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Encouraging Entreprepreneurship In Tanzania Through Saccos, Boot-Strap Financing And Selling Airtime As Few Alternative Ways Of Getting Capital-A Case Study of Educated Youths In Ilala Municipality

Ikandilo Kushoka
This paper discusses few alternatives for capital sourcing for educated youths in Tanzania namely: SACCOs, boot-strap financing and selling airtime vouchers. Youths in Tanzania, find it difficult to get capital from financial institutions, as they are required to provide collateral, which they lack. Instead, youths depend on own saving, families and friends as a source of capital. The objective of this study is to examine few alternative ways for youths to get capital for operating...

Factors Influencing the Optimization of Organizational Sustainable Performance

Rajendran Muthuveloo
This research was carried out to identify the factors which influence the organizational sustainable performance. A total of 150 sets of structures questionnaires were distributed to the Multinational Corporations (MNCs) located in Malaysia and 84.6 percent of the total questionnaires sent were responded and returned. In order to test the relationship between the variables, the data collected from the respondents were analysed using various statistical techniques including descriptive statistics, factor analysis, reliability analysis, correlation analysis...

Factors Influencing the Optimization of Organizational Sustainable Performance

Rajendran Muthuveloo
This research was carried out to identify the factors which influence the organizational sustainable performance. A total of 150 sets of structures questionnaires were distributed to the Multinational Corporations (MNCs) located in Malaysia and 84.6 percent of the total questionnaires sent were responded and returned. In order to test the relationship between the variables, the data collected from the respondents were analysed using various statistical techniques including descriptive statistics, factor analysis, reliability analysis, correlation analysis...

Emirati Youth Trends toward Some Social Networking Issues

Hebatalla El Semary & May Al Khaja
This study aims at exploring Emirati Youths' trends toward three social networking issues which are credibility, privacy and impact on family relations and how their awareness of these controversial issues affects their use of social media. A total of 330 youngsters aged 19-35 were interviewed. The sample was selected from the seven different Emirates within UAE. Moreover, focus group discussions were conducted with three different groups of Emirati students from five different universities and 50...

Emirati Youth Trends toward Some Social Networking Issues

Hebatalla El Semary & May Al Khaja
This study aims at exploring Emirati Youths' trends toward three social networking issues which are credibility, privacy and impact on family relations and how their awareness of these controversial issues affects their use of social media. A total of 330 youngsters aged 19-35 were interviewed. The sample was selected from the seven different Emirates within UAE. Moreover, focus group discussions were conducted with three different groups of Emirati students from five different universities and 50...

The Relation between Organizational Intelligence and Prerequisites for the Establishment of Learning Organization in I.R.I.B-Centers in Provinces

Hossein Mohamad Khani, Kamran Rajaee Reza & Mehdizadeh
In competitive atmosphere dominating media in the world, all the management systems of media should recognize two important components: Organizational intelligence and learning organization. The present study was carried out with the view to establishing the relationship between organizational intelligence and prerequisites for the establishment of learning organization in I.R.I.B centers of provinces. Regarding aim, the study is applicable, and methodically it is a descriptive-correlation one. The sample population for the research comprises managers and...

The Relation between Organizational Intelligence and Prerequisites for the Establishment of Learning Organization in I.R.I.B-Centers in Provinces

Hossein Mohamad Khani, Kamran Rajaee Reza & Mehdizadeh
In competitive atmosphere dominating media in the world, all the management systems of media should recognize two important components: Organizational intelligence and learning organization. The present study was carried out with the view to establishing the relationship between organizational intelligence and prerequisites for the establishment of learning organization in I.R.I.B centers of provinces. Regarding aim, the study is applicable, and methodically it is a descriptive-correlation one. The sample population for the research comprises managers and...

An analysis of Heritage sites to promote lifelong learning in Botswana

Professor Wapula Raditloaneng & Ms. Keneilwe Molosi Professor Wapula Raditloaneng
The sustainable use of heritage sites that people identify and interact with socially to promote lifelong learning through teaching, research and service has continued to reach out to the business communities, parastatals, and organisations of the civil society in promoting tangible and intangible expressions for the creation of a stable social environment. This is a social environment free and uninterrupted economic activity can take place. The Ministry of Labour and Home Affairs formulated a National...

An analysis of Heritage sites to promote lifelong learning in Botswana

Professor Wapula Raditloaneng & Ms. Keneilwe Molosi Professor Wapula Raditloaneng
The sustainable use of heritage sites that people identify and interact with socially to promote lifelong learning through teaching, research and service has continued to reach out to the business communities, parastatals, and organisations of the civil society in promoting tangible and intangible expressions for the creation of a stable social environment. This is a social environment free and uninterrupted economic activity can take place. The Ministry of Labour and Home Affairs formulated a National...

Impairment of assets appraised in accordance with IAS 36

Maria Da Conceição Da Costa Marques
The impairment of assets and their impact on business accounting is an important aspect to consider in accounting, affecting also decision-making. This paper discusses the importance and role of impairment of assets in accounts. It takes into account the losses of impairment of assets and their effects on the preparation and presentation of financial statements. Discusses to what extent the company can improve its decision making process with the development of accounting information produced in...

Impairment of assets appraised in accordance with IAS 36

Maria Da Conceição Da Costa Marques
The impairment of assets and their impact on business accounting is an important aspect to consider in accounting, affecting also decision-making. This paper discusses the importance and role of impairment of assets in accounts. It takes into account the losses of impairment of assets and their effects on the preparation and presentation of financial statements. Discusses to what extent the company can improve its decision making process with the development of accounting information produced in...

Drinking Honey Along With Superman:An Esthetic Symbolic Study on Product Packaging

Pujiyanto
This research aimed to find out the textual and contextual symbolic esthetics of “Madurasa Superman” product packaging design of PT. Air Mancur Indonesia. This research was a case study using a descriptive qualitative design constituting both picture and writing on primary and secondary packaging design. The data was obtained from observation, interview, and documentation, while the analysis used symbolic theory. Symbol, according to Peirce, as a sign was divided into three based on the relationship...

Drinking Honey Along With Superman:An Esthetic Symbolic Study on Product Packaging

Pujiyanto
This research aimed to find out the textual and contextual symbolic esthetics of “Madurasa Superman” product packaging design of PT. Air Mancur Indonesia. This research was a case study using a descriptive qualitative design constituting both picture and writing on primary and secondary packaging design. The data was obtained from observation, interview, and documentation, while the analysis used symbolic theory. Symbol, according to Peirce, as a sign was divided into three based on the relationship...

The Multiple Roles of Teacher and Teacher Training in Pakistan

Muhammad Akram
The role of teacher has been revolutionized in the modern era. The stick and rod culture now has been replaced by the use of modern technology in teaching. This paper highlights the multiple roles of school teachers and teacher training in Pakistan. Teachers fail to add to the confidence of the students. Teachers are not familiar with classroom methodology just because of lack of proper teacher training modules and the use of modern technology in...

The Multiple Roles of Teacher and Teacher Training in Pakistan

Muhammad Akram
The role of teacher has been revolutionized in the modern era. The stick and rod culture now has been replaced by the use of modern technology in teaching. This paper highlights the multiple roles of school teachers and teacher training in Pakistan. Teachers fail to add to the confidence of the students. Teachers are not familiar with classroom methodology just because of lack of proper teacher training modules and the use of modern technology in...

Assessing Supply Chain Management Practices on Organizational Performance; a Case Study of the West African Examinations Council (Waec), Ghana National Office, Accra

Alexander Fianko Otchere, Jonathan Annan & Amoako Aggrey Daniel
Improved organizational performance is determined by how an entity strategically trade-off cost (efficiency) and responsiveness at all levels. Incorporating supply chain practices into existing structures has the potential of yielding positive returns for the organisation. The objective of this study was to assess the supply chain management practices (SCMP) and the critical success factors with its associated benefits on organizational performance at WAEC. The study used primary data from field survey using questionnaire instrument. Both...

Assessing Supply Chain Management Practices on Organizational Performance; a Case Study of the West African Examinations Council (Waec), Ghana National Office, Accra

Alexander Fianko Otchere, Jonathan Annan & Amoako Aggrey Daniel
Improved organizational performance is determined by how an entity strategically trade-off cost (efficiency) and responsiveness at all levels. Incorporating supply chain practices into existing structures has the potential of yielding positive returns for the organisation. The objective of this study was to assess the supply chain management practices (SCMP) and the critical success factors with its associated benefits on organizational performance at WAEC. The study used primary data from field survey using questionnaire instrument. Both...

Diagnosis of cervical cancer by a urine test

Anna Łopuszyńska, Bartłomiej Pawlicki, Mateusz Pawlicki, Karol Lorenc, Magdalena Kozioł & Zofia Misztal
Łopuszyńska Anna, Pawlicki Bartłomiej, Pawlicki Mateusz, Lorenc Karol, Kozioł Magdalena, Misztal Zofia. Diagnosis of cervical cancer by a urine test. Journal of Education, Health and Sport. 2019;9(8):823-828. eISSN 2391-8306. DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3408182 http://ojs.ukw.edu.pl/index.php/johs/article/view/7246 The journal has had 7 points in Ministry of Science and Higher Education parametric evaluation. Part B item 1223 (26/01/2017). 1223 Journal of Education, Health and Sport eISSN 2391-8306 7 © The Authors 2019; This article is published with open access at Licensee...

Diagnosis of cervical cancer by a urine test

Anna Łopuszyńska, Bartłomiej Pawlicki, Mateusz Pawlicki, Karol Lorenc, Magdalena Kozioł & Zofia Misztal
Łopuszyńska Anna, Pawlicki Bartłomiej, Pawlicki Mateusz, Lorenc Karol, Kozioł Magdalena, Misztal Zofia. Diagnosis of cervical cancer by a urine test. Journal of Education, Health and Sport. 2019;9(8):823-828. eISSN 2391-8306. DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3408182 http://ojs.ukw.edu.pl/index.php/johs/article/view/7246 The journal has had 7 points in Ministry of Science and Higher Education parametric evaluation. Part B item 1223 (26/01/2017). 1223 Journal of Education, Health and Sport eISSN 2391-8306 7 © The Authors 2019; This article is published with open access at Licensee...

(PDF) Halki Diabetes Remedy Review: Eric Whitfield

Eric Whitfield
Product Name: Halki Diabetes Remedy Creator Name: Eric Whitfield Bonus: Yes Official Website: Click Here Eric Whitfield’s Halki Diabetes Remedy is a 21-days of 60-second system designed to eliminating Type 2 Diabetes. It will provide you with exercises, meals and recipes to help you control your blood sugar. Halki Diabetes Remedy program eBook includes: Diabetes-Reversing Charts Recipes 21-Day Meal Plan Halki Diabetes Remedy Bonus Relaxed Mind Healthy Body Archive Your Goals Video Series Energy Multiplier...

(PDF) Halki Diabetes Remedy Review: Eric Whitfield

Eric Whitfield
Product Name: Halki Diabetes Remedy Creator Name: Eric Whitfield Bonus: Yes Official Website: Click Here Eric Whitfield’s Halki Diabetes Remedy is a 21-days of 60-second system designed to eliminating Type 2 Diabetes. It will provide you with exercises, meals and recipes to help you control your blood sugar. Halki Diabetes Remedy program eBook includes: Diabetes-Reversing Charts Recipes 21-Day Meal Plan Halki Diabetes Remedy Bonus Relaxed Mind Healthy Body Archive Your Goals Video Series Energy Multiplier...

Parental Involvement: An Untapped Potential For Transforming Special Needs Education In Zimbabwe

Pedzisai Goronga & Jane Mutasa
This study attempted to identify untapped potential within the cultural heritage of African communities that could be utilized in enhancing the running of inclusive programmes in Zimbabwe. The study was informed by the Negotiating Model by Dale (1996) where parents and professionals engage in negotiating and joint decision making, developing a shared perspective on their strengths, concerns and needs. A case study design was adopted and interview and observation guides were used as data gathering...

Parental Involvement: An Untapped Potential For Transforming Special Needs Education In Zimbabwe

Pedzisai Goronga & Jane Mutasa
This study attempted to identify untapped potential within the cultural heritage of African communities that could be utilized in enhancing the running of inclusive programmes in Zimbabwe. The study was informed by the Negotiating Model by Dale (1996) where parents and professionals engage in negotiating and joint decision making, developing a shared perspective on their strengths, concerns and needs. A case study design was adopted and interview and observation guides were used as data gathering...

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