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Victor Awuor GOAA&. "Age schedules of intra-provincial migration in Kenya." Africa Population Studies. 2018;32(2):21.
"Emigration and Remittances Utilisation in Kenya." Humanities and Social Sciences. 2015;Vol. 5(No. 14):163-172.emigration_and_remittances_publication.pdf
"Emigration Mobility Trends and Patterns in Kenya: A Shift from South-North to South-South Migration." International Journal of Development and Economic Sustainability; European Centre for Research Training and Development, UK . 2015;Vol.3(No.4): pp.29-48.emigration-mobility-trends-and-patterns-in-kenya_publication.pdf
"Labour Mobility and Deconstruction of Kenya Emigration Streams." International Journal of Innovative Research and Development. 2015;Vol 4 (Issue 9).labour_mobility_and_deconstruction_of_kenya_emigration_sreams.pdf
Migration and Urbanisation in Kenya: a Policy Brief. Nairobi: National Coordinating Agency for population and Development (NCPD); 2013.psa_brief_ppt_media_-_migration.ppt
Odipo G, Bowa O. Industrial Geography. . Nairobi: College of Education and External Studies Press, University of Nairobi; 2004.
Odipo G. "“Nomadism: A Migration Mechanism for Environment and Economic Sustainability: The Pokot of Kenya.”.". In: Third African Population Conference of the Union for African Population Studies. International Convention Centre, Durban, South Africa; 2000.
Oucho JO, G. O. "“Estimation of Internal Migration in Kenya.” in John O. Oucho, A. B. C. Ocholla-Ayayo, Elias H. O. Ayiemba, L. Odhiambo Omwanda (eds), pp. 229-257..". In: Population and Development in Kenya: Essays in Honour of S. H. Ominde. Nairobi: Population Studies and Research Institute; 2000.
Odipo G. "Refugees in Development of Host Country, The New World Order: A Case Study of Ethiopian Refugees in Kenya; in the African Population in the 21st Century .". In: Third African Population Conference of the Union of Africa Population Studies. International Convention Centre, Durban, South Africa; 1999.
Odipo G. "Nomadism, a migration mechanism for environment and economic sustainability: the Pokot of Kenya.". 1999. AbstractWebsite

This paper discovers that mobility of the nomads is at the same time an expression of a flexibility permeating all spheres of life. It also investigates and seeks answers to the following questions: Why should an economic system (that is, nomadic pastoralism) that has survived for centuries in these dry regions be considered inappropriate and irrational today? Is it not rather a matter of changed general conditions rendering the traditional strategies ineffective? This paper, using the example of the Pokot of Kenya, shows how this ethnic group is environmentally aware and lives and works adapting to the living circumstances, and that their behaviour is not irrational; also that they have a vital interest in preserving their environment and that, if the supporting capacity of their living environment has already been exceeded the cause should not be blamed on the people themselves, but on changes brought about by external factors. The paper concludes by suggesting measures that would enable the nomadic Pokot continue living in their environment, with assurance of the sustainability of their economic activities as dictated by the demands of the existing ecology. The paper acknowledges and appreciates the importance of studying and understanding the socio-anthropology of a people in any operational research, for the sake of success of region-specific development planning and implementation.

Abagi O, Odipo G. Access, Quality and Efficiency in Education in Kenya. Nairobi: Institute of Policy Analysis and Research (IPAR).; 1997.

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