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Improved food production by use of soil fertility amendment strategies in the central highlands of Kenya
(Academy Science Publishers, 2003)
Declining soil and crop productivity is a major problem facing smallholder farmers in eastern and central highlands of Kenya. This is caused by continuous cropping without addition of adequate external soil fertility inputs. ...
Evaluation of Nitrogen Fixation using 15N Dilution Methods and Economy of a Maize-tepary Bean Intercrop Farming System in Semi-arid SE-Kenya
(Springer Netherlands, 2007)
Tepary bean has become popular among poor small-scale farmers in semi-arid Kenya, where it is intercropped with maize. This study aimed at i) evaluating the N-economy of maize/tepary bean intercrop versus sole crop using ...
An all-round primary education in Kenya: Theory and practice
(Weaver Pr, 2003)
Shaping the future of Physical Education in Kenya: A reflection on Priorities.
(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 ...
Death, Grief and Culture in Kenya: Experiential Strengths-Based Research
(Springer International Publishing, 2015)
The purpose of this chapter is to examine how families deal with bereavement in Kenya. Our discussion is based on the constructivist assumption that bereaved individuals and families construct the meaning of the death of ...
Using patterns of distribution and diversity of Kenyan birds to select and prioritize areas for conservation.
Patterns and environmental correlates of species distributions and richness are identi®ed for Kenyan birds at a quarter degree-square scale. This information is used together with iterative complementarity analyses, which ...
Role of Traditional Ethnobotanical Knowledge and Indigenous Institutions in Sustainable Land Management in Western Highlands of Kenya
The objective of this chapter is to elucidate the relevance of indigenous knowledge and institutions in natural resource management using western highlands of Kenya as a case study. The research design was a mixed method, ...