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Gender Aspects in HIV/AIDS Infection and Prevention in Kenya
According to National Aids Control Council, the national prevalence rate stood at 14 per cent in the year 2000, being higher or lower in some areas than others. This fell from 13.1 per cent in 2001 to 10.2 per cent in 2003 ...
The Embu People
Street Children In Kenya
Street Children in Kenya provides an in-depth examination of the experiences of street children in Nairobi, Kenya. Drawing from participant observations, individual and focus group interviews, the authors, Kilbride, Suda, ...
Small scale enterprise in Nairobi: the socio-cultural factors influencing investment patterns among informal sector women entrepreneurs
(University of Nairobi, 1998-12)
Introduction Many developing countries experienced remarkable economic growth before the 1970's. In the 1970's, however, it became increasingly clear that economic growth based on support to the formal sector per se was ...
The role of the Higher Education Loans Board in pro-poor management approaches to enhancing access to university education in Kenya
The Government of Kenya (GoK) has, since independence, endeavored to provide quality and relevant education to its nationals. Increasing population; adverse economic performance; increasing cost of education;and introduction ...
Pastoral Production Systems In East Africa: AnExamination Of The Social And Economic Aspects Of Livestock Management
(University of Nairobi, 1981)
The Street Children Of Kenya: Consequences Of Modernization And Changing Family Structures
(University of Nairobi, 1993)
Access and Participation in Secondary School Education
On attainment of political independence in 1963, the Government of Kenya (GoK), households and the private sector collectively endeavoured to enhance the development of education in the country. The rapid development of ...