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    ANALYSIS ON THE IMPACT OF SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITIES OF OIL COMPANIES IN THE HOST COMMUNITIES IN THE NIGER DELTA REGION OF NIGERIA: A CASE STUDY OF SHELL PETROLEUM DEVELOPMENT COMPANY

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    ABSTRACT

    This project is on Analysis on the impact of social responsibilities of oil companies in the host communities in the Niger delta region of Nigeria: a case study of shell petroleum development company. This contains the impact of social responsibilities of Oil Companies in the host communities of the Niger Delta region of Nigeria: A case study of shell petroleum Development Company. It is true that most corporate organizations especially multinational companies are not living up to expectation in solving the problems contributed in the region by their activities.  Their oil exploration had causes pollution in the area, which has caused untold hardship to the people.  Thus, the objective of the study was to explore how best to use the practice of public relations in solving these challenges. Both primary and secondary data were collected. Instrument used to collect primary data were personal interviews, questionnaires and observation. Secondary data were collected from textbooks, journals, magazines, newspaper and libraries. Questionnaires administration and interview methods were the principal methods used for collecting data. Descriptive research methods and survey technique were adopted by the researcher. The research findings of the project work reviewed that social responsibilities programmes are necessary.  The findings also unyield that shell company earnies out its social responsibility programmes in its host community.  The researcher recommended that the company should increase and expand its social responsibility programmes and government should help in the development of the communities in which most multinational companies exist.

     

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    Prospects and problems of timber as external material in building production in hot climate region

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    Abstract

    This project is on Prospects and problems of timber as external material in building production in hot climate region. Timber research explored the use of timber in building construction industry as one of the most important material in construction. Timber is the only building material that properly use positively benefits the plants and our relationship to it. And this study is to assess the problems and prospects of timber as an external material in building production in hot climates climate and to determine the various problems and prospects of timber in building the external parts of the building. And also to determine the functions of timber in building production, to evaluate the quantity of wood used by the contractors as external material in building production and to achieve the natural quantity of timber as a building material i.e. aesthetes. The researcher in this study used the descriptive survey research design in order to simplify and understand the complex issue concerning the work which employed the use of questionnaire, personal interview and observation in the collection of data. It is noted that it is the poor seasoned, untreated and unpreserved timber supplied to builders in site which gives room to most defects which affects timber in building. Low cost buildings should be constructed with timber. Timber frames has many supporters, especially because of its quick erection. Timber structures, have been with us for time memorial, it is still with us and the option our present generation has to research more into how the material can be used, for effect, to bring down the high cost of building material in Nigeria natural movement due to shrinkage. If shelter for all by the year 2015 is to be realized, the use of timber in building should be highly encouraged.
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