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Dr. Maggie Opondo is a Senior Lecturer and Researcher in the Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, where she has been teaching for 15 years at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. She is also one of the founding members of the recently (2011) established Institute for Climate Change and Adaptation (ICCA) at the University of Nairobi.

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2013

and Nelson, V., TOMAMA.  2013.  Pathways of transformation or transgression? Power relations, ethical space and labour rights in Kenyan agri-food value chains : Food Transgressions: Making Sense of Contemporary Food Politics. Critical Food Studies. Ashgate Publishing, Farnham, Surrey, UK. ISBN 9780754699279 Abstract
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2012

Opondo, M.  2012.  A bottom -up approach to climate change adaptation policy: a case study of a community drought resilience project in Sakai sub-location, Makueni District, Kenya. : (eds.) Musyoki, A. and Khayesi, M. Environment and Development: Selected Themes from Eastern and Southern Africa, Bay Publishers: Botswana Abstract
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2009

Cross, P., EONRTMP, Edwards-Jones G.  2009.  Does farm worker health vary between localised and globalised food supply systems? : Environment International, Vol. 37, Issue 7, pp. 1004-1014 Abstract
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Tallontire, A. M., ONMMVA.  2009.  Beyond the vertical? Using value chains and governance as a framework to analyse private standards initiatives in Agri-food chains : Agriculture and Human Values, Vol. 28, Issue 3, pp 427-441 Abstract
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2008

Wandiga, S., OM, others.  2008.  For whom the Bell Tolls: Vulnerabilities in a Changing Climate,East Africa. : Leary, N. et. al. (eds.) Climate Change and Vulnerability, Earthscan: London and Sterling, VA, pp.1-30 Abstract
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Wandiga, S., OM, others.  2008.  Vulnerability to Climate-Induced Highland Malaria in East Africa. : Leary, N. et. al. (eds.) Climate Change and Adaptation, Earthscan: London and Sterling,VA, pp.375-397 Abstract
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Wandiga, S., OM, others.  2008.  Climate, Malaria and Cholera in the Lake Victoria Region. : Leary, N. et. al. (eds.) Climate Change and Adaptation, Earthscan: London and Sterling,VA, pp.109-130 Abstract
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2007

Opondo, M; Dolan, WKCS; S;.  2007.  Gender and Employment . Website
OPONDO, MARY.  2007.  Opondo, M., Dolan, C.S., Wendoh, S., and Kathuri, J.. (EAMJ 82: 592-597). : University of Nairobi. Abstract

Four hundred and forty-six children attending nursery schools in Nairobi were examined for caries and gingivitis. Assessment of social class was based on the occupation of the head of the child's household. Amongst 3-year-old children, 62% were caries-free and the mean dmft was 1.35. Amongst 5-year-olds 50% were caries-free and the mean dmft was 1.88. Thirty-seven per cent of the children had evidence of gingivitis, with the proportion changing little with age. There was no evidence of either caries or gingivitis being significantly related to social class, although children in the higher classes had more filled teeth.

2006

OPONDO, MARY.  2006.  Opondo, M., and Wendoh, S., (2006). (EAMJ 82: 592-597). : University of Nairobi. Abstract

Four hundred and forty-six children attending nursery schools in Nairobi were examined for caries and gingivitis. Assessment of social class was based on the occupation of the head of the child's household. Amongst 3-year-old children, 62% were caries-free and the mean dmft was 1.35. Amongst 5-year-olds 50% were caries-free and the mean dmft was 1.88. Thirty-seven per cent of the children had evidence of gingivitis, with the proportion changing little with age. There was no evidence of either caries or gingivitis being significantly related to social class, although children in the higher classes had more filled teeth.

2005

Barrientos, S; Opondo, SM; S.  2005.  Gender Work and Vulnerability in African Horticulture. Website
MAGDALENE, DROPONDOMARY.  2005.  Barrientos, S., Opondo, M. and Smith, S., (2005), . The Journal of Corporate Citizenship - Special Issue of on Corporate Citizenship in Africa, Issue 18, Summer 2005, pp. 87-92.. : University of Nairobi. Abstract

Four hundred and forty-six children attending nursery schools in Nairobi were examined for caries and gingivitis. Assessment of social class was based on the occupation of the head of the child's household. Amongst 3-year-old children, 62% were caries-free and the mean dmft was 1.35. Amongst 5-year-olds 50% were caries-free and the mean dmft was 1.88. Thirty-seven per cent of the children had evidence of gingivitis, with the proportion changing little with age. There was no evidence of either caries or gingivitis being significantly related to social class, although children in the higher classes had more filled teeth.

MAGDALENE, DROPONDOMARY.  2005.  Barrientos, S., Opondo, M. and Smith, S., (2005), . Participation in the Kenya Cut Flower Industry. : University of Nairobi. Abstract

Four hundred and forty-six children attending nursery schools in Nairobi were examined for caries and gingivitis. Assessment of social class was based on the occupation of the head of the child's household. Amongst 3-year-old children, 62% were caries-free and the mean dmft was 1.35. Amongst 5-year-olds 50% were caries-free and the mean dmft was 1.88. Thirty-seven per cent of the children had evidence of gingivitis, with the proportion changing little with age. There was no evidence of either caries or gingivitis being significantly related to social class, although children in the higher classes had more filled teeth.

MAGDALENE, DROPONDOMARY.  2005.  Dolan, C.S. and Opondo, M., (2005), . The Journal of Corporate Citizenship - Special Issue of on Corporate Citizenship in Africa, Issue 18, Summer 2005, pp. 87-92.. : University of Nairobi. Abstract

Four hundred and forty-six children attending nursery schools in Nairobi were examined for caries and gingivitis. Assessment of social class was based on the occupation of the head of the child's household. Amongst 3-year-old children, 62% were caries-free and the mean dmft was 1.35. Amongst 5-year-olds 50% were caries-free and the mean dmft was 1.88. Thirty-seven per cent of the children had evidence of gingivitis, with the proportion changing little with age. There was no evidence of either caries or gingivitis being significantly related to social class, although children in the higher classes had more filled teeth.

MAGDALENE, DROPONDOMARY.  2005.  Barrientos, S., Opondo, M. and Smith, S., (2005), . The Journal of Corporate Citizenship - Special Issue of on Corporate Citizenship in Africa, Issue 18, Summer 2005, pp. 87-92.. : University of Nairobi. Abstract

Four hundred and forty-six children attending nursery schools in Nairobi were examined for caries and gingivitis. Assessment of social class was based on the occupation of the head of the child's household. Amongst 3-year-old children, 62% were caries-free and the mean dmft was 1.35. Amongst 5-year-olds 50% were caries-free and the mean dmft was 1.88. Thirty-seven per cent of the children had evidence of gingivitis, with the proportion changing little with age. There was no evidence of either caries or gingivitis being significantly related to social class, although children in the higher classes had more filled teeth.

MAGDALENE, DROPONDOMARY.  2005.  Dolan, C.S. and Opondo, M., (2005), . The Journal of Corporate Citizenship - Special Issue of on Corporate Citizenship in Africa, Issue 18, Summer 2005, pp. 87-92.. : University of Nairobi. Abstract

Four hundred and forty-six children attending nursery schools in Nairobi were examined for caries and gingivitis. Assessment of social class was based on the occupation of the head of the child's household. Amongst 3-year-old children, 62% were caries-free and the mean dmft was 1.35. Amongst 5-year-olds 50% were caries-free and the mean dmft was 1.88. Thirty-seven per cent of the children had evidence of gingivitis, with the proportion changing little with age. There was no evidence of either caries or gingivitis being significantly related to social class, although children in the higher classes had more filled teeth.

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