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Youth Employment and Peace Building in Galkayo District, Somalia

ABSTRACT  The study sought to establish the relationship between the relationship between youth employment opportunities and peace building among in Galkayo district Somalia. The study was guided by four specific objectives and these included: to establish the relationship between youth employment creation and peace building in Galkayo district Somalia; to examine the influence of youth skills development on peace building in Galkayo District Somalia; to investigate the influence of youth em...

Conceptual Writing and Development of Writing Skills among English Language Students in Selected Secondary Schools in Makindye Division, Kampala Uganda

ABSTRACT  The purpose of the study was to examine the influence of conceptual writing on the development of writing skills among English language students in selected secondary schools in Makindye Division, Kampala District Uganda. For this reason, the study specifically ascertained the effect of expository writing, assessed the significance of descriptive writing and examined the role of narrative writing on development of writing skills among such students in the same schools in the divisi...

Influence of Socio-Demographic Variables and Television Broadcast on European Football Leagues Followership Among Football Fans in Ibadan Nigeria

The industry of Sports, and in particular, football, has become a veritable avenue to keep societies alive especially in recent years around the world. The objective of this study was to examine the Influence of Socio-Demographic Variables and Television Broadcast on European Football followership among fans in Ibadan, South West Nigeria.The research design involved a mixed-method approach, with the use of both qualitative and quantitative techniques. 

Piracy along Somalia Coast An Examination of its Impact on International Trade and Security

ABSTRACT  This study carried out an investigation of piracy along Somalia coast, and it impact of international trade and security. The objectives of the study were 1) To establish the extent of piracy along Somalia coast 2) to examine the level of international trade and security 3) To establish a relationship between the extent of piracy along the Somali coast and the level of international trade and security. The study employed descriptive correlation study design which involved a quantit...

Arabic-English Translation of Cultural Concepts by Students of Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda

ABSTRACT  The study investigated the constraints faced by Ugandan students in the translation of cultural concepts in Arabic and English and also into their local languages. The theory that grounded this research was Newmark’s theory (1988). The objectives of the study were to identify the difficulties in translating cultural concepts in Arabic/ English translation; to analyze the origin of the cultural concepts in the students’ local languages, and to determine the procedures for better...

Contributions of the International Community to Refugee Governance in Uganda

ABSTRACT  This study assessed the contributions of the international community towards refugee governance in Uganda, with the objective of evaluating the impact of forced migration and refugee crisis on Uganda, and assessing the role of international organizations and the challenges they face. Owing to the nature of this study, it took on the international relations theory of Rational Choice Institutionalism (RCI). RCI is a theoretical model that explains institutions with a premise that dif...

Okonkwo's Reincarnation: A Comparison of Achebe's Things Fall Apart and No Longer at Ease

 In their paper, "Okonkwo’s Reincarnation: A Comparison of Achebe’s Things Fall Apart and No Longer at Ease," Mary JanePatrick Nwakaego Okolie and Ginikachi Christian Uzoma explore the reincarnation myth, a global concept founded basically in religion and tradition. It was especially vibrant in the ancient times in places like Egypt, Greece, and in continents like Asia and Africa, which possess varying understandings of the myth. In Igbo tradition, for example, it is believed that reinca...

Socio-Cultural Practices and Girl Child Education in Hodan District, Mogadishu, Somalia

ABSTRACT  The is sought to investigate Socio-Cultural Practices and Girl Child Education in Hodan District, Mogadishu, Somalia with the following objective’s the general object of the study was to examine socio-cultural practices and girl child education in Hodan District, Mogadishu, Somalia and the Specific Objectives were (i) To examine the state of girl child education in Hodan District, Mogadishu, Somalia, (ii) To examine the relationship between socio-cultural practices and girl child...

Human Trafficking

This paper identifies human trafficking business and investigate whether there is human trafficking business model. It equally identifies various players in human trafficking business. The paper clearly details the organization of human trafficking business with a description of the various elements of human trafficking business model. 

The Effect of Advertising on Sale Volume (A Case Study of Unilever Nigeria Plc)

TABLE OF CONTENT            Pages  Title Page ​i Certification ​ii Dedication ​iii Acknowledgment​iv Abstract ​v Table of Content ​vi   CHAPTER ONE  1.0​ Introduction ​1 1.1​ History of Advertising ​2 1.2​ Historical Background of Unilever Nigeria Plc ​4 1.3​ Statement of Problems ​6 1.3​ Purpose of the Study ​3 1.4 ​Objectives of the Study ​7 ​ 1.5​ Research questions ​7 1.6​ Research Hypothesis ​7 1.7​ Research ...

Audience Perception of Development Oriented Program of NTA Lagos

The history of broadcasting in Nigeria can be traced back to 1932 when Lagos started to relay the British empire service from Daventry, England. The establishment of Western Nigeria Television on October 31, 1959 by Obafemi Awolowo, in his capacity as the premier of Western Nigeria. The history of television broadcasting in Nigeria has shown that it has always been a government affair. The deregulation of the industry on January 7, 1992 by former military head of state...

A Survey of User Perception and Satisfaction withReference Services in University Libraries ofPunjab

Despite the processing and propagation of library resources, a key trait of a university library is the services based around personal interaction between users and the library staff. Libraries should make sure that these services show proper levels of customer care and that the information given to the users is useful and at the right level(Loughborough University Library, 2005). Retting (1993) has pointed out that the distinguishing features of reference include a staff designated to provid...

Challenges to the Protection of Right to Work in Private Organisations in Uganda. Case Study of Centenary Bank

ABSTRACT  The study was carried out on “the challenges to the protection of the right to work in private organizations in Uganda”. The research problem was to determine the faciors and laws that hinder the enjoyment of right to work in Uganda for the purpose of introducing reforms. The research objectives that guided the subject included examining the factors that hinder the enjoyment of the right to work, examining the laws necessary to reform the right to work in Uganda and the gaps th...

The Banyarwanda Citizenship Question in Uganda A Case Study of Ntungamo District 1959-2002

ABSTRACT  The Study is about the history of Banyarwanda Citizenship question in Uganda. The 1959 Rwanda revolution left many refugees of Batusti scattered in Ntungamo district. They have negotiated for formal Ugandan citizenship since then but the rules and policies of Uganda governments since independence have not worked in their favour. The work summarises the constant attempts of Banyarwanda refugees to acquire Ugandan citizenship since 1959 -2002.This involved trial to overcome social, p...

Attachment and Aggressive Behavior among Somali Adolescents in Selected Schools in Kampala, Uganda

ABSTRACT The study determined Attachment and Aggressive behavior among Somali Adolescents in selected schools in Kampala, Uganda it was based on the following objectives which were to examine the demographic characteristics of the respondents as to, age and gender, to deterhilne the level of attachment among Somali Adolescents in Selected Schools in Kampala, Uganda, to determine the level of aggressive behavior among Somali Adolescents in Selected Schools inKampala, Uganda and to establish i...


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