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2015

Daniel, A, Olungah CO.  2015.  Securing food through women's traditional knowledge in seed security: The case of Mulili Sub-Location, Makueni County of Eastern, Kenya.. Pathways to African Feminism and Development, Journal of African Women's Studies Centre. 2:40-52.
Odipo, G, Olungah CO, Omia DO.  2015.  Emigration and remittances utilization in Kenya.. Journal of Research on Humanities and Social Sciences.. 5(14):163-172.
Odipo, G, Olungah CO, Omia DO.  2015.  Emigration mobility trends and patterns in Kenya: A shift from South-North to South to South migration.. International Journal of Development and Economic Sustainability.. 3(4):29-48.
Obonyo, J, Olungah CO, Omia DO.  2015.  Fait accompli: Legitimizing the illegitimate in elections outcomes. Does the legality of the electoral process matter in Kenya? Journal of Public Policy and Administration Research. 5(4):103-107.

2012

Mutua, E, Olungah CO.  2012.  Men as partners against gender based violence. , Germany: Lambert Academic Publishers
Obonyo, J, Olungah CO, Omia DO.  2012.  Beyond remedial measures: Rethinking normalization of women's elections as part of the political experience in Kenya.. Journal of International Affairs and Global Strategy. 33:33-41.
Daniel, and Olungah A.  2012.  Women’s Indigenous Knowledge in Household Food Security. The Case of Mulili Sub-location, Eastern Keny. , Germany: Lambert Academic Publishing
Olungah, OC.  2012.  Culture and Reproductive Health. The Politics of Pregnancy and Childbirth among the Luo of Western Kenya. , Germany: Lambert Academic Publishers
Olungah, OC.  2012.  Social Identities and political mobilization, 2012. the case of Kenya in the run-up to 2013 general elections. , Nairobi

2011

Ngure, K, Mugo N, Olungah CO, Celum C, Baeten JM, Morris M, Olenja J, Tamooh H, Shell-Duncan B.  2011.  A qualitative study of barriers to consistent condom use among HIV-1 serodiscordant couples in Kenya.. AIDS care. :1-8.

2009

Olungah, OC.  2009.  Pregnancy in a socio-cultural context: The case of Luo of Western Kenya.. Hekima. iv(1):102-116.

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