Day: January 7, 2021

Affordable Universal Health Care Services

Adera Benard Bachelor of Economics The Technical University of Kenya 0704929200 Benardaderah@gmail.com The Big Four Agenda comprises transformational legacy projects that our President with the help of his government wishes to accomplish by the end of his second term by 2022.They are basically extracts from the long-term plan (Vision 2030) goals. In summary, these are …

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What it Takes to Achieve Affordable Housing

Annette Wambui Muriuki University of Nairobi Bachelors Real Estate 0714222814 annettewambui5@gmail.com The constitution clearly outlines in article 43 of chapter four that ‘every person has a right to accessible and adequate housing and to treasonable standards of sanitation.’ But we can say this is the case in our Kenyan cities, particularly Nairobi? We continue to …

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How the Government can Achieve the Big Four Agenda on Housing

The ‘Big Four Agenda’ are President Uhuru Kenyatta’s legacy projects that he has committed to execute by the time he exits office in 2022. The projects directly relate to Kenya’s Vision 2030. The President has promised to dedicate energy, time and resources to the ensure the success of these projects. The four pillars of the …

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Empowering Women through Information: Strengthening the Implementation of Access to Information Laws

Unempowered women are unable to fully participate in socioeconomic activities and fully take advantage of public facilities such as healthcare (inclusive of family planning), education, loans, security, subsidized farm inputs etc. The right to access to information promotes good governance as it enables citizens to understand policies; it allows citizens to determine public priorities from …

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Cancer as a Non-Communicable Disease and the Status of Cancer Control in Kenya

Introduction The concept of epidemiological transition of mortality and cause of death dates back to the neolithic age. Omran in 1971 divided the manifestation of the phenomena into three phases. The first phase of The Age of Pestilence and Famine is characterized by an increase in infectious diseases, malnutrition and high mortality. This is followed by The Age …

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