses On Sexuality Implications For Translating Sexual Wellness Concept Into Action Strategies In A Kenyan Context. African Sociological Review. 13(1)
Oduor, J, Kamau A, Mathenge E.  2009.  Evaluating the impact of microfranchising the distribution of anti-malarial drugs in Kenya on malaria mortality and morbidity. Journal of development effectiveness. 1(3):353-377.



Kamau, A, Bornemann R, Laaser U.  2006.  Psychosocial influences on adolescent sexuality and identity in rural Kenya. Health Sociology Review. 15(3):305-316.


Alila, PO, Mitullah WV, Kamau AW.  2002.  Women street vendors. , Nairobi: University of Nairobi

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