• Impacts of Cross List on Financial Performance in Firms in Kenya
    ministry in managing the growth of the tourism industry in Kenya. It specifically sought to determine the growth of the tourism industry in Kenya, establish the factors affecting the factors affecting the growth of the tourism industry in Kenya and evaluate the challenges facing the ministry of tourism in...
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  • Tourism
    . However, Kenya’s tourism sector as a whole is facing stiff headwinds from competition with regional industries such as the Zanzibar tourism sector which is perceived to offer better value for money. It is thus my view that the Kenya tourist Board not only needs to reassure potential tourists but ensure...
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  • Enviromental Effects of Tourism in Kenya
    data for Kenya: an analytical data compendium. KIPPRA 2002: ISBN: 9966 949 30 5. Working Papers Road infrastructure policies in Kenya: historical trends and current challenges. Wilson S. K. Wasike. WP No. 1, 2001: ISBN 9966 949 11 9. Policy framework of Kenya’s tourism sector since independence...
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  • Online Banking System
    upholding importance of the tourism industry in terms of its potential for socio economic development and poverty alleviation. The Kenyan Government in its draft national tourism policy recognises the urgent need to overcome the challenges facing the industry (Kenya Government, 2004). This is in view...
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  • Human Resource
    SECTOR WORKERS IN NAIROBI COUNTY MWAZUMBO PAUL MWASARU STRATEGIES USED BY DIVERSEY EASTERN CENTRAL AFRICA LIMITED TO CREATE SUSTAINABLE COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE MUKAMI MARETE CHALLENGES FACING IMPLEMENTATION OF KENYA HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION'S FIVE YEAR STRATEGIC PLAN (2008-2012) JOY BUSOLO STRATEGIES...
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  • Social Pilla
    , thus opening Kenya to “health tourism”. Improved access to health care for all will come through; (i) Provision of a robust health infrastructure network countrywide; (ii) Improving the quality of health service delivery to the highest standards; (m) Promotion of partnerships with the private sector...
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  • Business Strategy
    occurred despite major global challenges that faced the sector, such as rising oil prices and health scares, (including fears of avian flu) and advisories against international travel to Kenya. Total earnings from tourism rose from KShs. 25.8 billion in 2003 to KShs.56.2 billion in 2006. A significant...
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  • Comparing Economies
    what is the problem that hinder its improvement. Kenya is a tropical country which lies on the equator. Agriculture and tourism are two of the most flourish industries, they bring the country with the major part of income. 75% of the Kenya population made their living by taking part in the primary...
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  • Kenyan Tourism Industry
    areas, Sustainability, Community Based Tourism, Maasai, Safari 1 Ecotourism and Sustainable Development in Kenya Robertson Ndegwa Ngunyi Abstract The purpose of this paper is to provide abridgment of the current state of affairs in Kenya, critically examine the impacts and the challenges...
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  • Econimic
    accounted for about 56 per cent of GDP in 2003. The tourism sector, which had up to this point, driven growth in the service sector, suffered in 2003 from a decrease in the number of visitors to Kenya, following negative travel advice by the United States of what they perceived as high security risks in the...
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  • National Museums of Kenya Strategic Plan 2009-2014
    Critical Strategic Issues Organizational Strategic Orientation and Positioning Sector Working Groups Research, Innovation and Technology Sector Tourism Sector Alignment and Contribution to the National Level Sectors National Museums of Kenya Strategic Direction Strategic Vision Mission Statement...
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  • Change Management
    The main challenges facing the Banking sector today include; * New regulations; For instance, the Finance Act 2008, which took effect on 1 January 2009 requires banks and mortgage firms to build a minimum core capital of KShs 1 billion by December 2012. This requirement, its hoped, will help...
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  • THE POTENTIAL OF FARM STAYS DEVELOPMENT IN KENYA
    determine the potential of farm stays development in Kenya. 1.3.2 Specific objectives i. To determine tourism’s contribution to local development of farm stays in rural areas ii. To determine the extent of Tourism Innovation in a rural Context of farm strays iii. To analyze the Challenges to Tourism...
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  • Economics of Renewable Energy
    facing the electricity sub-sector. To address the challenges, the Government has formulated strategies whose objectives are to rapidly expand installed electricity capacity, expand and upgrade the transmission and distribution networks, and develop renewable sources of energy: geothermal, solar...
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  • The Impacts of the Global Recession of 2008-2009
    on the tourism and hospitality sector. Tourism is key sector for triggering economic growth and in addition, it is a major source of foreign currency and its labour intensive nature ensures that there is employment. Countries like Morocco, Mauritius, Uganda and Kenya are largely dependent on their...
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  • Education and Sustainable Development
    spread to other persons. Groups may find it unnecessary due to lack of incentives to participate in environmental education. The lack of comprehensive strategies is another challenge facing environmental education in Kenya. Kenya has not focused much on inter-linkages between the environment and...
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  • Finance Manager
    which programs would be curtailed should revenues fall short of projection. IV. Assessing the Vision and the Medium-Term Budget Strategy A Does Vision 2030 and the MTBSP Address the Key Challenges facing Kenya? In assessing Kenya’s fiscal policy going forward, it is probably best to work...
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  • IS-IT strategy
    , analyze the use of IS/IT and propose IS/IT strategy which will align with the business strategy for an organization in the tourism sector (the case of Ngorongoro Conservation Area Authority); In order to achieve this various management tools for internal and external analysis of an organization will...
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  • ADAPTING LIFESTYLES TO CHANGING RAINFALL PATTERN IN KENYA
    is causing water scarcity, impacting fisheries, agriculture, and tourism, among other vital sectors of the economy. In context is the 1998-2000 drought in Kenya which led to an estimated economic loss of US$ 2.8 billion. The 1997/98 floods on the other hand affected almost 1 million people and cost...
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  • Health and Tourism
    the International Year of Ecotourism. Many countries in Africa, such as Kenya and South Africa, have invested heavily in ecotourism. Tourism in Africa varies widely, from viewing gorillas in the Great Lakes Region to lemurs in Madagascar, from trekking in Ethiopia to birdwatching in Botswana, from...
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