Regionalism in Eastern Africa: Lessons Learnt From the Defunct East African Community

This study examines the extent at which the revived East African Community institutions have resolved the institutional problems that bedeviled the defunct of East African Community. The study identified the institutional problems of the defunct EAC and draws lessons learnt to help in the formation of the revived one. The study employs both primary and secondary methods of data collection. Primary data was derived from interviews with key informants from government ministries and experts. The informants were purposely selected for their experience and competence in EAC matters.

Coping with cancer in sub-Saharan Africa

With mortality rates from cancer in sub-Saharan Africa approaching those in developed countries, there is clearly a need for improved methods of treatment, especially chemotherapy. But there are many obstacles in the way, ranging from the fatalistic belief that all cancer is incurable to critical shortages of trained personnel, facilities, and drugs. The author proposes an orderly programme for overcoming these problems.

The practice of strategic leadership at wrigley company east africa limited kenya

The purpose of the study was to establish the extent of strategic leadership practices at Wrigley East Africa. The study was carried out through a case study design. The study made use of primary data. Interview guides were used to solicit data on the changes in the Wrigley East Africa's environment and the responses thereto. Respondents of the study were 10 managers drawn from the all departments, namely; finance manager, marketing manager, human resource manager, general management, sales manager, and quality assurance manager among other Factory managers.

Strategic response by Kenya Railways Corporation in achieving standard railway operations within East Africa

The history of rail transport dates back nearly 500 years and includes systems with man or horse power and wooden/stone rails. Modern rail transport system first appeared in England in the 1820s. These systems which made use of the Steam Locomotive were the first practical form of mechanized land transport. Starting with the opening of the first Shinkansen line between Tokyo and Osaka in 1964, high speed rail transport, functioning at speeds up and above 300 km/h has been built in several countries.

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