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  • incidence-of-candida-albicans-amongst-pregnant-and-non-pregnant-women-in-owerri-metropolis
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    INCIDENCE OF CANDIDA ALBICANS AMONGST PREGNANT AND NON-PREGNANT WOMEN IN OWERRI METROPOLIS

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    This research is on Incidence of candida albicans amongst pregnant and non-pregnant women in Owerri metropolis. A study on the incidence of Candida albicans was carried out on pregnant and non-pregnant women at the Federal Medical Centre and general Hospital Owerri. High vaginal swabs were used for the study. A total of 120 women were examined for Candida albicans; of which a total of 80 were pregnant women and the remaining 40 were non-pregnant women (used as control). The microbiological standard of identification of the organism was adopted. Of the 80 pregnant women examined for Candida albicans, 68 were infected, which represents an incidence of 85.0%. Of the 40 non pregnant women (control) examined, 16 were infected, which represents an incidence rate of 40.0%. Greatest percentage of 58.8% and 56.2% were recorded in the age group of 18-28 respectively. The pregnant women had a higher incidence rate of 85.0%. The clinical symptoms noted amongst them were itching, irritation of the vulva and a white, cottage cheese-like vaginal discharge.

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  • impacts-of-manpower-training-and-development-on-productivity-of-workers-in-an-organization-a-study-of-selected-firms-in-enugu-access-bank-plc-nigerian-breweries-plc-first-bank-plc-emenite-limited-ni
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    Impacts of Manpower Training and Development on Productivity of Workers in an Organization: A Study of Selected Firms in Enugu: Access Bank Plc, Nigerian Breweries Plc, First Bank Plc, Emenite Limited Nigeria Bottling Company Ltd]

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    This research is on Impacts of Manpower Training and Development on Productivity of Workers in an Organization: A Study of Selected Firms in Enugu: Access Bank Plc, Nigerian Breweries Plc, First Bank Plc, Emenite Limited Nigeria Bottling Company Ltd]. Impacts of manpower training and development on productivity of workers in an organization. The objectives of the study include; To highlight the need for manpower planning and development in these organization, to determine the nature of the relationship between personal training and development and staff performance, to ascertain the impact of training on productivity of employees and organizations, to know if there are social and personal benefits resulting from the training, to find out if manpower planning, training and development provide job satisfaction to employees. Primary and secondary data were used. The population of the study was 240, from which the sample size of 150 was determined using Taro-Yamani formula. The research instrument used were questionnaire and interview. Chi-square was used to test the hypothesis. The findings from the study include There are needs for manpower planning and development in banks and manufacturing companies, There is a relationship between manpower training and production in an organization, Training improves the productivity of employees and the organization, There are social and personal benefits resulting from the training, Manpower planning, training and development provide job satisfaction to employees.. The researcher made this recommendation; As a result of importance of manpower planning and development, the training and development should not be for selected employees to the neglect of others. This is because it is possible for those regarded as high potential employees not to meet the predicted standard, while those initially neglected improves overtime, organizations should continue to encourage its staff to participate in training and development programmes,  firms should expand, upgrade and equip all its satellites training centers for maximum benefit and utilization, Though organizations provide external training for their trainers, it is necessary to bring in external training consultants to the training centers occasionally to improve the quality of the programme, Course related jobs should be assigned to the employees after training and Course related jobs should be assigned to the employees after training.

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  • impact-of-job-satisfaction-on-employee-performance-in-government-owned-enterprises
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    IMPACT OF JOB SATISFACTION ON EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE IN GOVERNMENT OWNED ENTERPRISES

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    The topic of this project report on the Impact of Job Satisfaction on employee performance in Government Owned Enterprises (GOE’s).  There was a time when it was considered sound economic policy for government to establish and invest in corporation and enterprises.  It was then agreed that government owned enterprises were better for stimulating and accelerating natural economic development rather than private initiative. This research therefore aimed at investigating, identifying, analysis and presenting research findings on the Impact of Job Satisfaction on employee performance. To achieve the above aims, research hypothesis were formulated to that whether promotion has no impact on job satisfaction, there is no relationship between salary and job satisfaction and conducive environment does not contribute to job satisfaction in government owned enterprises. The researcher made use of research questionnaire, which were designed and distributed to staff of these government owned enterprises. The method of analysis is the use of tables, percentage and chi-square.  The major finding of the research is that promotion has a significant relationship with job satisfaction, there is relationship between salary and job satisfaction and conductive environment contribute to job satisfaction among employee in government owned enterprises. In view of the above findings the study recommended that: 1.Government owned enterprises should see increase/prompt payment as a motivation factor, that can increase productivity in the organization. 2. Government should use employee inputs as a criteria for promotion of workers, because most of these workers in government are idle.

    1. Government should make the working environment conducive, so that the workers, can see their working environment as their second home. 4. Government owned enterprises should adopt management by objective in which employee should be part in decision making of the organization so that all hands will be on deck. 5. The structure of the organization should be restructure so that there will be cordial relationship between the employees and employer. 6.Working conditions should be improved and sustainable to enhance performance. 7. Management should be sensitive to the difference in needs and values among the employee. Every individual is unique and will respond differently to attempts to motive him or her. 8. Management should be sensitive to employees, complaints about low pay and unchallenging work. Too often management delude them into thinking that employees dissatisfaction can be lessened by painting work area piping in music, giving out a few more words of praise, or giving people longer work breaks.
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  • formulation-and-sensory-evaluation-of-herb-tea-from-moringa-oleifera-hibiscus-sabdariffa-and-cymbopogon-citratus
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    FORMULATION AND SENSORY EVALUATION OF HERB TEA FROM MORINGA OLEIFERA, HIBISCUS SABDARIFFA AND CYMBOPOGON CITRATUS

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    This research is on Formulation and sensory evaluation of herb tea from moringa oleifera, hibiscus sabdariffa and cymbopogon citratus. The sensory appeal of tea, like all food products, is an important consideration in new product development. Tea in general and herb tea in particular, are gaining increasing consumer attention due to a growing awareness of health benefits derived from their consumption. Even though several underutilized plants exist with potential for processing into herb tea, research in product development of herb teas is limited.  The objectives of the study were (1) to conduct chemical analyses on three herbs – Cymbopogon citratus leaves, Hibiscus sabdariffa calyces and Moringa oleifera leaves – in order to assess their potential for food product development; (2) to conduct acceptance tests on herb tea prepared from formulations of the herbs; and (3) to generate descriptive vocabulary on the sensory properties of herb tea. The herbs were unblanched and solar-dried. Standard methods were used to measure proximate parameters, water soluble extractives (WSE), light petroleum extractives (LPE), pH, total polyphenolics content (TPC) and minerals (Ca, Fe, Cu and Zn). Fifty (50) untrained panelists conducted acceptance tests on infusions from nine formulations and one control, and a nine-member trained panel conducted descriptive tests on infusions from three selected blends. Results of chemical analysis revealed that Moringa, Roselle and Lemon grass had, respectively, TPC of 35.70 mg/g, 27.81 mg/g and 15.37 mg/g; WSE of 7.44%, 12.38% and 4.07%; LPE of 3.48%, 2.71% and 4.1%; pH of 5.47, 2.73 and 4.53.

    Mineral analyses revealed that Moringa, Roselle and Lemon grass had, respectively, Ca of 412.5 mg/100g, 294 mg/100g and Fe of 12.93 mg/100g; 24.26 mg/100g and 11.58 mg/100g. A total of seventeen (17) descriptors were generated, defined and referenced for herb tea comprising six (6) appearance, three (3) aroma, one (1) flavour, five (5) taste and two (2) mouthfeel descriptors. Herb tea brewed from product 532 (50% Moringa, 30% Roselle and 20% Lemon grass) was the most preferred in colour, flavour, astringency and overall sensory properties while the control (100% Moringa) brewed the least preferred herb tea in most of the sensory attributes. Product 532 was predominantly reddish in colour (12.56) while the control was yellowish (11.93). Product 532 had high mean scores for Turbidity (12.67), Herbal aroma (11.41), Citrus aroma (11.30), Sour taste (12.15) and Astringency (11.41) while the control had significantly low scores for most of these attributes (≤ 2.33). Herb tea from blend of Moringa, Roselle and Lemon grass was more appealing than herb tea from only Moringa.

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    FINANCIAL INCLUSION IN NIGERIA: THE IMPACT OF COLLECTIVE INVESTMENT SCHEMES ON LOW-INCOME EARNERS

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    This research is on Financial inclusion in Nigeria: the impact of collective investment schemes on low-income earners. This study investigates the impact of collective investment on the Income of Low-income earners in Nigeria. The income of 200 households in Yaba local Development Council Area analysis. Most of this data was from the primary source. All data collected were subjected to descriptive analysis, using frequency count and percentages. The research hypotheses were tested using the regression model. The finding of this study indicated that there is a significant relationship between collective investment and the income level of the low-income earners. The study concluded that on the micro level, collective investment schemes is seen as one of the ways through which earning could be enhance and poverty alleviated. This study tries to find out how collective investment schemes can help reduce poverty among young adults in the Yaba Local Development Area of Lagos states.

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