Agung Biworo, Lenie Marlinae, Syamsul Arifin, Laily Khairiyati, Agung Waskito, Anugrah Nur Rahmat, Herty Sasmieta, M Gilmani, Winda Saukina Syarifatul Jannah, Raudatul Jinan
Husaini, Lenie Marlinae, Laily Khairiyati, Agung Waskito, Melan Sari, Anugrah Nur Rahmat, Winda Saukina Syarifatul Jannah, Taufik, Andre Yusufa Febriandy, Ammara Ulfa Azizah
Disaster is a phenomenon resulting from changes in ecosystems that occur suddenly in a relatively short time in the relationship between humans and their environment that occur in such a way, such as earthquakes, floods, volcanoes that require immediate countermeasures. Disasters that often occur are volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, tsunamis, floods, droughts, hurricanes and forest fires in Indonesia. Based on data collected by the National Disaster Management Agency (BNPB) that the disasters that occurred in Indonesia during 2016 reached 2,384 events which were dominated by disasters such as floods, landslides and tornadoes. Article searches are carried out using a search engine using Google Scholar with the keywords used are human resource input, funding input, infrastructure input, quantity output, quality output, timeliness and target output. Based on the results of the literature review, it was found 12 articles that discussed human resource input, funding input, infrastructure input, quantity output, quality output, timeliness output and targets on preparedness programs in disaster resilient village activities at the Regional Disaster Management Agency (BPBD).
Phiraphol Yingjamsiri, Pichamol Imaroonrak, Sirilak Rattanaboonchot, Supapit Pongsawat, Arissara Phrongkhunthod
Presently, the word “stress” is commonly referred to teens and young adults. Many think of stress as a distant thing, but in reality, it is not at all. Stress is relevant to every human being in every phase of life as it can occur from many factors such as the environment and society. Stress can keep people vigilant and increase their self-awareness; however, stress can be the cause of distress as well. From these observations made, a study of the impact of stress was conducted by using data from an online survey of 10 questions.
Katugampola M, Munasinghe D.S.A, Nanayakkara K, Fernando D.C.V, Jayathilake K.K.P.M
Sri Lanka had maritime trade relations even in the 6th century BC and we had famous naval ports used for maritime trade especially for maritime ‘Silk Road’ used by people who were in Greco-Roman, China, India, Persia for their foreign trade. Therefore, Sri Lanka was able to make new economic relationships. In this study, we mainly focused on Sri Lankan maritime trade relationship with Greco-Roman. Our research problem is, what was the trade relationship between Sri Lanka and Greco-Roman?. Our objective is to identify the importance of Sri Lanka along with the Greco-Roman trade. This study was conducted under the qualitative research method using a library survey. From these three sources Literary sources, especially foreign texts have many records about Sri Lanka and Greco-Roman trade. Some of those authors were Cosmos, Pliny, Ptolemy and Strabo. Some archaeological evidence was found from ports like Mahathittha, Godawaya and Kingdoms like Anuradhapura, Polonnaruwa.
Henry M. Sopacua, SEM Nirahua
This study aims to find out, analyze and find out the nature of state supervision on the implementation of the national education system. This study uses a normative legal research method. This research was conducted by examining the concepts, doctrines, theories and provisions of existing legislation using a philosophical approach ( Philosophy Approach ), a statutory approach ( Statute Approach) and a conceptual approach ( conceptual Approach ).
Muhammad Amri Yusuf, Akbar Tahir
Microplastics (<5mm) are a serious threat, both to aquatic organisms and to humans directly. This is due to microplastics in waters can absorb various toxic substances, so as consuming aquatic organisms that have been contaminated with microplastics can endanger human health. So far, research on microplastics has generally been carried out in marine waters, but in this research it was conducted in fresh waters,
This research deeply discusses how Sinhala culture makes an impact on the culture of the Burghers. There are few studies in Sri Lanka based on Burghers but finding split identity of Burghers in Kurunegala region is a new research topic in the academic field of Sri Lanka, especially when it is focused with the cultural differences. There are number of researchers written about the influence of Sinhala language, the major language of Sri Lanka on English which is used by people as a second language. But no research has been done to examine the influence of Sinhala on Burghers whose L1 is basically English. So, this research might be a very effective and interesting product for the linguistic field, as it will open an area which is hardly spoken by the Sri Lankans. There are 4 major races in Sri Lanka, among four races, this particular race is one of documentary written major races. Sinhalese, Tamils, Muslims and even Veddas community struggle to gain their rights through various ways, but there is no any sound voice for this particular race so far in the state, therefore a certain prestigious identity should be build up in order to protect this race at least through these types of researches.
Alhassan Ahmed, Ahmed Kamel
Recently, Heavy metals pollution has increased lately because of the abundance of factories and excessive car exhausts which pollutes the agriculture lands. Consequently, finding innovative, low cost, ecofriendly solution for heavy metals has been essential lately. The research focuses on reclaiming the polluted fields and reuse the wastewater of irrigation, which represents a considerable amount (about 15% of the total water used in agriculture and 70% of the freshwater demand around the world), by modifying water parameters. Thus, the study was conducted to determine which type of the organic materials is the best to remove heavy metals under agricultural circumstances which are low TDS in the range of 200 to 500 mg/l and pH between 6.9 and 7.1. Moreover, the study aimed to reduce the percentages of heavy metals ions mainly and increase the microelements in the soil minorly.
Ugochukwu C.P.,Meludu S.C.,Ugwu C.E., Ofor I.B., Onitsha E.N., Nezianya E U.
Obesity increases the incidence of several metabolic disorders such as diabetes, hypertension, dyslipidemia, atherosclerosis, and cancer. Oxidative stress has been considered one of the mechanisms linking obesity to these pathologies. This study evaluated total antioxidant capacity, malondialdehyde in relation to lipid profile and Body Mass Index in obese Adults within Nnewi metropolis. A total of 198 apparently healthy subjects were recruited in this study, divided according to their BMI into three groups: group A (BMI <25, normal weight), group B (25 ≤ BMI <30, overweight) which had sixty-four participants respectively and group C (BMI ≥ 30, obesity) which had 70 participants. 6mL of blood was obtained from each subject between the hours of 08.00-10.00 after overnight fast and dispensed into plain bottles and allowed to clot, then serum was separated and aliquoted into dry plain plastic screw-capped containers and stored frozen at -20°C prior to analysis using spectrophotometer.
SHOAIB UL HASSAN, JINGXIA CHEN, ALI AKBAR, ZAKI RAMZAN, MUHAMMAD AHSAN, MUHAMMAD ASIM HAFEEZ
The COVID-19 (Corona Virus) is an intensely rising virus that has intentioned countries to utilize technologies to identify Covid disease. Several countries are working incredibly to battle against COVID-19. Numerous countries have been utilizing a range of gadgets to contest the pandemic, looking for data about growth, perceiving as well as the emancipating the personal data of the inhabitants. In the present situation of COVID-19 (Corona Virus) legislative institutes all around the world make an effort to build a monitoring system that notifies about declared cases throughout the world. Several Researcher suggested IoT and Blockchain-based applications for this reason. The significant thought behind a IoT and Blockchain-based system for monitoring is quality services, information handling and prevent from Single Point of Failure. Even now , it raises various issues concerning to Security Issues, Legal Disputes, Privacy Requirements, Latency, Throughput, Scalability, Intense Traffic and Block Size. This article aims to discuss these IoT and Blockchain-based applications Challenges.
Tarek Ibrahim H. Melad
As opposed to microwave signal which coverage is restricted to LOS propagation, HF signal can propagate over-the-horizon (OTH).The Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) of a country spans 200 NM from its shore and it requires constant surveillance in order for that country to know the locations, identifications and activities of all the ships within it. Potential threats could be various, like illegal fishing, illegal immigration, smuggling, terrorism, theft of goods and oil from transport ships and tankers.
Odenigbo J.O., Chime T.O., Egbuna S.O.
The unmodified Iyi-Nsukka kaolinite clay catalyst (UMIKKCat) and thermally modified Iyi-Nsukka kaolinite clay catalyst (TMIKCCat800) were prepared and characterised using X-ray diffraction (XRD), Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR), Scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and Atomic abrasion spectrophotometry (AAS) to verify catalyst properties. Gmelina seed oil was extracted using Soxhlet extraction method utilising n-hexane as solvent. The percentage oil extracted from gmelina seed was 50%, proven its viability as feedstock for biodiesel production. The extracted lipid was characterised to determine the fatty acid profile using Gas chromatography/ mass spectroscopy (GC/MS) Shimadzu, Japan. The methyl ester produced by transesterification of gmelina seed oil with both catalysts were within acceptable limits of ASTM Standard. Central composite design (CCD) was applied and was found adequate in predicting and optimizing the biodiesel production.
EMMANUEL BIRINGIRO, Dr. Safari Ernest
The general objective of this study was to examine implementation process and performance of livelihood project in Bugesera district, Rwanda using a case Girinka project. The specific objectives are: to assess effects of beneficiaries’ participation process, training process, and beneficiaries’ income process on performance of livelihood project in Bugesera District-Rwanda. A descriptive research design was adopted with both quantitative and qualitative approaches. The target population comprises of 1274 beneficiaries of Girinka project in Bugesera District. A sample Size of 305 is determined. The questionnaire was employed as the key instrument for gathering information and interview guide was adopted to local authorities. Due to Covid 19 prevention measures, online data collection tool and phone interviews with the respondents were used where possible to reach administrative staff; numbers and a translated questionnaire were administered to youth community volunteers; proportions and statistics were used during data collection to make sure that the research problem is appropriately addressed. Quantitative data was analysed through the use of a computer based software known as Statistical Package for Social Sciences version 25.0. It was used for percentage, frequencies, and correlation which were used for testing the relationship between variables under study. Qualitative data was analysed using content analysis through themes and subthemes. The regression model indicates that the association between performance of livelihood project and selection of beneficiaries is positive with a coefficient of 0.165 and a constant of 1.594. The correlation between checking completeness and performance of livelihood project has been revealed to have correlation (p=0.000, t=0.503). Results indicate the correlation between cowshed management is seen to be significant (p value=0.010, t=2.691).
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