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Vacancy Announcement: PRASOL Training and Consulting Ltd 22 Nov 2012

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PRASOL Training and Consulting Ltd, is seeking to fill the position of a Training Officer.

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Program Officer (Sports Coordinator) 22 Mar 2013

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We seek to recruit a Program Officer (Sports Coordinator) who will coordinate and ensure effective implementation of this dynamic, diverse, highly interactive and multi-disciplinary program.

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Assistant Housekeeper 14 Nov 2013

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The job of the assistant housekeeper is to give full support to the housekeeping foreman in taking overall care of the school.

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Atlanta Software

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AtACC is a complete accounting and inventory management software package that has several features including the following: Invoice Designer Audit Log Multi Currency Barcode Label Designer Counter Sales Sales and ...

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Climate change is not a problem 06 Oct 2011

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The Global Footprint Network recently launched it’s 2010 Annual Report entitled ‘Climate change is not the problem’. 

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Project Manager - Job Vacancy 22 Apr 2013

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The International School of Kenya is seeking a Project Manager for a US$ 14M construction project. The completion period is 18 months, beginning immediately.

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Issuance of single tourist visa for the republics of Rwanda, Uganda and Kenya 15 Aug 2013

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The session of Ministers took place on 2nd August 2013 in Kigali, Rwanda. The purpose of the meeting was to consider the report of experts on the use of national identity cards as travel documents and the issuance of the single tourist visa in the Republics of Rwanda, Kenya and Uganda.

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Telecommunications wars back 19 May 2011

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The telecommunications industry is back in the news this week. The government has announced that its investigation on cross network call charges allows for further reduction. The report was called for as part of a mediation process following Safaricom and Telkom’s bid to stop further price reductions. From July 2011 the terminating charges will drop to Kshs.1.44 from Kshs.2.21. This is likely to once again trigger price competition, to the benefit of the consumer.

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Ring net fishing undermining marine reserves in Kenya 18 Mar 2010

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The current practice of ring net fishing off the coast of Kenya and the difficulties of monitoring this type of fishing since it was introduced in the late 1980s from Tanzania, is causing serious environmental and sociological concerns as well as concerns about the economic impacts on artisanal fishermen and women.  Common sea fish retails at half the price from ring net fishing when compared to artisanal catches, thus seriously impacting the independent fisherman’s livelihood.  This report calls for an enforced suspension of the ring net fishery by the Department of Fisheries, until stakeholder meetings can be held and a clear way forward with a re-established Task Force charted. See full report below.

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Ring net fishing undermining marine reserves in Kenya 18 Mar 2010

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The current practice of ring net fishing off the coast of Kenya and the difficulties of monitoring this type of fishing since it was introduced in the late 1980s from Tanzania, is causing serious environmental and sociological concerns as well as concerns about the economic impacts on artisanal fishermen and women.  Common sea fish retails at half the price from ring net fishing when compared to artisanal catches, thus seriously impacting the independent fisherman’s livelihood.  This report calls for an enforced suspension of the ring net fishery by the Department of Fisheries, until stakeholder meetings can be held and a clear way forward with a re-established Task Force charted. See full report below.{jcomments on}

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Security Overview 05 Aug 2010

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The crime and security situation in Kenya is complex and ever-changing and it’s difficult to get an accurate big picture of what is happening.  Here are some resources to tap into...

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Tribe Hotel features in Top 100 List 15 May 2013

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Luxury lifestyle publication lists Tribe among the top hotels in one hundred cities around the world.

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Plumber 14 Nov 2013

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The Plumber is accountable for the upkeep and proper functionality of all plumbing equipment and systems in the school. The Plumber works under the supervision of the maintenance supervisor and is required to work on all assigned tasks.

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Outcomes from Nagoya and relevance to Kenya 18 Nov 2010

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The Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) held its 10th Conference of the parties in Nagoya, Japan, from October 18 to 29, 2010. 

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Studies Suggest Kenyan Living Standards Are Improving 29 Jun 2011

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In spite of Kenya’s current woes from rising food and fuel prices, a report released this week showed a significant decline in the number of Kenyans falling into the poorest segment of the population.

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Clerk of Works– ISK Project 18 Apr 2013

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The International School of Kenya is seeking a Clerk of Works.

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Elsa's Kopje Announced On Prestigious List 04 Jan 2012

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Andrew Harper's Hideaway Report, the most respected publication in luxury travel, today revealed its 2012 Grand Award winners.

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Private sector fraud in Kenya 29 Apr 2010

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As the Kenyan government tries to improve on performance and accountability in the public sector through the evaluation of performance contracts, a 2009 global survey on economic crime conducted by Pricewaterhouse Coopers  reveals that there is also much to grapple within the private sector. The firm conducted a global survey on economic crime in 54 countries with over 3,000 respondents. The objective was to assess economic crime in the ‘current economic environment’. The report correlates tougher economic times and the related increased pressures at work to perform and meet targets with the increase in fraud. Overall a third of respondents reported they had experienced economic crime within the 12 month period. Industries showing above average occurrences included the insurance, financial and communications sectors. And emerging market countries also reported higher levels of fraud.82.5% of companies surveyed in Russia reported that they had been subjected to at least one major economic crime, making it top of the list in economic crime. Kenya ranked third with 57% of the respondents reporting that they had experienced  economic crime. South Africa reported the second highest rate (62%), whilst Canada interestingly ranked 4th (56%) although this may be attributable to more sophistication in the ability to detect fraud. Countries reporting low levels of fraud included Italy, Sweden (19%), Singapore, India (18%) with the lowest reported by Japan (10%).The most common economic crimes in Kenya were accounting fraud, asset misappropriation and bribery/corruption.  Although the impact on the economy of public sector bribery and corruption frequently hits the headlines, the loss through private sector economic crime no doubt has serious implications to economic development in emerging markets. Kenyan companies reported losses attributable to these crimes ranging from Kshs 7.5mn – Kshs 37.5mn in 2009.The primary objective of PWC’s survey is to gain an understanding of fraud in order to develop systems to detect and prevent economic crime. Althea McCourt ABIS Limited

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Dengue fever outbreak reported from Kenya coast 26 Mar 2013

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Health officials are quoted in a local daily newspaper in Kenya, confirming at least 15 cases of Dengue Fever at the Kenya coast.

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Private sector fraud in Kenya 29 Apr 2010

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As the Kenyan government tries to improve on performance and accountability in the public sector through the evaluation of performance contracts, a 2009 global survey on economic crime conducted by Pricewaterhouse Coopers  reveals that there is also much to grapple within the private sector. The firm conducted a global survey on economic crime in 54 countries with over 3,000 respondents. The objective was to assess economic crime in the ‘current economic environment’. The report correlates tougher economic times and the related increased pressures at work to perform and meet targets with the increase in fraud. Overall a third of respondents reported they had experienced economic crime within the 12 month period. Industries showing above average occurrences included the insurance, financial and communications sectors. And emerging market countries also reported higher levels of fraud.82.5% of companies surveyed in Russia reported that they had been subjected to at least one major economic crime, making it top of the list in economic crime. Kenya ranked third with 57% of the respondents reporting that they had experienced  economic crime. South Africa reported the second highest rate (62%), whilst Canada interestingly ranked 4th (56%) although this may be attributable to more sophistication in the ability to detect fraud. Countries reporting low levels of fraud included Italy, Sweden (19%), Singapore, India (18%) with the lowest reported by Japan (10%).The most common economic crimes in Kenya were accounting fraud, asset misappropriation and bribery/corruption.  Although the impact on the economy of public sector bribery and corruption frequently hits the headlines, the loss through private sector economic crime no doubt has serious implications to economic development in emerging markets. Kenyan companies reported losses attributable to these crimes ranging from Kshs 7.5mn – Kshs 37.5mn in 2009.The primary objective of PWC’s survey is to gain an understanding of fraud in order to develop systems to detect and prevent economic crime.Althea McCourt ABIS Limited{jcomments on}

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