Keiko INOUE

Research Interest

  • Economics of Education, Gender, Sociology of Education, HIV/AIDS

Education

  • PhD., Kobe University (Sep. 2016)
  • M.A. in Economics, Kobe University (Mar. 2011)
  • B.A. in International Relations, Meiji Gakuin University (Mar. 2009)

Experiences

  • Intern at UNICEF Zimbabwe, Harare/Zimbabwe (Feb. 2015-present)
  • Intern at FHI360, Washington DC/USA (Nov. 2011-Mar. 2012)
  • Intern at UNESCO Bangkok Asia and Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, Bangkok/Thailand (May.-Oct. 2011)
  • Intern at UNESCO Bangkok Asia and Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, Bangkok/Thailand (Aug.-Oct. 2010)
  • Intern at Ministry of Education and Sports, Kampala/Uganda (Aug.-Sep. 2009)
  • Intern at FAO Japan Office, Yokohama/Japan (Aug. 2008)

Publications

  • UNESCO Bangkok (2011). Systematic Monitoring of Education for All: Training Modules for Asia Pacific. Bangkok: UNESCO Bangkok (as substantive contributor).
  • Inoue, K. (2011). Examining the Determinants on the Access to Education in the North Uganda (Master’s thesis). Kobe University, Japan.
  • Inoue, K. (2009). (Bachelor’s thesis). Meiji Gakuin University, Japan.

Academic Conference Presentation

  • Inoue, K. “Examining the Impact of Mother’s Education to the Access to Education in North Uganda”, Paper presented at the 8th Africa Educational Research Forum, Kobe University, Japan, October, 2011. (E)
  • Inoue, K. “Examining the Impact of Mother’s Education to the Access to Education in North Uganda”, Paper presented at the 7th Africa Educational Research Forum, Kobe University, Japan, April, 2011. (E)
  • Inoue, K. “The Impact of School Feeding Programme to Absenteeism: The Case of Uganda”, Paper presented at the Comparative and International Educational Society Annual Conference, Montreal, Canada, May, 2011. (E)
  • Inoue, K. “The Impact of School Feeding Programme for Quality of Primary Education in Uganda”, Paper presented at the XIV World Congress World Council of Comparative Educational Societies, Istanbul, Turkey, June, 2010. (E)
  • Inoue, K. “The Impacts of World Food Programme (WFP) School Feeding Programme and Take Home Rations for Boys in Uganda”, Paper presented at the 46th Japan Comparative Education Society’s Annual Meeting, Kobe University, Japan, June, 2010. (E)
  • Inoue, K. “The Impact of School Feeding Programme for Boy’s Education”, Paper presented at the 5th Africa Educational Research Forum, Nagoya University, Japan, April, 2010. (E)
  • Inoue, K. “The Effects of School Feeding in Uganda; “Food for Education” or “Education for Food”?”, Paper presented at the Comparative and International Educational Society Annual Conference, Chicago, USA, March, 2010. (E)
  • Inoue, K. “World Food Programme (WFP) School Feeding Programme in Uganda”, Paper presented the 4th Africa Educational Research Forum, Naruto University of Education, Japan, October, 2009. (E)

Language/ Skills

  • Japanese (Native), English (Fluent), Spanish (Basic), Shona (Basic)
  • STATA, SPSS, HP
  • Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access)
  • Teacher’s license (required to teach social studies in lower secondary school and to teach geography, history and civic in higher secondary school)

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