For quality learning to take place, there should be enough provision of intellectual ability commitment disposition of knowledge and skills among the institutions members of staff. The purpose of the study was to find out the relationship between Human capital capacity and provision of holistic education in Universities in Nairobi Kenya. The objective of the study was to examine the influence of Human capital capacity on the provision of holistic education in universities in Kenya. The study employed mixed methodology and concurrent triangulation design. It was carried out in public Universities in Nairobi Kenya. The target population was 30 members of the senate from the 7 Universities targeted,30 members of nonteaching staff and 140 lecturers and 2200 students giving a total of 2400 participants. The study employed questionnaires for the University senate members and the lecturers and interview schedules for the non – teaching members of staff. Descriptive and inferential statistics like frequency tables, graphs and tables were used to present data. The holistic theory used in the study proves the main idea that learning effectively need to be activated on individual capacity that contains holistic aspect and that quantity and quality are necessary The institutional theory used agrees that institutional environment can strongly influence the individual development of a learner. The study found out that human capital capacity towards provision of holistic education has to do with the degree of competence in leadership as well as service delivery to improve learning and holistic education, and that although there is significant relationship between Human capital capacity and holistic education, there were low levels of satisfaction with University Management to address holistic education. The study recommended that there is need for the Universities to enhance the capability of Human capital capacity to enhance holistic education.
- Holistic education , Human capital , capacity, University Management, Resources, Provision.
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