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dc.contributor.authorVusha, Janice L
dc.description.abstractThe aim of this dissertation is toexamine the impact of Border Management And The Implications OnRégional Security in the Horn Of Africa Region: A Case Study Of Kenya, Somalia Border. Border security is very important hence managing it becomes a major component of State security. To evaluate this, the dissertationwas guided by the followingkey objectives: To examine the impact of border security management on regional security in the Horn of Africa, to evaluate the existing strategies used in border security management in the Kenya-Somalia border and to assess the challenges hindering effective border security management in the Kenya-Somalia border. The study employed a mixed method of both Quantitative and Qualitative Research Methodology using the descriptive survey design. Purposive sampling wasrelied upon to arrive at the respondents for the study. Qualitative data was analyzed by use of thematic analysis and the results was presented in a narrative form. . The findings were that there are various problems facing the various cross border movements of terrorists, the management of small arms and weapons activities, the control of immigrants within the region, the management of human trafficking and criminal syndicates, and finally cross border cooperation.. From the analysis, border patrols, automation, screening at entry and exit, intelligence gathering and sharing, and regional integration are the main strategies that currently exist.The study recommends that Infrastructure must also be improved, particularly the integration of modern technologies into border management systems. Adequate infrastructure will aid in increasing the effectiveness of border management strategies in boosting national securityen_US
dc.publisherUniversity of Nairobien_US
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dc.subjectSecurity in the Horn of Africa Regionen_US
dc.titleBorder Management and the Implications on Régional Security in the Horn of Africa Region: a Case Study of Kenya, Somalia Borderen_US

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