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Kenya, higher education, development, college/university, tangaza college, University of Nairobi
Globalization has challenged and changed roles for governments, non-profits, and no-governmental institutions for countries in Global South. it has similarly spawned the births of numerous manifestations of NGOs, which potentially complement the approximately 7,000-9,000 higher education institutions that exist worldwide. Improving education is an oft-cited goal of many countries' development efforts- including Kenya, in her most recent Vision 2030 plan for development- yet many scholars and students alike fall short when they deem only primary or secondary education as the main avenues to realize development goals. This exploratory, qualitative study considers if Kenyan higher ed public or private institutions play a role in the country's development process
Garvey, Erin Ashely Mink, "Higher education and development in the golbal south: The case of Kenya" (2010). College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences Theses and Dissertations. 29.