Now showing items 1-6 of 6
Energy Based Involuntary Resettlement, Land Acquisition and Strategies for Livelihood Sustainability (Study of Bilateral Integration of Energy Transmission by Eastern Electricity Highway)
(University of Nairobi, 2018)
Kenyan land laws provide for compulsory acquisition and compensation but without a uniform National Resettlement Policy Framework to guide involuntary resettlement. This implies that in order to implement resettlement ...
Japanese aid to Kenya: in pursuit of national and collective interests 1966-1989
This thesis attempts to identify the major underlying factors that make Kenya the largest recepient of Japanese economic assistance in Sub Saharan Africa
Adoption of Europay, Mastercard and visa technology and card fraud in the Kenswitch network environment
(University of Nairobi, 2015-11)
The purpose of this study was to determine the adoption of EMV technology and card fraud in the Kenswitch network environment. The study was guided by the following research objectives, to determine the extent of adoption ...
Natural resource accounting in Kenya:A case study of forestry sector
The use of natural resource in Kenya while undoubtedly enhances our economic growth, has not left the state of our natural resource and the environment at large, unaltered because of an increasing pressure on natural ...
Access to civil justice in Kenya: an appraisal of the policy and legal framework.
A diverse range of international human rights instruments prescribe minimum standards and essential elements of equal access to civil justice. Those ratified by Kenya form part of the municipal law by virtue of ...
Determinants of fertility, levels in urban areas:A comparative case study of Mathare and Nairobi south
Population growth, has become a current issue in Kenya because it deters overall development planning. The problem manifests itself in a deficit in the provision for basic needs and low standards of living. A lot of ...