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Institute for Family Studies and Ethics

The Strathmore University Institute for Family Studies and Ethics (IFS) aims at promoting stable families in Kenya.  We provide leadership and collaboration in interdisciplinary research, family-related education, law and policy input, advocacy and social outreach initiatives.  IFS also partners and networks with local, regional, and international organizations

Executive Education and Training's

Research

Policy Input

Past Projects

Our People


Interns


Annan Ndeti

Social Outreach

Hobbies-
● Motivational speaking
● Writing
● Photography
● Basketball
● Singing

My interests include peaceful co-existence in families, the wellbeing of children and the place of technological advancements in the family.

Aspiring experts in peace and conflict resolution are ready to ensure we all live in a peaceful and just world.

Calvin Mulindwa

Education Promotion, Communication and Partnerships

Hobbies: Baking and reading.

I aspire to be an ethical lawyer and eventually have my own practice.

Interests: My interests include society and the family, children matters and how the law interrelates with personal lives and choices.

Sussie Mutahi

Research Collaborator (Currently a Legal Researcher at the Judiciary)

Hobbies: Trivia & Travelling

Interests (with reference to family studies)- My interests include: The contribution of the youth in addressing family challenges; Addressing the drug problem among Kenya’s youth; Explaining the soaring rates of graduate unemployment in Kenya.

Future aspirations & career goals: Mainstreaming research-backed policies within Kenya’s labour market.

Mbaire Mbui

Education Promotion

Hobbies- Biblical research, cooking, hiking, and quality time with family.

My interests include, the role that women in the family play in society, The role of children and elders in the family, and the long-term significance of primary socialization within the family in the lives of individuals and society as a whole.

Future Aspirations and career goals- To give my best in everything that I do

Elizabeth Radina

Education Promotion & Communications and Partnerships Department

Hobbies: Reading, art, travelling, hiking, learning and mentoring

I am passionate about community and children development. Children are the future therefore they need to be protected and cared for future generations to thrive. I am also interested in the family and the role of marriage in today’s society. Today the family is facing various threats which hinder the development of relationships within the family and the relationships in society.

Christine Njane

Graduate Intern in Communications and Partnerships


Resources

Say You Are One Of Them: An Ex-Mas Feast

The Handmaid's Tale

I am Malala: The Story of the Girl Who Stood Up for Education and was Shot by the Taliban

The Joys of Motherhood

The Fifth Vital Sign

Life: Quality versus Sanctity

The Value of a Life

Family and Belonging

Hard Labour: The Sociology Of Parenthood

Dance with My Father

Not Without My Daughter

Testimonials

Contact us

Phone: +254 (0) 703 034162

Email: ifs@strathmore.edu