Recent Submissions

  • Outdoor recreation in urban forests 

    Hayker, Sylvester; Mwisukha, A.; Kayi, Calvine (LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, 2011)
  • Winds of change: going back to the basics 

    Bukhala, P.W. (Kenya Association for Health, Physical Education, recreation, Sport and Dance, 1998)
    The recent formation of a committee to develop policies on Sports for All in Kenya indicate the new thinking in the area of sports. Our Universities' sports programmes for a long time have depended on voluntary participation ...
  • The delegation of responsibility and empowerment of student sport leaders in kenyan universities the case of sport captains 

    Mwisukha, Andanje; Kiganjo, George (Kenya Association for Health, Physical Education, recreation, Sport and Dance, 1998)
    Delegation of responsibility and power within the realm of sport management has long been recognised as one of the most effective ways of ensuring efficient delivery of sport services. Arising from colonial legacy, the ...
  • Recreation as the basis of competitive sports in Kenyan universities 

    Kiganjo, G. M.; Wasonga, T. A. (Kenya Association for Health, Physical Education, recreation, Sport and Dance, 1998)
    This paper emphasizes the vital role played by recreation as a foundation of enhancing mass participation and competitive engagement in sports in Kenyan universities. The tendency of Kenyan universities has been to put ...
  • Management of sports in Kenyan public universities: a recreational perspective 

    Akpata, D. O. (Kenya Association for Health, Physical Education, recreation, Sport and Dance, 1998)
    Recreational Sports in a university setting refer to intramural, extramural and sport club programmes. As oPl?osed to highly organised sports programmes like interscholastic and intercollegiate, recreational sports are ...
  • Financing sports in Kenya’s national universities an overview of practicable policy options 

    Shehu, J. (1998)
    A consistent criticism of campus sports programmes in sub-Sahara Africa is that they tend to depend too much on university budget allocations, rather than put more emphasis on innovative fund raising and enterprising ...
  • Sports: on the Right Track 

    Rintaugu, E.G.; Mwisukha, A.; Munayi, Simon (Institute of Economic Affairs, 2011)
    This paper is written on the premise that Kenyan youth participation in sports and recreation is not well documented. The paper therefore tracks sports in Kenya from pre-colonial, colonial and post colonial periods with ...
  • Sports: On the right track 

    Rintaugu, E.G.; Mwisukha, A.; Munayi, S. (Institute of Economic Affairs, 2011)
    This paper is written on the premise that Kenyan youth participation in sports and recreation is not well documented. The paper therefore tracks sports in Kenya from pre-colonial, colonial and post colonial periods with a ...
  • Shaping the future of Physical Education in Kenya: A reflection on Priorities. 

    Mwisukha, A.; Rintaugu, E.G.; Kamenju, J.W.; Wanderi, P. M. (Sagamore Publishers., 2014)
    The development of physical education (PE) and sports in Kenya can be traced from the historical phases of precolonial, colonial, and postcolonial rule. The indigenous sports and games of the precolonial period were ...
  • Outdoor recreation in urban forests 

    Hayker, Sylvester; Mwisukha, A.; Kayi, Calvine (LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, 2011)
  • Winds of change: going back to the basics 

    Bukhala, P.W. (Kenya Association for Health, Physical Education, recreation, Sport and Dance, 1998)
    The recent formation of a committee to develop policies on Sports for All in Kenya indicate the new thinking in the area of sports. Our Universities' sports programmes for a long time have depended on voluntary participation ...
  • The delegation of responsibility and empowerment of student sport leaders in kenyan universities the case of sport captains 

    Mwisukha, Andanje; Kiganjo, George (Kenya Association for Health, Physical Education, recreation, Sport and Dance, 1998)
    Delegation of responsibility and power within the realm of sport management has long been recognised as one of the most effective ways of ensuring efficient delivery of sport services. Arising from colonial legacy, the ...
  • Recreation as the basis of competitive sports in Kenyan universities 

    Kiganjo, G. M.; Wasonga, T. A. (Kenya Association for Health, Physical Education, recreation, Sport and Dance, 1998)
    This paper emphasizes the vital role played by recreation as a foundation of enhancing mass participation and competitive engagement in sports in Kenyan universities. The tendency of Kenyan universities has been to put ...
  • Management of sports in Kenyan public universities: a recreational perspective 

    Akpata, D. O. (Kenya Association for Health, Physical Education, recreation, Sport and Dance, 1998)
    Recreational Sports in a university setting refer to intramural, extramural and sport club programmes. As oPl?osed to highly organised sports programmes like interscholastic and intercollegiate, recreational sports are ...
  • Financing sports in Kenya’s national universities an overview of practicable policy options 

    Shehu, J. (1998)
    A consistent criticism of campus sports programmes in sub-Sahara Africa is that they tend to depend too much on university budget allocations, rather than put more emphasis on innovative fund raising and enterprising ...
  • Sports: on the Right Track 

    Rintaugu, E.G.; Mwisukha, A.; Munayi, Simon (Institute of Economic Affairs, 2011)
    This paper is written on the premise that Kenyan youth participation in sports and recreation is not well documented. The paper therefore tracks sports in Kenya from pre-colonial, colonial and post colonial periods with ...
  • Sports: On the right track 

    Rintaugu, E.G.; Mwisukha, A.; Munayi, S. (Institute of Economic Affairs, 2011)
    This paper is written on the premise that Kenyan youth participation in sports and recreation is not well documented. The paper therefore tracks sports in Kenya from pre-colonial, colonial and post colonial periods with a ...
  • Shaping the future of Physical Education in Kenya: A reflection on Priorities. 

    Mwisukha, A.; Rintaugu, E.G.; Kamenju, J.W.; Wanderi, P. M. (Sagamore Publishers., 2014)
    The development of physical education (PE) and sports in Kenya can be traced from the historical phases of precolonial, colonial, and postcolonial rule. The indigenous sports and games of the precolonial period were ...