11 Works

Nairobi Cross-sectional Slum Survey (NCSS), 2000 - 1st survey

African Population And Health Research Centre

Nairobi Cross-sectional Slum Survey (NCSS), 2000 - 1st survey

African Population And Health Research Centre

Understanding resilience in later life in a low resource setting

African Population And Health Research Centre

Understanding resilience in later life in a low resource setting

African Population And Health Research Centre

Understanding resilience in later life in a low resource setting

African Population And Health Research Centre

Understanding resilience in later life in a low resource setting

African Population And Health Research Centre

Understanding resilience in later life in a low resource setting

African Population And Health Research Centre

Understanding resilience in later life in a low resource setting

African Population And Health Research Centre

Understanding resilience in later life in a low resource setting

African Population And Health Research Centre
Estimates indicate that close to 60% of the urban population in Kenya live in slums and informal settlements. Further, a growing number of migrants are ageing 'in situ', resulting in an increasing number of older people living in slum areas Ageing in these setting can be challenging particularly given the lack of formal support systems. Given this context, this study seeks to better understand resilience among older people in coping with stresses and shocks, and...

Population and Health Dynamics in Nairobi’s Informal Settlements

African Population And Health Research Centre
This report documents demographic characteristics and health conditions of Nairobi City's slum residents based on a representative sample survey of urban informal settlement residents carried out from February to June 2000. The aims of the "Nairobi Cross-sectional Slums Survey (NCSS)" were to determine the magnitude of the general and health problems facing slum residents, and to compare the demographic and health profiles of slum residents to those of residents of other urban and rural areas...

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  • 2017
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