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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 ...
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, ...
Unrecorded Cross-Border Trade Between Kenya and Uganda Implications for Food Security
Regional trade initiatives in Eastern and Southern Africa have in the past encountered various kinds of difficulties but the countries have not been deterred from exploring new ways of fostering economic development through ...
Institutional and policy issues relevant to pastoral development in Kenya
Pastoral life is dependent upon and bound to livestock. Pastoralists operate in a fragile and precarious environment characterised, by long dry spells, interspersed with low and erratic rainfall. These factors, together ...
Representational politics in Kenya
There is nothing particularly novel or earthshaking about the above four quotesthe first three ‘borrowed’ from a 1992 study2. What is significant about them is that despite more than three decades that separate the first ...
Multidimensional Poverty Comparisons in Kenya: Analysis of Maternal and Child Well - being
This paper utilizes Demographic and Health Survey data to generate multidimensional poverty profiles for women and children in Kenya during the period 1993 to 2003.We measure wellbeing in two dimensions: assets and health ...