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Influence of household environment on child morbidity and mortality in slums: a case study of Mathare and Soweto, Nairobi
Child mortality and morbidity disparities continue to be observed in this era of improved expansion of the provision of health care services. Some areas have low rates while others have high. The observed patterns are ...
Role of school based clubs in addressing environmental threats in the Nile Basin, case of Jinja District, Uganda
This study sought to examine the different ways in which secondary school based clubs in Jinja District, Uganda addressed Nile basin environmental threats. The ultimate goal of the study was to enhance secondary school ...
Developing responsible environmental behaviour through formal school curriculum: the case of Kajiado, Kiambu and Nairobi Districts of Kenya
The acquisition of responsible environmental behaviour through the school curriculum has more often been inferred than researched. Literature search on the subject indicates that more studies have focused on the status of ...
The performance of selected tree species in the rehabilitation of a limestone quarry at East African Portland Cement Company land Athi River, Kenya
Quarrying for limestone is an economic necessity that is not only hazardous to human but also one that invariably has deleterious effect on the environment. Information on the performance of trees species is important as ...
Biophysical evaluation of sand encroachment and nebkha-dune stabilisation in North Horr, Marsabit district, Kenya
Nebkha dunes, formed by the trapping of sand around the body of a plant, provide habitats for small fauna and are thus, important in the conservation of biodiversity in desert ecosystems. Many authors have reported results ...