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* 2014 KCSE PAST PAPERS
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Land Reclamation and Rehabilitation
Methods of Land Reclamation in Kenya
Irrigation
Water Lifting Devices
Flood Irrigation
Sprinkler Or Overhead Irrigation
Canal Irrigation
Trickle Irrigation
Drip Irrigation
Draina of Swamps
Control of Tsetse Flies
Afforestation
Drought Resistant Crops
Rehabillitation
Afforestation and Reafforestation
Bush Fallowing
Planting Grass Strips Crops
Mulching
BuNeeds
Manuring
Irrigation Schemes in Kenya
Mwea Irrigation Scheme
Sub Factors That Favour Location of Mwea
Ysical Factors
Human Factors
Sub
Organization of the Scheme
Significance of Mwea Irrigation Scheme
Ysical Problems Associated With the Scheme
Possible Solutions
Sub Siltation
Sub Pests
Sub Diseases
Human Problems Associated With the Scheme
Sub Delayed Payment
Sub Political Interference
Land Reclamation in Netherland
Stas of Land Reclamation
Zuider Z Project
Delta Plan
Comparison Bewn Kenynd Netherland
Wildlife
Factors Influencing Wildlife Distribution
Climate
Soil Type
Relief Or Terrain
Vetation
Draina
Distintion Betwn Game Reserves and Santuarie
Location of Wildlife
Significance of Wildlife
Problems Facing Wildlife in East Africa
Poaching
Encroaching of Reserved Area
Over Exploitation of Water Resource
Industrial Waste
Forest Fire
Natural Calamitie
Wild Al
Inadequate Capital
Human Conflict
Pests and Disease
Manament and Conservation of Wildlife
Manament Measure
Wildlife Manament Bodie
Training and Research
Creating Public Awarenes
Sub Translocation
Conservation
Game Reserves
Anti Poaching Units
Ban On Game Hunting
Fencing
Nongovernmental Organizations
Conservation of Forest
Eco Tourism and Pollution Control
Rehabilitation of Land
Research
Establishment of Game Ranche
Tourism
Domestic Tourism
Domestic and International Tourism
Factors Influencing Tourism
Ysical Factor
Scenery
Human Factor
Traditional Culture
Infrastructure
Accommodation
Government Support
Preserved Attraction
Political Stability
Training
Research Program
Tourist Attractionr
Coastal Attraction
Inland Attractions
Significance of Tourism
Problems Facing Tourism R
Insecurity
Terrorism
Demand For Land
Environmental Pollution
Problems Associated With Tourism
Encoura Poaching
Drug Abuse
Social Value
Over Empasize
Srta of Tel
Wildlife and Environment
The Future of Tourism in Kenya
Tourism in Kenynd Switzterland
Similaritie
Difference
Energy
Sources and Types of Energy
Renewable Sources of Energy
Sub Sun
Advantas
Disadvantas
The Wind
Advanta
Disadvanta
Water
Othermal Steam
Mass
Wood
Animals
Tides
Waves
Nonrenewable Sources of Energy
Petroleum
Coal
Natural Gas
Uranium
Summary
Electric Power Projects in Kenynd Uganda
Hydroelectric Power Projects in Kenya
Hydroelectric Power Projects in Uganda
Factors Favouring Development of Hydroelectric Power.
Problems Facing Hydroelectric Power Projects.
Fluctuation of Water Level
Siltation of Reservoirs
Displacement of People
Habitat For Pests and Danrous Animals
Hydroelectric Power Projects in Africa
Othermal Power Projects in Kenya
Significance of Energy.
Domestic Use
Industrie
Transport
Agriculture
Water Supply
Medical Purpose
Thnergy Crisi
Causes of Rgy Crisi
Impact of Rgy Crisis
Transportation Costs
Prices of Commodities
Government Revenue
Cost of Agricultural Inputs
Closing of Industries
Destruction of Forest
Positive Impact
Manament and Conservation of Energy
Industry
Factors Influencing the Location of Industries
Raw Material
Power
Transport and Communication
Ready Market
Labour
Government Policy
Industrial Inertia
Capital
Types of Industrie
Primary Industrie
Secondary Industries
Tertially Industries
Distribution of Industries in Kenya
Market Oriented Industrie
Proximity To Raw Materianimals
Slled Labour Oriented Industrie
Government Policy Industries
Significance of Industrialization To Kenya
Foreign Exchan
Employment Opportunities
Improved Infrastructure
Increase Agricultural Production
Balance of Trade
Diversification of Thconomy
Foster Good International Relations
The Formation of Operative Societies
Growth of Settlement
Problems Facing Industrie
Srta of Capital
Srta of Raw Material
Poor Infrastructure
Inadequate Market
Problems of Industrialization.
Pollution
Tendency To Neglect Agriculture
Reduction of Job Opportunities
Depletion of Resources
Repatriation of Profits
Erosion of Traditional Values
Ruralurban Migration
Cotta Industry
Cotta Industries in Kenya
Sub Examples of Cotta Industries
Cotta Industry in India
Sub Characteristics of Industries in India
Sub Factors Cotta Industries in India
Sub Problems Facing Cotta Industries in India
Suenefits of Cotta Industries in India
Sub Similarities With Kenya
Sub Differences With Kenya
Iron and Stl Industry in the Ruhr Region of Rmany.
Factors Leading To Development of Iron and Stl
Entrepreneurial Culture and Capital
Ruhr Conurbation
Ruhr Coal Field
River
Easy Water Transport
Slled Labour
Car Manufacture and Electronics Industries in Japan
Manpower
Hard Worng and Enterprising
Availability of Capital
Advanced Technology
Abundant Water Supply
Accessibility
Availability of Markets
Affordability of Products
Manufacturing Zones in Japan
Modes of Transport
Land Transport
Sub Human and Al Transport
Sub Road Transport
Intercontinental Highways
Sub Railway Transport
Sub Pipeline
Water Transport
Sub Sea Water Transport
Main Vessel
Container
Sea Route
Major Sea Route
Sub Inland Water Ways.
Sub Lakes
Sub Cananimals
The Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Seaway
Sub Role of the Seaway
Air Transport
Sub Advantas of Air Transport
Sub Disadvantas of Air Transport
Types of Communication
Verbal Communication
Written Communication
Audio Visual
Telecomunication
Role of Transport and Communication
Trade
Industrialization
Mobility of Labour
International Understanding
Government Policies
Development of Settlements
Employment
Exploitation of Natural Resources
Limitations of Transport
Ysical Limitations of
Land Locked Countrie
Solutions
Topograical Limitations.
Inhabited Land.
Solution
Thick Vetation
Human Limitations
Political Barriers
Poor Technology
High Fuel Costs
Security
Unfavorable Laws R
Types of Trade
Internal Trade
Retail Trade
Regional Trade
International Trade
Imports
Exports
Factors That Influence Trade.
Demand and Supply
Natural Resources
Economic Unions
Economic Development
Population
Nature of Exports
Political Relationship
Trade Restriction
Different Currencies
Differenechnological Levels
Existence of Aid To Trade
Major Exports and Imports of Kenya.
Significance of Trade To Kenya.
Economic Growth
Industrial Growth
Spacialization
Source of Revenue
Market
Availability of Commodities
Quality of Products
Related
Settlements
Regional Cooperation
Problems Facing Trade in Kenya
Value of Kenya's Export
Fluctuation of Price
Ignorance About Good
Competition
Smuggling and Corruption
The Future of International Trade in Kenya
Trade Fare
Tariff
Ministry of Trade and Industry
International Trade Agrment
Export Processing Zone
Negative Impact
The Role of Regional Trading Block
European Economic Community (c)
of C
Common Market For Eastern and Southern Africa (comesa)
of Comesa
Achievements of Comesa
Southern African Development Community (sadc)
Thconomic Community of West African States (ecowas)
of Ecowas
Achievement of Ecowas
East African Community
Achievements of Eac
Latin American Fr Trade Association (lafta)
Factors Influencing Population Distribution
Rainfall
Relief
Soils
Historical Factors
Economical Factors
Political Factors
Population Growth
Natural Growth
Crude Death Rate
Numerical Growth
Factors Influencing Population Growth
Reasons For Declining Fertility
Sub Mortality
Migration
Causes of Migration
Pressure On Land
Employment Opportunitie
Forced Migration
Types of Migration
Rural To Urban
Rural To Rural
Urban To Rural
Urban To Urban
External Migration
Effects of Migration
Effect On the Destination
Effect On Individual
Population Structure
O
Significance of Population Structure
Planning
Dependency Ratio
Sex Ratio
Consequences of Population Growth
Over Population
Underdevelopment
Unemployment
Poor Using and Health Facilities
Under Utilization of Agricultural Resources
Slow Industrial Growth
Bias in Traditional Attitudes
Effect On Gross Domestic Product
Under Population
Population betwn Kenynd Sweden
Selement
Types of Settlements
Urban Settlement
Factors Influencing Location of Settlement
Ph
Hysical Factor
Pests and Diseases
Economic Factor
Cultural and Religious Factorr
Historical Factor
Settlement Pattern
Nucleated
Reason
Linear
Scattered
Radial
Distribution of Major Urban Centre
Rapid Population Increase
Transport Routes
Mining
Industrial
Administration
Education Institutions
Ograical Inertia
Industrial Centre of Thika.
Factors That Led To the Growth of Thika Town
High Population
Abundant Suply of Water
Proximity To Nairobi
Land
Social Amenities
Raw Materianimals
Functions of Thika Town
Lake Port of Sumu.
Factors Leading To Growth of Sumu
Long History
Strategic Location
Fresh Water
Agricultural Hinterland
Education Institution
Administrative Service
Functions of Sumu Town
Administrative Centre
Tourism Centre
Education Centre
Communication Centre
Industrial Centre
Religious Centre
Commercial Centre
Agricultural Collection Centre
Recreation Centre
Financial Centre
Agricultural Collecting Centre.
Factors That Led To the Growth of Eldoreown
Rich Agricultural Hinterland
Key Collecting Centre
Availability of Land
Education Facilitie
Availability of Social Amenitie
Tourist Centre
Availability of Power
Functions of Eldoreown
Related Studies of Nairobi and New York
Factors That Led To the Growth of Nairobi City
Population Immigration
International Centre
Challens Facing Nairobi City
Inadequate Using
Traffic Constion
Inadequate Social Amenitie
Crime and Security
New York City
Factors That Led To the Growth of New York City
Presence of Sea Port
Education and Cultural Centre
Recreational and Cultural Centre
Challens Facing New York City
Study of MombassaPort
Factors That Led To the Growth of Mombasa Port
Lar Hinterland
Tourist and Cultural Centre
Rotterdam Port
Factors That Led To the Growth of Rotterdam Port
Warm, Climatic Conditions
Lar and Rich Interland
Modern Spping Facilities
Effects of Urbanization
National Unity
Improved Communication
Negativffects
Crime and Insecurity
Juvenile Delinquency
Urban Spraw
 

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