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Secondary School Agriculture Curriculum Reforms in Kenya 1959-2016: Challenges to Innovations
(Machakos University, 2018-04)
Fifty seven of curriculum reforms targeting innovations to education through school agriculture remain unattainable to date. Observations indicate challenges to reforms rather progress as there exists a gap between the ...
Effects of renewable energy on frequency stability: A proposed case study of the Kenyan grid
Renewable Energy (RE) units especially grid connected Wind and Solar PV which have no rotational inertia are effectively displacing the conventional generators and their rotating systems. This reduces both the cost of ...
Shocks, livestock assets and climate change adaptation in Kenya
The study assesses the impact of shocks on livestock and the role of adaptation to climate change in protecting assets from weather shocks. Data collection relied on a mixed-method approach, including household surveys ...
How much does labour turnover cost? A case study of Kenyan Small and Medium Tour
(Machakos University, 2019-04)
The hospitality industry is a service-based industry, which is highly dependent on a customer-focused approach, and a motivated and knowledgeable workforce. Any shift in human capital therefore is viewed as detrimental ...