Effects of the Inter Clan Conflicts in Mumias East Sub County Kenya

  title={Effects of the Inter Clan Conflicts in Mumias East Sub County Kenya},
  author={Samson Busalire and Robert Kiprop Aengwony and Lilian Machariah},
  journal={The International Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities Invention},
Inter-clan conflicts are widely spread in the world Africa leading in such cases. Conflict management and peace building in Kenya continues to face challenges in the current national and regional environments. Clans in Mumias East Sub-County have been in conflict from time immemorial. Strategic coordination amongst key actors has been seemingly lacking in conflict management and peace building. The objective of the study was to assess the effects of inter-clan conflicts on socio-economic… 

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