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 Prepare 12 slides as follows:

1. Title

2. Problem statement

3. Research questions

4. Objectives of the study

5. Assumptions of the study

6. Theoretical framework

7. Research design

8. Study population and unit of analysis

9. Sample population and sampling procedure

10. Data collection methods

11. Data processing and analysis

12. Ethical considerations

IAS, Museum Hill
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Please prepare14 slides for your proposal defense in the following sequence:

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The Institute of Anthropology, Gender and African Studies (UoN) in conjunction with UNFPA, UNHCR, UNICEF successfully conducted a 2 weeks certificate course on Gender Based Violence in Emergencies (GBViE).


 The course aimed at increasing capacity of humanitarian workers to work in GBViE Prevention & Response Programmes.

Main Campus, University of Nairobi.
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The Director IAGAS, Dr. Owuor Olungah and  Senior Assistant Registrar, Ms Judith Obam with JSPS Director Mr Doisuke Mizoguchi and  Deputy Director, Ms Chiharu Kamimura.


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Director (Seated extreme right) with the participants of the project

The Institute of Anthropology, Gender and African Studies has initiated a collaborative training and research venture between Western Michigan University, University of Arizona and the University of Nairobi.

The research will be titled “Documenting the daily lives and wellbeing of pastoralist youth in Northern Kenya”

Director’s office, Museum Hill.
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Message from Director

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