https://shahidihub.org/shahidihub/index.php/jehss/issue/feed ShahidiHub International Journal of Education, Humanities & Social Science 2024-05-11T15:51:07-04:00 MANAGING EDITOR editor@shahidihub.org Open Journal Systems <p>ShahidiHub International Journal of Education, Humanities &amp; Social Science: The journal is a monthly, double-blind, peer-reviews, unrestricted access, published by “ShahidiHub Publishing” in Kenya, East Africa. The journal publishes original and recent scholarly research, of both empirical and theoretical nature. <strong>ISSN (Online): 2958-8154. </strong><br /><br /><strong>Areas / Fields<br /></strong>Curriculum Studies, Church Education, Early Childhood Education, Child Development, Family Studies, Educational Policies, Educational Leadership and Administration.<br /><br />Also, it covers major areas of social science and humanities such as Media Studies, Communication, Library and Information Science, Anthropology, Cultural Studies, Linguistics, Literature, History, Geography, Performing Arts, Music, Sociology, Social Work, Counseling, Psychology, Philosophy, Economics, Human Rights, Political Science, International Relations, Security Studies, Criminology Public Administration and Public Policy.</p> https://shahidihub.org/shahidihub/index.php/jehss/article/view/210 Conflict Management in African Traditional Religion: A Case of the Abagusii Community 2024-03-24T11:55:39-04:00 Geoffrey Ombaye Orenge geoffrey1285@gmail.com <p>Conflict, an inherent facet of human interaction, has intrigued scholars. Conflict resolution in the Abagusii community is firmly ingrained in its cultural heritage and spiritual beliefs. Elders, noted for their wisdom and experience, are essential in resolving disagreements. Thus, this study explores conflict management within the context of African traditional religion, focusing on the Abagusii community in Kenya. Moreover, by examining conflict management within the context of African traditional religion, the study contributes to broader discussions on the intersection of culture, religion, and conflict resolution, thus enriching academic discourse and informing practical interventions for sustainable peace in diverse African societies. The study utilized a descriptive design to comprehensively understand Conflict Management in African Traditional Religion among the Abagusii community. Data was collected from 81 respondents using a questionnaire analyzed quantitatively through descriptive statistics using SPSS version 20.0. The findings underscore the effectiveness of integrating traditional practices with modern frameworks for conflict management among the Abagusii community. Community mediation, customary courts, and inclusive decision-making play crucial roles in fostering unity and consensus-building while upholding cultural heritage in African societies. Empower indigenous conflict resolution mechanisms through resource allocation and training and foster dialogue between traditional leaders and modern legal systems. Strengthening and integrating these mechanisms with contemporary frameworks can effectively address conflicts while preserving cultural heritage and promoting social cohesion.</p> 2024-03-22T00:00:00-04:00 Copyright (c) 2024 https://shahidihub.org/shahidihub/index.php/jehss/article/view/218 The Impact of Government Economic Policies on the Education Sector 2024-05-11T15:51:07-04:00 Wilberforce Njeru wilberforce@kabarak.ac.ke <p>In July 2023, the Government of Kenya released its national 2023/24 Financial Budget with a deficit of KeS 718 billion, to be financed through domestic and external financing. The internal financing would be through internal borrowing, manipulation of money supply, and taxation, while the external funding may be through loans and grants. The taxation method is referred to as fiscal policies, and the money supply is monetary policies. This paper investigates the effect of monetary and fiscal policies on education in selected countries and applies the understanding to policymakers in Kenya.&nbsp;&nbsp;</p> 2024-05-09T00:00:00-04:00 Copyright (c) 2024