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  • Moses K Otieno (University of Nairobi, Kenya, 1993)
    This study was carried out in Kisumu Municipality(KM), Kenya and its main objective was to find out the role of hand-carts as an urban transport mode. In order to understand the role of hand-carts, objectives were set for ...
  • Hellen Wafula (University Of Nairobi, 1993)
    Agriculture is the mainstay of Kenya's economy. The general agricultural policy has been guided by an overall strategy of meeting the objective of trying to maintain a position of broad self-sufficiency in foodstuffs and ...
  • Moses K Otieno (University of Nairobi, Kenya, 1993)
    This study was carried out in Kisumu Municipality(KM), Kenya and its main objective was to find out the role of hand-carts as an urban transport mode. In order to understand the role of hand-carts, objectives were set for ...
  • Hoses Kola Otieno (University of Nairobi, Kenya, 1996)
    The use of the motorised modes in rural area& .have been found to be low due to the fact that they are inaccessible to· the majority. The inaccessibility can be attributed to low 4ncome level and· iow surfaced roads ...
  • Onyango. L (University Of Nairobi, 2002)
    Poverty has led to a deterioration of the rural environment in Nyando District. This study set out to examine women’s participation in agroforestry as a land use approach that can contribute to a sustainable rural environment ...
  • Brent Swallow, Leah Onyango, Ruth Meinzen-Dick, Nienke Holl (CORE, 2005)
    Much institutional analysis in the water sector at national as well as global levels has focused principally on the working of law, policy and administration of water sector—the three pillars of water institutions. In ...
  • Leah Onyango, Brent Swallow, Ruth Meinzen-Dick (2005)
    This paper uses the concepts of hydronomics as systems of rules that define water management and terranomics as systems of rules that define land management and explores their linkages in rainfed agriculture and irrigation ...
  • Leah Onyango (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 2005)
    Attention to watershed management is increasing across the developing world. In India, for example, more than US $500 million is invested in watershed projects every year. There are compelling reasons to believe that this ...
  • Brent Swallow, Leah Onyango, Ruth Meinzen-Dick (Academic Press, 2007)
    Three distinct pathways of irrigation development have been pursued in Kenya over the last 20 years: a topdown planning approach, a centralized service approach and an unregulated smallholder approach. All three pathways ...
  • Joseph Ayieko, Leah Onyango, Assefa Melesse, Michael McClain, Praxedis Ndomba, Rashid A Tamatamah, Victor D Wasonga, Jay O’Keeffe (2008)
    The Mara River basin encompasses some of the world’s most unique ecosystems and human communities, tightly linked by their dependence on water from the Mara River. From its headwaters in Kenya, the Mara River flows through ...
  • Wiebke Förch, C Barahona, Patricia M Kristjanson, Philip K Thornton, Joash Mango, Leah Onyango, F Noor (CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS), 2011)
    This implementation manual is to be used in conjunction with the step-by-step guide, as well as the templates for the debriefing document and the site analysis report. In the first half of 2011, CCAFS will undertake ...
  • Meine van Noordwijk, Leah Onyango, Antoine Kalinganire, Laxman Joshi, Minh Ha Hoang, Nestry Ndichu, Ramni H Jamnadass (ICRAF, 2011)
    The main argument in this section is that changing (or 'transforming') landscapes and lives are mutually dependent on each other, as they are closely linked in time and space. Within the landscape continuum, the roles of ...
  • Moses Otieno Kola, George Mark Onyango, Boniface Oluoch Oindo (International Journal of Arts and Commerce, 2012)
    The paper examined public transportation in three unplanned suburbs of Kisumu Municipality namely Nyamasaria, Otonglo and Mamboleo based on Mixed Method Approach. Data was collected from both secondary and primary sources. ...
  • Jacob Olang’o Onyango, W Olima, Leah Onyango (International Journal of Arts and Commerce, 2012)
    Street vending is the sub-sector of informal businesses that operate in urban spaces meant for other uses. It was believed that street vending would be absorbed by modern sector with time but instead it has grown to providing ...
  • Jacob Olang’o Onyango, W Olima, Leah Onyango (International Journal of Arts and commerce, 2012)
    Street vending is the sub-sector of informal businesses that operate in urban spaces meant for other uses. It was believed that street vending would be absorbed by modern sector with time but instead it has grown to providing ...
  • Leah Onyango, Joash Mango, S Desta, S Tezera, Zena Kurui, B Wamubeyi, A Mohammed, A Fatuma (CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS), 2012)
    The village baseline of Denbela Saden village in the CCAFS benchmark site of Yabello in Ethiopia took place from 10th to 12th August 2011. Focus group discussions were conducted separately for men and women. Denbela ...
  • Leah Onyango, Joash Mango, Zena Kurui, B Wamubeyi, H Basisi, E Musoka, George Sayula (CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS), 2012)
    The village baseline study of Kwang’wenda village in the CCAFS benchmark Lushoto site, Tanzania took place from April 27 to 29, 2011. Focus group discussions were conducted separately for men and women. Population growth ...
  • Leah Onyango, Joash Mango, C Bukenya, Zena Kurui, B Wamubeyi, P Birungi, V Barongo (CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS), 2012)
    The village baseline study of Kibaire village in the CCAFS benchmark site Hoima in Uganda took place from 13 to 16 July 2011. Forests are exploited at unsustainable levels in Kibaire but deforestation does not appear to ...
  • Leah Onyango, Joash Mango, A Zziwa, Zena Kurui, B Wamubeyi, O Sseremba, J Asiimwe (CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS), 2012)
    The village baseline study of Kyengeza village in the CCAFS site Kagera Basin – Rakai in Uganda took place from 4 to 6 July 2011. Study participants are aware that their food security depends on protecting and appropriately ...
  • Leah Onyango, Joash Mango, Zena Kurui, B Wamubeyi, Ruth Orlale, Edward Ouko (CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS), 2012)
    This is the report of the village baseline study of Kamuana village in the CCAFS benchmark site of Nyando, Kenya, which took place from 18 to 20 May 2011. Population pressure has created land fragmentation and reduction ...

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