What is National Integration?
Integration means unification into a whole. - The act of combining or bring together various parts in a way that makes them one. National integration refers to the process by which various components of a nation are brought together into a whole leading to national unity
Importance of National Integration
Why is National Integration a priority in Kenya?
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In the absense of integration and lack of goodwill, this is what happens
How do proponents of violence look like?
Factors that promote national unity in Kenya
Factors that undermine national unity in Kenya
Impunity creates undisputed war mongers
Steps have been taken by the Kenyan government to promote national integration since independence
Levels of conflicts found in Kenya
The factors that cause conflict
Peaceful methods of conflict resolution
a) Diplomacy/negotiation. This is a dialogue between two warring parties in order to reach an agreement over a dispute. The following steps are followed in negotiation;
Steps followed in mediation;
e) Legislation – where the parliament passes laws to control conflict.
f) Workshops – this is where conflicting parties talk in the presence of facilitators and tries to work out a resolution to the problem.
g) Arms inspection – the government in order to build confidence and prevent misunderstanding between warring parties carries it out.
Negative methods of conflict resolution
a. Subjugation (use of war)
b. Avoiding responsibility and refusing to accept defeat
Under what circumstances violent method may be used in resolving conflict?
a. When law and order is broken and the alternative is the use of force
b. In case of serious social unrest
c. Striking students or workers, street mobs and bandits
Definition of Transport
a) Traditional means of transport
Also referred to as the ship of the desert. What makes a camel ideal in desert transport?
Advantages of animal transport.
KCSE History revision papers and answers; also Mocks
History and Government Exams of 21st Century with marking schemes
Importance of the discovery and use of the steamship.
Importance of space exploration to man.
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ORGANIZATION OF AFRICAN SOCIETIES.
Despite the high amount of decentralization of African communities in the 19th c , there existed a few who were centralized. For example, Buganda, Ethiopia, Buganda, Asante, Mandinka, Ndebele and shona among others.
The Establishment and Impact of Omani Rule at the East African Coast
Introduction to the Slave Trade in East Africa
Portuguese Administration at the coast
The collapse of Portuguese rule
Introduction to the coming of the Portuguese
The Coming of Arabs to East Africa by 650AD
Contacts between East Africa and the Outside World Up To the 19th Century
The East African coast
The existing documentaries and archaeological evidence about the historical information on the east African coast include;
Industrial Revolution in Europe
The scientific Revolution