MRS. ROSELINE OLUMBE

 

 
Title Lecturer | Coordinator
Office Institute for Child Development
Ext/Phone (+254) 722165779
Email rolumbe@daystar.ac.ke

 

Education

  • B.Ed - Arts from Moi University, Kenya
  • Certificate - Biblical and Cross Cultural Studies from All Nations Christian College, UK
  • M.A – Christian Education from Africa International University, Kenya
  • PhD – Holistic Child Development from Asia Graduate School of Theology, Philippines

 

Experience in University Teaching

  • August 2004 – to date: Teaching, mentoring, department leadership

 

 

Publications and Patents

  1. Department of Children Services (2016).  National Psychosocial Support Guidelines For Orphans and Vulnerable Children in Kenya (Popular Version). Nairobi, Kenya
  2. Oladipo, R., Esther, H. M., Manya, S., Nzyuko, S., Olumbe, R., Mogute-Nyangera, M., & Mutunga, D. (Eds.). (2015). A Modern Approach to Positive and Responsive Parenting. Nairobi, Kenya: Daystar University.
  3. Department of Children Services (2015).  National Psychosocial Support Guidelines For Orphans and Vulnerable Children in Kenya. Nairobi, Kenya
  4. Olumbe, R. (2013). Understanding Aspects of the African Culture and their Effect on the Child’s Faith. In S. Greener, R. Oladipo, A. Munene, H. Malinda, S. Nzyuko, F. Nguru, … Bowen, Christian Perspectives and Research on child Development in the African Context. (pp. 232–243). Nairobi, Kenya: Daystar University.

  5. Olumbe, R., & Kiarie-Makara, M. (2011). Effects of Mentoring and Inculcating Life Skills to University Students: A Case Study Of Daystar University, Pre-University …. In Bwire, A., Huang, Y., Masingila, J.O., & Ayot, H. International Conference on Education Proceedings (Pp. 782–796). Nairobi, Kenya: Kenyatta University & Syracuse University. Retrieved from Here

 

 

Membership to Professional Bodies

  • Evangelical Teacher Association (ETA)
  • Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD)
  • International Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (ISPCAN)
  • African Studies Women’s Caucus (ASA)