Research Papers

Research Papers

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Shrewd Calculation of Membership Benefits: Negotiation of Identity in Eastleigh by Refugee Teenagers. New Media and Mass Communication. Vol. 2(7)

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Towards improved Sustainable Sanitation in Learning Institutions; Experiences from Nakuru and Njoro, Kenya.

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Towards improved Sustainable Sanitation in Learning Institutions; Experiences from Nakuru and Njoro, Kenya.

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Uchanganuzi wa Mdahalo Nasaha katika Tambiko Mbadala Kanisani {Utafiti wa Shahada ya uzamifu (PhD)- unaendelea.}

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Kamuren, J. and Bartoo, P. (2012) The Morpho-syntactic Differences among Kalenjin Dialects: An Analysis of Tugen and Pokot. Research on Humanities and Social Sciences (2) 7.

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Kamuren, J. and Bartoo, P. (2012) The Lexical Differences among Kalenjin Dialects: An Analysis of Kipsigis, Tugen and Pokot. . Research on Humanities and Social Sciences (2) 7.

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Bartoo, J. (2013) Social Networks and Language Variation among Somali Refugee Teenagers (upcoming)

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Jinsi Mielekeo na Ukabila huathiri Matumizi ya Lugha Chuoni {utafiti wa Shahada ya uzamili (M.A)}

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Engaging library and information professionals in Kenya in the devolved government system: a concept paper. In MAKTABA: The Journal of Kenya Library Association, Vol. 1, No. 2, pp.165 -173

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Library and information science education in Kenya: an overview of the potential and challenges. In XX SCECSAL Proceedings, pp. 67 – 74

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Information behaviour in healthcare of home-based elderly people in Nakuru District, Kenya. Doctor of Literature and Philosophy (DLit et Phil) in Information Science Thesis, University of South Africa (UNISA).

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Exclusion from policy and its implications on access to information for the care of elderly people in Kenya. In MAKTABA: The Journal of Kenya Library Association, Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. 47 – 54

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Mainstreaming information in Kenya’s health care policy: an option to alleviate poverty among the elderly. In Proceedings of the 10th Biennal Conference of the Association for Health Information and Libraries in Africa (AHILA), Ken-AHILA, pp. 9 – 11

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ICMM (2011), Mining: Partnerships for Development Toolkit. International Council for Mining and Metals in collaboration with UNCTAD and World Bank Group. International Council on Mining and Metals (ICMM) London, UK. ISBN 978-0-9559983-4-8. Member of steering Group. (Contributor)

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Wegulo.F, Wandahwa.P, Shivoga.W, Tabu.I, Muhia.N, Inoti.S (2009). Engaging communities in soil fertility management for sustainable agricultural production: case studies from Kakamega and Nakuru districts, Kenya. In Sustainable Development in Africa: Role of Higher Education. Selected papers pp.117 Association of African Universities ISBN 978-9988-589-46-6.

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world Agroforestry Center (2006). Linking Research to Extension for Watershed Management: The Nyando Experience Ed. John Mbaria. Chapter Contributions. Technical Report No. 1 2006 ISBN 92 9059 1935 (Contributor )

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Muhia N, Burnett C ,DeKoszmovszky J,July 2005 Creating a base for the pyramid; Community Engagement Report Nyota Settlement Nakuru District, Kenya. Cornell University Press

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Swallow, Brent; Muhia, Njeri; Mango, Nelson; Gichimo, Rosalynn; Kabuye, Fred; Bakengesa, Siima; Waata, Fiona ,( 2003). Voices of poor livestock keepers in the Lake Victoria Basin : draft overview report for Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania, NRI Kent Monograph 08.05.01 8531 InfoAgrar library

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World Agroforestry Center (2001). Improved land management in the Lake Victoria Basin: Annual Technical Report,July 2000 to June 2001 Brent M Swallow, Markus Walsh, Fridah Mugo, Chin Ong,Frank Place, Alex Awiti, Mwangi Hai, David Nyantika, David Ombalo, Oscar Ochieng, Lincoln Mwarasomba, Njeri Muhia, Matthew Cohen, Keith Shepherd, David Mungai, Duncan Onyango, Samuel Murĩithi, Justine Wangila, Francis Mbote, J Kiara, Arne Erikkson.

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Muhia Njeri R. (2001). Participatory monitoring and evaluation (PM&E) training in Western Kenya. Discussion paper series Published in 2001, World Agroforestry Centre , Nairobi, Kenya (Natural Resource Problems, Priorities, and Policies Programme ) discussion paper No.2001-9 . LC Control No.:2002375790 . Library of Congress S473.K4 M84 2001

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Muhia N, Swallow B 2001. Decision Support, Negotiation Support and Negotiation and Investment Support in the Lake Victoria Basin: Lessons from Awach /Katuk-Odeyo. ICRAF Working Papers, Nairobi

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Muhia Njeri (2001) Participatory monitoring and evaluation (PM&E) training in Western Kenya, November 2001 .Published 2001 by World Agroforestry Centre in Nairobi, Kenya . Discussion paper series / Natural Resource Problems, Priorities, and Policies Programme ;, discussion paper 2001-9, Discussion paper series (Natural Resource Problems, Priorities, and Policies Programme) ; discussion paper 2001-9. Library of Congress S473.K4 M84

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Muhia R. Njeri (2001) Participatory monitoring and evaluation (PM&E) training in Western Kenya. Discussion Paper series. World Agroforestry Center 2001. Indiana University Press digitized June 2010

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Muhia R.N ,Ochola W.O. and Mwarasomba L.I. (2000) Culture, Traditions and Society: The Challenges To Natural Resource Management and Development. A report from a Socio-Cultural Study of the Lake Victoria Region : Kenya. Edited by L. Nycander, Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, National Soil And Water Conservation Programme.

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Makenzi.P, Muhia N. et. al (1999),Participatory Community Planning for Child Health: Implementation Guidelines. Ed. Karabi Bhattacharyya and John Murray BASICS Publication

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Muhia R. N (1999)Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation (PM&E) Field Tools For Practitioners. Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, National Soil and Water Conservation Programme, Nairobi.1999 the 21st Century

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Kipkulei, B.C., Chepchieng, M.C., Chepchieng, M.J., & Boitt, L.M. (2012). Selected Factors Affecting Girls’ Participation in Primary School Education in Kenya. Problems of Education in the 21st Century, 48(48), 42-51

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Charles Obiero, Rhoda Birech, Maling`a Joyce, Ng`etich Kibet and Bernhard Freyer, 2013. Performance of Jatropha (Jatropha curcas L.) under Different Soil and Climatic Conditions in Kenya. Asian Journal of Agricultural Research, 7: 43-50.

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Charles Obiero, Rhoda Birech, Joyce Maling’a, Bernhard Freyer, Kibet Ng’etich, Jackson Lang’at 2013. Performance and challenges of biofuel cropping systems in Kenyan smallholder farming systems: A case study on castor (Ricinus communis L.), jatropha (Jatropha curcas L.) and croton (Croton megalocarpus L.) Australian Journal of Crop Science 7(7):917-922\

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Inoti Shadrack, Rhoda Birech, Omedo Bebe, Bernhard Freyer and Kibet Ngetich 2010. Common Forest and Agroforestry Trees in Mau Catchment, Kenya: Farmer Perspectives. Egerton: Egerton University Press

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Ngetich, K. A., Birech R J, Kyalo D, Bett K E, Freyer, B (2009). Caught between Energy Demands and Food Needs: Dilemmas of Smallholder Farmers in Njoro, Kenya. Journal of Agriculture and Rural Development in Tropics and Subtropics, 110(1): 23-28.

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Ngetich, K. 2008. Governing Traditional Health Care Sector in Kenya: Strategies and Setbacks. In Martyn Sama and Vinh-Kim Nguyen (eds). Governing Health Systems in Africa. Dakar: Codesria, pp 25-33.

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Ngetich, K. 2007. Indigenous Knowledge, Alternative Medicine and Intellectual Property Rights Concerns in Kenya. In V. Veena (ed), Traditional and Indigenous Knowledge: Intellectual Property Perspective. Hyderabad: Icfai Press, pp 183-198.

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Ngetich, K. 2007. Resilience in the Face of Urbanization: Why People Consult Traditional Health Practitioners in Nairobi City, Kenya. MARIFA: A Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, Vol. 2, No 1: 238-256

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Ngetich, K. 2001. Harnessing Computer Mediated Communication Technologies in the Unification of Africa: Constraints and Potentials. In Eddy Maloka and Elizabeth Beth Le Roux (eds), Africa in the Millennium: Challenges and Prospects. Pretoria: Africa Institute, pp 77-85, 2001