Assoumpta Mukamugenga & Dr. Eugenia Irechukwu Nkechi
Zain Iqbal, Rakshanda Javaid, Muhammad Tahir, Sohaib Hasnain, Bakar Bin Khatab Abbasi, Faiza Shafiq, Muhammad Ishaq
Levofloxacin is an antibiotic that is sold under the brand names Levaquin and others. It is used to treat a variety of bacterial diseases, including acute bacterial sinusitis, pneumonia, Helicobacter pylori (in conjunction with other drugs), urinary tract infections, chronic prostatitis, and certain types of gastroenteritis. It may be used in conjunction with other antibiotics to treat tuberculosis, meningitis, or pelvic inflammatory illness. Use is normally advised only when no other options are available. It is offered orally, intravenously, and as an eye drop. In this study, we are executing verification analysis to determine the efficacy of levofloxacin at several phases such as linearity, repeatability, precision, accuracy, and robustness to determine how stable our product is in these circumstances.
Dr. (Prof.) Suman Pamecha1, ‘Kailashi’ Punit D. Sharma2, Dr. Indu Sharma 3
English poet Samuel T. Coleridge wrote “O! lady, we receive but what we give? And nature alone lives in our lives.”(SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE, n.d.). Earth is one, but nations are not. This study attempts to explain the core causes of two major global issues: poverty and inequality. Infrastructure development is vital for sustainable development. Population growth, migration, and urbanization trends demand an increase in infrastructure development, especially in emerging economies and developing countries. (Casier, 2015).
Plastics created from fossil fuels are quite widespread in our lives, and we cannot imagine our existence without them. At the same time, they are non-biodegradable and emit greenhouse gases, posing an environmental issue. Biodegradable bioplastic is the solution to this issue. Plastics created from renewable biomass sources, such as vegetable fats and oils, corn starch, pea starch, or microbiota, are known as bioplastics. Bioplastics can be made from a range of sources, including starches, cellulose, and other biopolymers. In this work, we will discuss the production of bioplastics from cellulose, with waste papers serving as our raw material and the pH sensor serving as our feedback control mechanism.
Fadhili E. Maseko
The objective of the study is to assess the performance of electronic banking on Return on Investment of CRDB Bank. There is a mixed result on relationship between e- banking, bank performance. A survey design was adopted wherein CRDB branches in Same district were involved. The study collected information from 120 respondents, out of whom 100 were bank customers and 20 were bank officials. The study established that e-banking played a great role in providing financial services to the customers and that the e-banking has a positive effect on return on investment of CRDB bank. The study recommends, BOT to issue policies and guidelines which will help bank customers, on dealing with electronic banking and there is a need to have proper laws on adoption and cover of E-banking as the Banks and Financial Act of 2006 do not cover the E-banking practice.
Prof. Dr. Mahmudov Nizamiddin Mamadalievich
The paper studies theoretical issues of anthropocentric paradigm of linguistics development as a special field of language science. The purpose of this study is to answer the question about language and culture, language and human, language and ethnos, which are impact on the semiotic system of language. The resource is the specific approaches to anthropological linguistics subject. As well as, the anthropocentric approach on linguistics in focused on the person as a subject of linguistic research that implements his communicative intentions in certain speech acts oriented to the and mental human activities. That is why it is possible to observe that in the history of world linguistics there have been various and different approaches to the phenomenon of language. So, it is better to research about it as a linguistic paradigm having its own background in linguistics and closely related to other related sciences, such as culture, history, psychology, sociology and other. Besides it, in this paper analyzed and introduced the terms concept, linguistic picture of the world and others.
Charles Katua Kithandi
Corporate governance is the backbone of transparency, accountability, integrity and security of shareholders’ interest in an organization. An organization with poor corporate governance structure is likely to fail to achieve its objectives as well as have exposure to financial losses. The purpose of this study is to examine the effect of corporate governance on the financial performance of Deposit-taking Savings and Credit Co-operative Societies in Nairobi City County, Kenya A purposive sampling method integrating qualitative and quantitative design methods was employed in this study.
Mercy Wambui Rubia*, DR. Serah Wairimu Kimaru **
County governments in Kenya are implementing monitoring and evaluation systems in an effort improve efficiency in public service delivery. M&E practices are an integral part of the road project cycle and of good management practice in government development projects. The study objective was to examine the influence of leadership in monitoring and evaluation process on implementation of road construction project in Kiambu County. Stakeholder theory has been used widely in various fields and has been applied in different and distinct ways that involve different methodologies, concepts and criteria of evaluation and types of evidence.
Lusiola, A.O., Professor Matanga, K. F and Dr. Simiyu, R.
Refugees are individuals who seek improved conditions of human security in a region remote from their place of origin. By the end of 2019, the UNHCR estimated that 42.5 million people had been displaced around the world. As a result, short- and long-term effects were felt on host communities, from humanitarian disasters to security threats. Therefore, the goal of the research was to assess the barriers to resolving human security challenges in light of the current protracted refugee crisis in Kenya with specific reference to Garissa County.
Odallo, D.O., Professor Okoth, P. G and Professor Were, M. E
The changing nature of conflict and the emergence of new security challenges alongside a relatively underfunded global peace and security architecture has put to question the continued relevance of the strategies used in peacebuilding.
Josephine Atieno Onyango, Julius Miroga
This study aimed at assessing the effect of Corporate Social Responsibility strategy on Organizational Image of commercial banks in Trans Nzoia County, Kenya. This can facilitate each personal and public firm to understand the need of creating CSR for action for competitive advantage and improved performance. It additionally define and discuss the advantages and pitfalls of company Social Responsibility programs and effectively let the player(s) in this field be able to improve the implementation of company Social Responsibility programs. To the 11 banks in Trans Nzoia County, the study will provide recommendations for higher implementation of CSR programs and at last, the analysis can contribute to the present literature on the way to assess the effects of company Social Responsibility. The main focus of the study is to investigate the effect of corporate Social Responsibility strategy on organizational image of Commercial Banks in Trans Nzoia County. The study independent variables were: economic strategy, and philanthropic Strategy of CSR while dependent variable was organizational image of commercial banks. Geographically, the study scope was within Trans Nzoia County and concentrated on 11 commercial banks in Trans Nzoia County and it involved 105 respondents. Relevant information was significantly collected from CSR applicable management workers and also other non-managerial workers at the banks. The study used descriptive survey design and it was conducted in October 2022. Data collection was carried out using questionnaires that were administered by the researcher on face-to-face basis by visiting the respondents in their respective banks. Pilot study was conducted in one bank that was picked for sampling through the rule of the thumb method. After collection of data, both descriptive and inferential data analysis techniques were used. Analyzed data was presented through frequency tables.
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