Rural Transport Services Project for Kenya. Engineering and issues of IMT adoption, use and servicing in Kenya.

Abstract

This report is an outcome of a recent study conducted in five areas, Mwea in Kirinyaga, Kalama in Machakos, Ngurumani in Magadi, Lari in Limuru and Busia to assess the status of rural transport technologies with particular reference to operation and support service infrastucture.

Citation

Rural Transport Services Project for Kenya. Engineering and issues of IMT adoption, use and servicing in Kenya. Kenya Network for Draught Animal Technology (KENDAT), Nairobi, Kenya. 15 pp.

Rural Transport Services Project for Kenya. Engineering and issues of IMT adoption, use and servicing in Kenya.

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