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How far are developing countries from the call of ecological tax reform? A review of environmental fiscal policy for Kenya
The main objective of this paper is to determine whether the ecological tax reform paradigm that hitherto is employed by a section of industrialised countries as an instrument of environmental management has potential ...
Problems of project implementation: A postmortem study of Thika Dam Project
This paper analyses the problems of project implementation programmes. Taking a case study of Thika Dam Component of the Third Nairobi Water Supply Project, the analysis reveals that delays in land acquisition among other ...
Construction statistics review for Kenya.
Construction is a strategic industry in developing economies like Kenya. In order for construction to ably perform this role, there is a need to provide information on its various economic aspects including raw materials, ...
Privatization of Urban Water Supply in Kenya: Policy Options for the Poor,
This paper considers how the government of Kenya’s plans to privatize water supplies in urban areas could ensure that the needs of those living in informal settlements and of others with inadequate water provision are ...
Strategizing the decennial census of housing for poverty reduction in Kenya.
As the world gropes for an understanding of and solutions to poverty, one of its typologies that has come to the fore is housing poverty. Housing poverty afflicts developing countries in particular, and solving it may bring ...