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Digital divide; the glaring reality
The power to access information and technology is important in daily global operations in different aspects of the society, be it economical, political or social. Each and every country has different levels of information ...
Review of maize marketing in Kenya: implementation and impact of liberalisation, 1989-1999.
Maize is the key food crop in Kenya, with estimated production (1998) of 3 million tons of which about 40% are marketed. The Government strictly controlled all aspects of maize marketing until 1986 when gradual liberalisation ...
Risk mapping of East Coast fever in coastal and highland regions of Kenya based on predicted mortality and morbidity incidences
This paper proposes risk mapping as a tool for interpolating epidemiological data from intensively surveyed local sites to make conclusions over a larger area. Two ECF risk models were built using morbidity and mortality ...
Seeking the past in the present: archaeological implications of ethnographic pottery studies in Kenya"
Contemporary pottery making in Kenya is localized rather than widespread, and the author considers eight diverse ceramic-producing communities. Variations in raw materials and fabrication techniques are documented, and ...
Towards TRIPS Compliance: Kenya's Legislative Reforms
(Earthscan Publications, 2003)
Risk factors for sero-prevalence of tick-borne diseases of calves in Maasai pastoral herds in Kajiado District, Kenya
Risk factors for sero-prevalence of Theileria parva, Theileria mutans, Anaplasma marginale and Babesia bigemina were investigated in 729 calves from Maasai herds in Kajiado District, Kenya. Study herds were selected using ...
Temporal variability of crust strength and thickness as influenced by tillage methods and soil management practices in semi arid areas of Kenya, p. 59-76
Studies were conducted in a semi arid area of Kenya to determine the effects of tillage methods and soil management practices on crust strength and thickness during the 1998/1999 cropping seasons. Conventional and minimum ...
Crop response to soil water content under fertilized and non-fertilized conditions
Observations on crop response to soil water content were made over a 2-year period from 1991 to 1992 on 3m by 10m plots at Kabete, Kel1ya. The total anmial rainfall was 948 and 1125mm in 1991 aind 1992 respectively with ...
Application of Chow test to improve analysis of farmer participation in markets in Kenya
High population growth rates and emergence of urban settlements provide opportunities as well as challenges to economic development in many countries. While the supply of labour and markets are potential positive outcomes ...