Research

At Ujamaa-Africa/NMNK we believe that all projects should include a monitoring and evaluation component to ensure that project’s effectiveness in the community it serves. We practice rigorous scientific methodology, undergo thorough peer review and publish our findings in well known international journals. Click on the links below to view our current projects and previously published findings.

Kenya IMpower Program Cuts Pregnancy Related School Dropout In Half

Published In The Journal Of Health, Education And Behavior; This Study Demonstrated That The Ujamaa Program Impacts More Then Just The Incidence Of Sexual Assault. Our Girls Empowerment Defense Program Also Cuts Pregnancy Related School Dropout IN HALF.

Malawi RCT Shows Reduction In Sexual Assault

In 2016 Ujamaa Pamodzi, Ujamaa Kenya's Malawian Counterpart, Completed A Large RCT In Partnership With Johns Hopkins University Involving Over 10,000 Girls From 3 High Risk Malawian Districts, Lilongwe, Dedza And Salima. As A Resounding"Proof Of Concept" Our Intervention There Reduced Sexual Assault Amongst Upper Primary And High School Students By Over 40% In The Intervention Group With No Significant Change In The Control.