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YearTitle of ThesisAuthor
2013 Effects of occupational safety and health programs on employee performance (a case of pyrethrum board of Kenya) Abuga, Goeffrey
2013 Factors affecting marketing of timber by small scale businesses: a case of Kawangware and Kangemi-Nairobi Wainaina, Elizabeth Wanjiku
2013 Factors affecting reward management systems in the healthcare sector in Kenya: a case of National Hospital Insurance Fund Odhiambo, Alice Awuor
2013 Factors hindering access of women enterprise fund: a survey of women entrepreneurs in Murang' a municipality Gaititi, Juliah W
2013 Factors Influencing Employer- Employee Relationship in Strategy Execution in Non-Govermental Organisation In Nairobi, Kenya Mori, Lilian
2013 Factors Influencing Investment Decisions in the Parastatals, in Kenya. Wamalwa, Edith N
2013 Factors Influencing Start-up, Growth and Survival of Small and Medium Manufacturing Industries in Kenya: A case study of Baba Dogo and Kariobangi Light Industries Mureithi, Moses Wahome
2013 Factors Influencing use of Credit Cards in Kenyan Commercial Banks in Nairobi County, Kenya Mayabi, Rosebella Inziani
2013 Impact of reforms and modernization programs on the performance of customs services department: a quantitative study on Kenya revenue authority Asala, Jackson Ukiru
2013 Impact of strategic planning on organizational performance: a case study of equator flower farm in Eldoret East District, Kenya Andalya, Caroline K.
2013 Marketing communicaiton strategies in the insurance industry: a case of firms in Nairobi Kabue, Hellen Wanjugu
2013 The effect of child day care facilities on the perfomance of working mothers in the banking industry in Nairobi County, Kenya. Simiyu, Norah Nangami
2013 The effects of competitive strategies on perfomance of dairy farms in Kenya Maluku, Waema
2013 The Impact of the Constituency development Fund Programme on Public Primahy Schools: A Case of Mogotio Constituency. Marigat, Samuel K.
2013 The role of mobile telephony on creating competitive advantage in the informal sector business in Kenya:a survey of Muthurwa Open Market Kimani, Mwaura Reuben

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