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Joseph Onjala Publications
12016Relational Patterns Of Urbanization And Economic Growth In Sub-Saharan Africa
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22016Chinese Direct Investments In Africa: Motivations And Environmental Implications
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32015Deepening China - Africa Cooperation: Implementation Mechanisms And Financing Options For Three Networks And Industrialization In Kenya
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42015The Emerging Dominance Of Chinese Foreign Direct Investment In Kenya’s Mineral Resources Windfalls
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52015The Chinese Factor In Africa’s Urban Infrastructure Development: Lessons From Nairobi And Kisumu Cities In Kenya
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62015Local Economic Development And Regional Planning In Poverty Reduction At County Levels In Kenya
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72015Sustainable Development Goals: Implications For Urban Planning In Kenya
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82015China’s African Economic Policy: An Overview And Assessment
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92014Risk Perception, Choice Of Drinking Water And Water Treatment: Evidence From Kenyan Towns
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102013 “Merchandize Trading Between Kenya And China: Implications For East African Community (EAC)”
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112013Great Continental Shift: Staggering Change In Chinese Investment In Africa From Public To Private Sector
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122013Economic Evaluation Of Roads Infrastructure Projects In Galkaiyo, Somaliland
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132013An Evaluation Of The Implementation Of The African Development Bank’s Involuntary Resettlement Policy In Africa
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142013Call Of The Wildlife: Africa's Abundance Of Flora And Fauna Are A Tourist Draw, But One That Requires Protection
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152013Time For Development To Be Clean: Public And Private Sectors Must Work Together To Solve Africa's Water Crisis
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162013Risk Perception, Choice Of Drinking Water, And Water Treatment
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172013Onjala, J. 2013. Time For Development To Be Clean: Public And Private Sectors Must Work Together To Solve Africa's Water Crisis, June 14-20. China Daily-Africa Weekly. :page7. 
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182013Academics Help Shape Multitude Of Dreams: Think Tanks Forums Provide The Best Avenue For Exchanges Between Scholars From Two Sides.
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192013Policies Towards Strengthening Cities As Engines Of National Economic Growth In Sub-Saharan Africa
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202013Constructing Chinese And African Soft Power: Upgrading Kenya’s Trading Engagements Within Sino-Africa Relations
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212013Transport Infrastructure Integration In Eastern Africa: Security Implications For The Indian Ocean Rim Partners
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222012“The Experience Of Chinese Support For Infrastructure: How Relevant Is It For Kenya?”
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232012“Kenya’s Implementation Of The 5th FOCAC Plan Of Action: Hollow Commitments And Lack Of In-Country Support”.
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242012Risk Perception, Choice Of Drinking Water And Water Treatment: Evidence From Kenyan Towns
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252012Natural Resource Discoveries: Whither East African Infrastructure?
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262012Establishment & Operation Of Garowe Fish Market In Puntland: Options For The Type And Structure Of PPP
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272011Introduction
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282011Viability Assessment And Tariff Rate Structure For The Sheikh Water System In Somaliland.
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292010Do Think Tanks Benefit From APRM Work? Kenya’s Experience
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302010Report On The Status Of Pastoralists
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312010Impacts Of China
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322010The Relevance Of China
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332010Globalization And The Urban Development: Towards Trilateral Exchange And Cooperation Between Africa, China And Europe
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342010Change Evaluation By TWAWEZA
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352009“China’s Comparative Trade, Aid And Investment Behaviour In Kenya Vis-a-viz India And The European Union (EU)”
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362009Microfinance In The Water Supply And Sanitation Sector In Kenya
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372009Water Credit Viability Assessment In The Mara River Basin- Bomet And Narok South Districts, Kenya
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382008“Decentralization And The Need For Local Social, Political, And Economic Considerations In Water Resource Allocation In Madagascar And Kenya”
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392008“Methodology For Value Chain Analysis In ICT Industry: Frameworks For The Study Of Africa”
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402008Do Think Tanks Benefit From APRM Work? Kenya’s Experience
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412008Exit The State: Decentralization And The Need For Local Social, Political, And Economic Considerations In Water Resource Allocation In Madagascar And Kenya1
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422007“Water And Electricity Services Provision In Kenya”.
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432007“Business Environment In Kenya.”
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442007Kenya's Socio-Economic Environment
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452007Essential Services-Electricity And Water: The Challenges And Options For Business In Kenya
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462007Production In Global Value Chains And The Creation Of Decent Work: Frameworks For The Study Of Africa
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472006The 5th Human Development Report For Kenya 2006: Human Security And Human Development
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482005The 4th Human Development Report For Kenya 2004. Industrialization And Human Development
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492002 "Ranking Environmental Services In Different Countries"
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502002Good Intentions, Structural Pitfalls: Early Lessons From Urban Water Commercialisation Attempts In Kenya
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512002Regulating Industrial Wastewater In Kenya: Towards An Appropriate Institutional Arrangement
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522001Industrial Water Demand In Kenya
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532000 "Economic Growth And Development In Kenya Since Independence"
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541995Pollution By Sugar Industries In Kenya The Damage To Communities Along River Nyando
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