The Role of Regional Integration in Promoting Peace and Security: A Case of East African Community

Peace and security are vital components in any integration, and they have continued to major guise challenges in most parts of the world. There have been attempts to form regional integration in East Africa before with failure due to some issues including political and economic bad will disfavoring regional co-operation. The community of East Africa had a significant objective of uplifting the economies of its members namely: Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi and South Sudan. This could have been achieved through trade. Nonetheless, the challenges met did not favor the integration.

Effect Of Performance Appraisal On Employee Motivation At Ministry Of East African Community, Labour And Social Protection

The aim of the study was to establish the effect of performance appraisal on employee motivation at the Ministry of East Africa Community, Labour and Social Protection. The research study adopted a descriptive research design in form of a survey and a sample size of one hundred and twenty (120) respondents drawn from all the departments in the Ministry ranging from different job groups which included the senior management (Job Group P and Above), middle level management (job group J to N) and lower level employees (job group A to H).

Dispute settlement within the East African Community: The East African Court of Justice and its jurisdiction

This research paper contains results on the study carried out on the jurisdiction of the East African Court of Justice and its effectiveness in promoting the objectives of the East African Community. It provides an in depth analysis of the East African Community and its objectives and dwells on the East African Court of Justice as one of the organs of the Community. The study is based on an analysis of various treaties, written works and case law.

Movements and spatial patterns of Mastomys erythroleucus in maize cropping systems in the Kenyan Rift Valley

We studied movements and spatial patterns of Mastomys erythroleucus in four permanent capturemark- recapture grids in maize cropping systems in the Kenyan Rift Valley. Mean daily movements were affected by maize crop phenology. There was also a significant interaction effect between sex and crop phenology on daily movements. Ranging distances varied by sex with males ranging further than females between successive captures. The majority of marked individuals remained within 20 m of their point of first capture for the three consecutive days in each trapping period.

Monitoring of livestock health and production in sub-Saharan Africa

We begin by stressing that relevant and adequate information is an essential ingredient of efficient decision-making processes aimed at optimising the performance of livestock enterprises. Such decisions are universally made, so that though different approaches may be required, animal health and production monitoring (HPM) is as important in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) as it is in livestock systems in other parts of the world.

Perspectives of regional integration in the East African Community

This paper analyses the perspectives of Regional Integration in the East African Community. It delves into the process, prospects and challenges towards integrating the East African Community countries of Kenya. Uganda. Tanzania, Rwanda and Burundi. The authors argue that integration remains an important avenue of capital formation and collective self-reliance. The federalism. functionalism and Baregu's imperatives provide the theoretical lenses of the paper. The central question thus; does integration better positions economies tor faster economic development?

The Management Of Natural Resource Based Conflicts In Africa: A Case Study Of The Mau Forest Complex, (Kenya), 1963 - 2010

This study examines the linkage between natural resource scarcity and conflicts in Kenya’s Mau Forest Complex (MFC), focusing on land and forests. Like other forests, the Mau offers immense ecosystem and socio-economic benefits to local communities and to the entire nation, its neighboring countries and beyond. Despite this importance, the last five decades have seen large portions of forest land converted into human settlements through clearing.

The East AfricanRhizobium MIRCEN; A framework for promoting regionally co-ordinated biological nitrogen fixation

The Nairobi MIRCEN, which addresses itself to N2-fixation by legume-rhizobia systems, was established in 1977 in the Departments of Soil Science and Botany of the University of Nairobi as one of the first four MIRCENs. The centre embraces Eastern Africa region. The countries served include Uganda, Sudan, Tanzania, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Rwanda, Lesotho, Malawi, Mauritius, Ethiopia and Kenya. Its broad responsibilities include collection, identification, maintenance, testing and distribution of rhizobia cultures compatible with leguminous crops of the region.

The Lake Victoria water hyacinth: its Implications for international environmental Conflicts (IECS) management and regional Relations in East Africa

The study investigates the real and potential conflicts generated by the Lake Victoria water hyacinth, and their implications for international environmental conflict management including the regional and international relations of the three East African countries. The study reaches the following conclusions: Firstly, although the water hyacinth generated conflicts are latent or convert and may only be evident in a given context, the problem must be tackled from a regional perspective.

Settlement Origins and Development on the Kenya Coastal Hinterland." Urban Origins in East Africa

The precolonial trading systems of the East African interior have a great antiquity ml can best be understood by employing a multidisciplinary approach including archaeology, oral traditions, linguistic evidence and documentary sources. Two types oj trade, namely subsistence-oriented and nonsubsistence-oriented or long-distance frai, can be identified.


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