Kabira, Wanjiku Mukabi
KABIRA, Wanjiku Mukabi
KABIRA, Wanjiku Mukabi. Kenyan. Genres: Essays. Career: Editor and writer. Publications: The Oral Artist, 1983; (with K. Mutahi) Gikuyu Oral Literature, 1988; (with A.N. Ngoru) Gender Sensitivity in Bamako Initiative in Kisumu District: An Evaluation Report, 1992; (comp., with M. Masinjila), Gender and Development: The FEMNET Model for Gender Responsive Planning, Programming, Advocacy, and Sensitization, 1993; (with M. Gachago) Gender and Development: A FEMNET Manual for Trainers, 1993; (with E.A. Nzioki) Celebrating Women's Resistance: A Case Study of Women's Groups Movement in Kenya, 1993; (comp., with M. Masinjila and W. Njau) Needs Assessment Rusinga Island, 1993; Agikuyu (juvenile nonfiction), 1995; (with M. Masinjila) ABC of Gender Analysis: A Framework of Analysis for the Education Sector, 1995. EDITOR: (with A. Luvai and B. Muluka) Tender Memories, 1989; (with M. Karega and E. Nzioki) Our Secret Lives: An Anthology of Poems and Short Stories, 1991; (with A. Nzioki) They've Destroyed the Temple (stories and poems), 1992; (with J. Adhiambo-Oduol and M. Nzomo) Democratic Change in Africa: Women's Perspective, 1993; (with M. Masinjila and W. Mbugua) Delusions: Essays on Social Construction of Gender, 1994; (with W. Muthoni) The Road to Empowerment, 1994; (with W. Mbugua) With a Song in Our Hearts: A Collection of Poems on Women and Girls, 1996. Address: c/o Forum for African Women Educationalists, PO Box 30426, Nairobi, Kenya.