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TSC NEWS: 2019 NATIONAL TOYA, ITOYA AND POYA DETAILS

TSC NEWS: 2019 NATIONAL TOYA, ITOYA AND POYA DETAILS Education HERE ARE THE MOST RECENT GUIDELINES FOR POYA, ITOYA, AND TOYA AWARDS: POYA REQUIREMENTS One must: Be a TSC-employed principal, paid member of KESSHA Have served as a principal for at least three years Have submitted books of accounts for the year 2018 Attain a mean score of 5.0 (C-) and above in the 2018 KCSE results Principals with special needs are encouraged to take part in the

SUB COUNTY SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN MURANG’A COUNTY

HERE IS A LIST OF, SUB COUNTY SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN MURANG’A COUNTY, THEIR KNEC CODES, TYPE, CLUSTER AND CATEGORY: Sub-county schools in Kenya form the lowest cadre of secondary schools.  They come after national, extra county and county schools respectively. Kenyan learners who attain low marks in the KCPE national exam are admitted to these schools. Majority of sub-county schools are mixed. Most of them are day schools though a few are day/boarding schools. They are available across all the 47 counties.…

COUNTY SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN NYERI COUNTY

HERE IS A LIST OF COUNTY SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN NYERI COUNTY, THEIR KNEC CODES, TYPE, CLUSTER AND CATEGORY: County secondary schools in Kenya form the third tier after national and extra-county schools respectively. Most of Kenyan learners are absorbed by these schools. Admission to county schools is done online by the Ministry of Education. They are either mixed or single-sex. Here is a list of County Schools in Nyeri County:

COUNTY SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN ISIOLO COUNTY

HERE IS A LIST OF COUNTY SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN ISIOLO COUNTY, THEIR KNEC CODES, TYPE, CLUSTER AND CATEGORY: County secondary schools in Kenya form the third tier after national and extra-county schools respectively. Most of Kenyan learners are absorbed by these schools. Admission to county schools is done online by the Ministry of Education. They are either mixed or single-sex. Here is a list of county secondary schools in Isiolo County:

HOW TO REDUCE THE RISK OF CANCER

HOW TO REDUCE THE RISK OF CANCER The risk of developing cancer is high. Experts in the fields of research and medicine have proved various causative agents that can be linked to cancer. Some of these include radiation from the sun, coming into contact with radioactive materials, radicals (in water or soil) and unhealthy lifestyle like excessive drinking, unhealthy diet and smoking tobacco. HIV/AIDS patients are also vulnerable due to their low immunity. Therefore it is crucial to observe the following guidelines to…