Abstract The Youth, who form a critical mass of the Kenyan population, are unemployed. Efforts have been made to alleviate the problem of youth unemployment in Kenya. However, these strategies and efforts have come under intense scrutiny in the recent years with the ever rising unemployment rates.
Discussing why unemployment is such an important issue
for governments and how it can be tackled in urban areas.
Simon D. Ojera
Statement of the Problem
According to research, unemployment is one of the main problems in Jamaica.This study intends to discover the effects of unemployment on family lives in Brown’sTown, and the factors contributing to the increase in the number of unemployed persons.The study also s
Unemployment is a growing problem in Kenya especially among the youth and has been the election agenda for almost every politician in the last few election and still continues to be. It might not be able to look at the solution available to the issue of unemployment without looking at the causes of
7 Research findings –
7.1 Background on Bondo District
Population and economy
Bondo District is one of the 11 districts in Nyanza Province. It is a relatively new district,
having been created from the southern part of Siaya District as recently as 1998. It has a
Trade unions are associations of employees (there are also associations of employers - F.K.E) and their main objective is to represent the employees' interests to the employers. The right to form and join a trade union is a fundamental human right. A well functioning and respected trade union moveme
A freedom Song
Atieno washes dishes,
Atieno plucks the chicken,
Atieno gets up early,
Beds her sacks down in the kitchen,
Atieno eight years old,
Since she is my sister’s child
Atieno needs no pay,
While she works my wife can sit
Sewing every sunny day:
With her earnings
GLOBALISATION’S EFFECTS ON PEOPLE
‘’Globalization is a process of interaction and integration among the people, companies, and governments of different nations, a process driven by international trade and investment and aided by information technology’’.(www.globalisation101.org).
Comprehensive Country Evaluation:
November 23, 2009
From the Western Thinkers first impression, the thought of doing business in any African nation is almost unheard of. Most African countries are war-torn, politically unstable, or in economic turmoil implying
It’s causes, effect and remedies.
By: Subrat Choudhury
Inflation and Deflation
Inflation and Deflation, in economics, terms used to describe, respectively, a decline or an increase in the value of money, in relation to the goods and services it will buy. Inflation
THE EFFECTS OF GLOBAL FINANCIAL CRISIS ON NIGERIAN ECONOMY
B. Sc. Business Administration (ABU), M. Sc. Management in view (BUK)
Graduate Assistant, Department of Business Administration,
Nasarawa State University, Keffi – Nasarawa State.
1.0 Causes of Ethnic Clashes
Ethnic clashes, wherever they have taken place in Kenya, have generally been instigated by the fear of loss of political power and the consequences that might accompany such an eventuality such as loss of privilege and the patronage that goes with it. In this regard i
Meeting youth unemployment head on
t 21 per cent, youth unemployment in Africa is much higher than the world average of 14.4 per cent and second only to the Middle East and North Africa’s 25.6 per cent. The high share of young people (ages 15–24) in Africa’s population contributes to t
Business Etiquette in Kenya
Tamiya King has been writing for over a decade, particularly in the areas of poetry and short stories. She also has extensive experience writing SEO and alternative health articles, and has written published interviews and other pieces for the "Atlanta
HAILEY COLLEGE OF BANKING AND FINANCE
Tajammal Hussain Ahmar M06BBA051
M. Umair Hassan M06BBA035
Sir. Abid Hussain Ch.
COMPARISON OF DEVELOPED, DEVELOPING & UNDERDEVELOPED ECONOMIES
A Participatory Market-Oriented Strategy for Development in Kenya Kennesaw State University 19 Annual Economics Convention Mumbai, India December 16-17, 2011 Chris Blackburn, James Chapman, Kendrick Pulver, Shamir Virani, Jarret Yingling Advisors: Professor Murat Doral and Professor Michael Patrono
Tsunami Students Project
(A) Tsunami Concept Questions
i) What was the Kyoto Protocol concept? Provide a short description of positive green vegetation, atmospheric carbon and climate change.
ii) Enlist three factors implicated in Greenhouse Gas.
iii) Provide five actions again
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Table of Contents
CHAPTER ONE ......................................................................................................................................... 6
BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY .............