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Library ResourceArticles et Livresdécembre, 1999Kenya
Library ResourceRapports et recherchesdécembre, 2005Kenya
This paper looks at issues of gender and tenure in African customary law. It argues that under all systems of law in many African countries, ownership of land and associated resources is very much anchored in patriarchy. It decries the failure to isolate positive aspects of customary law and the preponderance of women-unfriendly customary law which influences statutory and other forms of law. Part II of the paper provides the conceptual and theoretical premises of the paper. It looks at patriarchy, gender and law and their impact on tenure relations emphasising the male dominance.
Library ResourceArticles et Livresdécembre, 2008Kenya
Land is one of the most important naturaE resources for the creation of wealth in many societies. Its ownership and control brings economic power, which in turn, is often the basis for social and polifical power Unlike other factors of production such as labour and capilal, land is in fixed supply. Of the total land area of Kenya of 56.9 million hectares, more than 90 percent is agricultural land. Over 80 percent of this land is categorized as Arid and Semiarid land where about 25 percent of the total population resides and over 50 percent of the total livestock is produced.
Library ResourceRapports et recherchesdécembre, 1989Kenya
In most Developing countries only a small number of new jobs
are available in agriculture. The capital scarcity limits the
number of nonfarm jobs that can be created, because investments
costs per job are high in modern industry. Thus an effective
development policy should seek to increase the labor relative to.,
capital, to the extent that it is economically efficient.
In the Sessional Paper No. 1 of 1986 on Economic Management
for Renewed Growth, the Kenya Government notes that
historically, there has been
Library ResourceRapports et recherchesdécembre, 2011Kenya
Strategy implementation is the translation of chosen strategy into organizational action so as to achieve strategic goals and objectives. Strategy implementation is also defined as the manner in which an organization should develop, utilize, and amalgamate organizational structure, control systems, and culture to follow strategies that lead to competitive advantage and a better performance. The main objectives of this study were to investigate the challenges of strategy implementation in the ministry of Northern Kenya and other arid areas.
Library ResourceRapports et recherchesdécembre, 1999Kenya
This study examined the socio-economic consequences of land registration In
Tongaren Division, Bungoma District. It was designed to assess how land registration has
impacted on food security, income, gender parity in the ownership of land and, on
kinship ties and social relations. The study was hinged on the premise that land tenure
reform program in Tongaren division has not lived up to its promises. It was justified to
carry out this study on the grounds that land is the matrix of life of many people in this
Library ResourceArticles et Livresavril, 2015Kenya
This research paper attempts
explore the potential
modern digital Geoinformation technologies (GITs)
tools for spatial mapping, planning and management
compared against the hitherto used cadastral
Nairobi City settlements
particular. Using a case study
Mlolongo Township, a
pical peri-urban settlement
Nairobi, the potential
Library ResourceArticles et Livresdécembre, 2014Kenya
Makueni District has experienced low crop production per unit area despite increased hectarage under crop
production. The district relies heavily on farming for food and income generating activities for the households.
However, poverty level has been on the increase due to poor crop production and limited diversity in sources of
income. Analysis of field survey carried in the district shows high variability of soil nutrients (Nitrogen,
Phosphorous, and potassium), Cation Exchange Capacity (CEC) and soil pH due to various land use systems
Library ResourceArticles et Livresdécembre, 1990Kenya
This study exemplifies the relationship, commonly found in developing countries, between the domain of public law and the sphere of property law. More particularly, the study examines the place of aliens in Kenya with respect to property rights, notably rights to land. The Kenyan Constitution expressly deals with the question of discriminatory laws. Section 82(4)(a) allows the making of laws that discriminate between citizens and noncitizens. This gives validity to the various statutory provisions that restrict the acquisition of property by aliens.
Library ResourceRapports et recherchesdécembre, 2004Kenya
Geothermal Energy is a natural form of energy stored deep in the earth's hot rocks and
waters within the fractured rocks. It is fairly widespread in the world mostly within
continental plate margins. It has been put into use for several centuries but commercially;
the world's first geothermal power plant was built at Larderello Italy in 1901 and is still
generating. In Africa, Kenya is the first country to utilize this technology for power
generation in the Rift Valley at Olkaria Naivasha. The geothermal energy potential in
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