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Elsie Nana Aba Abbiw Hayfron In the mist of under nutrition in developing countries, over nutrition which is characterized by overweight and obesity is still visibly present among populations. The rise in overweight and obesity has been recorded in populations around the world. The WHO has described this as an epidemic and a global public...
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Theodora Akweley Asiamah The covid-19 pandemic presented itself as a health shock but eventually resulted in a global economic shock with ramifications in other aspects of life such as education. In order to contain the virus, employees were pushed to work from home and schools were forced to close. The pandemic has impacted men and...
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Daniella D. Sedegah1, Michael Tuffour1 & Rexford Asamoah1 1School of Sustainable Development, University of Environment and Sustainable Development, Ghana Abstract Water use in urban agriculture studies have mainly covered waste water reuse in several countries and these have largely focused on the health perceptions and concerns. Besides, many of these studies have either been assessed...
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Abstract The global goal of achieving gender equality and sustainable development cannot be fully achieved without paying great attention to the extent of women’s involvement in development projects. This is essentially because women are a corporate part of our communities, many times even outnumbering men. This study explored the participation levels of women in community...
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Abstract The susceptibility of mango production to climate change requires the need for the adoption of innovation. However, there is a scarcity of information on the factors driving the uptake of agricultural innovation among plantation farmers in Ghana. This study, guided by the protection motivation and innovation diffusion theories, fills the existing gap by examining...
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PRESENTER: DR. RAHMAT QUAIGRANE DUKER                    DEPARTMENT:      Department of Biological, Physical and Mathematical Sciences DESIGNATION:      Lecturer           ABSTRACT Previous reports have long established that exposure to Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs), even at moderate levels, is acutely toxic to aquatic life and humans. These persistent organic...
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PRESENTER:           Michael K. Okyere Asante                   DEPARTMENT:       Department of General Studies, UESD DESIGNATION:      Lecturer   ABSTRACT   During the early years following Ghana’s political independence from British rule, calls were made for university education to have “an African character”. As a field steeped in Eurocentric narratives, how did...
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By: Dr. Daniella D. Sedegah, Senior Lecturer, SSD. School of Sustainable Development. Abstract Water use in urban agriculture has mainly covered waste water reuse in several countries. In Ghana and other countries, the studies have largely covered health perceptions and concerns of use of waste water for urban agriculture. Many urban studies on water use...
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ABSTRACT The study sought to explore into the correlation between State-of-the-Art Facility (SAF) and Academic Performance (AP) of Students in University of Environment and Sustainable Development in the Eastern Region of Ghana. The study will be analyzed responses of 40 students. Simple random method would be used to select respondents. Purposive sampling method would be...
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Abstract Purpose: The WHO has labelled the Coronavirus (COVID-19) as a global pandemic. There is collective effort to stem out the spread of the virus through conscious efforts of governments and other stakeholders in public health. It also takes deliberate personal behavioural changes and adaptations which are all dependent on the awareness and knowledge of...
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