1 ISSN: X ( African Journal 0 Applied Human Sciences VOLUME I NUMBER ISSUE African Journal Of Applied Human Sciences A publication of the School of Applied Human Sciences KENYATTA UNIVERSITY
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3 EDITOR -IN-CHIEF Prof. Keren Mburugu, Ph.D - Kenyatta University EDITORIAL BOARD Prof. Walter K. Ho, Ph.D - University of Macau, China Prof. Barry 0' Malony Ph.D - Victoria University, Australia Prof. Moses Okello, Ph.D - Moi University, Kenya Prof. John Saunders,Ph.D - Australian Catholic University, Australia Prof. Michael A. Hann, PhD - University of Leeds, UK Prof. Karen Steen, PhD -Cazenovia College, Cazenovia, USA Andanje Mwisukha, PhD - Kenyatta University, Kenya Everlyn Nguku, PhD - Kenyatta University, Kenya CONSULTING EDITORS Prof. Olive Mugenda, Ph.D - Kenyatta University, Kenya Prof. Linda Ethangatta, Ph.D -Africa Nazarene University, Kenya The African Journal of Applied Human Sciences (ISSN: X) is an official Journal of the School of Applied Human Sciences, Kenyatta University and is published biannually. All submitted manuscripts are subject to peer review. Copyright 2013 School of Applied Human Sciences, Kenyatta University, P.O Box Nairobi, Kenya. No part of this Journal can be reproduced without written consent of the School of Applied Human Sciences, Kenyatta University. All correspondences should be addressed to: The Editor-In-Chief African Journal of Applied Human Sciences, School of Applied Human Sciences, Kenyatta University, P.O Box , Nairobi, Kenya. Telephone: Ext:
4 MESSAGE FROM EDITOR-IN-CHIEF The African Journal of Applied Human Sciences is published by the School of Applied Human Scienc of Kenyatta University, Kenya. The journal publishes a wide variety of articles that address issues in tl fields of Foods, Nutrition and Dietetics, Fashion Design and Marketing, Hospitality, Tourism ar Recreation Management, Exercise and Sports Science, and Hospitality, Tourism and Recreatic Management. Scholars and researchers from all comers of the world are encouraged to submit the manuscripts for review and subsequent publication. The production of this issue of the journal is a remarkable achievement as it demonstrates tl commitment and determination of the members of the editorial board of keeping the journal on cour: for the benefit of potential authors/paper-writers. In this vein therefore, I unreservedly commend t1 members of the Editorial Board for having worked tirelessly to make this piece of publication possibl There is no doubt that manuscript that have been accepted for publication cover the most recent researc works that will be useful to academicians, practitioners and professionals in the relevant fields Applied Human Sciences. We are equally optimistic that the content of this journal will receive wid: readership, and that the research findings will be implemented or utilized to avail solutions to problen facing humanity in the contemporary world. On behalf of the Editorial Board, I wish to extend deep appreciation to the management of Kenyat University for availing financial support and an enabling environment for the production of this journal Prof. Keren G. Mburugu Editor-in-Chief Kenyatta University. 11
5 TABLE OF CONTENTS Message from Editor-in-Chief Table of Contents Analysis of the Ethiopian Garment Industry: Current Situation, Challenges and Strategies For Growth Areda Batu 1 Status of Service Delivery in The Health and Fitness Centres in Uganda Soita W. Pasch~l, Edwin K. Wamukoya And Peter Wanderi Mwangi 20 Relationship Between Self-Efficacy and Physical Activity Participation Behaviour among Secondary School Students In Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania Stephen Mabagala Metabolic Equivalents (Mets) Of The Physical Activity Patterns Of The Elderly Kenyans In Homes For The Aged In Nairobi Province Julia W. Githanga, Edwin K. Wamukoya and Vincent O. Onywera 43 Assessment Of Employee Awareness Of The Applicability Of Ergonomic Exercises In The Banking Institutions In Nairobi, Kenya Waiganjo Luka Boro, Andanje Mwisukha and Vincent Onywera,.. 50 Suitability of Extruded Full-Fat Soy Flour and Gelatinized Cereal Flour-Based Formulations as Complementary Food Okafor, J.C.and Akeredolu LA ' An Econometric Analysis of Supply Side - ICT Adoption Determinants in Tourism: Case Study of Nairobi Pius Odunga, Stephen Ongaro and Shem Maingi : Effect of Inclusion of Cabbage and Potatoes in The Maize and Beans Composite Meal on the Bioavailability of Iron and Zinc By In- Vitro Method Ogwayo LO and Onditi A.O. Care Provision Challenges and Capacity Enhancement of Family Caregivers of People Living with HIV and AIDS in Thika District Lucy Njoki Kathuri-Ogola, Olive Mugenda and Francis P. Kerre. 90 Adaptations of Environmental Sound Practices for Industrial Parks in Kenya: Lessons from the Magana Industrial Park, Kenya ' Alan Kirui 1 Karagu, N.M 2 Lucy Maina 99 ii iii 111
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