The Built Environment E-Resources

Department of Architecture
Resource Name: Environmental Building Design Guidelines for Practitioners, Financiers & Developers in East Africa
Resource Link: View Details
Publisher:
Description:
1.0
Introduction
INTRODUCTION
Environmentally conscious buildings have never been
more
central
to
the
welfare
of
our
people
. In
the
olden
Resource Name: Mapping stakeholder positions in the Kenyan land reform process
Resource Link: View Details
Publisher:
Description:
 
ABSTRACT
The debate on land reform in sub-Saharan Africa has moved from the purpose and
direction of reforms to the reasons why proposed reforms are not being implemented.
The literature shows that one of the reasons for failure to implement reforms is
conflicting stakeholder interests. This article proposes stakeholder analysis as a
management tool that may be used to solve this problem. It goes ahead to apply the
Resource Name: Presentation by Prof. Jo Ruoff, Jade University of Applied Sciences, Germany on 17/09/2013
Resource Link: View Details
Publisher:
Description:
Resource Name: Presentation on Heritage Architecture by Nina Nedelykov on 13th March 2013
Resource Link: View Details
Publisher:
Description:
Resource Name: Relational patterns of Urbanization and Economic Growth in Sub-Saharan Africa
Resource Link: View Details
Publisher:
Description:
Abstract
Resource Name: Research in Architecture, by Prof. Jörg Joppien
Resource Link: View Details
Publisher:
Description:
Resource Name: Water, sanitation conditions and implications for child survival in Kenya: A review of statistical evidence from the 1999 census of population
Resource Link: View Details
Publisher:
Description:

Water supply and sanitation are important requisites for basic human needs and primary health care. Their inadequate provision has far reaching economic and humanitarian consequences. In Kenya this is well expressed in terms of child mortality. This paper analyses the mortality rate data from consecutive decennial population censuses conducted in the country from 1979. Water sources and type of sanitation are significant determinants of child mortality, as in any other developing country.

Resource Name: Water, sanitation conditions and implications for child survival in Kenya: a review of statistical evidence from the 1999 census of population
Resource Link: View Details
Publisher:
Description:

Abstract
Water supply and sanitation are important requisites for basic human needs and primary health care. Their
inadequate provision has far reaching economic and humanitarian consequences. In Kenya this is well expressed
in terms of child mortality. This paper analyses the mortality rate data from consecutive decennial population
censuses conducted in the country from 1979. Water sources and type of sanitation are significant determinants

THEMATIC AREAS

News and Events

Contacts Us

Contact Person:

Mr. Tartisio Machinga Kinyanki- Senior Administrator

Email : tmachinga@uonbi.ac.ke

Tel : 020-2318944

Cell : +254770593117

Mary.

Postal Address:

P.O. Box 30197 - 00100Nairobi, Kenya

Physical Address:

Off state house road,opposite YMCA
Fax: 254 (020) 338688
School Email: deanfadd@uonbi.ac.ke

 

Locate us on Map

UoN Website | UoN Repository | ICTC Website


Copyright © 2017. ICT WebTeam, University of Nairobi