Sustainable Environment for Kenya’s Common Future: Solid Waste Management Perspective

International Journal of Environmental and Health Sciences, Vol. 1, No. 1, 2018 By *Anthony M. Wanjohi and **Vincient O. Orioki, *Director of Projects & Research, Kenya Projects Organization, P.O Box 85726, 00200, Nairobi – Kenya. **President of ACO Foundation, P.O Nairobi – Kenya Email of the Corresponding Author: wanjohi@kenpro.org Abstract: The issue of sustainability has […]

Utilization, Perception and Sources of Knowledge on VCT Services among Youth in Public Diploma Colleges in Nairobi, Kenya

International Journal of Environmental and Health Sciences, Vol. 1, No. 1, 2018 Joyce Oloo Asuke1, Marion Mutugi2, Yeri Kombe3 1. Technical University of Kenya, P.O. Box 52428 – 00200, Nairobi – Kenya. 2. Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology, P.O. Box 62,000 – 00200, Nairobi, 3. Kenya Medical Research Institute (KEMRI), P.O. Box 54840 […]

Causes and Effects of Poor Solid Waste Management in the Semi-urban Town of Ongata Rongai in Kenya

International Journal of Environmental and Health Sciences, Vol. 1, No. 1, 2018 By George Gitau Chiira [Affiliation: Managing Director, Going Green on Sustainability, P.O Box, 8479-00100 – Nairobi, Kenya. Email: ggoinggreen@gmail.com] Abstract Solid Waste Management is one of the most neglected area of development in most developing and transition economies of the world. With rapid growth […]

Knowledge of Home Based Care of HIV and AIDS Patients in Butula Division, Kenya

International Journal of Environmental and Health Sciences, Vol. 1, No. 1, Art.2, 2015 Benard Wesonga Affiliation: Dr. Wesonga is a medical doctor currently lecturing at Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology (MMUST), P.O. Box 190-50100, Kakamega – Kenya Email: bwesonga@adeointl.org Abstract While Home Based Care  (HBC) of HIV/AIDS patients is predominantly gaining recognition in most of […]

Examining the Factors Influencing the Adoption of Monitoring and Evaluation System among Non-Governmental Organisations in Murang’a County, Kenya

Journal of Management and Business Administration, Vol. 2, 2017 Authors: Adwin Ndonga Mugera and Paul Sang Department of Management Science, Kenyatta University, Nairobi – Kenya. Corresponding Author Email: adwinmugera@gmail.com  Abstract: The main purpose of this study was to examine the factors that influence the adoption of monitoring and evaluation system among NGOs in Murang’a County, […]

Effect of Personal Attributes on Employee Performance in the Public Service in Kenya

Journal of Management and Business Administration, Vol. 2, 2017 Authors: Joy Kelemba, Ronald Chepkilot and Charles Zakayo Kabarak University, P.O. Private Bag 20157, Kabarak – Kenya Corresponding author email:kasandi2013@gmail.com Abstract: The legitimacy of any public service draws its breath from the capacity of responding to the needs of citizens in a way that is economically […]

Effect of Strategic Management Practices Use on Tax Positioning among Small and Medium Enterprises in Nairobi County

Journal of Management and Business Administration, 2 (1), August 2017.  < Author:  Nicholas Ngatia Njoroge, Department of Marketing and Management, The Catholic University of Eastern Africa. P O Box 62157. 00200, Nairobi – Kenya > Abstract Despite that Small and Medium Enterprises sub-sector is increasingly being recognized as the prime vehicle for economic development in […]

Road Users’ Perception on National Transport and Safety Authority Road Accident Reduction Strategies in Kenya

Journal of Management and Business Administration, 2 (1), June 2017.  < Author: Richard Meraba Mogire, Kisii University – Kenya > < Email: mogirerichardm@gmail.com > Abstract: Most fatalities and disabilities across the world have been attributed to road traffic accidents .The total number of road traffic deaths in 2015 was 1.3 million ranked tenth cause of […]

Impact of Enhancing Human Resource Capabilities on Employee Performance in Civil Service in Kenya

Journal of Management and Business Administration, Vol. 1, No. 1, 2016 Authors: Joyce K. Nyabuti1, Ronald Chepkilot2 and Charles Zakayo3 Affiliation1,2,3: Kabarak University, P.O. Private Bag 20157, Kabarak – Kenya Email of the Corresponding Author: joynyabuti@yahoo.com Abstract: Most organizations recognize that enhancing the capabilities of people in the organization is the most inevitable change expected in […]

Effect of Motivational Strategies on Employee Productivity in the Banking Industry: Evidence from one Selected Commercial Bank in Kenya

Journal of Management and Business Administration, Vol. 1, No. 1, 2016 Author: Innocent Magori  Ong’ang’a Department of Business and Social Sciences, Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology Email: finiombati@gmail.com Abstract Optimal employee performance is at the heart of every organization. However, there are myriad challenges which hinder employee productivity, key among them, employee motivation. Despite […]