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  • Orucho Justine Amadi and Onyiko kennedy Karani (2021)
    Child Sexual abuse (CSA) is both a social and public health concern worldwide. A common misconception about CSA is that it is a scarce act perpetrated against girls by male strangers. In spite of a plethora of research ...
  • Jack Ogembo , Cellyne Anudo and Benard Kodak (2021)
    The use of music as a method of communicating messages on developing issues and as a source of entertainment accentuates its multifarious role in many societies. Four Kiswahili songs composed by Kenyan musicians and ...
  • Orucho Justine Amadi, Joseph Misati, Onyiko Kennedy Karani (2021)
    Child sexual abuse (CSA) is global prodigy which cuts across all status boundaries ranging from social, economic, cultural and political. This has continued to affect pupils on a daily basis. Even though the present prevalent ...
  • Colin J. Carlson, Maxwell J. Farrell , Zoe Grange , Barbara A. Han , Nardus Mollentze, Alexandra L. Phelan, Angela L. Rasmussen, Gregory F. Albery , Bernard Bett, David M. BrettMajor, Lily E. Cohen, Tad Dallas, Evan A. Eskew, Anna C. Fagre, Kristian M. Forbes, Rory Gibb, Sam Halabi , Charlotte C. Hammer, Rebecca Katz1 , Jason Kindrachuk, Renata L. Muylaert, Felicia B. Nutter, Joseph Ogola, Kevin J. Olival, Michelle Rourke, Sadie J. Ryan Noam Ross, Stephanie N. Seifert, Tarja Sironen, Claire J. Standley, Kishana Taylor, Marietjie Venter, Paul W. Webala (2021)
    Abstract In light of the urgency raised by the COVID-19 pandemic, global investment in wildlife virology is likely to increase, and new surveillance programs will identify hundreds of novel viruses that might someday ...
  • Winfridah Wangui Njung’e a, Elizabeth Kalondu Kamolo (2021)
    Background: Inadequate knowledge of intravenous fluid therapy among health care workers is a leading cause of errors resulting in increased morbidity and mortality in hospitalized patients. Because nurses are the cornerstone ...

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