Influence of Drug and Alcohol Abuse Amoung Kenyan Teenage Education

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SCHOOL OF COMPUTER SCIENCE

RESEARCH PROPOSAL.
Influence of drug and alcohol abuse among Kenyan teenage Education.
BY
BRIAN MUNGA
(J15-3021-11)

TAKEN BY:
Catherine Mavyala

DECLARATION
I declare that Influence of drug and alcohol abuse among Kenyan teenage Education is my own work and that all the sources that I have used or quoted have been indicated and acknowledged by means of complete references.

………………………………….. 07 August 2012
Signature Date
Brian Munga
Student No. J15/3021/11

KEY TERMS
Drug abuse; Kenya; secondary schools; students; drug-related problems; addressing drug abuse; prevention
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Also alcohol is assessed by the medical experts that it can be used to increase the metabolism or improve the digestion of an individual. With the help of appropriate alcohol intake, the system of an older person can be stabilized. Therefore, the use of alcohol or liquor became popular among the people with advanced age. For throughout the years, the alcohols became part of the government’s subject for banning. The reason behind this provision is because the increasing demands that also affects the teenage and young adults’ population.
Little wonder, then that the immediate past UN Secretary General, Kofi Annan once said “Drugs are tearing apart our societies, spawning crime, spreading diseases such as aids, and killing our youths and our future”.

Background of the Study.
According to a report by the International Narcotics Control Board (INCB, 2006), the East African region has become the fallback for drug dealers following increased control of traditional routes through the Netherlands and Spain. The warning followed the discovery of cocaine worth 6.4 billion Kenya shillings in Malindi and Nairobi on December 14, 2004 (Daily Nation, March 2, 2006).
In a speech delivered during the official closing of the African convention of Principals (ACP) in Kenya on 27th August, 2004, the former Minister for Education, Late Honorable George Saitoti noted that some cities in Africa had been identified as either destinations or conduits for hard drugs. Drug

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