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Epidemic Potential for Malaria in Epidemiological Zones in Kenya
(University of Nairobi, 2012)
Malaria is a vector-borne disease which annually results in over one million deaths and five hundred million clinical episodes, most of which occur in sub-Sahara Africa. Since the disease is influenced by climate factors, ...
Using Markov Chains to Estimate the Cost Effect of Free Primary Education in Kenya
In the year 2003 the Kenyan government changed its education policy from cost sharing to free and compulsory primary education. As a result there was an influx of pupils into public primary schools. This policy therefore ...
Leveraging ICT in the development of a clinical cancer registry – lessons learnt from the Kenya Oncological Research Database
The International Agency for Research on Cancer estimates that worldwide, by 2020 there will be 15 million new cases of cancer a year, 70% of which will occur in developing countries1. It is feared that most cases of ...