September 2018

Child Soldiers It is a manifestation of human trafficking when it involves the unlawful recruitment or use of children – through force, fraud, or coercion – as combatants or for labor or sexual exploitation by armed. Young girls can be forced to marry or have sex with male solders.In Both male and female child soldiers are often sexually abused and are at high risk of contracting sexually transmitted diseases. Sex Trafficking When an adult is threatened, forced, or deceived into the sex...Read More...
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Myths of Lung Cancer

Roba Abduba (Tigithi)
It have been long since i posted but was researching on this check it out. Myths and misconception about lung cancer 1.Only smokers get lung cancer- While most cases of lung cancer are linked to smoking tobacco, as many as 20% of deaths caused by lung cancer occur in people who do not smoke or use any other form of tobacco (approximately 16,000 to 24,000 Americans every year). 2.Breast cancer kills more women than lung cancer- Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer-related deaths in both...Read More...
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Disability is a part of human condition. Almost everyone will be temporarily or permanently impaired at some point in life and those who survive to old age will experience increasing difficulties in functioning. A person’s environment has a huge impact on the experience and extent of disability environments also create disability by creating barriers to participation and inclusion. These are examples of the possible negative impact of the environment; A deaf individual without a sign...Read More...
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Drugs

Bruce Ambrose karani (Tigithi School)
Hi everyone ?as i promised on my previous post i promised to be looking at signs and symptoms of gambling which are also sot of effects to us even if the don't affects us physically the will make you regret some day if one goes on with gambling,gambling will make sure you are poor since you are addicted to it.and for those who live in countries were gambling is illegal they will end up getting in trouble with the law since the games are illegal so lets see what are sings of gambling my...Read More...
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Hi everyone, today am going to cop on various ways in which underground water may exists and this are; Springs wells Artesian basin and Artesian wells. Springs A spring is a natural outflow of water from the rocks. Such water flows natural from the underground. The following are ways in which springs occur; Springs occurring where there is a well jointed limestone; springs occur when a jointed limestone area is saturated to the level of water table. The water guided by the joints flow out of...Read More...
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WILDLIFE CONSERVATION

Benito Maina (Tigithi)
What are the causes of depletion to wildlife? Wildlife deforestation Is the lose of wild animals through over hunting. Most often loss of there natural habitat due to human expansion of urbanization.The largest –scale killing of animals for food, trade and pleasure is one of the many causes for the wildlife depletion.There are many reasons that lead to depletion or extinction of Wildlife across the world. 1. Loss of Habitat and Habitat Alteration : As the human population grows, space...Read More...
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Hello butterfly, It has been long since I did my last post.I was dealing with the threats that animals are posed with but today I will be working on both the threats and the solutions.To start with,despite us as humans being greatly affected by the changes,animals are the ones effected to a big tune since they don't have anywhere to go or anything to do after they are "evicted" .According to my research,I came up with the following points regarding the threats and the solutions. 1.Rising...Read More...
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Threats to wildlife Threatening processes are practices that are reducing or will reduce the biodiversity and ecological integrity of a regional ecosystem and its wildlife. Processes that are threats to wildlife include: a.Marine pests There are a number of non-native marine pests (reported in Australian waters most of which were introduced accidentally by shipping and aquaculture activities. Some, including several crabs, mussels, sea stars and seaweeds have been found to have a significant...Read More...
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Hello butterfly,it has been long since i did posted my last post.And here i got an interesting research about The nature of Earthquakes. The description of how earthquakes occur is called elastic rebound theory Elastic rebound theory. Stresses build on both sides of a fault, causing the rocks to deform plastic ally When the stresses become too great, the rocks break and end up in a different location. This releases the built up energy and creates an earthquake. In an earthquake, the initial...Read More...
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Hello every one today I will be looking at the factors that contribute to drugs addiction. Genetics Siblings frequently follow very different paths, some leading to addiction and some not. That being said, genetics do play a role by affecting you to developing an addiction. Genetic factors contribute to about half of a person to become addicted. Our genes have been linked to: a quicker reaction to drugs a decreased ability to feel any negative effects an increased euphoria a quick...Read More...
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Hey guys I will be looking at the EFFECTS OF SOLAR RADIATION ON THE SKIN. Too Much Sun is Dangerous Sunlight, an essential necessary for life, may be extremely dangerous to human health. Excessive exposure to the sun is known to be associated with increased risks of various diseases It may lead to skin cancers, cataracts and other eye diseases, as well as accelerated skin ageing. It may also hazardously affect people's ability to resist infectious diseases, and compromise the effectiveness...Read More...
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What are the modes of transport, and what could be done to improve each modes of transport? Transport is the movement of humans, animals and goods from one location to another thus enables trade between people which essential for the development of civilization.There are five modes of transport.These are road transportation,rail transportation and pipelines,maritime transportation,air transportation and telecommunication I have chosen these inquiry questions because I am interested to know...Read More...
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Organized crime is a category of transnational, national, or local groupings of highly centralized enterprises run by criminals who intend to engage in illegal activity, most commonly for money and profit. Some criminal organizations, such as terrorist groups, are politically motivated. I have decided to research about the recruitment of women into illegal groups , because am curious to learn more about; What are the reasons for recruiting women in illegal groups? What is the impact of the...Read More...
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According to my inquiry question;How to preserve ozone layer I will be looking at things that really interfere the ozone layer. What really interferes with the ozone layer? The ozone layer is a naturally occuring gas found in the atmosphere where it absorbs most of the sun’s ultraviolet light invisible rays which are harmful to both plants and animals .There are major types of ozone layer include the troposphere , stratosphere, mesosphere.The aim of this research is to know how the ozone...Read More...
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CORRUPTION it is the misuse of the resources by those who are in power.Corruption undermines government revenue and therefore it limits the ability of the government to invest in productivity enhancing areas where corruption is endemic individuals will view paying taxes as a questionable business proposition.There is a delicate tension between the government in this role as a tax collectors and the business community and individuals as tax payers.Corruption has also sabotages this implicit...Read More...
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ORIGIN OF SOCCER.

Samuel Mwangi
IMPORTANCE OF FANS IN SOCCER Hello guys, its have been a bit long time since I get online but now am back. The last thing I remember I discus with you guys was a question as why many people loves soccer widely. We were able to learn few point which included: the love of the game itself, being pride of your team, the cool moments of world cup seasons, playing soccer videos and the like. Now as I promised is that today we are going to look at the things which makes a certain fan to be so much...Read More...
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Ebola is a contagious, often fatal condition in humans and nonhuman primates and is also believed to be a highly deadly, hemorrhagic fever virus resulting in a systemic viral infection throughout the body. Bats are believed to be the natural hosts for the virus. It is spread through close contact with an infected person or their bodily fluid or even close contact with infected animals can be a source of transmission. After entering the body, it kills cells, making some of them explode,...Read More...
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Female genital mutilation refers to all procedures involving, or total removal of an external female genital or other injury to the female genital organs for cultural or other non-medical reasons. Female genital mutilation was practiced by different the communities. In my research I want to know; What are the factors for the high prevalence of FGM ? Why there is an outcry against FGM despite the firm traditional beliefs in it in the same communities ? What the effect of FGM are upon the...Read More...
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Drugs

Bruce Ambrose karani (Tigithi School)
Hi everyone it has been for a while since i posted,but this is what i came up with. Have been thinking about gambling how it affects our health and at least this what i came up with.Its about gambling addiction.i decided to check on gambling because it is some kind of drug that does not have physical changes but will affect one in one way or the other without even realizing that you are being affected my inquiry question being i wonder why do people take illegal drugs just for fun or self...Read More...
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BURN CYCLE 1.

Forum: The Burn
Hannah Wairimu (Sweetwaters)
I have been very inspired Onesmus project, bed wetting.I learnt that bed wetting affects both adults and young children but it seems normal to children but in adult people it may make them loose their self-esteem.I have also learnt the causes of bed wetting like dreams and taking excess water during the night.Of course i did not know about these causes.I have also been educated on the parts that make up the renal tubule e.g 1)Bowman`s capsule 2)Proximal convoluted tubule 3)The loop of henle...Read More...
Hey everyone it have been long since i posted but i was researching in details the effects of earthquake in the environment and as i was researching i cam across a research about How earthquakes positively affect the environment. Earthquake environmental effects are the effects caused by an earthquake on the natural environment, including surface faulting, tsunamis,soil liquefaction's, ground resonance,Landslides and ground failure, either directly linked to the earthquake source or provoked...Read More...
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Cancer and Poverty

Roba Abduba (Tigithi)
CANCER AND POVERTY Hi everyone it have been long since but was researching on this. In the last 50 years, lung cancer mortality has continued to increase in the lower socioeconomic groups but has started to decrease in more socioeconomically favored groups. The explanation, from an epidemiological point of view, is that smoking is more frequent within the lower socioeconomic groups As documented in the annual released by the American Cancer Society, poverty remains one of the most potent...Read More...
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