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Assessment Of Effects Of Various Types Of Forest Flora Food Resources Exploitation On The Livelihood Of Rural Households And Their Intensity Of Utilization In Benue State, Nigeria
Researchjournali's Journal Of ForestryApr,2019
The study was carried out to access the various types of forest flora foods resources exploited and their intensity of utilization by the rural households in Benue state, Nigeria. A well structured interview schedule was used to purposively elicit information from eligible 300 respondents. The result of the study revealed that majorly, fruits (60.0%) were exploited and very highly intensively utilized (61.0%) while nuts (51.7%) were exploited and very highly intensively utilized (60.0%) the study concluded that the major identified forest flora foods resources were fruits and nuts.ViewViews: 4Google+

The Socio-economic Determinants Of Woodfuel Extraction From Gazetted Forests Within Koibatek Forests Zone, Mau Forest Complex, Kenya
Researchjournali's Journal Of ForestryApr,2019
The livelihood of most people in developing world depend on woodfuel, crop residues and animal dung rather than coal, oil or nuclear for their energy needs (United Nations Development Programme et al, 2000). The contribution of forests to woodfuel supply is essential and will remain so for the foreseeable future (FAO, 2010). However, little has been done on the socio-economic determinants of woodfuel extraction from global forests and particularly gazetted forests. This paper studied socio-economic determinants of woodfuel extraction from gazetted forests of Koibatek Forest Zone, Mau Forest Complex, Kenya.ViewViews: 5Google+

Influence Of Talent Attraction On Knowledge Retention In Government Ministries In Kenya
Researchjournali's Journal Of Human ResourceApr,2019 premium
The aim of this study was to assess the influence of talent attraction on knowledge retention in government ministries in Kenya. The moderating effect of top management commitment on the influence of talent attraction on knowledge retention was also examined. From the two objectives two null hypotheses were developed. The study relied on extensive literature review and qualitative and quantitative study designs. Using a questionnaire, a survey was conducted with employees of 7 randomly sampled government ministries as the respondents. The sample size was 385 respondents who were selected using a statistical formula used to determine the sample in a population with over ten thousand subjects.ViewViews: 7Google+

Effects Of Motivation On Public Sector Performance: A Case Of Forestry Research Institute Of Ghana
Researchjournali's Journal Of Human ResourceApr,2019
This study was conducted to assess the effect of motivation on public sector performance. Forestry Research Institute of Ghana of Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR-FORIG) was used as a case. Stratified sampling was the technique used in data collection using questionnaires. The data collected was analyzed using SPSS. The study revealed that people joined public service for various reasons and will be motivated to give their best at work when working tools and equipment are available, when they have good general work environment and also receive periodic training for personal development.ViewViews: 8Google+

How Well The Undergraduate Understand About The Goods And Services Tax (gst)
Researchjournali's Journal Of ManagementApr,2019
Taxpayers' knowledge of Goods and Services Tax (GST) serves as a fundamental driving factor for voluntary compliance behaviour. When tax payers are equipped with a good level of GST knowledge, they are more likely to be alert to GST policies and its related information, which improve GST policies application. Further, research studies show taxpayers are likely to have a favourable attitude towards tax system when they possess better level of tax knowledge. In Malaysia, GST implementation was supported by substantial governmental funding for training programmes directed mainly at business entities. GST training grants were provided for talks, workshopsViewViews: 35Google+

Determinants Of Mother-to-child Hiv Transmission Among Hiv Exposed Infants In Siaya County, Kenya
Researchjournali's Journal Of Public HealthApr,2019 premium
In Kenya, approximately 3.3% to 4% of infants born annually are exposed to HIV due to lack of PMTCT interventions. Factors associated with mother-to-child HIV transmission as not been adequately investigated in Kenya. The study aim was to investigate factors associated with mother-to-child HIV transmission (MTCT) among HIV exposed infants in Siaya County. A retrospective cohort study design was adopted. Data involving 179 HIV exposed infants and their HIV infected mothers were abstracted from maternal child health medical records and retrospectively followed up for 18 months.ViewViews: 29Google+

The Prevalent Causes Of Non-disclosure Of Hiv Status And Their Effect On Tema Municipality
Researchjournali's Journal Of Public HealthApr,2019
This research looks at the widespread effect of HIV patients (adults)' unwillingness to disclose their HIV Status. The study takes the Tema Municipality as a case study to investigate the causes of non-disclosure of HIV status. A sample of 300 HIV-infected adults who currently attending Tema General Hospital for medicals and counseling are selected. The focus was on their disclosure rate, gender disclosure rate, outcomes of disclosure and non-disclosure and causes of non-disclosure of their HIV status. The study reveals that 75% of the sampled respondents had revealed their HIV status and 25% failed to do so. A lot of factors were found out to be the reasons for non-disclosure.ViewViews: 22Google+

Knowledge, Ownership And Utilization Of Insecticide-treated Nets Between Shema And Isa Kaita College Communities, Dutsin-ma, Katsina State, Nigeria
Researchjournali's Journal Of Public HealthApr,2019
This study investigated comparative analysis of knowledge, ownership and utilization of insecticide-treated nets between residents of Shema Quarter and Isa Kaita College of Education Community, Dutsin-Ma, Katsina State Nigeria with the view to proffering a lasting solution. In this study, seven research questions were raised and answered and four hypotheses were tested. The cross-sectional research design was used. The population of this study comprises all residents of Shema Quarter and Isa Kaita College of Education Community with 66 and 111 residents respectively totalling 177 participants used in this study.ViewViews: 9Google+

Role Of Cassava Farmers' Cooperative Society Among Farmers In Orelope Local Government Area Of Oyo State, Nigeria
Researchjournali's Journal Of SociologyApr,2019 super premium
The study assesses the role of cassava farmer's cooperative society in Orelope Local Government Area of Oyo State, Nigeria. Multi-stage sampling procedures were employed to obtain the sample size of 171 for the study. Structure questionnaire was used for data collection. Data collected were analyzed using descriptive and inferential statistic. The result of the findings revealed that the average mean age of the respondents was 45years and majorities (93%) were married while (90.1%) were male. The results revealed that loan/credit (100%), inadequate financial capital (91.2%) and farmer's information need (81.9%) were among the major factorsViewViews: 48Google+

Combining Ability For Earliness,and Yield Among South Sudanese F1 Sorghum Genotypes
Researchjournali's Journal Of AgricultureMar,2019 super premium
The development of staygreen genotypes through hybridization is an important food security strategy in the semi-arid tropics. This study used 36 sorghum synthetics obtained from a 6 x 6 full diallel mating design. The parents, F1 progenies and their reciprocals showed significant difference for days to flowering suggesting their diversity with regard to this triat. There were significant differences among the maternal and non-maternal effects implying that maternal genes play a greater role in regulating maturity. There were higher genetic predictability ratios for days to flowering, panicle weight and grain weightViewViews: 96Google+

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