Women's Law Masters Degree Dissertations 2004-2012

WOMEN'S  LAW  MASTERS DEGREE DISSERTATIONS  2004-2018

Listed with the most recent first, i.e. from 2014 backwards to 2004.

Shelved in chronological order, starting with 2004, alphabetically by author's name within each year.

 

2018

Angela Chikoto

Interrogating The Rights And Entitlements Of Returning Daughters To Land In Communal Areas. A Study Conducted In Seke Communal Lands In Zimbabwe.

 

Catherine Chitopota

“A Dime Before Them But Out Of Reach”. An Investigation Of Women’s Rights To Communal Land In Zimbabwe Upon Divorce And Separation. A Case Study Of Gutu Mupandawana In Zimbabwe.

 

Chido Olgah Chisango

Shona Society Is Sanctioning The Sexual Abuse Of Women And Girls Through The Practice Of Chiramu.

 

Chililo Okley Gondwe

Operationalisation Of HIV Status Disclosure, A Discretion For Health Service Providers And Plight For Women: The Case Of Malawi’s HIV And AIDS (Prevention And Management) Act No. 12 Of 2017.

 

Christabel Tapiwa Bunu

Access To Sources Of Energy For Rural Women In Zimbabwe:  Case Study Of Seke District, Ward 3.

 

Daniel Kuyokwa

An Investigation Of The Challenges Faced By Female Ex-Prisoners When Reintegrating Into Society: The Case Of Maula, Mzuzu And Mzimba Prisons In Malawi.

 

Dorothy Onyeze

An Assessment Of The Administration Measures For Tackling Domestic Violence In Selected Un Agencies In Harare, Zimbabwe.

 

Edgar Dzehonye

Putting Man First: Unfair Discrimination Against Women In Formal And Informal Marriages In City Of Harare’s Low Income Home Ownership Policy And Practice. A Case Of Budiriro High Density Suburb.

 

Geraldine Tendai Kabaya

Financial Inclusion And The Social Status Of Women: A Case Study Of Banket, Zimbabwe.

 

Hannah Supply

Operationalization Of Malawi’s Prevention Of Domestic Violence Act: A Focus On Women And The Victim Support Unit.

 

Jules S. Daudi

The Right To Privacy And Independent Living: An Interrogation Into The Capacitating Strategies For Women And Girls With Visual Impairment To Enjoy The Right, In Private And Public Spaces, In Harare.

 

Luke Tembo

“The Devil In The Detail” Envisioning An Engendered Legal And Policy Framework Governing Women Village Savings And Loan Schemes In Malawi-The Case Study Of Kapula & Takondwera Schemes.

 

Mendy Mutetwa

Evaluating The Academic Assessment And Examination Structures And Processes Employed By The University Of Zimbabwe College Of Health Sciences;  Creating Opportunities For Sexual Harassment?

 

Priscilla Masikati

Gender Responsive Budgeting As A Tool For Addressing The Social Security Gap Carried By Women Who Provide Unpaid Care Work In The Home And Family…An Evaluation Of Zimbabwe.

 

Rutendo Ruth Bwanya

An Investigation Into Equality Of Spouses In Ownership Of The Matrimonial Home During Subsistence Of Marriage: A Case Study Of Kuwadzana, Zimbabwe.

 

Samantha Chanetsa

Investigating The Provision Of Safe Houses In Relation To Domestic Violence. A Case Study Of Highfield And Juru, Zimbabwe.

 

Shingai Mabaso

“Equitable Division Of The Matrimonial Home Violates Women’s Rights In Their Matrimonial Homes Upon Divorce”. A Critical Analysis Of The Current Legal Approach In The Division Of The Matrimonial Home Registered In The Husband’s Name Upon Divorce And How It Violates Women’s Rights.

 

Sibongile Rufaro Gwanzura

An Analysis Of Laws Governing Land Under Permit And Their Impact On Women’s Land Rights In Zimbabwe.

 

Sundirai Grace Ndou

‘What Works And What Does Not’  An Investigation Into The Effectiveness Of The Multi-Sectoral Approach In The Speedy Finalisation Of Juvenile Rape Cases: A Case Study Of Z.R.P Makonde District, Zimbabwe.

 

Tsitsi Mtukwa

Ensuring The Right To Education For Pregnant And Parenting Girls: An Investigation Of The Re-Entry Policy In Kwekwe, Zimbabwe.

 

Wanjala Dorothy Neiunje

Roses And Thorns: A Critical Analysis Of Labour Practices And Their Effects On Women Labourers In Selected Flower Farms In Kenya.

 

2016

 

Chavula, Eddah Edayi.

A critical analysis of women participation in the law reform process : a case of the Law Commission in Malawi. xvi, 90 p.

 

Chavula, Godfrey.

A critical examination of sexuality education in Malawi : a case study of Blantyre district. xiii, 81 p.

 

Chidavaenzi, Memory Vimbai.

The right to adequate information dissemination on children’s health rights as regards mass drug administration in Zimbabwe : a case study of Ward 24, Highfield East constituency, Harare [Zimbabwe].  x, 57 p. 

 

Chitunhu, Tichakunda T.

A tug of war : competing over scarce resources : a woman’s battle for maintenance for the out-of-wedlock child [Zimbabwe]. xi, 65 p.

 

Danga, Elizabeth.

Protected but exposed : a critique of the right to privacy and reporting of domestic violence cases in the media [Zimbabwe]. viii,76 p.

 

Huni, Hilda Varaidzo.

Criminalization of HIV non disclosure, exposure and transmission : is it the solution to the protection of women against infections and violence in Zimbabwe. xi, 59 p.

 

Joseph, Godson Reuben Ladu.

The accessibility and quality of safe motherhood tofemale (sic!) inmates at Juba Main Prison: South Sudan. 86 p.

 

Kabunga, Charlotte Kangere.

An assessment of child juvenile detainees’ access to legal aid in Tanzania. xiii, 55 p.

 

Khesa, Mats’eliso G.

Expansion of the definition of community of property in relation to the principle of stipulato alteri : a case of widows of mine workers in Lesotho. xv, 69 p.

 

Leeu, Lebohang.

Left out in the cold : interrogating the inclusion of women employed in the informal sector in Lesotho into the formal social security system. xv, 63 p.

 

 

Letsie, Motena.

Women’s access to credit : a case study of women weaving mohair in Berea District, Lesotho. xvi, 89 p.

 

Mashozhera, Mildred.

“What can she say” : exploring the negative impact of child marriages on women’s participation in the public sphere [Zimbabwe]. xiii, 75 p.

 

Mavhembu, Patricia Shumba.

We need it now! : interrogating the concept of an open prison for female inmates with children in Zimbabwe. xv, 75 p.

 

Migani, Ruth Christian.

An investigation into which extent child marriages contribute to the problem of girls dropping out of school in Mwanza, Tanzania. 77p.

 

Moyo, Leticia Fadzai.

“Just living together” : an analysis of rights and obligations of women in cohabitation when such relationships break down : a case study of Mufakose and Marimba suburbs in Harare [Zimbabwe]. xv, 67 p.

 

Mtulya, Rehema Hamidu.

Women’s right to land : a critical analysis of the dispute resolution processes of inherited land under customary law and Islamic law : a case of Ilemela District Mwanza, Tanzania. xvi, 91 p.

 

Mubanga, Chrispin.

Can restorative justice be an alternative form of justice to retributive justice in the criminal justice system in Zambia? : a critical analysis of section 8 of the Criminal Procedure Code Chapter 88 of the laws of Zambia. xiv, 79 p.

 

Mugebe, Junior.

Exploring the causes of low conviction rates in teenage and adult rape cases [Zimbabwe]. xi, 56 p.

 

Mugo, Sheila M.

I don’t know about tomorrow : interrogating the returnee woman and her access, control, and ownership to land in rural Kenya : a case study of Chogoria in Tharaka-Nithi County. xvi, 69 p.

 

Mukosha, Clement.

Gender dimensions of accessing business loans for micro and small businesses : a case study of Chipata District in Eastern Province of Zambia. xv, 74 p.

 

Musandirire, Bridget.

Is marriage a haven or a risk for women in Zimbabwe in the era of HIV/AIDS : interrogating women’s reproductive rights in marriage. xv, 67 p.

 

Mwangi, Kennedy Kamau.

What has gender got to do with it? : engendering curricula in institutions of higher learning in Kenya : a case study of the University of Nairobi School of Law. xvii, 93 p.

 

Mwase, Debra T.

“Boom or gloom?” : an examination of the impact of mining activities on the livelihoods of female small holder farmers in Zvishavana District [Zimbabwe]. x, 63 p.

 

Ncube, Fanuel.

Gender and social security in Zimbabwe : an analysis of the efficacy of social security for women with disabilities in the informal sector. xi,66 p.

 

Njamba, Clive Kawumbu.

An analysis of rehabilitation programs for female offenders in Zambia : a case study of Kansenshi and Kamfinsa correctional centres on the Copperbelt Region. xi, 98 p.

 

Njogu, James Muriithi.

Empowering women through the Women Enterprise Fund : backward progress? [Kenya]. x, 60 p.

 

Nriva, Jack.

Beyond the rhetoric : a critical analysis of the women’s access to justice in Malawi in relation to the right to equitable distribution of matrimonial property upon the dissolution of marriage. xviii, 71 p.

 

Nyagwande, Fadzai Abigail.

The impact of urban expansion into peri-urban communal areas on rural women’s land rights : a case study of Seke Communal Area, Zimbabwe. xv, 86 p.

 

Nyakurerwa, Teckla Sekai.

An analysis of the law and the effectiveness of government and non governmental organisations’ interventions in curbing under age commercial sex work in Epworth and along the Mukuvisi River bank Harare, Zimbabwe. xiii, 56 p.

 

Odhiambo, Odundo Collins.

Locating women from ‘suspect communities’ within counter-terrorism discourse : towards a grounded feminist inquiry [Kenya]. xii, 71 p.

 

Owino, Hellen Amolo.

Rural women’s land rights : a study on the impact of gold mining on women’s livelihoods and family food security on Kongelo, Alego-Kenya. xvii, 68 p.

 

Rakaibe, Lineo.

“Right to communication” : an examination of Lesotho Universal Service Fund in according women opportunities to advance their businesses using information communication technologies (ICTs). xv, 80 p.

 

Ramaili, Lerato.

Sexual and reproductive health rights education and services for adolescent girls in Lesotho : a feminist perspective. 96 p.

 

Rugarabamu, Lilian.

Sexual violence against women : a critical analysis of the knowledge of the law relating to a rape victim’s right to compensation : the case of Lindi, Tanzania. xiii, 78 p.

 

Sebata, Teboho A.

Critical analysis of the impact of increase in water tariffs on women’s access to water in Lesotho : a case study in Maseru [Lesotho]. 84 p.

 

Syulikwa, Alex.

Perceptions of and attitudes towards rehabilitation of victims of defilement in Zambia : Katete as a case study. xvii, 62 p.

 

Thomas, Grace.

A third sex identity : assessing cultural and structural violence against intersex people in Tanzania. xi, 68 p.

 

Wagana, Annie Margaret Ihoreere.

Mediation : friend or foe to women in maintenance disputes [Uganda]. xii, 86 p.

 

 

2014

Amooti, Jane Magdalene.

Examining the feasibility and desirability for open prison system in Uganda for select women convicts: Case study of incarcerated women in the prisons of Luzira, Nakasongola and Kauga in Mukono District. 61 p.

 

Arnold ,Josephine.

Women and the right to property on divorce.: a critical analysis of the division of matrimonial property rights upon divorce :a case study of Ilala District Court in Dar es  Salaam , Tanzania.

64 p.

 

Boma , Racheal Akullo .

An analysis of the efficacy of the draft Safe Motherhood Bill (2012) and lessons for law reform in Tanzania. 67 p.

 

Chagadama , Florence.

A critical examination of the use of mediation as a tool for realization of women’s access to justice in property cases in the legal sector. [Zimbabwe]  50 p.

 

Chiba, Miriam.

An assessment of the compliance of the conditions for female suspects held in custody in police stations in Harare with the 2013 Zimbabwe constitution. 50 p.

 

Chikoma, Lumano Gabriel.

An investigation into the challenges faced by circumstantial children in Zambian prisons : a study carried out in Lusaka, Kabwe, Kitwe, and Ndola women prisons, Zambia. 72 p.

 

Chipao , Dennis.

“Any person who…” : interrogating the nature of police training and how it influences police response to victims of sexual violence. [Malawi] 99 p.

 

Chipao ,Violet .

“On the peripheral of the criminal justice system…” : reparation for victims of sexual offences : the case of Malawi.  73 p.

 

Chiware, Fungai.

Towards a holistic approach to the legal aid system in Zimbabwe : challenges indigent women face in instituting proceedings and enforcing judgments in civil matters. 54 p.

 

Chome, Theresa Chimwemwe.

Realizing women’s access to land : a  critical analysis of the Malawi Customary Land Bill. 68p.

 

Chuma , Wilbert Martin.

Challenges women face in obtaining redress through the criminal justice system in rape cases : a case study of Handeni District, Tanga-Region, Tanzania. 72 p.

 

Chiyayika , Stewart.

A critical study of women vulnerability to human trafficking in Zambia.  67 p.

 

Gutsa , Shoorai.

The feasibility and practicalities of tapping into intellectual property rights as a tool to improve women’s competitive participation in craft based businesses : an investigation of the Batsiranai Group of Women - Dzivarasekwa and the Domboshava women in basketry [Zimbabwe]. 64 p.

 

Haji Haji, Miza.

Challenges affecting women in the informal sector developing their businesses in Zanzibar : a study of women in the cosmetic industry.  75 p.

 

Hodzi, Rumbidzai Charity.

Pedophilia not “child marriage” : a critical analysis of “child marriages” in the apostolic sects in Zimbabwe. 66 p.

 

John, Alicia.

An exploration of the benefits and challenges for women in inheritance matters if men write wills nominating their wives and daughters as heirs and beneficiaries : a study in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.  62 p.

 

Kabwazi, Gertrude.

Women’s access to sustainable energy : the Malawi case. 79 p.

 

Kadivirire, Svodai.

The regulation of vaginal drying agents in Zimbabwe : a case study of Harare markets and outlets. 77 p.

 

Kisang, Sarah Jepkosgei.

Access to potable water for the Marakwet Community in Kenya and its implications for women and children. 85 p.

 

Manjengwa, Catherine Yewedzo.

An analysis of the impact of perennial water problems on time and economic affordability for women working outside the home in Chitungwiza , Zimbabwe. 53 p.

 

Masamvi, Tambudzai Mercy.

Analysis of women farm workers employment conditions : a case study of commercial farms in Mashonaland Central Province of Zimbabwe 2013-2014.

58 p.

 

Matheka, Teresia Mumbua.

Speaking the unspeakable! : interrogating the rights and legal recognition of intersex persons in Kenya. 80 p.

 

Mpapa ,Palesa.

‘Widows and daughters without hope’: interrogating the concept of ‘customary heirship’ in Lesotho. 65 p.

 

Msirikale, Rehema.

Assessing the implementation and application of safety standards for women working in the informal sector making batiks in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. 68 p.

 

Mukumbiri, Paidamoyo.

A socio-legal analysis of the harassment of women by rank marshals on the basis of their dressing in Harare, Zimbabwe.  59 p.

 

Mulife, Kenneth.

An assessment of the implementation of the Anti-Gender-Based Violence Act No. 1 of 2011 of Zambia in curbing domestic violence against women : a case study of the city of Lusaka. 63 p.

 

Munharira, Nyevero Desire.

Work or exploitation : an analysis of the plight of the girl child who is employed as a domestic worker in the Budiriro suburb of Harare.  67 p.

 

Mutavayi, Fadzai Doreen.

Interrogating the realities of valuing the unpaid work of married women.[Zimbabwe] 53 p.

 

Mwakwambirwa , Mwanamkuu Sudi.

Chetu si changu! A focus on law, Islam and women’s matrimonial property rights in Mombasa-Kenya. 74 p.

 

Mwenda, Sheila.

Maternity rights in Tanzania and the lived realities of female domestic workers’ enjoyment of maternity benefits : a case study of domestic workers working in Ilala and Temeke District in Dar es Salaam region. 79 p.

 

Njovana, Vimbainashe S.

‘A journey through maternity’ : an analysis of interventions for reducing maternal mortality in rural Zimbabwe : a case study of Murambinda Mission Hospital and surrounding clinics.  67 p.

 

Nthani, Eunice Mwisa..

An investigation into adultery as a ground for divorce under customary law in patrilineal marriages in Zambia. 70 p.

 

Nyirenda, Thokozani Agnes.

Examining the effectiveness of protection orders as provided for in the Prevention of Domestic Violence Act (No.5 of 2006) in Malawi : a case study of Blantyre District. 67 p.

 

Omari, Joel Amenya.

Women entrepreneurs’ legal position in relation to effecting communications and payments using mobile phones : a need for reform? [Kenya] 56 p.

 

Phiri , Bernard.

A critical investigation into how the corroborative evidence ‘rule’ in rape and defilement cases traumatises and violates the rights of women and girls who are victims of rape and defilement in Zambia. 81 p.

 

Revai , Fourie.

Towards curbing domestic violence : a critical analysis of the sentencing patterns of domestic violence offenders in Harare, Mbare and Chitungwiza Magistrates Courts [Zimbabwe]. 58 p.

 

Samasumo, Bruce Lutangu.

Challenges facing women in accessing credit from the Citizens Economic Empowerment Commission of Zambia : the case of cross border traders.  63 p.

 

Wanjala , Esther N.

(Re) viewing the government’s role in supporting the growth of marginalised women’s businesses : a case study of Minyore Business women at the Nakuru rubbish dump in Kenya. 70 p.

 

2012

 

Assey, Salome.

A critic [sic!] analysis of the expulsion of pregnant girls from school : a case study of Temeke District, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.  68 p.

 

Banda, Miriam.

Sex education at Chipadze and Hermain (sic!) Gmeiner secondary school(s) in Bindura : contextualizing gender, legal, human rights frameworks and social realities. [Zimbabwe].

84 p.

 

Buyogera, Farida Awadhi.

Self employed rural women and social security schemes : analysing the efficacy of the community health fund in providing health care services : a case study of Arusha District Council, Tanzania. v, 74 p.

 

Chayala, Elita Thokozani.

Pregnancy prevention and the right to control fertility by young women aged 15 to 24 years : a case of Lilongwe periurban areas, Malawi.  88 p.

 

Chimombe, Mike.

Should sexual harassment be criminalised? : a study of selected deparrtments in the public sector of Harare [Zimbabwe].  63 p.

 

Habashi, Christopher M.

Women's participation in water governance structures of different water providers : a case study of community water projects and water kiosks in Nakuru, Kenya.  xii, 62 p.

 

Kahamba, Faisal.

An analysis of the efficacy of the Tanzania legal framework in protecting women's social security rights in part time and casual work within Mtwara District : a case study of the Olam Processing Factory.  84 p.

 

Kali, Litsabako H.

Competing rights between commercial users and ordinary users in accessing natural spring water : a case study of Matukeng, Maseru, Lesotho.  84 p.

 

Kanyerere, Winnet.

Water in theory, not in practice : interrogating (sic!) the provision of water to women managing visual disability in Epworth and Mabvuku [Zimbabwe].  79 p.

 

Kishindo, Justus Asante.

An investigation of the imposition and operation of community service for women offenders in Zomba district, Malawi.  65 p.

 

Kupalelwa, Henry.

The role of community telecentres in promoting rural women farmers' access to agricultural information and markets : a critical eveluation [sic!] of Chinyunyu community multipurpose telecentre in Chongwe District, Zambia.  x,  75 p.

 

Lobe, Elmina Nfang.

Is the criminalisation of commercial sex workers a deterrent to commercial sex work? : a case of Cameroon.  xi, 67 p.

 

Mabasa, Portia.

Immunity or impunity : implications of the Zimbabwean privileges, immunities and powers of Parliament Act (Chapter 2:08) on women's effective participation in Parliament.  81 p.

 

Makunike, Rudo.

Quality of women's employment : an analysis of the vertical representation of women in emplyment in Zimbabwean parastatals.  67 p.

 

Makweche, Sandra.

Women and girls living with HIV/AIDS and their access to medical care and treatment for opportunistic infections in Harare [Zimbabwe].  xii, 64 p.

 

Matsvayi, Abigail.

The role of chiefs in women's access to justice : a case study of Chief Makoni, Chief Seke and Chief Chimoyo in Zimbabwe.  82 p.

 

Mazhandu, Ntombizodwa.

Access to maternal healthcare in the old (planned 1980s) and new (fast track 2000s) resettlement areas : a comparative study of Gwanza, Chitora, and Aberfoyler [Zimbabwe]. 82 p.

 

Mbita, Charles M.

Women's violent crime against abusive partners in Zambia : a critique of the defence of 'provocation '.  x, 57 p.

 

Moffat, Sharon.

A critical analysis of women's right of access to water and sanitation and women's work in the informal sector : a case study of Makoni shopping centre and Jambanja markets in Chitungwiza, Zimbabwe.  80 p.

 

Mubita, Gloria.

Interrogating the efficacy of the law on neglecting to provide necessities for children in Zambia : an analysis of Section 169 of the Penal Code (Amendment Act no. 15 of 2005) : a study carried out in Chipata, Zambia. xii, 71 p.

 

Mureithi, Rahab Wakuraya.

The right to peacful existence and participation in peace building initiatives : a gendered critique of the impact and sustainability of peace initiatives in Njoro distric, Kenya.  ix, 72 p.

 

Muzondo, Pracious.

Rural women's right to maternal health care before, during and after delivery : a focus on women in Romsley resettlement area of Rusape District, Manicaland, Zimbabwe.  xiv, 51 p.

 

Mwapela, Sam.

The quest for gender equality in Zambia's nursing schools & colleges of education : institutional response to pregnancies in selected colleges in Zambia.  viii, 70 p.

 

Nawaigo, Connie.

Appropriation of land for agro-fuel production and its effects on women's rural livelihoods and access to land : case study of the ethanol project in Chisumbanje [Zimbabwe].  76 p. + appendices 7 p.

 

Nyagol, Judith A.

Realising the right to reproductive health : an analysis of maternal health care challenges in Internally Displaced Persons Camps in Nakuru county, Kenya. 83 p.

 

Nyamapfene, Petronella.

Rethinking the general law of guardianship and adoption in line with the socio-economic realities of double orphans in Zimbabwe.  63 p.

 

Oundo, Mary Clausina.

A critical analysis of the judicial response to the crime of infanticide : a study carried out in Nairobi, Kenya.  viii, 70 p.

 

Owenga, Monicah Akoth.

Problematizing domestic violence within Soweto slum in Nairobi country in Kenya. 77 p.

 

Owino, Anthony.

Interrogating community and family perseptions towards ex-women prisoners after reintegration : a case study of Jinja and selected women prisons in East and Central Uganda.  57 p.

 

Pali, Puleng.

Addressing challenges of lack of access to clean water for rural women in Lesotho : a case study of Lihlabeng community.  74 p.

 

Shelly, Cecilia.

Deterrence and awareness value of sensitive reporting of rape cases in the newspapers in Tanzania.  ix, 57 p.

 

Sibanda, Maureen.

An analysis of false imprisonment on women's right to maternal health : a case study of Harare and Chitungwiza hospitals [Zimbabwe].  82 p.

 

Simasiku, Phyllis.

"Abstinence iliche!" : a critical analysis of sex health education in selected high schools in Zambia.  xiii, 62 p.

 

Tandi, Tariro.

A case for the decriminalisation of prostitution? : a critical analysis of the women in prostitution in Harare, Zimbabwe.  77 p.

 

 

Thuo, Elizabeth Wangari.

Delivery of services to pregnant women in selected hospitals in Nairobi, Kenya : a critical analysis of the legal and human rights implications.  69 p. + appendices 11 p.

 

2010

Badibanga, Mpwekela Lyna.

Educational opportunities for refugee women and girls in Zimbabwe : case study of refugee women and girls of Democratic Republic of Congo.  65 p.

 

Banda, Shadreck.

Challenges and opportunities for women entrepreneurs in small scale gemstone mining : a case study of Itezhi-Tezhi District in Zambia.  87 p.

 

Bazinzi, Noume Kamateneti.

Accessing the land rights of women : experiences of women living with HIV/AIDS in Ntungamo District, Uganda.  viii, [67]  p.

 

Chatiza, Fadzai P.

A bride's right to retain her maiden name upon marriage : law vs reality [Zimbabwe].    67 p.

 

Chawafambira, Chenai  Jaquelyne.

Gender sterotypes in infant primary textbooks and the potential effect it has on the socialisation and ecuational advancement of the girl child : an analysis of selected primary schools in Harare [Zimbabwe].  81 p.

 

Chuunga, Winstone.

Gender sensivity in training : an evaluation of the Zambia Police Training College curriculum in Lilayi, Zambia.  x, 70 p.

 

Deme, Samuel.

Access by a girl with profound visual challenges to primary education in Zimbabwe.     86 p.

 

Dube, Chifarai M.

Women entrepreneurs and information [and] communication technology : an analysis of the efficacy of the use of modern technology in conducting business transactions. [Zimbabwe]  80 p.

 

Kanthambi, Anneline M.

"More than advice" : an analysis of the implementation of counselling as an effective remedy for women complainants of domestic violence as provided for by the Prevention of Domestic Violence Act 2006 in Malawi. 92 p.

 

Kombakono, Hamisi.

Reconceptualizing Swahili traditional social security system under utu and ubinadamu values for the benefit of women : a case study of Swahili community in Dar-es-Salaam city, Tanzania. 77 p.

 

Lyempe, Greenwell.

Dual citizenship as a solution to citizenship challenges faced by women in Zambia : case study of Zambian women married to non-nationals in Lusaka and Copperbelt provinces of Zambia. xi, 58 p.

 

Magorokosho, Rebecca.

"Two years after enactment" : assessing the efficacy of Protection Orders in terms of Domestic Violence Act (Chapter 5:16) No. 14/2006 : a study conducted in Harare, Norton and Chitungwiza [Zimbabwe].  99 p.

 

Magutu, Annah.

Women and access to employment in mining industry : a case study [of] Barrick North Mara Gold Mine Ltd. [Tanzania]  viii, 73 p.

 

Makamure, Euna.

The efficacy of the family support trust post-rape counselling for girl/children aged 3 to 12 years in Harare [Zimbabwe]. 69 p.

 

Makubasa, Spetosomusa.

You can't do it alone, woman! An analysis of the laws and procedures governing the acquiring of travel documents for minor children by women. [Zimbabwe]  75 p.

 

Malunga, Anthony Jeckson.

Together in reproductive health rights : a policy and strategies analysis on men's involvement in promoting women's sexual and reproductive health rights in Malawi.     90 p.

 

Malunga, Bernadette Wangisa.

"Remember Portipher's wife" : the rule on corroboration in rape and defilement offences : a systematic violation of the rights of women and girls in Malawi.  vi, 72 p.

 

Matiea, Veronica M.

Widows and the right to remarriage in Lesotho : a right at the crossroads.  79 p.

 

Mbahwe, Alita.

An evaluation of the effectiveness and efficiency of the Victim Support Unit in the provision of services to victims of domestic violence in Zambia.  88 p.

 

Mgonela, Victoria Aidan.

Obstacles and challenges faced by disabled women in employment opportunities in the public civil service in Tanzania : a case study of Dar es Salaam.  74 p.

 

Mnyukwa, Mwanabaraka.

Claiming maintenance for out-of-wedlock children in Tanzania.  vii, 72 p.

 

Mulama-Wanjala, Judith.

The efficacy of the jurisprudence of equality training in equiping judicial officers to promote gender equality [Kenya]. 80 p.

 

Mwambwa, Lombe Annie.

Right to the back page : media coverage of women in sport by national newspapers in Zambia : an assessment of state compl;i8ance to women's right to sport.  77 p.

 

Nkanyemka, Malula Hassan.

Women's entrepreneurship development : a case study of models' assessment in facilitating women to generate social-financial capital in Mwanza City, Tanzania.  97 p.

 

Obiero, Beldine Atieno.

Sex, consent and power : a case study of sex related cultural practices among the Luo community of Kenya.  xi, 72 p.

 

Rutsate, Elizabeth Lwanda.

"All that glitters is not gold" : a critical analysis of the impact of illegal gold mining on women's right to a healthy and sustainable environment: a focus on women in Ngorima Communal Lands of Chimanimani District, Manicaland Province, Zimbabwe.  94 p.

 

Shilaho, Caroline V.

Women's bodies as tools of war and terror during the post election violence in Kenya (December 2007-2008) and the implications for justice : experiences of the internally displaced women at Nakuru/Naivasha area. 85 p.

 

Sinda, Sakina Hussein.

A comparative study on the right to maternal health care of the physically disabled women : a case study of physical [sic!] disabled women in three district [sic!] in Dar es Salaam region, Tanzania.  v, 72 p.

 

Sinyani, Gilbert.

Assessing state's performance in the provision of vocational training to women in prison : a case study of Kabwe female prison, Zambia.  x, 62 p.

 

Tima, Bernazitha.

The capacity of the law to address the consequences of domestic violence for women in Tanzania : case study of Bukoba District, Tanzania.  64 p.

 

Wasike, Rose M.N.

The efficacy of the new Kenyan labour laws of 2007 in addressing maternity leave : women's experiences in Nairobi and Naivasha districts of Kenya.  81 p.

 

2008

Angelo, Samwel

Blind women and HIV/AIDS information rights in Tanzania : a critial analysis of neglected issues, a case study of Dar es Salaam. - 69 p.

 

Aryanyijuka, Annet Winfred

The reporting of rape cases to the police : an investigation on how rape victims are handled at the reporting stage at the police station and the bureaucratic procedure of getting the medical report and its impact on the victims of rape in Uganda: Kampala as a case study. - 88 p.

 

Banda, Timothy Mambi

Silent tears : "The continued violation of widows' inheritance rights in Zambia". A study of widows experiences in Kitwe District of the Copperbelt Province. -

63 p + unpag. app.

 

Bote, Ellen

Counselling services for suvivors of domestic violence : evaluation of services provided by Musasa Project in Harare [Zimbabwe]. - 83 p.

 

Chimbaru, Fortune

The burdened witness : catering for the needs of mothers with small children required to give evidence in criminal trials in Zimbabwe. - 59 p.

 

Chombo, Esme Jynet

Who is fooling who? : women and the (non)management of menstruation in police and court cells in Malawi. - 83 p.

 

Gumbo, Nicea

Girl child trafficking from Zimbabwe to neighbouring countries : an analysis of the interventions by government and selected non/governmental organisations. - 80 p.

 

Justino, Vanda Tereza Domingos

Domestic violence in Mozambique : cultural and legal problems affecting women. A case study of Beleluane District of Matola Province of Mozambique. - 63 p. + unpag. app.

 

Kamowa, Chimwemwe Patricia

Informed thumb sucking : the challenges, problems faced by the magistrate courts in distribution of matrimonial property on the dissolution of matrilineal customary marrriages in Blantyre, Malawi. - 60 p.

 

Kanunka, Peter P.

"Right or privilege" : an investigation into the provision of post exposure prophylaxis (PEP) to survivors of sexual assault, to reduce the chances of contracting HIV/AIDS. Case study of 7 clinics and 1 hospital in Lusaka [Zambia]. - 63 p.

 

Katsande, Jigu

Management of sexual harassment against female trainee teachers : a study in teacher training colleges in Harare, Zimbabwe. - 52 p. + unpag. app.

 

Kiwanuka, Lillianne Namubiru

Getting the Domestic Relations Bill back on the legislative track : challenges, potential interventions and strategies. [Uganda]. - 109 p.

 

Konosi, Wilfred Nyaundi

The thorns behind blooming roses : the impact of the law on the working conditions of women on flower farms in Naivasha. [Kenya]. - 91 p.

 

Liwewe, Olivia Margaret Mchaju

A history of diminishing returns : the paradox of women's customary land rights in small scale irrigation scheme reforms in matrilineal societies in southern Malawi. - 82 p.

 

Mahori, Norman

'Out but not missing out' : a study of the implications and coping strategies resulting from the exclusion of the female dominated informal sector from the national social security schemes in Zimbabwe. - 70 p.

 

Makonese, Makanatsa

Zimbabwe's forest laws, policies and practices and implications for access, control and ownership of forest resources by rural women. - 72 p. + unpag. app.

 

Mapepa, Pauline

The implications of the current economic crisis on pregnant women's right to maternal health in Zimbabwe : a case study of Harare Hospital. - 83 p.

 

Mariwo, Tsitsi

What are we doing to rural women's entrepreneurship? : a case study of the non-recognition and diverted attention of women engaged in vegetable farming in Mutoko. [Zimbabwe] - 103 p.

 

Mbogoh, Annette Mudola

"Bangaiza na Mzungu" : a critical analysis of laws and policies and their effectiveness in the prevention, suppression and punishment of sex tourism involving the youth in Mombasa, Kenya. - 96 p. + unpag. app.

 

Mgomba, Fatuma Adam

Islamic marriages : early marriages and HIV/AIDS in Tabora, Tanzania. - 95 p.

 

Muhanji, Alexandriah

The gendered effects of gazzetement (sic!) of indigenous land as a game reserve : a case study of the Endorois tribe in relation to Lake Bogoria Game Reserve, Rift Valley. [Kenya]. - 79 p.

 

Mupfeka, Loveness

Participation of rural women in local governance in Murewa District : women walking political paths! [Zimbabwe]  - 69 p.

 

Murinda, Priscillah

Access to legal aid for indigent women : an analysis of the services offered by the Legal Aid Directorate in Harare. [Zimbabwe] - 73 p.

 

Musonda, Lloyd

The role of the police in dealing with victims of sexual assault with specific focus on rape cases in Lusaka town in Zambia : a critical analysis of strengths, constraints and challenges. - 68 p.

 

Mwenegoha, Hamisa Omari

Women's reproductive rights and autonomy under Islam as they intersect with human rights entitlements and customary norms and practices in Tanzania : Lushoto as case study. - 73 p.

 

Natukunda, Pheonah

Women and domestic violence in Uganda : a case study of refugee women in Kyaka II Refugee Settlement in south western Uganda. - 61 p.

 

Ntagara, Celestine E.

A lesson in practicalities : provision and delivery of health to women in the informal sector via National Social Security Fund. [Tanzania] - 54 p.

 

Nyongesa, Grace C.

Right to land, clean water, food and shelter : a case study of the gendered effects on squatters of the Constitution's failure to address these rights in Mogoto, Kenya. - 78 p.

 

Ondieki, Alice Osebe

Critical analysis of the efficacy of the Sexual Offences Act no.3 of 2006 in protecting the rights of rape victims in Kenya : a case study of the conduct of rape trials in Nairobi, Kibera and Makadara Law Courts. - 82 p. + unpag.app.

 

Rutachokozibwa, Grace Vedasto

Can we make it happen? : initiating and driving the process of drafting and passing domestic violence legislation in Tanzania. - 82 p.

 

Rutakolezibwa, Augustine

The potential for the utilisation of defences or provocation and self defence for women in Tanzania who kill their violent intimate partners : barriers and opportunities. - 72 p. + unpag.app.

 

Thabethe, Sithokozile Nyaradzo

"A case of culture gone awry" : an investigation of female initiation ceremonies and Nyau dance vigils on the rights of teenage girls to education and sexual reproductive health amonst (sic!) migrant communities in Norton. [Zimbabwe] - 70 p.

 

2006

 

Achiume, Paul C.

Domestic violence in Zambia : in bed with a killer : police responses to domestic violence. - 86 p.

 

Bankika, Margaret J.

The Woes of rural pregnant women in Tanzania : a case studies(!) of rural women in Morogoro community. - 87 p.

 

Chakwana, Christobel Deliwe

Women in decision making positions within the public sector : a study of challenges and experiences for strategic intervention and law reform in Malawi. - vi, 79 p. + appendices.

 

Chamkakala, Masauko M.E.

Coping with unwanted pregnancies : the gruesome realities of illegal backdoor abortions in Malawi. - xv, 99 p.

 

Chisaka, Nsama Nkaka

An Analysis of the efficacy of the Zambian legal framework and other administrative measures to curb trafficking in young women from and through Zambia. - 77 p. + appendices.

 

Fletcher, Ruth M.

Addressing gender-based violence in Malawi : an analysis of the factors delaying the passing of the proposed Prevention of Domestic Violence Bill. - v, 52 p. + appendices. 

 

Kabasa, Evangelista

In search of relief for the rape victim : making the criminal justice system work for her. [Zimbabwe.] - v, 68 p..

 

Kamya, Michael

Exploring programme issues in meeting the right to adult basic education services in fishing communities : the case of Kalangala district. [Uganda.] - 72, 19 p.

 

Katsande, Rosalie K.

Women's access to potable water and sanitation as a human right : a case study of Alaska and Shackleton settlements in Chinhoyi, Zimbabwe. - 76 p.

 

Kudya, Lilian Farisayi

A Critique of the operation of the law in respect of the prosecution and trials of rape cases involving girls aged eight years and below in Zimbabwe. - 66 p.

 

Kyokunzire, Betty

Is criminalization of commercial sex work in Uganda an answer? : a case study of commercial sex workers in Kampala. - xii, 92 p.

 

Makomva, Benhilda

Gender sensitivity in drafting : beyond he and she. [Zimbabwe.] - 66, 3 p.

 

Matakala, Musialela

Rural women's access to health service delivery in light of human rights and international conventions on health. [Zambia.] - 76 p.

 

Matizha, Caroline

A Stumbling block or foundation builder : as assessment of the Ministry of Women Affairs in promoting women's rights in Zimbabwe. - 62 p.

 

Maunga, Mary A.

An Analysis of the efficacy of the law of marital rape in Zimbabwe. - vii, 58 p.

 

Mazambani, Delis

Rendered homeless by order : an analysis of gender implications of Operation Restore Order. [Zimbabwe.] - 71 p.

 

Mesikano, Charlotte Wezi

The Quest for a gender sensitive budget : an analysis of the role of women parliamentarians during budget sessions in Malawi. - 85 p.

 

Mutama, Esther R.

An Analysis of masculine perspectives in HIV and AIDS laws, policies and programming for the realisation of women's health rights. [Zimbabwe.] - 67 p.

 

Mwakyambiki, Sarah E.

Children with disabilities and the right to education : experience from selected primary schools at Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. - 100 p.

 

Nyanjom, Jennifer

Chi liel : problematizing the social status of the 'Wife of the grave' in Luo customary tradition. [Kenya.] - 100 p.

 

Nyasulu, Dorothy

Investigating the gendered dynamics of women's access to voluntary testing and counselling in Malawi : a case study of Macro and Napham in Lilongwe. - 92 p.

 

Nyirenda, Abson

Domestic violence in Zambia : the prosecution of cases involving women suffering domestic violence in Ndola and Kitwe districts of Zambia. - 76 p.

 

Odeny, Millicent A.

Privatization, commercialization of water services and its implication for women's access to and control of water : a case study of Njoro Community water project. [Kenya.] - 75 p.

 

Ondieki, Evans

Culture and traditions among the Abagusii community influence the practice of genital mutilation : grounded notions and perspectives about male and female attitudes on how to maintain cultural identity without a cut. [Kenya.] - xxiii,

104 p.

 

Otieno, Anastasia

Gender and sexuality in Kenyan education system : is history repeating itself? : an exploratory study of information on sexuality within Nakuru town. - 82 p.

 

Pendame, Lucius

The Socio-economic and legal position of domestic workers in Malawi : a case study of Zomba municipality. - vi, [3], 74, xii p.

 

Rusere, Netty

Justice delayed is justice denied : the experiences of applicants for termination of pregnancy in rape situations under Termination of Pregnancy Act in Zimbabwe. - 69 p.

 

Rweyemamu, Leticia V.K.

Child custody in Tanzania : judicial implementation of the principle of the best insterest of the child in matters relating to custody : a case study of court decisions from Ilala District, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. - xiii, 66 p.

 

Siveregi, Joyce

A Critical analysis of the pursuit of the feminist agenda through the experiences of women's legal rights organisations in Zimbabwe. - 74 p.

 

Wabwire, Anselm

An Investigation into the law and legal response to acid attacks on individuals in the Kampala region of Uganda : what are the gendered social effects on the victims? - 69 p.

 


2004

Acar, Gregory

Urban refugee settlements : a case of Kampala self-settled women refugees [Uganda]. -  79 p.

 

Afonso, Irene da Oração

Access to clean water in the Southern Region of Mozambique and its implication to girls’ right to education. - 59 p.

 

Amara, George Odongo

Role of women in peace-building in Kenya : focusing on the 1992 Rift Valley land clashes. -  90 p.

 

Ashu Egbe, Hannah

An Assessment of the role of financial credit for rural women in extending their palm nut farms: The case study of South West Cameroon. - 70 p.

 

Chabala, Charles

Forest management in Zambia : a focus on women’s access to forest resources management in chief Chiwala’s area Masaiti District-Zambia. - 65 p.

 

Kaluwa, Collen N.

An Analysis of legal and socio-economic realities confronting distillers and vendors of illicit liquor (Kachasu) in Zomba, Malawi. - 74 p.

 

Kang'ethe, Njeri

Papa I want to go to school : universal free and compulsory primary education under The Children Act 2001 : some of the barriers to achieving substantive equal access for the girl child in Kenya : a case study at Aic Kajiado School. -  87 p.

 

Kanyengo, Kakulwa B.

A Study of lives of sexually active teenagers and their access to contraceptive services in Lusaka (Urban) and Sesheke ( Rural) Zambia. - 70 p.

 

Kwariko, Mwanaisha A.

The Problem of child labour in Tanzania : an explorative study of child labour in relation to fishing industry and related support activities in Iringa District of Tanzania, with specific reference to Mtera Dam. - 94 p.

 

Kyomukama, Samuel

Sexual harassment at the workplace : a case study of the Uganda Police. - 77 p.

 

Makoni, Catherine

Mandatory partner notification versus the right to confidentiality in HIV and AIDS : balancing competing rights. [Zimbabwe]. - 75 p.

 

Mapala, Martha

Traditional marriage counsellors and HIV/AIDS : a study of Alangizi National Association of Zambia in Lusaka. - 78 p.

 

Mekonnen, Hiwote

Gendered implication of access to clean water on the girl child : a case study in two rural villages in Ethiopia. -  76 p.

 

Mesu, Janita C.

‘Kunze Kwachinja’ or ‘The weather has changed’ : women in formal and informal employment and the impact that earning wages and /or being an employer has on status, gender and family relationships : a case study of a small craft business in Harare, Zimbabwe. - 139 p.

 

Mushi, Felistas J.

A Woman in the intersection : the conflict between civil and canon laws in relation to marriage and divorce in Tanzania : a case study of Arusha District. -  83 p.

 

Muyongo, Paul M.

The Endangered girl child : evaluating of the reporting procedures and environment of defilement cases in the Zambia police service. - 71 p.

 

Ncube, Sethulo

Legal assistance for indigent women : a critical analysis of services provided by Zimbabwe Women Lawyers Association in Bulawayo. - 59 p.

 

Nghifindaka, N.A.C.

The Protecting of inheritance rights of women and men : the experience of Herero in the Erongo Region. - 83 p.

 

Nyoni, Innocentia

An Analysis of  battered women who kill : is there a case for advocating for the battered women syndrome under the defence of provocation in Zimbabwe? - 76 p.

 

Odour, Jacinta A.

Following God’s constitution  : the gender dimensions in the Ogiek claim to the Mau Forest Complex in Kenya. - 70 p.

 

Pima, Janet

Domestic violence against refugee women : a case study of Kibondo refugee camps in Western Tanzania. - 70 p.

 

Rueben , Anna

Law reform strategies : a critical analysis of the ZWLA lobbying and advocacy program for marriage law reform. [Zimbabwe]. - 86 p.

 

Ruombwa, Victor

Exploring the legal and social parameters of equal and joint parental responsibility of minor children in Zimbabwe. - 66 p. 

 

Talakinu, Carina M.

The Zambian Women Parliamentarians’ Caucus : making in-roads in the legislative process. - 86 p.

 

Twea, Stella

Women as offenders : the social and legal circumstances of women who commit crimes : a case study of selected prisons in Malawi. - 87 p.  

 

Zvedi, Olivia

Addressing training challenges : the Judicial College of Zimbabwe. - 87 p.

 
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