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African initiated churches, pivotal in peace-building a case of the Johane Masowe Chishanu
(Kripke Center, 2014)
Western culture and ideology have indoctrinated Africans into believing that the West provides the best solutions for any crisis. Africa, a haven for some of the most threatening and destructive conflicts, Zimbabwe ...
The debilitating impact of corruption on democracy and good governance: a critical analysis
(Academic Research Journals, 2014-09-01)
Corruption knows no bounds and manifests itself in both public and private spaces. The endemic nature of corruption tends to make it a common phenomenon both in the public and private sectors and have a ...
A study to assess the acceptance of male circumcision as a preventive method in Hiv and Aids, in Mbare and southerton suburbs of Harare, Zimbabwe
(The International Journal Research Publications, 2014-05)
This study explored the knowledge levels, beliefs and attitudes on male circumcision in a non circumcising society within a country with one of the highest levels of heterosexually transmitted infection in sub Sahara. A ...
Caring for people with HIV and AIDS and their families: social work response
(The International Journal Research Publications, 2014-03-11)
This paper discusses the social work profession as a key player in caring for people who are HIV and AIDS and their families included. Social work is a profession which most people don’t value much when it comes to issues ...
Social work practice by christian churches in Zimbabwe: how churches in Harare and Bindura towns are tackling social challenges
(GreenField Advanced Research Publishing House, 2014-03-21)
Social work seeks to provide answers to social problems. Its history can be traced to philanthropic organisations and religious institutions like churches that made an effort to provide relief to the disadvantaged members ...
Has phosphorus concentration increased after the introduction of aquaculture in the Sanyati basin, Lake Kariba, Zimbabwe?
(Taylor and Francis, 2014-01-29)
A comparison between historical and current data was done to determine whether phosphorus concentration in the Sanyati Basin of Lake Kariba has changed following the introduction of aquaculture in 1998. These data show ...
Promoting social work for Zimbabwe’s development
(BUSE Social Work Department, 2014)
The Nutritive Evaluation and Utilisation of Moringa oleifera Lam in Indigenous and Broiler Chicken Production: a review
(Greener Journals, 2014-01-01)
There has been a decline in chicken production in most developing countries, yet poultry constitute an important pillar in HIV/AIDS alleviation and act as an income source plus food security in rural communities. The limited ...
Fixed bed column studies for fluoride removal within aluminium oxide doped alignate water hyacinth beads and batch desorption - adsorption studies
(Bindura University of Science Education, 2014-05)
Fluoride removal is emparative to minimise occurence of fluorosis. In this study, fluoride sorption with Al2O3 doped alginate water hyacinth beads in a fixed bed column was conducted. The efficiency of aluminium oxide ...
Adoption of the “Conservation Farming” practice in maize production by small holder farmers in the Makoni District of Zimbabwe
(Academic Journals, 2014-01-01)
The study is on adoption of “conservation farming” (CF) in maize production by small holder farmers of Makoni District in Zimbabwe as recommended by both government and non-governmental organization. The objective of ...