URBANTRANSFORMATION IN KISUMU

(CASE OF OGINGA ODINGA STREET) City building is the process by which urban habitats are created and Landscapes made up of houses, buildings, squares, streets, gardens, etc. Are produced. It involves landowners, regulators, planners, designers, builders, lenders, and so on; it also involves action and compromise, and the outcome of decisions made both separately and … Read more

Bacillariophyceae as Indictors of Ecological Status in Kabini River, Nanjangud.

Abstract: Bacillariophyceae are widely used for the bioassessment of lakes and river due to their broad distribution and their ability to integrate changes occurring in water composition and quality. The objective of current research is to evaluate the Kabini river ecology using diatoms communities as indicators. Water and diatoms samples were collected from Kabini river, … Read more

Transport systems in London

A transport system refers to the structure and modes of transport through which animals, goods and people move from one place to another. Some of the modes of transport include roads, waterways, railways, pipelines, cables and space. If well implemented, a transport system seeks to minimize transport costs and ensure effective delivery of goods and … Read more

Boko Haram

Nigeria, a West African country with a population of about 170 million people has witnessed several terrorist attacks since 2003. Nigeria is a multi-ethnic country with different religious groups. The country is made up of both Muslims and Christians with Muslims more in the north and Christians in the south1. For many decades Nigeria has … Read more

Language policy in Estonia

The question of language policy in Estonia is very painful and causes much controversy. There is no doubt that the titulerede nation in the Republic of Estonian language has an important symbolic value. The special status and special role recognized also by the minority, but many are dissatisfied with etablerende rules and regulations, if have … Read more

The West African Gas Pipeline (WAGP)

The 678 kilometer West African Gas Pipeline (WAGP) has a link connecting into the existing Escravos-Lagos pipeline at the Nigeria gas company’s Itoki natural gas export terminal in Nigeria and continues to a beachhead in Lagos. From lagos it moves offshore to Takoradi, in Ghana, with natural gas delivery laterals from the 20 inch diameter … Read more

Urban Informal Settlements in Modern Iran

Urban informal settlements are associated with informal land transactions, uncertain housing tenure, and insufficient access to urban and socioeconomic services, nonstandard shelter, and various aspects of poverty. This article discussed discusses the development of informal settlements in Iran and the evolution of government policies and programs dealing with them. Prior to the 1979 Revolution. The … Read more

COUNTRY REPORT ON REPUBLIC OF CROATIA

Croatia is a European country that belonged to the Austro-Hungarian Empire until World War I ended. In 1918 together, the Croats Serbs and the Slovenes formed a Kingdom, which was later recognised in the year 1929 as Yugoslavia. Yugoslavia basked in its moment throughout World War II after which Croatia declared itself independent in 1991 … Read more

India and Qatar

The traditional association between India and Qatar is very old. Long before India’s independence, Bombay (Mumbai) was a premier sorting and marketing centre for pearls from the Gulf and, until the late 1960s, Indian currency and postage stamps were used in Qatar. Over the years, there have been considerable people-to-people contacts and cultural interchange between … Read more

Poverty in Botswana

1.0 INTRODUCTION At the independence era Botswana was amongst the world’s poorest countries. The country was dependent on Britain to finance its budget. With the discovery of diamonds in 1967, 1972 and 1975 in Orapa, Jwaneng and Letlhakane respectively; Botswana became middle-income country departing the status of being poor country. Despite being middle-income country Botswana … Read more

PERSPECTIVE ON AFRICA

2.1 Introduction Sub-Saharan Africa includes countries that are south of the Sahara Desert. The African Transition Zone cuts across the southern and edge of the Sahara Desert at the widespread position of the continent (Sub-Saharan Africa 2012). Some of the regions below the desert can be divided into regional components: Central Africa, East Africa, Southern … Read more

Uganda

Uganda is undoubtedly a nation with a colourful history. Following its independence from British Rule, Uganda has suffered a number of intra-state conflicts, including military coups, dictatorships and armed rebellions which, in the last 30 years, have claimed the lives of almost one million people as a direct result of the violence or its aftermath … Read more

The United Kingdom and Brazil compared

Introduction Every country has something different to offer the world socially, economically & culturally whether is it natural resources, a large workforce or military strength, it is also fair to say that every country is different. The UK and Brazil are two of the world’s leading economies where one is a developed nation whereas the … Read more

Public transportation in Malaysia

CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION OF STUDY 1.1 Introduction Public transportation in Malaysia is increasing and expanding to fulfill the demand of customer to travel from one place to another (Nursitihazlin, 2006). Public transportation play a big role in transportation industry that is became as an option for a public people to move and to improve an … Read more

INDIAN NATIONALISM (1757-1947)

Great Britain had colonized the nation of India amid the 1700’s when East India organization picked up control of India in 1757 however the Company ruled India without impedance from British Government until 1800s With the measure of crude materials and the developing business for British products, the British government starts to build its control. … Read more

Critical review II: The Dependency theory

Latin American countries have always been exposed to western influence. With its neo-liberalist stance the west encourages Latin America to open up its trade and cooperate with the west. During the 1960s many countries wanted to keep Western influence outside because they were convinced that this would negatively influence their development. A consequence of this … Read more

Public transportation in Malaysia

CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION OF STUDY 1.1 Introduction Public transportation in Malaysia is increasing and expanding to fulfill the demand of customer to travel from one place to another (Nursitihazlin, 2006). Public transportation play a big role in transportation industry that is became as an option for a public people to move and to improve an … Read more

Critical review II – The Dependency theory

Latin American countries have always been exposed to western influence. With its neo-liberalist stance the west encourages Latin America to open up its trade and cooperate with the west. During the 1960s many countries wanted to keep Western influence outside because they were convinced that this would negatively influence their development. A consequence of this … Read more