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This paper aimed at analyzing “Factors Affecting Effective Implementation of Training Programs in Tanzania‘s Parastatal Organizations, the case of TANESCO, Dar-es-Salaam and Coastal Zone offices. The study was consistently guided by following objectives: to find out whether Tanesco has workable annual training program; to identify whether the yearly training program.

This paper examined critical factors which affect adaptation of E-learning in Higher Learning Institutions (HLIs) in Tanzania. The Study was guided by these specific objectives: to examine critical barriers of E-learning acceptance with focus on organizational culture or perception on E-learning ;to examine critical barriers of E-learning adaptation with reference to E-learning infrastructure; to ascertain critical barriers of E-learning acceptance with focus on quality content creation of E-learning content.

Enhancement of food safety is the major interest by increasing interest in natural preservatives, which has antioxidant, antimicrobial properties and more healthy specially in meat which is highly susceptible to microbial growth, it is which can cause its spoilage and contributes to food borne diseases in human, resulting in serious health problems.

This paper aimed at determining the factors influencing entrepreneurship performance in Tanzania with a specific reference to Kinondoni Municipality. The study was guided by the following objectives; examining the government policies which must be adopted to improve entrepreneurship performance; and assessing whether the existing government policies have capability to enhance Small and Medium entrepreneurship (SME) in Tanzania. The study adopted a case study methodology. A total of 30 respondents were drawn from different entrepreneurs who are dealing with small and medium businesses.

Background: Microalbuminuria is considered to be an early stage of diabetic nephropathy as well as marker of cardiovascular disease. Objective: The aim of the study was to estimate the prevalence and predictors of microalbuminuria in type 2 diabetic subjects of Bangladesh. Subjects and methods: A total of 578 type 2 diabetic patients (male 308, female 270) with the mean age of 51.00±7.0 years were analyzed. Different biochemical parameters e.g.

This study focused specifically on determining the extent to which duration of vocational training influence university graduates job performance in baking and computer business enterprises respectively. In achieving this, two research questions were raised and two research hypotheses were formulated to guide the study. The study adopted a descriptive survey design. The population of this study include a total of 123 baking business and 208 computer business centres in the Area.

The purpose of this study was to examine effective communication management and the performance of tertiary institutions in Cross River State. Three hypotheses were formulated to guide the study. The study adopted a correlational design and was conducted using Cross River State College of Education, Akamkpa as case study. A proportionate stratified random sampling technique was used to select 30 per cent each from a total of 176 academic staff and 215 Non-academic staff in the institution.

This study gives insights on the reasons for waving of hands as an Ethno-Malayan practice of prayer and worship during the singing of Gozos, Bato Balani sa Gugma and its cultural parallel implications to teacher education curriculum. The researchers used qualitative method through in depth interview of the participants. The lyrics of the Gozos was integrated during the actual interview of the devotees and thematic analysis was used to confirm common themes and their experiences with the anthology behind the song.

Education is one of the key factors in the effectiveness and speed of economic development. Improving and changing social relations depends mostly on the knowledge and on the level of education of people. Modern development requires new knowledge and the need for them is constantly growing. The quality of human resources is a dynamic element of development policy. Its mobility and adaptability accelerates and improves change.

This study aimed to assess the listening and reading comprehension proficiency of the public elementary and high school teachers in Cebu, Philippines. The descriptive research design, simple frequency counts and percentage distributions were used in this research. Four hundredpublic school teachers in the Province of Cebu Philippines were the respondents of this research: two hundred teachers from the elementary and two hundred from high school. A teacher-made test was used to assess the listening and reading comprehension proficiency of the teachers.

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