Although colonialism was viewed negative by farmers who were getting their lands taken away, Kenya did benefit through British colonization. Throughout a new government, conversion in religion, and change in jobs and schooling, Kenya was affected educationally, religiously, socially,
1/1986 on Economic management for renewed growth, Kenya’s vision 2030 among other sources. Kenya’s foreign policy is guided by a strong belief that its own future is tied to the stability and security of its environment and its heritage as its basic source of Kenya’s
Second, we will go over some medical statistics of the country. Followed by a brief synopsis of the education system, and finally we will go over Kenya’s ability to provide its own energy production. We will begin first by covering the general security and crime of Kenya. In Kenya terrorism is a threat in major cities, along the coast, and in the northern border of the country, especially those encompassing Kenyan, and western interests. Since 2011, terrorist attacks have resulted in the deaths of hundreds of people.
Organised ancient weaponry can be destructive as seen in Rwanda. And it also had an affect on Kenya. Entrance to arms is becoming easier day by day thinking of the level of conflicts that are degenerated to war in Africa, especially in Kenya. Impacts of conflict in Kenya 1. Community and Social Structure According to Dele conflicts wreck society social structure and women and children are mostly targets.
Urbanization is seen as an effect of the current globalization phenomenon, as people, through their view of urban centers as a rich source of employment and access to other economic activities, coupled with the fact that social amenities are available in urban areas as opposed to rural areas, continue to migrate to urban areas to access this facilities. Urbanization is defined as the continued proportional increase of an entire population which live in urban areas and the surrounding sub-urban areas. It is a function of population increase, which can occur through natural growth within the existing population and rural-urban or urban-urban migration. (Owuor,2012).Urbanization is greatly linked to industrialization which took place in the mid 18th century in parts of Europe and which many countries continue to experience. As industries continued to grow, there was emergence of towns due to concentration of labor in the industrial areas and the emerging needs for housing and other social amenities for the factory
Kenya has a lot of unutilized opportunities and resources. Kenya has a population of 40% underage the bigger number of this percentage is below 15. One of the great resources Kenya is blessed with great human power and great soil for agriculture, if this is utilized to the maximum it will be a great stepping stone towards eradication of poverty. The only challenge is water systems. There is need to have advanced means of farming with use of minimal water.
If Hygiene is not maintained than the diseases would easily pass over the country and will affect everybody. In Kenya the death rate is so high it’s about 16 per 1000 people and it’s over double of china. In china 0.1% of people have H.I.V but in Kenya, 6.7% of people have H.I.V which is a big reason for the death rates in Kenya. There are many reasons why Kenya death rates are high and china death rates are low many of the reasons are as Kenya has a lot of diseases, Kenya also is very hot due to the instability of the weather forecast there is not the adequate percentage of rain in Kenya. China has low death rate because there is good water supply in china.
In addition to this, Platteau and Baland (2001) observed that the major mode of land acquisition in most sub-Saharan African countries is by the means of inheritance. Also, access to resources such as water and to services such as sanitation and electricity, as well as the ability to make long-term investments in land and housing, are often dependent on rights to access land (Cooper, 2010a). Land inheritance reduces the size of land per individual in a case where a father has many children to inherit the land. This is almost the same case in Kanduyi sub county in Bungoma county, where the farmers could be experiencing the same challenges and thus making many of them to withdraw from sugarcane farming and mainly getting involved in other farming activities because sugarcane farming requires relatively large size of land. This move has really affected the sugar industry in Kenya considering the fact that western part of Kenya is the leading producer of sugar, and in particular, Bungoma county where Nzoia sugar company; one of the key players in Kenya’s sugar industry is
Kenya is increasingly becoming a multicultural society which has created challenges for how the new Kenyan society, which is comprised of the people who were born from the period of the late C 20th and the present age. Multiculturalism within the region of East Africa has grown exponentially considering the deep roots various cultures in East Africa have maintained since the elimination of the initial practitioners of the ‘real African culture’. When labor force was highly on demand some 50 years ago, migrants from all over the North, Central and Western African region found it suitable to migrate. This migration has enabled sociologists to understand the origin of interethnic relations; this however not pertaining to the class environment