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Deploying trained personnel for improved job satisfication - A case study of the Kanya civil service
(University of Nairobi, 1983)
Regional fertility levels and rural-urban fertility differentials in the Sudan
(University of Nairobi, 1981-08)
The objective of the present study is two fold: The first aim is to estimate, on the basis of data available and its nature, the most plausible fertility levels for the Sudan as a whole, its regions and rural-urban ...
Knowledge, availability and use of contraceptives in Kenya
(University of Nairobi, 1986-10)
This thesis examines the effects of socio-economic, demographic and social setting factors on availability, accessibility and use of contraceptives by currently married fecund non-pregnant women aged 15-49 years in ...
Modal choice in cargo haulage for the Mombasa-Nairobi route
(University of Nairobi, 1989-09)
This paper presents findings of a study on the determinal of choice in cargo haulage between road freighters and the railways. The study covers route between Mombasa and Nairobi incoming dry cargo cleared from Kilindini ...
The estimation of nuptiality using census data for Kenya
This study set to estimate Nuptiality for Kenya using census data. The discussion is conducted at the levels, first at macro (national) level to examine the appropriateness of applying four alternative methods of refining ...
Aggression and achievement in nursery schools
The main purpose of the research was to study the aggression and the academic achievement of the nursery school children in different nursery schools in Nairobi. The study also examined the effects of sex, age and ...
An economic analysis of the Kenyan sisal industry
Kenya is an important producer of sisal fibre in the world market. The sisal crop not only provides cash income to producers but is also an important source of foreign exchange resulting from exported fibre and fibre ...
The relationship between socio-economic conditions and fertility behaviour among selected Asian groups in Nairobi
(University of Nairobi, 1980-10)
The main hypothesis in this study was that people t s socio-economic conditions will influence their decisions about family size and family planning Most of the studies on fertility tend to either focus on macro-level ...
An Enquiry Into The Methods Of Teaching History In Lower Secondary Schools In Kenya
(University of Nairobi., 1984-05)
The aim of this.study was to investigate into the methods of teaching History in lower secondary schools in Kenya. The problem of finding a suitable teaching method that would enable children to meet the educational objectives ...
Validation Of The Intelligence And Developmental Tests For East Africa (IDEA) Using Kenyan Population
(University of Nairobi., 1983)