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LEVEL OF EXPOSURE TO RISK FACTORS FOR NONCOMMUNICABLE DISEASES AMONG THE YOUTH IN BUNGOMA COUNTY KENYA
Author(s):
Situma Jane
These behavioral risk factors mostly affect the youth thus the purpose of this study was to assess the level of exposure to the risk factors for noncommunicable diseases among the youth in Bungoma Cou...
Journal:
International Journal of Multidisciplinary Academic Research
Publication Date: 11th.Feb.2019   (Publication)
 
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Donor Support to the Nutrition Sector in Kenya Mapping Report
Author(s):
Faith M.Thuita
Timely nutrition-specific interventions NSI at critical points in the lifecycle can have a dramatic impactrnon reducing malnutrition globally if taken to scale in high-burden countries. If scaled to 9...
Journal:
Department for International Development.
Publication Date: 1st.Mar.2020   (Publication)
 
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Assessment of Drinking Water Quality from the Malakisi River in Western Kenya
Author(s):
Joan Mwiluka Tenge
Piped water supply is rare in Bungoma west Teso and Mount Elgon sub- County in western Kenya. The only water treatment plant which had been constructed along the Malakisi River upstream at Chesikaki i...
Journal:
International Journal for innovative Research
Publication Date: 1st.Apr.2015   (Publication)
 
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Factors associated with low birth weight among neonates born at Olkalou District Hospital Central Region Kenya
Author(s):
OM Muchemi, Muiru Josphine Wanja, Matheka Muoki Francis, Maryanne Muriuki
ninety-two percent of Low Birth WeightLBW infants are born in developing countries 70 in Asia and 22 in Africa. WHO and UNICEF estimate LBW in Kenya as11 and 6by 2009 Kenya Demographic Health Survey. ...
Journal:
Pan African Medical Journal
Publication Date: 15th.Jun.2015   (Publication)
 
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Factors associated with uptake of dual contraception among HIV-infected women in Bungoma County Kenya
Author(s):
Agnes Mideva Mulongo
dual contraception the use of non-barrier contraceptive method in combination with condoms is an effective strategy in the elimination of mother-to-child transmission eMTCT of human immunodeficiency v...
Journal:
The Pan African Medical
Publication Date: 2nd.Nov.2017   (Publication)
 
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Factors Contributing to Low Productivity and Food Insecurity in Bungoma County Kenya
Author(s):
Marystella Wabwoba
Food is a basic necessity of life. It is a basic means of sustenance and key for healthyrnand productive life. If Kenya is to continue to cut down on health costs and competernin a global economy it s...
Journal:
Integrative Food Sciences Nutrition
Publication Date: 16th.Apr.2018   (Publication)
 
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CHILD ABUSE INFLUENCE ON LOWER PRIMARY SCHOOL PUPILS ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT IN A RURAL SETTING IN KENYA
Author(s):
Mukami T. Mutua
Child abuse is a practice in which children are maltreated battered or deprived of some basicrnneeds in the home street religious houses or at school by the elderly Denga Dengarn2007. Centres for Dis...
Journal:
International Journal of Law Humanities Social Science
Publication Date: 15th.Jun.2016   (Publication)
 
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Risk factors for ocular surface squamous neoplasia in Kenya: a casecontrol study
Author(s):
Stephen Gichuhi
Ocular surface squamous neoplasia OSSN is a spectrum of disease in the conjunctiva and cornea that ranges from intraepithelial neoplasia to invasive squamous cell carcinoma. It usually presents as a u...
Journal:
Tropical Medicine and International Health
Publication Date: 7th.Oct.2016   (Publication)
 
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Malaria and Geohelminthiasis Coinfections in Expectant Women: Effect on Maternal Health and Birth Outcomes in a Malaria Endemic Region in Kenya
Author(s):
Wekesa Antony Wanyonyi
Parasitic infections such as malaria and geohelminthiasis are life-threatening as well as the leading cause of mortality in developing countries particularly in risky groups such as children under fiv...
Journal:
Journal of Parasitology Research
Publication Date: 29th.Nov.2018   (Publication)
 
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Epidemiology and surveillance of human animal-bite injuries and rabies post-exposure prophylaxis in selected counties in Kenya 20112016
Author(s):
Jeremiah Ngurimu Ngugi
Human animal-bite injuries are a serious public health problem due to associated risk for rabies virus exposure. Animal-bite injuries especially dog bites are useful indicators for assessing the risk ...
Journal:
BMC Public Health
Publication Date: 8th.Feb.2015   (Publication)
 
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