University Of Nairobi (uonbi) Repository

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  • The Female Autobiographical Voice in Independent Kenya 

    Muchiri, Jennifer N (University of Nairobi2008)
    This study sets out to analyse the female autobiographical voice In independent Kenya. The study investigates the body of female autobiographies as it exists In Kenya. focusing on the nature and function of autobiography …
  • The Treatment Of Social Injustices In Charles Dickens’s Works 

    Odari, Masumi Hashimoto (University of Nairobi2010)
    This study critically analyses and examines Charles Dickens’s portrayal of social injustices during the Victorian era in his works. Dickens, an internationally renowned writer whose works are still widely read all over …
  • INTEGRATION AND USE OF INSTITUTIONAL REPOSITORIES IN PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES 

    Talam, Peninah (University of Nairobi2014)
    The aim of this study was to assess the integration and use of institutional repositories in public universities with special reference to the University of Nairobi. Objectives of the study were to; assess the development …
  • Prevalence Of Vitamin D Deficiency In Adult Human 
Immunodeficiency Virus Infected Persons At District Hospital In Nairobi, Kenya 

    Wambui, A.Odhiambo, A.Achieng, L.Otieno, C.FBhatt, S.M (University of Nairobi2018)
    Abstract: Background : The increased availability of highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART) for Human immunodeficiency virus ( HIV ) infected patients has led to significant reduction in mortality. …
  • Serum Ferritin Levels In Patients With Sickle Cell Anaemia At The Kenyatta National Hospital

    Oyiro, PeterMwanda, WalterOdhiambo, AndrewOgutu, EllyOtieno, C . FFatuma, Abdallah (University of Nairobi2018)
    Abstract: Background: The iron levels in Sickle Cell Anaemia (SCA) is thought to be increased because of the repeated red cell transfusion, haemolysis with subsequ ent recycling and accumulation of …

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