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    • Aims and objectives of secondary school, physical education in Kenya 

      Wamukoya, E. K. (Kenyatta University, 1997)
      A number of books in physical education contain various aims and objectives for physical education is schools. In order to establish the aims and objectives considered important in Kenyan secondary schools, a literature ...
    • A comparative analysis of the physical education curricula in secondary schools in East Africa 

      Wamukoya, E. K.; Kadoodooba, M. A. B. (2001)
      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 ...
    • Interfaith sports for world peace 

      Kweyu, W.I.; Wamukoya, E. K. (Kenyatta University, 2004)
      In the world of increasing fanaticism in both religion and sports followers of various. religions and members of various sects within a particular religion dismiss each other and collectively in most sportsmen and ...
    • Physical activity and mortality among aged person 

      Wamukoya, E. K.; Mwisukha, A.; Thwagi, M. J. (Kenyatta University, 2004)
      Aging is unavoidable for every human being. It is a process that brings about physiological, physical and mental decline, which in turn leads to health and related life-threatening problems for lite aged people. The ...
    • Prevention and control of aids through sports 

      Wamukoya, E. K.; Mwisukha, A.; Onywera, V.O. (2001)
      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 ...
    • Sports as a Tool for International Peace and Understanding: Its Relevance to the East African Cooperation 

      Wamukoya, E. K. (Kenyatta University, 2004)
      Baron Pierre de Coubertin in the Olympic Letter (Xl) underscored the fact that the youth have a greater responsibility for ensuring social peace among their people than the broad majority. University students constitute ...
    • Status of gender equity in competitive sports in Uganda 

      Kateshumbwa, E. A.; Wamukoya, E. K.; Wanderi, P. M.; Mwisukha, A. (Department of sport science Kyambogo University, 2013)
      The purpose of this study was to find out whether there was gender equity in competitive sports in Uganda. A cross sectional survey was conducted whereby a total of 350 respondents from 10 sports federations in Uganda ...
    • A survey of Kenyan physical education teachers' understanding of heat illness and management of heat stress in athletes 

      Shehu, J.; Wamukoya, E. K. (Kenyatta University, 1997)
      In a steadily developing sporting nation like, Kenya, with inexorable increasing crop of long distance runners and participants in various sports, the issues of traumatology and epidemiology sports of injury oughr to ...