The Role Of The Doctrine Of The ‘responsibility To Protect’ (R2P) In Kenya’s Post-election Violence

This study explores the application of the doctrine of responsibility to protect (R2P) in Kenya during the 2007-08 post election violence. It dissects the two R2Ps which are the International Commission on Intervention and State Sovereignty (ICISS) R2P and the United Nations (UN) Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon.

Effect of internal control systems on financial performance of Supermarkets in Kajiado County

Across the world, most organizations are report misappropriation of funds. This has resulted to negative effect on organization performance forcing the management to seek for control measure through internal controls systems. The general expectation is that institution and authorization of legitimate internal control systems will dependably prompt to strides made on financial performance. An effective internal control framework has a fundamental part to play in a company's prosperity. In Kenya, there has been cases of theft and collapse of supermarkets such as Uchumi supermarket.

Implications for conversion of agricultural land use in peri urban areas of Gitothua Ward, Ruiru Sub County

Ruiru subcounty has witnessed increased changes from its initial agricultural land use to a more urbanized residential and commercial land use. These land-use and land-cover changes affect directly and indirectly the environment, economy and society at Ruiru subcounty, Kiambu county and Kenya in general. Although their impacts have been recognized long ago, it‟s only a few years back that they became a cause of countrywide concern.

Designing and Building Integrated Photo voltaic Solar Roofing Tiles

This project sought to design and build a low cost solar photovoltaic roofing tile prototype by incorporating photovoltaic cells into roof tiles. Such tiles have the potential to provide robust and distributed electricity contained within the construction industry. 70% of the African Population lacks access to clean affordable and sustainable electricity. This is more than 620Million. Kenya is no exception and requires 15,000MW of power to power our Kenyan 2030 Vision.

Contribution of Africa’s Coastal and Marine Sectors to Sustainable Development

More than half of the world's population lives within 60 km of the shoreline, and in Africa
trends in population growth indicate that this figure could rise to three quarters by the next
century. The lives and reasonable aspirations for economic advancement of these coastal
residents are inextricably linked to the productivity of coastal and marine resources. The
coastal areas bordering the African continent have traditionally supported highly productive
ecosystems from which fish and other aquatic resources have been harvested. Furthermore

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