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  • Musuva, Gladys M.; Lewa, Peter; Achoki, George; Luciani, Albino (International Journal of Economics, Commerce and Management, 2016)
    Agriculture, especially small holder farming is characterized by a high variability and unpredictability of many factors. Small holder tea farmer’s risk is associated with unpredictable circumstances which determine the ...
  • Musuva, Gladys; Lewa, Peter; Achoki, George; Luciani, Albino (United States International University - Africa, 2015)
    Small holder farming is characterized by a high variability and unpredictability of many factors. Such risks could be caused by factors like weather variability, natural disasters, uncertainties in yields and prices, ...
  • Bellows, Scott (Business Daily, 2016)
    Wafula cheerfully waltzed into his bank at Garden City in Nairobi. He greeted the teller and looked admirably around at the glittering modern furnishings of the new branch. He appreciated that he now could visit a branch ...
  • Bellows, Scott (Business Daily, 2016-07-13)
    Imagine a vast expansive world full of investment opportunities for willing shareholders. As Kenyans, we can choose real estate domestically. We could also select corporate bonds in Kampala, stock equities in the New York, ...
  • Thaper, Ashok (United States International University - Africa, 1979)
  • USIU-Africa (USIU-Africa, 2013)
    From: Vice Chancellor Professor Freida Brown I recognize that many of you have competed previous climate surveys and are aware of their importance for fostering the development of the university. Previous surveys have ...
  • Komora, Ronnie (United States International University - Africa, 1999)
  • Onditi, Tom Luoch (IGI Global, 2016)
    Africa has been plagued by many violent conflicts in history and in contemporary times. Causes of these conflicts range from disagreements over allocation of national resources to ethnic rivalries over grazing fields, to ...
  • Hansen, Thomas O (2012)
    The field of transitional justice has expanded significantly in recent years. Transitional justice is no longer exclusively, or even predominantly, discussed as a matter of whether and how the state ought to deploy various ...
  • Goldstein, Steven R; Md, Snyder; Jon, R. Md; Watson, Carol B; Danon, Milton D (http://journals.lww.com/greenjournal/Abstract/1988/08000/Very_Early_Pregnancy_Detection_With_Endovaginal.12.aspx, 1998)
    There are many situations in which the earliest possible detection of an intrauterine pregnancy would enhance clinical management. Current radioimmunoassays for hCG can detect pregnancy as early as eight to 12 days ...
  • Karugu, Winfred N; Nduati, Gidraph (International Journal of Business Research;2009, Vol. 9 Issue 3, p127, 2009)
    Government policy expects small-scale farmers in the arid and semi-arid lands (ASALs) of Kenya to concentrate on food security rather than commercial agricultural production, for the good reason that drought and famine ...
  • Jaffe, Zuhair Hassan; Awuor, Emmanuel (http://www.iiste.org/Journals/index.php/JETP/article/view/24093, 2015)
    Numerous factors point toward the requirement of a change in the vehicle industry in the Kenyan market, and in the global environment in general. Environmental pollution, lack of efficiency, and high costs of petrol ...
  • USIU-Africa (USIU-Africa, 2015)
    It is with deepest sorrow that I announce the passing of Prof. Barbara Mahone from brain cancer. She served as a Board member of USIU-Africa from 2010 until her death on 5 October 2015. Prior to that she was the team ...
  • USIU-Africa (USIU-Africa, 2015)
    Following the Chancellor Dr. Manu Chandaria’s announcement in December 2014, of Professor Freida Brown’s imminent retirement, the university has been gradually preparing to say goodbye to the university’s longest serving ...
  • Zeleza, Paul (United States International University - Africa, 2017-01)
    Dear USIU-Africa Community, I would like to take this opportunity to welcome you all back for the 2017 Spring Semester! Join me also in welcoming our freshmen and graduate students who are joining us this semester, as ...
  • Brown, Freida (United States International University - Africa, 2015-08-22)
    Our chief guest, Former Prime Minister, Right Hon. Raila Odinga, ambassadors, distinguished guests, board members, faculty, staff, alumni, graduates, family and friends, on behalf of the university community, I would like ...
  • USIU-Africa (USIU-Africa, 2013)
    Dear USIU Community, I wish to express my heartfelt condolences to all those who may have lost friends and relatives at the Westgate Mall terror attack that commenced on 21st September 2013. Indeed, we as a community ...
  • Macharia, j; Nyakwende, E (United States International University - Africa, 2010)
    Universities world over are increasingly deploying learning management systems to enhance the quality of teaching and learning as well as to increase access to higher education. However, since technology rejection is ...
  • Macharia, Jimmy; Nyakwende, Emmanuel (United States International University,Africa, 2010)
    Universities world over are increasingly deploying learning management systems to enhance the quality of teaching and learning as well as to increase access to higher education. However, since technology rejection is common, ...
  • Cheryl, S Swanier; Cheryl, Seals; Justus, Nyagwencha (2012)
    The work investigates the demographics of video game players, addresses the popularity of games and how they can be used for educational purposes. We will investigate how games are being used for educational purposes. It ...

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