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Somatic embryogenesis and agrobacterium-mediated transformation of selected maize (zea mays.L) genotypes in Kenya
Maize (Zea mays L.) is one of the most important staple human food crop for over 90% of Kenya's population. However production has lagged behind due to drought, pests, diseases, Striga and low soil fertility despite much ...
Isolation of recurrent mycobacteium isolates from sputum smear negative relapse at the central reference tuberculosis laboratory in Nairobi, Kenya
Pregnant women have increased susceptibility to malaria infection. In these women, malaria parasites are frequently found sequestered in the placental intervillous spaces, a condition referred to as placental malaria (PM). ...
Secondary traumatic stress among young people orphaned by AIDS in Kenya: prevalence, severity and predictors
Recent advances in Psychological research suggests that family, friends and professionals are susceptible to developing traumatic stress symptoms from being empathetically engaged with victims of traumatic events. The ...
Evaluation of street children rehabilitation programmes in Uasin Gishu district, Kenya
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the street children rehabilitation programmes in Uasin Gishu District with the aim of providing information that can be useful to policy makers in the area of child welfare. The ...