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Modelling the prevalence of violence against women using the Kenya demographic health survey 2003
This study examines the determinants of violence against women in Kenya. The data used in this study comes from the Demographic and Health Surveys, (DHS). Parsimonious Logistic regression models were estimated based on ...
Modeling Income Distribution of Households in Mwea: A Hierarchical linear Model approach
Mwea Irrigation Scheme having been formed as early as 1956, the project studies the current distribution of Gross family income in the sections of Mwea Irrigation Scheme accounting for individual's characteristics of the ...
Modelling cheque processing systems: search for efficiency
(University of Nairobi, 2011)
Cheque clearing process takes a long time thus lagging behind the country's economy. This is even worse for cheques collected from Upcountry's and remote areas as clearing takes 10 and 14 days respectively. The existing ...
Modelling non-obstetric factors of cesarean section births
Cesarean section (CS) can be a life-saving technique for both mother and infant. On the other hand it presents documented medical risks such to both mother and baby, which if anticipated can be averted or have their ...