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  • PhD in Education
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Journalism and Mass Communication
  • Masters Degree in Education
  • Bachelors Degree in Education


  1. Departmental examination coordinator July 2022
  2. School of Education representative Post Graduate Programs in Rongo University. Nov. 2019 –July 2022
  • Appointed Ag. Head of Curriculum Instruction & Media department, Rongo University. 2016 to 2019.
  1. Appointed Head of department Kigali Institute of Education from 2012- 2013 and from 2013.
  2. Postgraduate in Education Students in INES and ICK campuses in Rwanda
  1. Participated in training for e-learning to design courses on MOODLE PLATFORM in Kigali Institute of Education.
  2. Trainer of Trainees of Primary School Teachers in South Sudan from October 2010 to September 2011.
  3. Co-ordinator of the training team where I trained the teachers in Professional Studies, the use of media, instructional technology and resources. Coordinated Institute was at Upper Nile State: the Centre was Malakal National Teachers Training Institute (NTTI) South Sudan. Rumbek, Aramwer NTTI in South Sudan.
  4. Lecturer in Communication and Study Skills Unit, University of Botswana from 1st February 2006 on Staff exchange Programme organized by African Association of Universities (AAU) and German Assistance (DAAD).
  5. Lecturer at Kenyatta University from July 1992 to September 2012. Teaching Media and technology and instructional methodologies, Peer teaching, Journalism and Mass Communication, Public Relations and Communication Skills.
  1. Trained by Higher Education for Development (HED) in the following media and resources courses.
  2. A baseline survey on Violence Against the Child. UN Rights for the Child 2005 to 2006.
  3. Publicity workshops on a new English Course text for Primary schools recommended by Oxford University Press (O.U.P) various dates since 1997 in Kenya


  1. An Etiological Study of the Status of the Teaching of English Language in Secondary Schools in Kenya and India
  2. “Impact of language of instruction on students’ academic performance.” 2014 to 2016
  • Reciprocal Care for the Old Aged Persons in Kenya: a Baseline Survey. January 2007.



  1. TRANSFORMING UNIVERSITY 18th to 19th July 2022 TEACHING FOR CBC COMPLIANCE at Rongo University, Kenya.
  2. Language of Instruction and its Impact on Academic Achievement in Rwanda July 2014 to July 2016.
  • Rwanda Education Board curriculum review team for Literature in English for the REB Curriculum Review 2014.
  1. Trained Trainer of Trainers (TOT) on using Instructional Media and Resources To Federation of Kenya Employers (FKE) August 2007.


  1. Using Information Communication Technology (ICT) Innovation to train teachers in vulnerable circumstances. NI3C Innovation Centre, Nairobi. (2009-2012).


Ngala M.A., Oyiengo K.A., Ombito E.K. (2021) Learners’ views Towards the Use of Kenya Sign Language as a Medium of Instruction in Primary Schools for Learners with Hearing Impairment, Homa Bay County, Kenya. International Journal of Arts and Entrepreneurship Vol. 9 (10) Pp 41-62.

  1. Oyiengo, Atieno Karen. Contextualizing the Project Establishing Media and Resources on Reciprocal Care between the idle young persons and lonely elderly persons. ISSN 2229-712X August 2013. Elixir International Journal Current Index. Copernicus, Poland Value (ICV) is 5.09. Available online at www.elixirpublishers.com (Elixir International Journal)
  1. Atieno Oyiengo, Karen. (1996) Report on The Status of Child-To-Child Approach in the promotion of Health in Kenya. Kenyatta University, Nairobi, KE http;//hdl.net10625. IDRC Research Results/ Résultats de recherches du CRDI Appears in Social Sciences Division / Division des sciences socials. Manuscript Number ELIXIR 2013042072

Current Index Copernicus, Poland Value (ICV) is 5.09. Available online at www.elixirpublishers.com (Elixir International Journal.