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Prof. Rambo Charles Mallans

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2021

Kamau, SJ, Rambo CM, Mbugua JM.  2021.  Perception of Head Teachers and District Education Officers (DEOs) on School Infrastructure Policy Governance in Somaliland. Universal Journal of Management . 9(1):20-27.
Okeyo, MP;, Rambo CM, NYONJE RO.  2021.  Use of Civil Litigation Process and Alternative Dispute Resolution mechanisms in Resolution of Contractual Disputes in Road Construction Projects in Kenya. . International Journal of Engineering Science and Computing. :596-612.
Okeyo, MP, Rambo CM, NYONJE RO.  2021.  Alternative Dispute Resolution mechanism and Resolution of Contractual Disputes in Construction Industry: the case of Road Construction Projects in Kenya. . American Journal of Engineering Research (AJER) . 10(2):61-70.
Kamau, SJ, Rambo CM, Mbugua JM.  2021.  Influences of Community Participation on School Infrastructure Policy Implementation and Performance of Construction Projects. . Open Journal of Social Sciences. 2021(9):173-187.
Mushori, J, Charles Mallans Rambo, Wafula CM, Matu J.  2021.  Evaluating Contractors’ Safety Record and Its Influence on Performance of Road Infrastructural Projects.. World Journal of Engineering and Technology. 2021(9):203-228.

2020

Mwaita, SSK, Rambo CM.  2020.  Influence of Off-Plan Purchases and Sales on Performance of Real Estate Development Projects in Kilimani, Westlands Sub County, Nairobi County, Kenya. . International Journal of Recent Innovations in Academic Research. 4(10):18-27.
Mushori, J;, Rambo CM, Wafula CM.  2020.  Evaluation of Contractors’ Financial Ability: A Remedy for Performance of Road Construction Infrastructural Projects for Sustainable Cities.. Journal of Sustainable Development. 13(6):86-98.
Okeyo, MP, Rambo CM, NYONJE RO.  2020.  Judicial Evaluation Model and Resolution of Contractual Disputes in Construction Projects: the Case of Road Construction Projects in Kenya. Strategic Journal of Business and Change Management. :527–540..
Amolo, EJA;, Rambo CM, Wafula CM.  2020.  Contingent capital and performance of hydroelectric energy projects in Kenya. . International Journal of Research in Business and Social Science . 9(4):134-142.
Amolo, EJA, Rambo CM, Wafula CM.  2020.  Credit Enhancement and Performance of Hydroelectric Energy Projects in Kenya. Journal of Finance & Banking Studies. 9(4):47-57.
O, PA, Rambo CM, Wafula CM.  2020.  Influence of Managerial Skills on Completion of PPP Projects: A Case of Sondu-Miriu Power Project in Kenya.). International Journal of Management, Accounting and Economics. 7(11):648–659.
O, PA, Rambo CM.  2020.  Emerging Challenges in the Completion of Construction Projects through Public Private Partnerships: Empirical Literature Review. Journal of Building Construction and Planning Research. :263-272.

2018

and Sakwa, R.F.E; Rambo, OCMJA.  2018.  Influence of Financing Promotion Activities As a Component of Sanitation Financing Program on Community Livelihood in Urban Informal Settlement of Obunga, Kisumu County, Kenya.. International Journal of Innovative Science and Research Technology,. 3(8)
and Mbuva, P.M.; Rambo, OCM; T.  2018.  Influence of Control Environment on Performance of SME Projects in Machakos County, Kenya. . International of Economics, Commerce and Management. 6(9)
Mutekhele B; Rambo, C.M; Ongati, NO; RO.  2018.  Routine Program Monitoring and Performance of Educational Building Infrastructural Projects: A Case of Bungoma County, Kenya.. International Journal of Innovative Research and Advanced Studies (IJIRAS). 5(9)
Mutekhele, B; Rambo, ONCM; O;.  2018.  Data Dissemination and Use and Performance of Educational Building Infrastructural Projects: A Case of Bungoma County, Kenya.. International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) . 7(10)
C.M., MM; GR;WO; HG &.  2018.  Relationship between Age Diversity and Employee Performance of Public Universities in Western Kenya. . International Journal of Academic Research in Business & Social Sciences . 8(11)

2017

Sugut, W.K; Rambo, OCM & JA.  2017.  Influence of Monitoring and Evaluation on Sustainability of HIV/Aids Programmes among Community Based Organizations in Kericho County, Kenya.. Journal of Humanities And Social Science (IOSR-JHSS). 22(10)
Sugut, W.K; Rambo, OCM & JA.  2017.  Influence of Monitoring and Evaluation on Sustainability of HIV/Aids Programmes among Community Based Organizations in Kericho County, Kenya.. Journal of Humanities And Social Science (IOSR-JHSS) . 22(10)
Mbithi, B; Muturi, RW & CM.  2017.  Macro environment moderating Effects on Strategy and Performance. Published in Haya. The Saudi Journal of Life Sciences. .
  2017.  Does Corporate Social Responsibility contribute to Performance in Sugar Manufacturing Firms? Saudi Journal of Business and Management Studies..

2015

Achieng, B.O; Rambo, OCM & PA.  2015.  Influence of Physical Facilities as a component of Institutional Capacity on Academic Performance of Students in Public Secondary Schools in Usigu Division – Bondo District, Kenya. International Journal of Physical and Social Sciences. ISSN: 2249 – 5894 Volume 5, Issue 1, January, 2015 - USA. Http://www.ijmra.us . 5(1)
Achieng B. O; Rambo C.M. & Odundo P.A.(2015).  2015.  Assessment of the Influence of the Level of Human Resources as a component of Institutional Capacity on Academic Performance of Students in Public Secondary Schools in Usigu Division – Bondo District, Kenya.. Published in International Journal of Marketing and Technology. ISSN: 2249 – 1058 . 5(5)

2014

2013

Rambo, CM.  2013.  Time Required to Break-Even for Small and Medium Enterprises: Evidence from Kenya. International Journal of Management and Marketing Research. ISSN: 1933 – 3153 [Print], 2157 – 0205 [Online]..
MALLANS, PROFRAMBOCHARLES.  2013.  DR. RAMBO CHARLES, DEVELOPING AND IMPLEMENTING MARKETING STRATEGIC PLANS: A PERSPECTIVE OF CREATING CUSTOMER VALUE ( TITLE OF THE BOOK ). Developing and Implanting Marketing Strategic Plans. : European Psychiatric Journal

2012

Rambo, CM.  2012.  http://erepository.uonbi.ac.ke:8080/xmlui/handle/123456789/9784. AbstractWebsite

The Education Act and the Secondary School Heads’ Manual recognize school heads as
the financial controllers and accounting officers, responsible for all school revenue and
expenditure management. Prior to reforms, procurement and tendering activities in
public institutions, including secondary schools, was carried out under unclear legal
frameworks, which failed to check irregularities arising from the process. Studies
commissioned by the government and the World Bank in 1986 and 1997 revealed
serious shortcomings in the procurement system, leading to loss of public funds.
Procurement reforms were initiated to enhance efficiency and minimize loss of public
resources. Even though the reforms process was initiated about a decade earlier, little
had been documented about the extent to which the regulations had been implemented
in public secondary schools and its effect on expenditure management. To achieve the
objective of this study, a cross-sectional survey design, with quantitative and qualitative
approaches was applied to guide data sourcing, processing and analysis. Primary data
was sourced from 117, which were sampled from a national population of 3,868 schools
that have been in existence for at least ten years as at the time of this study. The sample
included 6 national, 42 provincial and 69 district schools. In terms of gender, 23 were
pure girls’ schools, 19 were boys’ schools, while 75 were mixed schools. The schools
were selected through a stratified random procedure, based on the category of schools;
viz. national, provincial or district. Both quantitative and qualitative approaches were
applied to process and analyze the data. The study found that advertising tenders,
number of committee members trained in procurement had strong positive effects on
expenditure efficiency. Besides, the frequency of tender-splitting had the strongest
negative effect on expenditure efficiency. The adjusted regression models explained 45.1
percent of variance in expenditure management. The study recommends the need for:
procurement regulations to be reviewed for tender committees to include BoG, PTA
and ministry representatives; regular supervision of tender committees by the ministry
officials; training of tender committee members; technical and financial evaluation
committees to be created to enhance efficiency.

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