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MWIKYA NK, KYALO DN, MULWA SA. "‘Relational Coordination in the Airline Industry: Getting it Right to Enhance on-time Service Delivery at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport. .". In: The 9th Operations Research Society of Eastern Africa . International Conference Imperial Resort Beach Hotel, Entebbe, Uganda.; 2013.
Mwega F. "‘Saving in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Comparative Analysis’." Journal of African Economies, Supplement. 1997;6(3).
Mwega F. "‘The Competitiveness of the Financial Services in Africa: A Case Study of Kenya’." African Development Review. 2011;23(1):44-59.
Bowa O, Mulwa A, Kyalo N, Mboroki G. "‘The influence of ICT Infrastructure on Readiness to adopt E-Learning in Secondary Schools in Kitui District in Kenya’." Journal of Open, Continuing and Distance Education. 2012;Volume 2 (Issue 1):page 23-66.abstract_influence_of_ict_infrastructure.pdf
Aseto SA, Moronge JM. "‘Waste Management Practices in Higher Education Institutions: A Case Study of University of Nairobi, Kenya'." The International Journal of Development Dialogue. 2017;Volume 2(Issue No. 1):pp 54-67.
Brauch HG, Grin J, Mesjasz C, Behera NC, Chourou B, Spring UO, Liotta PH, Kameri-Mbote P. "‘Water and food security in the River Nile Basin: The perspectives of governments and NGOS of upstream countries.". In: Facing Global Environmental Change: Environmental, Human, Energy, Food, Health and Water Security Concept. Berlin – Heidelberg – New York – Hong Kong – London – Milan – Paris – Tokyo: Springer-Verlag; 2008.
m, m. "’The Relevance of Odera Oruka’s Parental Earth Ethics as an Eco-Philosophy .". In: Odera Oruka in the Twenty-first Century Kenyan Philosophical Studies, II. Washington, D.C: The Council for Research in Values and Philosophy; 2018.
Mukhwana, A. Mayora J. "“ Implicatures in Interviews in Kenyan Print Media: A Case of The East African Standard." International Journal of Education and Research. 2014;2(8).
Munene M. "“(In) accessible Universal Access in banks: Case Study of Nairobi, Kenya." Design for All Institute of India. 2015;(Vol-10 No-2 ).
Muchiri J. "“A Human Rights Reading of Meja Mwangi’s Going Down River Road.”.". In: Poverty and Human Rights: East African Perspectives. Nairobi: Focus; 2017.
Keesbury J, Onyango-Ouma W, Undie C-C, Maternowska C, Mugisha F, Kahega E, Askew I. “A review and evaluation of multi-sectoral response services (‘one-stop centers‘) for gender-based violence in Kenya and Zambia.”. Nairobi: Population Council; 2012.2012rh_sgbv_oscreveval.pdf
Muola, J. M., Migosi JA. "“Academic Advising Needs among University Students in Kenya”." International Journal of Asian Social Science,. 2012;2(7):972-983.
Muola, J. M., Migosi JA. "“Academic Advising Needs among University Students in Kenya”." International Journal of Asian Social Science,. 2012;2(7):972-983.
Muola, J. M., Migosi JA. "“Academic Advising Needs among University Students in Kenya”." International Journal of Asian Social Science,. 2012;2(7):972-983.
Mugambi JNK. "“Adaptation to Climate Change in Tropical Africa”.". In: Seminar on Climate Change. University of Copenhagen, Faculty of Theology; 2009.
Sinja J, Karugia J, Waithaka M, Miano D, Baltenweck L, Franzel S, Nyikal R. "“Adoption of fodder legumes technology through farmer-to-farmer extension approach”." Uganda Journal of Agricultural Sciences, . 2004;9(1):222-226.134898-article_text-362029-1-10-20160503.pdfWebsite
Mbuthia E-DEM, Sanja E-ML. “Alionja Asali na hadithi nyingine” . Nairobi: Focus Publishers ; 2013.
Mwabu G. "“Economic Development and Malaria Prevalence: An Empirical Analysis with Reference to Kenya.". In: Malaria and Development in Africa ,. American Association for the Advancement of Science,; 1991.
Were E. “Fani katika tamthilia ya Kiswahili: Uchanganuzi wa kilio cha Haki na Kijiba cha Moyo” . Mbuthia DE, Musyoka DF, eds. Nairobi: University of Nairobi; 2012.
Reuben M. “Fani katika Utenzi wa Ayubu” . Mbuthia DE, Amiri DS, eds. Nairobi: University of Nairobi; 2011.
Osaaji MG, Odari M, Muchiri J. "“From Alterity to Agency: Pathways of Subversion and Resistance in Ngugi Wa Thiong’o’s Personal Essays”. ." The Journal of Language, Technology & Entrepreneurship in Africa (JOLTE). . 2021;11 no. 2(2021):1-16.
Nzioka C., Kibuka T., Oyugi S., Kimutai E., Orago A., Kilonzo N., Mwesigye I., Alwan F., Hassan A, A K. "“HIV and AIDS in cross border mobile populations: behavioral surveillance survey among truckers in the IRAPP – supported hotspots in Kenya.". 2014.
KABUBO-MARIARA JANE, Linderhof V, Kruseman G, Atieno R, Mwabu G. "“Household Welfare, Investment in Soil and Water Conservation and Tenure Security: Evidence from Kenya”." PREM Working Paper. 2006;PREM 06/06.
Seth D. Goldstein, MD1; Dominic Papandria MD2; ALMDMPH3;, ani Georges Azzies, MD4; Eric Borgstein FRCS5; CMD6; SFMDMPH7; PJMBCB;RG, Mary Klingensmith, MD9; Mohamed Labib10 FLMD; MMMD11; EO’F12; RRMDMPH7;A, Fizan Abdullah, MD PD1. “Innovative approaches to educating the global surgical worldforce: A pilot camparison of online curricula for use in low and middle income countries”.; Submitted.
MICHIRA DRJ, I.MWANGI. "“Kiswahili as an Official Language in Kenya: Its Past, Present and Future Roles and Challenges”." in Reyono Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies,. 2014;Vol. 3 :42-52.
Atieno R, Mitullah WV. "“Migration Labour Markets and Development: Inward Migration to North and West Africa”." Working Paper, International Labour Organisation, . 2010;Geneva, 2010.
Muchiri J. "“Ng’ang’a Mbugua’s Different Colours as an Allegory of the Kenyan Nation.”." Chemchemi – International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences. 2015;10(1):83-95.
Muleka J. "“Our Physical and Oral Heritage: A Link.” In Our Landscapes, Our Narratives" .". In: - Proceedings of the Conference on East African Oral Literature. Kisumu; 2006.
Stigter CJ, den Van B, Daane JRV, Adam HS, Mohammed AE, Ng'ang'a JK, Mungai DN. "The “picnic” model for research training at African Universities: evaluation and preliminary comparison.". 1998. AbstractThe “picnic” model for research training at African Universities: evaluation and preliminary comparison

What distinguishes the “Picnic” model for research training at African universities from more classical models is reviewed and it is shown how the “Picnic” model deals with remaining drawbacks from the now popular “Sandwich” model. Starting with managerial experiences, criteria guiding this evaluation are used as sub-headings: realistic planning; adequate resource provision; partnership instead of aid; long term impact; high quality supervision; quality and quantity of student input; open and interactive communication; willingness to adapt to local circumstances; ongoing critical reflection; gradual expatriate withdrawal. The training output of the “Picnic” model tests in the four TTMI-countries is assessed after the actual and prospective jobs of its former students. The on-farm quantification of protecting systems/structures led in many TTMI PhD-research cases to improved design criteria for such systems/structures, with direct increases of yield or its preservation. In comparison with the “Sandwich” model, the “Picnic” model particularly incorporates institutional strengthening in the aim that the southern countries will become able to provide adequate education at the postgraduate level, teaching their students how to apply knowledge in their own environment. Degrees obtained at southern universities, therefore, have distinct advantages but joint responsibilities of universities for such degrees are difficult to organize, given the presently existing modes of output-related financing of Dutch universities. In a situation of institutional deterioration, such as Africa is experiencing, the best hope probably lies in strengthening networks of individuals and a collective sense of academic commitment, pending the revival of universities themselves. Emergency research related to the protection of the African agricultural environment by African universities, training NARS staff, must in the long run contribute to restoring an agricultural basis for part of the economies of the many poor African countries. Knowledge developed locally remains the most powerful vehicle for change from within.

JANE KABUBO-MARIARA, Linderhof V, Kruseman G, Atieno R, Mwabu G. "“Poverty-environmental Links: The Impact of Soil and Water Conservation and Tenure Security on Household Welfare in Kenya”." Journal of Development and Agricultural Economics. 2010;Vol. 2(1)(February, 2010):041-053.
Mukhwana A. "“Sheng and Engsh: What They Are and What They Are Not”." International Journal of Scientific Research and Innovative Technology. 2015;2(1).
Njihia JM, Mbeche IM. "“Soft" Systems Analysis: Road Construction and Maintenance: A Soft Systems Approach.". In: All Africa Engineers Conference. Kenyatta Conference Centre, Nairobi, Kenya; 1994. Abstract
8.7. Owele, D.O., Misoi GK, D.M. M, Obonyo I. "“Spur Gear Train Optimal Design”." International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET). 2018;5(11).
Mwendarani B. “Taswira ya mwanamke katika tamthilia mbili za kiswahili’’. Mbuthia DE, Musyoka DF, eds. Nairobi: University of Nairobi; Submitted.
Mbuthia E, Matei A. "“Thamani ya Ukoo”.". In: In: Sauti ya Matarajio na Hadithi Nyingine. Nairobi: Spotlight Publishers; 2022.
Osaaji MG, Odari M, Muchiri J. "“The Agile Thinking and Subversion in Chinua Achebe’s The Education of a British-Protected Child”." The Nairobi Journal of Literature. 2020;9(Special Issue):124-143.
Muleka J. "“The Knell of Readership: A Case of Censorship in Children’s Literature.”." Nairobi Journal of Literature. 2007;1(5):55-65.
Muleka J. "“The Paradoxes of Form and Style.” ." The Nairobi Journal of Literature, Kenya.. 2010;1(6):55-64.
and Maweu HWJM. "“The tension between ethics and ethnicity: Examining journalists' ethical decision-making at the Nation Media Group in Kenya”." Journal of African Media Studies. 2014;Volume 6(Issue 2):165-181.
Atieno R, Benjamin Okech, Mitullah WV. "“Understanding the Business Systems in Kenya: Firm Response to Changing Market Environment in the Metal Products Sector”.". In: Regional workshop on Business Systems in Africa . Nairobi, Kenya; 2002.
Mungai AFG. “Urban Village” an urban design for Pasadena. Califonia: University of Califonia; 1988.
Mulama SJ. “Usimulizi katika Utenzi wa Siri Li Asirali’. E.M. DM, K.W. PW, eds. Nairobi: University of Nairobi; 2011.
Abuya PE, Mukundi G. "• Assessing Asylum Claims in Africa: Missing or Meeting Standards? ." Netherlands International Law Review . 2006;2(53):171-204 .
(Phd) DRNAOMIGIKONYOWM, Gakuu PC, Mboroki DG, Ndiritu DA. "• University Managers’ Participation in Distance Education: What Role Does Their Level of Knowledge in Distance Education Play?". In: ACADEMIC CONFERENCE IN THE SCHOOL OF CONTINUING AND DISTANCE EDUCATION. COLLEGE OF EDUCATION AND EXTERNAL STUDIES, UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI, KENYA; 2013.university_managers_participation_in_de.doc
Onjala J, Olsson B, Birungi P, Huda S, Motlaleng GR, Sterner T. " "Ranking Environmental Services in Different Countries"." Sri Lankan Journal of Agricultural Economics. 2002;Volume 4(Part 1):Pp.73-93.
Kimani M.  Effect of Infant and Child Mortality on Fertility in Kenya. Hill K, Makoteku O, eds. Nairobi: Nairobi; 1992.
Kimani M.  Effect of Infant and Child Mortality on Fertility in Kenya. Mosley H, Oyuke C, eds. Nairobi: Nairobi; 1982.
Mutuku A, Murungaru K, Magadi M.  Fertility in Kenya: Analysis of Birth intervals in Kenya. . Mauritius: VDM Publishing House LTD; 2010.
Kimani M, Makoteku O. " The Effect of Socio-economic and Proximate Determinants on birth Intervals in Kenya .". In: Fertility in Africa (editors) I. Diamond and D. Holmes, International Statistical Institute. Voorburg: International Statistical Institute; 1991.

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