Socio-economic effects of khat chewing in north eastern Kenya.

@article{Aden2006SocioeconomicEO,
  title={Socio-economic effects of khat chewing in north eastern Kenya.},
  author={Amna Aden and Elizabeth A. O. Dimba and U M Ndolo and Mark L. Chindia},
  journal={East African medical journal},
  year={2006},
  volume={83 3},
  pages={69-73}
}
BACKGROUND The khat habit is a widespread phenomenon which has in the past two decades spread to parts of Western Europe and North America from Eastern Africa and the Arabian Peninsula. Although khat has been identified as one of the most commonly abused substances in Kenya, restrictions on cultivation, trade and usage have been non-existent since its legalisation in 1977. OBJECTIVE To describe the socio-economic effects of khat chewing in Ijara District in the North Eastern Province of Kenya… CONTINUE READING

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