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Reasons for Low Enrolments in Early Childhood Education in Kenya: the Parental Perspective
(International Journal of Education and Research, 2013-05)
There is a continuous documented trend of low enrolments of children in the Early Childhood Education Centers in Kenya and these low enrolments continue to increase with the years. This study establishes the reasons ...
The provision of formal western education among the Kenyan pastoral communities; 1900-1990
(Eastern Africa Journal of Historical and Social Sciences Research, 2000)
Gender based violence in educational institutions and its impacts on girls’ education: a comparative study of selected countries
(Emerging Academy Resources, 2013)
Gender based violence is a serious violation of human rights and a complex problem all over the world. It is not specific to a particular country or region and women and men of all regions, religion or ethnicity can ...
Underweight Children and their Enrolment in Pre -School Education in Kenya
(International Journal of Advanced Research in Management and Social Sciences, 2012-08)
This study sought to determine the nutrition status of children in terms of underweight and its relationship to children’s enrolment in pre - school education. Probability sampling was used to get the sample size. The ...
The Educational Role of Kenya Teachers Colleges Sports (KTCSA)
Teacher training plays a major role in the overall development of Education in Kenya. This is because a teacher is a key facilitator of learning at all levels of education. One major objective of education is to produce ...
Implications of schooling on social participation of young persons who are deaf in nyeri county, Kenya
(Nairobi Academic Press, 2013-07)
While social participation is a fundamental human right, persons who are deaf face barriers in achieving meaningful social integration. This study sought to deterrnine the contribution of schooling as an enabler to social ...
Poor , disabled and unemployed: linking education to labour market outcomes for persons with physical disabilities in Nyeri, Kenya
(Nairobi Academic Press, 2013-07)
A widely-held belief is that education affects people's economic status by facilitating access to the labour market and raising their earnings. This paper explores the linkage between education and its labour market ...
Rethinking the place of African indigenous languages in African education
Using Kenya as a case study, the paper demonstrates how indigenous African languages have suffered delegitimization and devaluation in education both in colonial and post-colonial Africa. Ethnographic data from Kenya are ...
Health Insurance Education Strategies for Increasing the Insured among Older Population – A Quasi Experimental Study in Rural Kenya
INTRODUCTION: The older population in most developing countries are uninsured and lack access to health services. This study assessed the extent to which a multi-strategy health insurance education intervention would ...
Client focused extension approach for disseminating soil fertility management in central Kenya
(ESci Journals Publishing, 2014)
Land degradation and soil nutrient depletion have become serious threats to agricultural productivity in sub- Saharan Africa. To improve agriculture production, research has led to recommendation of a range of integrated ...