Technology

Research Papers/Topics in Technology

Risk Management Practices and Completion of Women Group Projects in Kitui County, Kenya.

ABSTRACT Projects face hurdles ranging from cost overruns, inefficiency, delays, compromised quality and ineffectiveness in meeting set objectives. The main threat to a project are mainly the expected and unexpected risks. Diligent project management dictates that all risks involved are identified, managed, controlled, mitigated or avoided to ensure a project succeeds. Women groups are mainly composed on interest groups whose background in project and risk management knowledge, skills a...

Antipyretic and antinociceptive properties of dichloromethane: methanolic leaf and root bark extracts of carissa edulis (forssk.)Vahl in rats

ABSTRACT Conventional medications are expensive, not easily available and arguably associated with various severe adverse effects hence the need to develop herbal agents that are effective as a complement. Carissa edulis (Forssk.)Vahl is the herb that has previously made thousands of people flock to a remote Loliondo village in Northern Tanzania, for its cure said to apply to all diseases such as cancer, HIV/AIDS, ulcers, hypertension, and diabetes. Although C. edulis (Forssk.)Vahl is ...

Government And Program Implementation Bodies Policies On Performance Of Women Empowerment Projects In Dagoretti Area, Nairobi County, Kenya

ABSTRACT Women’s social, political and economic empowerment is a prerequisite for sustainable improvement and seasoned terrible growth. Accomplishing women’s economic empowerment calls for sound public regulations, a holistic method and lengthy-time period dedication and gender-specific views have to be incorporated on the layout level of policy and programming. Accordingly, this study was designed to investigate the influence of government and program implementation bodies’ polic...

Design And Implementation Of An Online Application System Case Of Kampala International University

TABLE OF CONTENTSDECLARATIONDEDICATIONACKNOWLWDGEMENT iiiCHAPTER ONE 1INTRODUCTION 11.1 BACKGROUND 11.2 Problem statement 31.3 Objectives 31.3.1 Purpose 31.4 Scope 41.5 Significance 41.7 Conceptual Framework 52.0 Introduction 72.1 Information Technology 72.2 Information System 92 .2.1 Components of an Information System 92.2.2 Transaction processing systems (TPS) 10EARS - EndangeredAnimal Rescue Sanctuary 102.3 Static Websites 112.4 Dynamic Websites 112.4.1 An example of Dynamic website 122.5...

An Online Results Management System For An Academic Institution Case Study: Kampala International University School Of Computer Studies

ABSTRACTThis project has examined the way students results are managed at the School of ComputerStudies, Kampala International University. The idea came up as a result of analyzing the systembasing on facts found through Observation, Interviews and Document analysis conducted in thedepartment concerned revealed the need to improve the interaction between the various partiesthat interact with the system. These are the students, lecturers and the faculty personnel assignedto deal with stud...

Risk Management Strategies And Performance Of Construction Projects In Public Secondary Schools In Murang’a County, Kenya

ABSTRACT Performance of construction projects in Kenya is a matter of great concern to stakeholders, as most of the construction projects have experienced delays and cost overruns which have adversely affected their performance. Construction projects are very prone to risk which have the significant impact on their performance in terms of time, cost and quality. As the size and complexity of construction projects increases, ability to manage risk throughout the construction process ...

Information technology and organizational performance: case study of drip irrigation projects in matanya location, laikipia county, kenya.

ABSTRACT Agricultural based projects play a major part in sustaining domestic and regional economic growth and are important agents for alleviating poverty in developing countries. Utilization of technology in agricultural based projects however remains an issue of concern to researchers, government and project stakeholders. Recent studies have demonstrated that technology play a pivotal role in the performance of agricultural based projects. The purpose of this study was to establi...

Critical Success Factors On Sustainability Of Corporate Social Responsibility Projects In Cement Manufacturing Companies In Machakos County, Kenya

ABSTRACT Many companies go into CSR without proper feasibility study or plan and this usually affects the success and future sustainability of the projects. Corporate Social Responsibility is a core strategy in business as it enhances trust, reliance, respect and transparency. In the process of satisfying the needs of stakeholder groups, the companies are able to maximize their commitment to their investors who in turn benefit most. Many companies go into CSR without proper feasibility ...

Evaluation of pre-attachment and post-attachment striga hermonthica (del.) Benth. Resistance in pearl millet (pennisetum glaucum (l.)

ABSTRACT Striga species are parasitic weeds, one of the most devastating biological constraint threatening agriculture especially production of cereals in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), causing approximately 30% to near crop failure, thus endangering the livelihood of more than 300 million poor smallholder famers. One way of combating Striga is having natural host resistance which is cost effective and efficient for tolerance to phytopathogenic damages. Such resistance can either be due to f...

Genetic Transformation Of Banana With Extracellular Secreted Plant Ferredoxinlike Protein (Es-Pflp) Gene

ABSTRACT Banana Xanthomonas wilt (BXW) caused by Xanthomonas campestris pv. musacearum (Xcm) is the most devastating diseases of banana (Musa spp.) in East Africa. There are no effective control measures for this disease. All cultivars of bananas are susceptible for BXW disease. Most cultivated cultivars are triploids and difficult to improve through conventional breeding due to sterility and long generation life cycle. Genetic engineering offers an alternative and effective approach t...

E- Learning Implementation And Performance Of International Schools In Nairobi City County Kenya

ABSTRACT E-learning is widely used in the education sector in nowadays; hence, it is essential to study the effects of technology implementation on performance of students. There are numerous studies about academic performance however; studies on e-learning in Kenya are minimal. This study sought to examine the association of e-learning implementation and performance of international schools in Nairobi. The specific objectives include; determining the effects of; technology readiness, t...

Hiv And Aids Programmes Financing And Sustainability In Kenya: A Case Of The National Aids Control Council (Nacc)

ABSTRACT Kenya is facing a serious sustainability problem as well a significant challenge in financing scale up of HIV and AIDS services to reach universal access, working towards zero HIV new infection, zero discrimination and zero HIV related deaths and attaining beyond zero. The gap between the available resources and actual needs is projected to increase in the coming years and yet the evolving nature of the epidemic requires that NACC through the Government of Kenya begin to plan a...

Integration Of Information, Communication And Technology In Teaching And Learning Of Physics In Secondary Schools In Tigania West Sub-County, Kenya

ABSTRACT This research investigates the extent to which teachers and students of physics utilize ICT as a pedagogical tool in secondary schools in Tigania West District. The development of this study was influenced by various concerns of educational stakeholders about the ICT integration in schools and the competence on the use of ICT as a pedagogical tool. Using constructive theory as a theoretical eye, a survey was carried out in twelve schools that were purposively selected from 40 s...

Influence Of Organizational Factors On Performance Of Monitoring And Evaluation Systems In Primary Education Development In Kisumu County, Kenya

ABSTRACT It is a precondition by benefactors that every proposal must have provision for effective M&E Systems costed for and performed by skilled M&E staff. Donors have further recommended that ten percent of the financial resources must be set aside for performing M & E in donor funded projects. However, this is not the case in primary education development (PRIEDE) project where Head teachers who are the project managers and only have skills on how to monitor and evaluate learner’s...

Human Resource Management System A Case Of Kampala ~Nternat~Onal Unwers~Ty

TABLE OF CONTENT Figure 1: Management Information System 3Figure 2: Management Information System Network 13Figure 3: Data flow Process 19Figure 4: The Human Resource Management System startup form 20Figure 5: Interface showing data entry of general information of employees Figure 6: The interface which shows the input form with data on it 21.1.2 Entity Relationship Model ~‘ERD,).224.1.3 Table structure 224.1.4 Relational Schema 244.1.5 Entity Relationsln~o Diagram for the new system 254....


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