Volume 04 - Issue 07 (July 2020)


Title: Trends of Terrorism and Its Effect on Basic Educationin Kenya
Authors: Joseph Nasongo, Lydiah Wamocha
Source: International Journal of Latest Research in Engineering and Management, pp 01 - 09, Vol 04 - No. 07, 2020
Abstract: This study analyzes the effect of terrorism on basic educationin Kenya. The year 1998 is significant in the analysis of terrorism trends because it marked the first major terror attack in Kenya that targeted the US Embassy. In this incident, 213 people lost their lives. This was followed by the terrorist attack on an Israeli-owned Paradise hotel and the surface-to-air missile attacks on an Israeli airliner taking off from the Mombasa airport in 2002. At the Paradise hotel, 13 people died and several were injured. Due to continued sporadic terrorist activities in the country and the attendant negative effects on tourism industry among other activities, the government decided to sanction military invasion of Somalia in 2011. The objective was to strike at the source of the transnational terrorism and eradicate the Al Shahab terror menace. However, Terrorist incidents have continued to rise both in magnitude and the daring nature through which they are mounted. Since 2012, terrorist attacks have increased and killed over 600 people in Kenya. Policy makers often tout expanded access to education as an antidote for terrorism in Africa. Targeted economic development is also considered necessary complement to education gains because young, well-educated individuals who lack viable opportunities are vulnerable targets of radicalization. The sporadic terror attacks in North Eastern and coast regions of Kenya have greatly affected not only basic education, but also tertiary education. Several teachers have lost their lives in the process. Teachers who survive attacks abandon their duty posts in search for safer areas to teach. Meanwhile the education of many children is time and again compromised
Keywords: Basic Education, Destruction of schools, Counter terrorism measures,Jihad, mental health, Terrorism
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Title: The Impact of Investments on Gross Value Added in Romanian Agriculture
Authors: Ionut Laurentiu Petre, Maria Nica, Bianca Eugenia Leoveanu-Soare
Source: International Journal of Latest Research in Engineering and Management, pp 10 - 15, Vol 04 - No. 07, 2020
Abstract: Investments are one of the key development elements of any sector of activity in the entire economy. In this paper we want to establish the influence of investments in Romanian agriculture on the processing sector, given that it is quite under developed. Thus, this processing sector was represented by the gross value added in agriculture, thus, in this research will be analyzed quantitatively and qualitatively the dynamics of the two variables, and then determine the correlation coefficient and the equation of the regression model. linear, to determine the intensity with which investments can influence the value added belly of Romanian agriculture.
Keywords: Gross value added, impact of investments, investments, processing of agricultural products, Romanian agriculture.
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Title: Use of the Moringa oleíferaLam seed and biological filters as an alternative method for the clarification of raw water
Authors: Maiara Luzia Grigoli Olivio, Elizângela Flávia Jacob Esteves, Dagmar Aparecida de Marco Ferro
Source: International Journal of Latest Research in Engineering and Management, pp 16 - 21, Vol 04 - No. 07, 2020
Abstract: The objective of this work was to analyze the efficiency of the Moringa oleifera Lam seed when associated with the biological filter for clarification of raw water. For the filtration system, three containers were used and installed in a decreasing way. The first container was used as a decanter for the addition of raw water and Moringa seeds, the second used as a biological filter obtaining divisions for the filter media such as: cuttings, ceramics, activated carbon and the third container for receiving filtered water. The raw water samples were collected at the Water Treatment Station and the seeds were collected from the planting of the same species. Comparative physical-chemical analyzes of raw water with water treated with seeds and filtered were carried out, and the results represented in graphs. The biological filter shows efficiency by clarifying only the raw water and when added to the water treated with the seed it favors even more the physical-chemical quality. The vegetable coagulant and the biological filter are an alternative method for clarifying water, since it is necessary to control the filtration period, proving that 10h00min of filtration is the best time to reduce turbidity and pH stability.
Keywords: Biological coagulant, treatment, filtration, comparative parameters.
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Title: Evaluating a Joint Venture as an effective Growth Strategy
Authors: Zinatra Dsouza
Source: International Journal of Latest Research in Engineering and Management, pp 22 - 29, Vol 04 - No. 07, 2020
Abstract: Formed in 1972, Singapore Airlines began with a small fleet of 10 aircrafts, flying to 22 cities across 18 countries. 1It swiftly made itself known as a world-class carrier, through market leadership, product and service innovation, and a stark commitment to fleet modernization.
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