l. ngesu, a. gichohi.  2016.  Sexuality Education: Promoting safe sexual behaviour among university students in Kenya.. Msingi Journal. 2(1):175-187.
mary g., john m., lewis n., isaac m., ambrose v..  2016.  The challenges facing adult and continuing education in Kenya. . International Journal of Education and Social Sciences. 10(3):53-57.
l. ngesu, k.khanani, w. lydia.  2016.  Relationship between parenting styles and students discipline in public secondary schools in Machakos County: The naked truth.. Africa and Competing Discourse on development.. :220-225.
Nadenge, M, Ngesu L, Muasya I, Maonga T, Mukhungulu M.  2016.  Parental socio-economic status and students academic achievement in selected secondary schools in urban informal settlements in West lands division, Nairobi County. International Journal of Education and Social Sciences. 3(1):43-55.
Kibui, A, Mugo R, Nyaga G, Ngesu L, N. M, N M.  2016.  Heath policies in Kenya and the new constitution for vision 2030. International Journal of Scientific Research, and Innovative Technology, . 2(1):127-134.


Mugo, N, Agnes, Lichoro, Peter, Ngesu L.  2015.  The practice of African Indigenous education and its relevance to theory and practice of modern education in Africa . International Journal of Innovative Research and Studies. 4(12):132-149.


Njeru, A, Ombati V, Ngesu L.  2014.  Causes and effects of drugs and substance abuse among secondary school students in Dagoreti division, Nairobi West district. Journal of Disaster Management and Risk Deduction, . 6(1):1992-2744.


Muli, NL, Musyoka PK.  2013.  TVET Institutions, Devolved Governance and Youth Training and Employment in Kenya: Exploratory Perspectives. Abstract

There is a substantial body of research literature that documents the critical role of Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) institutions in manpower development especially in emergent economies. While acknowledging the challenges that accompany many a TVET programme in these regions such as low efficiency and poor quality, the current discussion explores the potential synergies that could be mapped and harnessed between TVET institutions and structures of devolved governance in Kenya and how these synergies could be channelled toward youth training and employment in Kenya. Using Chapter Eleven [Devolved Government] of the Constitution of Kenya (2010) as a backdrop, the discussion identifies gaps in training for devolved governance that TVET institutions could exploit on the basis of the functions of county governments as outlined in Fourth Schedule of the Constitution. In particular, TVET institutions could fill the gaps in training for devolved governance in agriculture, natural resource management and environmental conservation, public health and emergency services, cultural activities and the management of public entertainment and amenities, county transport and public works, animal control and welfare, trade development and regulation, county planning and development, delivery of pre-primary education and childcare facilities, management of village polytechnics and home craft centres, and control of drugs and pornography. The operationalisation of county governments as per the Constitution requires a critical mass of well trained human resources in all these areas and these human resources don't have to be trained in tertiary institutions and/or universities, or be deployed from the national government for the long term. The discussion posits that a coordinated effort by TVET institutions to develop and offer training tailored toward ensuring that county governments meet their constitutionally delegated mandate provides immense opportunities for youth training and subsequent youth employment in Kenya - and possibly elsewhere


  2012.  Critical Determinants of Poor Performance in KCSE of Girls in Marginalised Regions in Kenya.. . Journal of African Studies in Educational Management and Leadership. 2(1):63-71.
Ngesu, L.  2012.  Critical Determinants of Poor Performance in KCSE of Girls in Marginalised Regions in Kenya. Journal of African Studies in Educational Management and Leadership. 2(1):63-71.
  2012.  The extent and panacea for drug abuse and indiscipline in Kenya schools. Asian Journal of Medical Sciences. 4(1):29-36.



Ngesu, L.  2010.  The phenomenology of rioting: A focus of student violence in Kenya. , Germany: Vdm Verlag
Ngesu, L.  2010.  Teacher training and management of schools: An overview of practice in Kenyan institutions.. Journal of African Studies in Educational Management and Leadership. 1(1)


Ngesu, L.  2009.  Sociology of Education. , Nairobi: University of Nairobi Press


Ngesu, L.  2008.  Drug dependence and abuse in Kenyan Secondary Schools: Strategies for intervention. . Educational Research and Review. 3(10):304-308.
Ngesu, L.  2008.  Universities as learning organizations: implication and challenges. Educational Research and Review. 3(9):289-293.

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