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Non-timber Forest Products Markets: Actors And Income Determinants
Researchjournali's Journal Of ForestryJan,2019 super premium
Trade in non-timber forest products (NTFP) is important in enhancing livelihoods of communities adjacent to forests. However, knowledge about actors and NTFP income determinants in Uganda is scanty. Yet this information is important in targeting profitable NTFP enterprises. This study explored factors that determine involvement in and income from NTFP trade. A survey of NTFP traders was conducted in eleven markets adjacent to Mabira Central Forest Reserve using semi-structured questionnaires. Dominant traders (50%) were females aged above 30 years and with low educational levels. Cross tabulations were done to assess the relationship between NTFP income and several independent variables. SiViewViews: 6Google+

Workplace Components Impacting On Sales Promoters' Job Satisfaction: A Case Study Of An Agrochemical Company, Myanmar
Researchjournali's Journal Of Human ResourceJan,2019
Employees are the heart of an organization; and workplace components are important and are very much needed for improving the satisfaction of employees. This study aimed to determine the relationship between workplace components (safety and security, feeling of fulfillment, relationship with supervisor, opportunities to growth, workload and stress) and job satisfaction, and also to identify the most dominant workplace component that influences sales promoters’ job satisfaction at ABC Agrochemical Company, Myanmar. The sample for this study was 427 sales promoters of ABC Agrochemical Company. This study applied descriptive, correlation and regression research design to explore the statistiViewViews: 4Google+

Correlation Of Selected Indicators On The Career Development And Employee’s Performance: A View On Imo State Civil Service, Nigeria
Researchjournali's Journal Of ManagementJan,2019
Objective: This study primarily aimed to determine the significant relationship between the indicators on the career development and the employees’ performance at Imo State Civil Service. The following indicators are considered. (a) Knowledge Engineering, (b) Self- Actualization, (c) Human Capital and (d) Work Habits. Method: The study employed the descriptive research design. Survey questionnaire as the main research instrument was used in collecting data from the 447 respondents, corresponding the total population from (10) ministries of the Imo state civil service. The results were treated using the SPSS program. Weighted mean were computed and analyzed, while T-test, one-way ViewViews: 12Google+

Influence Of Compromising Strategy In Improving Employees’ Performance In Insurance Companies In Homa Bay County, Kenya
Researchjournali's Journal Of ManagementJan,2019
Research in organizational conflict is gaining much currency in contemporary times. Accordingly, this study evaluates the influence of compromising strategy on employees' performance in insurance companies in Homa Bay County. The paper particularly aimed at finding how organizations solved conflicts and establishing how compromising strategy influences employees' performance in insurance companies in Homa Bay County, Kenya. The study was anchored in the Group Conflict Process Theory developed by Robbins. Research design adopted for the study was descriptive.ViewViews: 19Google+

Bayesian Analysis Of Hiv Test On Productive Age In South Western Part Of Nigeria
Researchjournali's Journal Of MathematicsJan,2019
The Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) is one of the most deadly diseases in the 21st century in Nigeria and in the World at large. The West Africa had generally high levels of infection of both types of HIV, HIV-1 and HIV-2. The HIV-1 has an epidemic spread across the region and had been identified in all of the West African States. Identifying and counseling individuals at high risk of having HIV are essential components of prevention of the virus at early stage, therefore this study examined the proportion of individuals in the reproductive age that are more likely prone to being HIV positive in all the local government in Oyo state. The data are categorized into five geographical zones; ViewViews: 4Google+

Awaress Of Consumer Rights To Truthful Advertising Information In Kenyan Fm Radio Stations
Researchjournali's Journal Of Media StudiesJan,2019
The general objective of this study was to investigate the awareness in FM radio stations of the consumers’ rights to truthful advertising information. The study was premised on the fact that consumers are entitled truthful and factual information to enable them to make informed purchase decisions on new goods and services. The advertisers use radio to promote goods and services. They also use radio announcers, presenters, disc jockeys and celebrities to do live advertisements of products during program presentation with the aim of adding a special appeal because audiences are familiar with their voices. This study sought to achieve the following specific objectives: to investigate the awaViewViews: 7Google+

Prevalence Of Plasmodium In Parts Of North Central Nigeria
Researchjournali's Journal Of Public HealthJan,2019
The prevalence of Plasmodium in parts of North Central of Nigeria was carried out in selected hospitals in Benue, Nasarawa, Niger states and FCT. A total of 1000 samples were analysed out of which 545 (54.50%) were from females and 455 (45.50%) were from males. A total of 241 patients were positive using microscopy giving a prevalence rate of 24.10% across the states with 95% confidence interval of 27.10 to 33.70%. The prevalence rate for the states are as follows, Nasarawa 91(36.40%), Niger 81(32.40%), Benue 52 (20.80%) and FCT 17 (6.80%). Males recorded 24.60% prevalence and was slightly higher than females (23.4%). The most abundant Plasmodium species encountered in the study was P. falciViewViews: 6Google+

Evaluation Of The Occurrence And Distribution Of Hiv Infection In Nembe Communities In Bayelsa State, South-south Nigeria
Researchjournali's Journal Of Public HealthJan,2019
Background: Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS), is a disease condition caused by the virus; the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV). The HIV spread is of serious public health issue in developing countries particularly in Nigeria. This has triggered a lot of interventions in the region. In this light, we intend to see the rate of infections in Nembe communities in Bayelsa State South-South Nigeria to assess the effects of these interventions; the occurrence by sex and the age distribution of the infection. Method: A retrospective study covering 2009 to 2015 was conducted using records of HIV tests from health facilities. Result: The result reveals that 541persons with an ViewViews: 8Google+

Knowlede, Attitude And Practice (kap) Of Using Personal Protective Equipment (ppe) Among Yam Growing Farmers In Qua’an Pan L.g.a. Of Plateau State, Nigeria
Researchjournali's Journal Of Public HealthJan,2019 premium
The purpose of this paper was to determine the level of Knowledge, Attitude and Practice of using personal protective equipment among Yam Growing Farmers in Qua’an Pan LGA of Plateau State, Nigeria. The study used Cross-Sectional Survey Research Design. The study was conducted in Qua’an Pan L.G.A of Plateau State, Nigeria. The population of the study consisted of all Yam Growing Farmers in the area of study who apply pesticides to their yam’s farm directly. Purposive sampling technique was employed to select two yam growing farmers from each household to arrive at the sample size population of 200 respondents for the study. The instrument used for data collection for the stuViewViews: 14Google+

African Traditional Perspectives On Sentencing, Victim’s Rights And Recidivism
Researchjournali's Journal Of SociologyJan,2019
Justice from the traditional African perspectives is restorative, and part of its aims is to find a balance and harmony among humans and the society. This looks attractive because it is the aim of every society to have a harmonious environment. However, this leaves us with the question whether justice is really established because the victim’s rights tends to lack adequate protection in this arrangement and this ends up encouraging recidivism on the part of the offender. Thus, this essay argues that there is the need for proper redefining of African traditional perspectives on sentencing in a way that will integrate retributive justice. This will not only ensure adequate protection of the ViewViews: 8Google+

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