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Use, conservation and management of plants for indigenous herbal medicine in Kenya: the case of Kitui district

@inproceedings{Muya1994UseCA,
  title={Use, conservation and management of plants for indigenous herbal medicine in Kenya: the case of Kitui district},
  author={Gl Muya},
  year={1994}
}
The Kenyan population has been experiencing tremendous changes as its ecological systems, economy, political and socio-cultural life responds to exigencies of development. In the the sphere of health, the country continues to be thrown off balance by recent economic crises. Introduction of Structural Adjustment Programmes (SAPS) since the 1980"s has meant modern health care services are reaching fewer and fewer people in the rural areas. Indigenous medicine (IM), which has continued to be… Expand
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