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Exchange programmes in higher education: the African experience.
(Kenyatta University, 2001)
Prevention and control of aids through sports
Acquired Immune Deficiency syndrome (AIDS) is a disease caused by the Human Immuno-deficiency Virus (HIV). It is the most devastating infectious diseases in modem times. Statistics from the World Health Organization and ...
Sport, health and fitness in east Africa
Most developing countries are currently heavy laden with social, economic and political problems. Governments of these countries rely to a large extent on its people to industrialize. However, to get maximum returns, ...
University first year gymnastics class
Gymnastics, just like other regular exercises has a number of important effects on the mental, social and physical conditions of the individual. Gymnastics has been noted on its improvement of flexibility and upper body ...
Physical activity level of students with disabilities in public and private universities in Kenya - a survey
In this study, a survey of students with disabilities in all the six public and five private Universities in Kenya was carried out. All those registered with the office of the Deans of Students as having a physical or ...
Teacher training at certificate, diploma and university level in Kenya
Teacher training serves as a basis for dissemination of knowledge and skills. Kenya has relatively long history in training Physical Education teachers. The subject being compulsory at most levels of education has ...
The impact of east African regional cooperation on sport and physical education
The re-unification of the East African countries, namely Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania comes at a most opportune time when countries in Europe, Asia and Latin America are forming regional blocks to promote cultural, political ...
The role of sport as a means of resolving conflict in institutions of higher learning
Conflicts in Institutions of Higher Learning have been a disturbing phenomenon for many years. Colleges and Universities in many countries of the World have been experiencing a lot of problems associated with student ...
A comparative analysis of the physical education curricula in secondary schools in East Africa
Physical Education Curriculum in East Africa has been and continues to be influenced greatly by the colonial infusion. The vestiges of the colonial empire building and maintenance have remained even after independence. As ...