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DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF A FOUNDRY SAND MIXER USING LOCALLY AVAILABLE MATERIALS
ABSTRACT Most small foundry shops mix their sand manually which is not efficient since homogenous mix cannot be guaranteed and even when foundry mixer are available most of them are imported costing the nation huge foreign exchange. A foundry sand mixer capable of mixing foundry sand has been designed and fabricated using locally available... More
ASSESSING THE HYGIENE PRACTICES OF FOOD HANDLERS IN BAKORI COMMUNITY
ABSTRACT Assessing the hygiene practices of food handlers in Bakori community this top priority of this research. This research work was designed to evaluate the efforts of government and NGOs, such as UNICEF, WHO and the general public of Bakori Local Government toward enhancing, limiting and improving hygiene practices in Bakori Local... More
ASSESSING THE HYGIENE PRACTICES OF FOOD HANDLERS
ABSTRACT Assessing the hygiene practices of food handlers in Kankia community this top priority of this research. This research work was designed to evaluate the efforts of government and NGOs, such as UNICEF, WHO and the general public of Kankia Local Government toward enhancing, limiting and improving hygiene practices in Kankia Local... More
ASSESSMENT OF THE FACTORS AFFECTING THE NUTRITIONAL STATUS OF PREGNANT WOMEN ATTENDING
ABSTRACT A total of 450 questionnaires were administered among the Pregnant Women attending Antenatal Care at General Hospital Jibia to determine and assess the factors which affect the nutritional status of the Pregnant Women in Jibia metropolis. The results obtained shows that 65% of the respondents were within 26-35 age group, 70% of the... More
ASSESMENT OF REMEDIATION TOWARD THE EREDICATION OF LEAD POISON
Abstract Since 2010, federal, state, and local governments have collaborated with international health agencies and NGOs to address epidemic lead poisoning associated with artisanal gold mining in Nigeria. More than 400 children died and thousands of people have been severely poisoned. Response activities have included emergency soil remediation... More
ASSESSMENT OF NUTRITIONAL STATUS OF PREGNANT WOMEN ATTENDING
ABSTRACT A total of 450 questionnaires were administered among the Pregnant Women attending Antenatal Care at General Hospital Kankia to determine and assess the factors which affect the nutritional status of the Pregnant Women in Kankia metropolis. The results obtained shows that 65% of the respondents were within 26-35 age group, 70% of the... More
APPRAISING THE ATTITUDE OF PEOPLE TOWARDS THE USE OF FAMILY PLANNING SERVICES
ABSTRACT The research work talk about the attitude of people toward use of family planning services in Maska ward of Funtua local government” is quite a sensitive issue that has not yet gained wide acceptance by the people not only of Maska ward but for the entire nation. The research however consists of five (5) chapters, chapter one (1)... More
ATTITUDE 0F NURSING MOTHERS TOWARDS EXCLUSIVE BREAST FEEDING AMONG MARIED WOMEN AGED 18-45
ABSTRACT The study was carried out the atitude of nursing mothers toward exclusive breast feeding in Matazu Local Government Area. The design used was survey method by random sampling, 100 copies of questionnaires were distributed among the nursing mothers in Matazu Town and collected the objective was to find out how for exclusive breast feeding.... More
ATTITUDE OF LACTATING MOTHERS TOWARDS EXCLUSIVE BREASTFEEDING
ABSTRACT This research project the attitude of lactating mothers towards exclusive breastfeeding in Galadima ‘A’ Kankia, Kankia Local Government Katsina State was complied. This research topic was chosen after ensuring that it is intensity and researchable with my supervisor, the research questions were formulated on topic of choice, the... More
AWARENESS AND ATTITUDE OF HIV/AIDS AMONG THE STUDENTS
ABSTRACT   Globally, HIV/AIDS epidemic posed an unprecedented threat to health of a nation. Since the beginning of the epidemic, more than 15million Africans have died from AIDS. Furthermore, in Nigeria the national HIV/Syphilis Sentinelsero-prevalent survey found that HIV/AIDS prevalence rose from 1.8% in 1998 to 5.8% in 2001 with an estimated... More