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    • Abortion and Sanctity of Human Life 

      Njagi, Reuben, K (Tangaza College, 2009)
      Abortion remains one of the most famous debated social and moral issues. Both pro-life and pro-choice groups present powerful arguments for and against abortion. The pro-life group emphasizes the value of protecting human ...
    • Access to Justice Regarding Property Rights for Widows: A Case of Three Wards in Nairobi City County, Kenya 

      Muteithia, Catherine (Tangaza University College, 2019-08)
      The problem investigated by this study was access to justice regarding property rights for widows in Kasarani, Kibera and Kayole wards in Nairobi City County. The injustice suffered by widows in Kenya casts doubts on the ...
    • The Acquisition Of English Language Sentence Structure In Nairobi Kindergarten Schools: A Case Study Of Our Lady Of Guadalupe Nursery School, Nairobi 

      Kpanah, Petronilla Ifeoma (Tangaza University College, 2003)
      This research was designed to study the acquisition of English Language Sentence Structure in Nairobi Kindergarten Schools. Our Lady of Guadalupe Nursery School was chosen as a case study. The objectives of the study ...
    • The Acquisition of English Language Sentence Structure in Nairobi Kindergaten Schools: Case Study of Our Lady of Guadalupe Nursery School Nairobi. 

      Kpanall, Petronilla Ifeoma (Tangaza University College, 2004-05)
      This research was designed to study the acquisition of English Language Sentence Structure in Nairobi Kindergarten Schools. Our Lady of Guadalupe Nursery School was chosen as a case study. The objectives of the study ...
    • Active Non-Violence: A Means of Personal and Social Change 

      Kokonya, Pamela Achieng (Tangaza University College, 2001-04)
      Violence is as old as humanity. Efforts have always been there at various levels to minimize it yet the world today appears to be more violent than ever. More weapons than ever stand poised at all times on the brink of ...
    • Acts of Compassion In The Synoptic Gospels 

      Mutuku, Dominic, Wambua (Tangaza College, 2009)
      The work at hand is an exposition of the acts of compassion in the synoptic gospels, most of which are associated with Jesus himself, whereby he is moved with compassion for people in different kinds of needs. Mostly, ...
    • Adoption and Impact of OER in the Global South 

      Edited by Williams, Cheryl Hodgkinson; Edited Arinto, Patricia (African Minds, the International Development Research Centre (IDRC) and the Research on Open Educational Resources for Development (ROER4D) project., 2017)
      The Research on Open Educational Resources for Development (ROER4D) project was proposed to investigate in what ways and under what circumstances the adoption of Open Educational Resources (OER) could address the increasing ...
    • The Advantages of Coeducation in Kenyan Colleges. 

      waeni kamweli, Rosa (Tangaza University College, 2001-05)
      The aims of this research was to find out the advantages of coeducation in Kenyan colleges. To be able to make the study, two religious-run colleges with males and females studying together were chosen. The colleges were ...
    • Adverse Childhood Experiences and associated correlates among Adolescents at a Rural Private High School in Kenya 

      Mutamba, Everlyne (Journal of Child & Adolescent Mental Health, 2020)
      The study’s aim was to examine the relationship between ACEs and associated correlates among adolescents at a rural private high school in Kenya. An analytical cross-section research design was used, 595 adolescents aged ...
    • Affirmative Thought and Action as a Key To Youth Ministry 

      Projectus, Rutasitara (Tangaza University College, 2002-02-07)
      To begin with. I think these words are proper to serve as an orienting spirit of our work in looking at the general scene of young people and the faith I am obliged to think that we now have a new situation. It is not ...
    • Africa and the Kingdom Of Peace and Justice 

      Hieronymus, Joy (Tangaza University College, 1998-02-16)
      STRUCTURE: The work is divided into four chapters. The first chapter discusses the Kingdom of God in Africa. This should be relevant in this essay as we cannot understand the whole discussion about the values of God's ...
    • African And Christian Perspective On Widowhood Rite 

      Acquaye, Emmanuel (Tangaza University College, 2005)
      One of the earliest Christian movements to arrive in Ghana was the Catholic Church, which made its debut in around 1899. The missionary zeal couple with the dedication of the local catechist and clergy enabled the church ...
    • African Christian Theology of Reconstruction 

      Maganya, Halerimana (Tangaza University College, 2001-02)
      Africa is in crisis, and indeed in a deep crisis, which from the analysis of many, makes it a hopeless continent, ever degenerating and not capable of shaping its own future positively. We would have expected that with ...
    • The African Concept Of Marriage And The Inculturation Process 

      Muichavali, Benedict (Tangaza University College, 2003)
      Culture is a set of meanings and values that organize human life and a world view In the life of each individual and especial!) the faithful. there are particular significant and decisive moments for discerning Gods call ...
    • African Constitutions in the Context of Democracy, Human Rights, Peace and Development 

      Matata, Cons (Journal Of Humanities And Social Science, 2016-07)
      African countries that observe democracy and human rights tend to be stable and are recording rapid economic growth. On the other hand, African countries which have reneged on democracy by banning open democratic competitions, ...
    • African Death Rite Of Passage, Dialogue And Inculturation 

      Obbo, Stephen Benedict (Tangaza University College, 2000-02)
      One of the objectives of this paper is to lead to a deeper understanding of the mystery of death and the rituals surrounding it. The term "death" is commonly understood as "end of life" - and human experience seems to ...
    • African Debt Crisis 

      Gonzalez, Armando Ramos (Tangaza University College, 1997-04)
      The Third World debt crisis has been dragging on for over 15 years'. In 1990, the Third World debt exceeded a trillion dollars. With dimension so gargantuan, one wonders if it is not beyond hope and repair. In the face ...
    • An African Exodus: Special Reference to the Exodus of the Baoule of Ivory Coast 

      Yao Paulin, Kouassi Aoussou (Tangaza University College, 2005)
      Today, in a special way I remember my childhood like it was yesterday. I remember the nice smell of the sand when it rained, when we went to farm all day and came back very tired, and the special moment when we met in ...
    • The African Family Before And After Industrialization 

      Epajja, Constantine (Tangaza University College, 1997-02)
      I intend in this paper to explore and show how life was lived in the African Traditional family community before the period of industrialization. What the African concept sustained and helped the extended family to ...
    • The African Family: A Comparative Approach To The Trinity 

      Awity Sheith Oluoch, Maurice (Tangaza University College, 2001-02)
      The doctrine of the Trinity is central to the Christian revelation. In fact the confession of one God in three persons is rightly regarded as proper and specific to Christian faith and revelation. This Trinitarian ...