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    • Observing Presidential Elections in Kenya 

      Dobbie, Will (2003)
      The 2002 General Elections of Kenya were a turning point for the nation, demonstrating tremendous growth in the national political culture. Though many electoral offenses were observed, the elections were generally agreed ...
    • Program Research and Evaluation 

      Salzman, Sarna
      Programming is important because it is way to express information to a group of people. Programs are a method of organizing experienced people to impart some of their knowledge to a less experienced group. They are an ...
    • Street Trade: Case Studies from Kenya 

      Thomas, Emily (2007)
      I spent time with and interviewed various traders in Nairobi, Kenya. I experienced vendors’ daily routine and was informed of the constant struggles they face, such as insufficient capital, low profits, poor transportation, ...
    • The Struggle to Print: The plight of the writer of fiction in Kenya 

      Harris, Petersen (1996-02-10)
      Every place on earth has a story to tell. It is left up to the humans who inhabit this globe to tell the story of nature from generation to generation. The people of Kenya are writing, and they have been years. Even though ...
    • Tapping Women's Resource Knowledge: The Marketing of Medicinal Plants by the Maasai in Gikomba Market, Nairobi 

      Nix-Stevenson, Dara (1996-05)
      Throughout East Africa, Maasai women have always managed and utilized plant resources. Masaai women are not merely passive gatherers of plant products They actively manage and utilize plant resources. They decide where and ...
    • Women Behind the Veil: Toward a Cultural and Religious Understanding of the States of Muslim Women 

      Nix-Stevenson, Dara
      Throughout Islamic history, institutions and modes of thought devised by early Muslim societies have donned the core discourses of Islam and have played a central role in defining women's place in Muslim societies. Across ...
    • Women in Labor: Working as a Labor/Delivery Nurse in Nairobi's Kenyatta National Hospital 

      McBarnes, Kristin M. (2006)
      Before I went to Kenya, I was very interested in maternal health and midwifery, so I decided to continue exploring this interest while abroad. In Kenya, over fifty percent of all children are not born in a hospital; so ...
    • Women in the Informal Sector of Takaungu 

      Eisin, Audra K. (1996-02)
      The main issues that were undertaken in the research concentrated on the economic power of the women in this town: how, when and why they began their business, where the profits of their labor went to, etc. As the research ...
    • Working in the AIDS Ward of Amurt Health Clinic 

      Brinley, Alaina (2006)
      Working in a small health clinic in Kenya was not easy; however it was one of the most meaningful experiences of my life. Every day when I entered the clinic, there would be people sitting all along the walls of the third ...