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The Economics of Displacement: A Study of the Changing Gender Roles, Relations and it's Impact on the Livelihood and Empowerment of Women Refugees in Kenyan Camps
(Moi University. Center for Refugee Studies; Moi University Press, 2004)
The phenomenon of the world's refugees and internally displaced persons is among the most complicated issues facing the international community today. The situation in Africa is particularly grave. Despite some positive ...
The Crisis of Governance: Politics and Ethnic Conflict in Kenya
(Moi University. Center for Refugee Studies; Moi University Press, 2009)
The most pronounced characteristics of Kenya's governance since independence in 1963 are ethnicity, ethnic conflict and the politics of patronage and clientelism. Today, Kenya is more ethnically divided than it has ever ...