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The impact of exports on economic growth in Kenya
The Export-Led Growth Hypothesis holds that export growth is one of the main determinants of economic growth in a country. Therefore, with globalization, the export-led strategy has become a focus of most developing ...
Substance abuse and religious education: a case study of selected secondary schools in Kenya
As the old adage goes, the Journey of a thousand kilometers starts with one step. Indeed the purpose of this study was to investigate the role of the Kenya secondary Religious Education (RE) Curriculum in educating students ...
The transformation of Swahili Unyago and female genital mutilation into an alternative rite of passage: a post structuralist approach
Since the colonial period, there have been attempts to eradicate female genital mutilation not only in Kenya but also in other parts of Africa where it is practiced. The efforts have not been fully successful due to the ...
Determinants of access to microcredit in Kenya
(University of Botswana, www.ub.bw, 2016-05)
Access to microcredit is paramount because it gives low-income people means to advance their lives and enables them to provide for their families and themselves not only in the short run but also in the long run. It also ...