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Strategies for Promoting Sports in Kenya
Sport is a human activity that contributes immensely to the welfare of participants and the society as a whole. It is appreciated across people of varying cultures, races, age, gender, colour and religion. It is recognized ...
Contributions of sports towards national development in Kenya
(Kenyatta University & KAHPER-SD, 2003)
After the attainment of independence from colonial rule in 1963, the priority issues on which the post-colonial Kenya Government focused its attention was eradication of poverty, improvement of healthcare facilities and ...
Philosophical Dimensions in Sport
(International Organization Of Scientific Research (IOSR), 2014)
Philosophy of Sport is a branch of Philosophy that seeks to conceptually analyze issues of sport as a human activity. It is concerned with questions and practical debates that arise in the context of sports. This branch ...
Global Matrix 2.0: Report Card Grades on the Physical Activity of Children and Youth Comparing 38 Countries
(Human Kinetics, 2016)
The Active Healthy Kids Global Alliance organized the concurrent preparation of Report Cards on the physical activity of children and youth in 38 countries from 6 continents (representing 60% of the world’s population). ...
When celebrity athletes are 'social movement entrepreneurs': A study of the role of elite runners in run-for-peace events in post-conflict Kenya in 2008
This paper reports findings from a study of the role played by high-profile Kenyan runners in the organization of Run-for-Peace events that took place in response to election-related violence in Kenya in late 2007 and early ...