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4 years ago

problems facing education among teenagers in Rusinga island

Rusinga Island is home to luo community located in south Nyanza Province. It is surrounded by Lake Victoria and borders Mfangano Island to the south. Estimate population range between 30 000 to 40 000. The main economic activity for the locals is fishing and a little farming. Currently, there is depletion of resources in the island due to exploitation of resources, land degradation, drought, mono cropping and depletion of fish stock in the lake are everywhere; semi arid is the primary climate.

The region is highly affected with HIV epidemic which estimates to 34% of the population i  Continue reading ...


4 years ago

Contacts Of Ministry Of Labour, Social Security And Services Offices In Kenya

Ministry of Labour, Social Security and Services in Kenya has offices located on Block A 7th Floor of NSSF Building in Nairobi.

The postal address of the Ministry of Labour, Social Security and Services Offices in Nairobi is P.O. Box 40326-00100, Nairobi.

The telephone conta of the Ministry of Labour, Social Security and Services in Kenya is (020)2729800.

The website of Kenya Ministry of Labour, Social Security and Services is at http://www.labour.go.ke/.

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4 years ago

How To Start Up Your Own Business In Kenya

Starting a business in Kenya requires one to have various important details covered. Before you start a business, you need to do your research. How will the business bring in money? After how long will the business pick up and start making profits? A research on the idea you hold and want to implement into a good successful business exposes one to know what to expect in the market, how the idea will be accepted by the customers, where put up the business for it to flourish better, the competition in the market, strategies to beat the competition, and all details you need to know on starting  Continue reading ...


4 years ago

Tips To Help You Ask Your Boss For A Raise In Kenya

Kenyans work very hard, and despite the labour law put in place, rarely do they get the payment they deserve.  Most Kenyans find themselves working overtime without being compensated. Let’s face it, after working for any company in Kenya for some time, you should receive an increase in payment. However, this rarely happens, but what you may not know is that your workmates could be getting more money than you for the same amount of work done. How is that possible? You may ask. It’s possible because bosses, especially in the private sector, long since perfected the   Continue reading ...