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Needs For Education And Training In Radiation Protection: Kenya Experience
Many nations, Kenya inclusive, have insufficient number of trained personnel to deal with regulatory and technical radiation safety issues. The IAEA Basic safety standards and the 96/29 Euratom Directive put emphasis on ...
Impact of Road Transport on Air Quality in Kenya: Roadside Survey in the Cities of Mombasa and Nairobi
Vehicle emissions have profound implications in human health and welfare, ecosystems and on climate (Finlayson-Pitts and Pitts Jnr., 12000; IPCC, 2001; Cacciola et aI., 2002). These emissions include particulate matter ...
Development Of Technical Capabilities For Sustainable Radiation And Waste Safety; - Authorization, inspection and enforcement in Kenya
Promulgation of radiation protection legislation in Kenya dates back to 1982, was revised in 1985 and became operational in 1986. This law, the Radiation Protection Act, establishes the Radiation Protection Board as the ...
Developer profits undermine residents’ satisfaction in Nairobi's residential neighbourhood: implications for local government in Kenya
This paper deals with the planning, delivery and implementation of a middle class housing scheme in Nairobi, focusing on the process of private sector residential area development. The paper analyses the planning aspects ...