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Household Consumption of Medicinal Plants. A Case Study of Kakamega Forest in Kenya
(Kenyatta University, 2016-08)
Herbal medicine, commonly referred to as alternative medicine, has been treated with a lot of skepticism among the conventional medicine practitioners. It has been described as inferior to conventional medicine with no ...
Analysis of Fertility and its effects on Health among Mothers and Children in Tanzania.
ABSTRACT Health is an important socioeconomic component as it promotes the national welfare and fosters economic prosperity. Tanzania has made significant strides with regards to investments in its health sector by ...
Out-of-pocket expenditures, equity in maternal health care utilisation and health outcomes in Nigeria
(Kenyatta University, 2016-11)
Health is a highly valued asset and a prerequisite for productive activities. This is because poor health limits the production capacities of the affected person and their ability to enjoy the good things of life. To ...