2017.  community empowerment in the prevention obstetric fistula. Reproductive health Conference. , Nairobi: Kenyatta University, Dept of Public Health


Subbo, W, Wandibba S.  2015.  Socio-economic and cultural factors influencing food security. , Saabrucken: Scholars Press


  2012.  Pan-African Anthroplogical Conference PAAAC, 13 August . Pan-African Anthroplogical Conference PAAAC. , Nairobi Safari Club, Nairobi Kenya abstractsocial_and_economic_factors_impacting_food_production.pdf



Subbo, Wilfred K.; Wakabe, R; WS.  2009.  Behaviour change in the area of HIV: challenges and planks for positive living. Aids and Sexual Reproductive Health. AbstractWebsite

In Spite of considerable efforts and resources by government and NGOs to preventing the spread f HIV/AIDS in Kenya, little seems to have been achieved. While awareness is generally high, it is clear there is a gap between information and behavior change that must be bridged. This paper attempts to address this issue using the bridge model of behavior change. It first discusses the challenges that are the ‘valley’ between information and behavior change, then examines the planks that can be used to surmount the challenges, creating a bridge between the two ‘banks’.

and Subbo, W. K., WWRS.  2009.  Behaviour change in the area of HIV: Challenges and planks for positive living. Aids and Sexual Reproductive Health: Policy Implications. 1(16):34-38.behaviour_change_in_the_era_of_hiv_aids_-_dr._subbo.docx


Subbo, W and Moindi, MN.  2008.  Recycling of wastes as a strategy for for Conservation in Lake Victoria Basin: The case of women groups in Kisumu, Kenya. African journal of Environmental Science and Technology. 5(2):319-322.recycling_of_waste.pdf


  2007.  An Overview of structural Adjustment programmes in Kenya. African Academy of Sciences. Dicsovery and Innovation Journal . 19(No 4):12-15.an_overview_of_structural_adjustment_programmes_in_kenya.pdf


Subbo, WK.  2006.  Wife Beating among the Abagusero. African Academy of sciences: Discovery and Innovations. 18(4):295-303.


Subbo, W, et al.  2005.  Gender Training Manual. , Nairobi: Catholic Secretariattraining_manual.pdf


Subbo, W.  2004.  An overview of strategies to improve food production and sanitation in urban areas. The cas study of Nairobi Kenya . Status of Health Education in the Eastern Africa Region opportunities Challenges and the way forward. an_overview_of_strategies_to_improve_food_production.pdf


Subbo, WK.  2003.  Women empowerment in slum settlements: An annotated bibliography. , Nairobi: United Nations Centre for Human Developments (UN_HABITATWomen empowerment in Slum Settlement. pdf


Subbo, W.  2002.  Gender training in and resource manual. AbstractWebsite

Why a Christian Gender Manual The Church plays a pivotal role in contributing to a world where justice, peace, truth, freedom and solidarity prevail, a world where God reigns. Thus the Church is committed to protecting the dignity of women like any other human being. These include elimination of gender-based discrimination, exclusion and violence among others. Addressing gender is translating the Christian message of love of neighbor into action. This manual will guide users to address gender imbalances in the light of Christian virtues-the Social Teaching of the Church and to plan for active peace-building that will bridge the Gender Gaps and harmonise relations between women and men of God. It will assist development workers of the Kenya Episcopal Conference – Catholic Secretariat in particular and Church Organisations in general, to plan for interventions that will correct gender imbalances and lead to more equitable and sustainable human development. This manual is primarily meant for Catholic Development Workers and Trainers. It is envisaged that this manual: • Provide a comprehensive training for gender trainers that also takes into account vital African and theological perspectives. • Help promote gender awareness thus increasing he empowerment of the Family of God – both women and men.

Subbo, WK.  2002.  Concept of Gender and Development, 24 june. Gender Sensitization Workshop. , Kisumuconcept_of_gender_and_development.pdf


Subbo, WK.  2001.  Gender and sustainable Human Development in Kenya, 23rd October. Kenya Episcopal Conference. , Machakosgender_and_sustainable_human_development_in_kenya.pdf


Subbo, WK.  1994.  Cultural Diversity and Integration in Kenya. Bulletin of the International Committee on Anthropological and Ethnological Research. 3(36):45-99.cultural_diversity_and_national_integration_in_kenya.pdf



Subbo, WK.  1990.  Settlement Schemes as Centres of Socio-Economic Change: The Case of Nyansiongo Scheme Nyamira District, Nyanza Province, Kenya . AbstractWebsite

Field work for this study was conducted between the months of November 1989 and February 1990. Its purpose was to establish the direction and magnitude of change that had occurred among the resettled farmers, socially and economically.To achieve that goal, it became necessary to document and analyze the socio-economic changes among the settlers in the scheme. The demonstration model was the theoretical orientation that was used to guide and inform this study. It presupposes that for any meaningful changes to be effected, government change agents such as veterinary and agricultural extension workers should have dialogue with the farmers. It is indicated that the demonstration model is viable for planned social change. The methodology that was used to collect data in this study was documentary library search, focus group discussion, interviews and participant observation methods. The respondents were randomly selected using systematic random sampling, in which every 5th household head was interviewed. The household was the unit of analysis.The findings indicate that, on the overall, Abagusii farmers in Nyansiongo settlement have undergone significant socioeconomic transformations. They enjoy a higher standard of living than they did in the pre-settlement area. They now have bigger pieces of land that they utilize in the production of more food and cash crops. Most of them derive adequate income from their farming activities which they invest in both farming and non-farming ventures. It was also established that, socially, there settlers have to a large extent adapted to the new environment by leading lifestyles that tend to be urban oriented, characterized by investing in the environment, being more individualistic and self-reliant. In brief, they have taken farming as a commercial activity.

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