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  • 81. IMPACT OF URBANIZATION ON SLUM DEVELOPMENT IN CALABAR

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.0 Background of Study Recent economic and political changes have fostered migration to urban centers the world over, the urban population is growing at an unprecedented rate which is much higher in developing countries (UNH 2003).Urbanization refers to the process in which an increasing number of an entire population are living in cities and suburbs; this phenomena is cl...Continue Reading »

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  • 82. AN ASSESSMENT OF THE QUALITY AND SAFETY OF TALBA HOUSING ESTATE MINNA

    » 1.0 INTRODUCTION Housing can be defined as the process of providing a large number of residential buildings on a permanent basis with adequate physical infrastructure and social amenities, (services) in planned, decent, safe, and sanitary neighbourhoods to meet the basic and special needs of the population especially the low and medium income earners (NHP: 2004). Adequate, safe and qualitative hou...Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  146 engagements | 

  • 83. ASSESSMENT OF FLOOD VULNERABILITY IN LOKOJA METROPOLIS, KOGI STATE

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.0 INTRODUCTION Floods are among the most devastating natural disasters and cost many lives every year (Dilley et al. 2005). Flooding seriously affects people‘s lives and property (Wang, 1999). In a time period of 6 years (1989–1994), 80% of declared disasters in US were related to flooding; flood themselves around the world average four billion dollars annually in propert...Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  170 engagements | 

  • 84. DESIGN AND IMPLEMENT A FINGERPRINT BASED LOCKING SYSTEM

    » CHAPTER ONEINTRODUCTIONOverview of ResearchWaste production is a global problem and it is increasing day by day. This is a result of two main factors which are population growth and increase in consumption. In addition to the problems of rapid population growth, increase and variety of consumer goods and products, rising trend of consuming culture, increasing use of disposable materials and uncont...Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  126 engagements | 

  • 85. FACTORS INFLUENCING MAIZE PRODUCTION AMONG SMALL SCALE FARMERS IN KENYA, A CASE ...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the study Maize is one of the most important cereal crops in the world, in agricultural economy both as food for human beings, feed for animals and other industrial raw materials. It is one of the world’s leading crops cultivated over an area of about 142 million hectares with a production of 637 million tons of grain. In Nepal, the current area pla...Continue Reading »

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  • 86. IMPACT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS AND FOOD SECURITY IN ESSIEN UDIM LOCAL GOVERNME...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the Study Open air market serves as an institution for the exchange of goods and services, a place for actualizing economic desire (Debra, 2071). Open air markets play a very vital role in the economic life of the people especially in the chain of commodity distribution. It is also a significant cultural environment which helps to strengthen the economic ...Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  124 engagements | 

  • 87. ASSESSMENT OF HOUSEHOLD SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT IN GOMBE, NIGERIA

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY Solid waste management has become a global problem especially in developing countries of the world. One of the major factors that directly contribute to solid waste generation is urbanization and population growth. World population reached seven billion in 2011 and continues to rise with projection nearing 9.3 billion by 2050 (UNFPA 2010). Urban...Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  137 engagements | 

  • 88. ASSESSEMENT OF LANDSCAPE PLANNING IN NIGERIA URBAN CENTERS (A CASES STUDY OF OSO...

    » Land is one of the resources of the ecosystem, central to the existence of man and the assessment of land as an aspect of resource management is germane to effective planning and sustainable development. Land usually functions as corridors for fresh air supply and facilitates good air circulation in general; it enhances the recreational quality for the public and the overall image of a place. The ...Continue Reading »

    70 pages |  255 engagements | 

  • 89. WASTE MANAGEMENT AS A TOOL FOR REVENUE GENERATION (A CASE STUDY OF RIWAMA RIVERS...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1Background of the study Over the years, Nigeria has experienced rapid population growth, urbanization and industrialization. Currently, the population is approximately 28.5 million, of which more than 70% live in urban areas. This rapid development has resulted in the generation of more municipal solid waste (Badgie et al., 2012, Fauziah and Agamuthu, 2012). In general,...Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  222 engagements | 

  • 90. CAUSES OF EXCESS FLOOD

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the Study Flood is the overflow of water into an environment that is normally dry thereby causing inundation and harm to plants and animals, including man. Its harm can be extended to man’s buildings and infrastructures (Udosen, 2011). Most flood definitions include damage they cause and depend on their sources or types and magnitude. In the case of...Continue Reading »

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  • 91. IMPACT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the Study Open air market serves as an institution for the exchange of goods and services, a place for actualizing economic desire (Debra, 2071). Open air markets play a very vital role in the economic life of the people especially in the chain of commodity distribution. It is also a significant cultural environment which helps to strengthen the economic ...Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  665 engagements | 

  • 92. CONSEQUENCES OF INCOMPATIBLE LAND USES ON THE ENVIRONMENT

    » ABSTRACT This research examined the consequences of incompatible land uses on the environment of Uyo Urban. The study adopted a survey approach. It was carried out with questionnaire administration, land uses, structures and sector survey. Random sampling of 748 household heads within the identified 6 residential zones in Uyo Urban was adopted. The residential areas were demarcated following route...Continue Reading »

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  • 93. THE EFFECT OF URBAN GROWTH ON WATER SUPPLY (A CASE STUDY OF UYO METROPOLIS)

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  • 94. THE EFFECT OF URBAN GROWTH ON WATER SUPPLY (A CASE STUDY OF UYO METROPOLIS)

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  • 95. AFRICAN STANDBY FORCE: PROSPECTS FOR REGIONAL SECURITY

    » ABSTRACT This research was carried out to analyse the concept of the African Standby Force (ASF) and its prospects for regional security on the African continent. Series of conflicts in Africa and their attendant problems have killed millions, destroyed property and hindered Africa’s growth. If African countries are to achieve any meaningful development, they must be relatively crises free. ...Continue Reading »

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  • 96. EFFECTS OF IT IN MARKETING OF COMMUNICATION SERVICE (CASE: SAFARICOM KENYA LTD)

    » ABSTRACT The use of information technology on marketing of communication services is a major prob lem faced by most communication companies. Many organizations are still striving in integrat ing marketing functions with information technology, hindering effective marketing of com munication services. The main purpose of this study was therefore to determine the effects of information technology on...Continue Reading »

    45 pages |  333 engagements | 

  • 97. COMMUNITY SELF HELP PROGRAMMES AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Rural community development through self help approach is an age long social activity in our society. Even before the advent of the colonial administration, people had at different time in history, organized themselves into group and had employed communal resource to provide physical improvement and functional facilities in their respective loca...Continue Reading »

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  • 98. THE EFFECTS OF RURAL-URBAN MIGRATION ON PUBLIC UTILITIES

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY We live in a world shaped by human migration. Everyday people make decisions to leave their hometown, or even their own country and move elsewhere to work, study, retire or reunite with their families. Migration has changed the demographic composition of towns, cities and nations. Consider this for instance: in 1960 there were only 30 countries ...Continue Reading »

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  • 99. EVALUATION OF THE POLLUTION STATUS IN UYO DUMP SITE METROPOLIS USING AFRICAN GIA...

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.1 Introduction Waste generation is an integral aspect of human existence that is unavoidable. It is a product of resource use process that has the capacity to be inconveniencing and harmful leading in extreme cases to pollution with resultant epidemics and catastrophic consequences. Waste is used to describe any item or object that is no longer suitable for use in the owner’s o...Continue Reading »

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  • 100. RESIDENTIAL PREFERENCES AND PATTERNS IN ABRAKA, ETHIOPE EAST LOCAL GOVERNMENT AR...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1Background to study One of the basic needs of man is shelter, which has been recognized world wide as only next to food. Agbola and Kassin (2007) stated that all houses are shelters but not all shelters are houses. For a shelter to be called a house, it must fulfill the needs and aspirations of the users. They went further to state that a good house should have a quiet ...Continue Reading »

    54 pages |  483 engagements | 

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