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A Requirement Model of Local News Application for Rural Communities a requirement model of local news application for rural communities
Mobile news service for can be obtained easily way and flexibility to access the rural news criteria at any time in any location that this service can provide. This research introduces a prototype “local news WAP/WEB application” that provides the people in the rural communities with the appropriate news services that could help those people to view the various news via this prototype. By using this prototype, the user of this service from the rural communities can easily get necessary information that makes those users in touch with the different news updating in these areas. The proposed prototype provide the user to post the occur news that related for these areas.
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Integrated Development Model for Poverty Reduction a requirement model of local news application for rural communities
The book is about the Rural Development through self help basis. Philosophy is the development without dependence. New model which is based on integrated development is introduced in this book. The book is based on the review of work of three NGOs two national and one international working in Pakistan for development of rural communities. Qualitative and Quantitative research methodologies are used. Conclusion is this development can not be possible without participation of local communities in the overall process. The book is for the development workers.
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Television News and The Politics of Glocalisation a requirement model of local news application for rural communities
While rural people in a developing country like Thailand is often perceived as media dupes, the notion of ‘active audiences’ within the sphere of cultural studies coupled with an ethnographic methodology allow us to gain insight of how media messages are reproduced and interpreted by the audience. This book analyses the articulations of local and global cultures in rural Thai society through audiences’ reproduction and interpretation of news meanings. It demonstrates the audiences’ reading of television news is an interdiscursive practice where a number of discourses are brought to bear on the text, both from and within a ‘local’ and a ‘global’ context. Television news does not simply represent another encroachment of ‘globalisation’, nor destroy all together any notion of a local ‘organic identity’. Interestingly, in particular contexts audiences’ interpretation of news tend to reveal a form of cultural hybridisation where local and global cultural identities are combined to make sense of news events.
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Community involvement in the Early Childhood Development Programme a requirement model of local news application for rural communities
The Zimbabwean government launched a rural community based Early Childhood Development programme in 1982. This means that rural communities own the Early Childhood Development Centres. Communities are in charge of the day to day running of the centres. They are in charge of the payment of teachers` salaries. Communities have to fund raise to finance the programme. Resources for use by the centres are sourced by communities; these include books, crayons and other writing materials. Communities are in charge of nutrition gardens so that there is constant provision vegetables and other food items. Communities are also involved in toy production. Communities also construct playground equipment using local materials.
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Indigenous Fruits and Rural Livelihoods in Zimbabwe a requirement model of local news application for rural communities
This study sought to explain how indigenous fruits such as Uapaca Kirkiana can be used to improve rural livelihoods.The descriptive survey method was used as the research design. The study showed that there is lack of devolution of power in decision making to local communities and therefore the unsustainable methods of harvesting Uapaca Kirkiana. This has led to reduced rural livelihoods. The study recommends that communities should be granted genuine proprietorship of resources that is the right to use resources ,determine mode of usage, benefit fully from use,determine the distribution of such benefits and determine rules of access. Finally it is recommended that further research be undertaken in order to establish the possibility of domesticating indigenous fruit trees in local communities with the aim of enhancing rural livelihoods.
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Storied Research into the Adoption of PLCs in Rural Schools a requirement model of local news application for rural communities
This book is organized into four articles. The first traces my transition into the world of a doctoral student and how it parallels my recent immigration into rural New Brunswick using Giroux’s border-crossing model The second contains a review of related literature on rural education and PLCs. This article presents a possible model for adopting PLCs in rural schools. The third contains my narrative inquiry into the experiences of teachers in rural New Brunswick schools to reveal how a PLC model for professional development was adopted at their schools and the effect the implementation had on their practice. The fourth captures the impact and implications of various educational reforms on communities, showing a clear connection between government policymakers’ economic perspectives to the reform of rural schools and the outmigration of youth from their rural communities. A locally influenced curriculum links the classroom and cultural politics so students can develop their deliberative powers to remain and address community issues. At the heart of each article lies the role of the community as it adjusts to the challenges of change.
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Land Tenure and Tenure Security Among Somali Pastorals of Ethiopia a requirement model of local news application for rural communities
Rural Land is the single most productive asset that the rural communities in developing countries have at their disposal and through which they can chart their development destiny. Therefore having a legally secured access right and well defined property rights in land is the sign qua non test for sustainable utilization of rural lands. For pastoral communities like the Somali Pastoralists rural land is even a treasure that needs adequate legal protections. But in Ethiopia the issues of Pastoral Land rights were somewhat neglected for more than a century and currently the pastoral communities have one of the most unsecured tenure rights and this paper call for the recognitions of customary land rights of Somali pastoralists living in Eastern Parts of Ethiopia.
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Child Maltreatment in Rural Communities a requirement model of local news application for rural communities
Issues concerning child maltreatment have received less attention in traditional or rural communities in the developing world. Rural communities in Ghana are no exception. The nature and extend of child abuse in rural Ghana, thus far, received little attention, and there is paucity of empirical data on its occurrence. This may be due to such cultural factors as the belief in the absolute authority of the elderly and the need to protect the privacy of families. As a result, such communities become the breeding ground for child maltreatment. The Author holds a BA (Hons) Psychology and Information Studies from the University of Ghana and a Master of Philosophy (Developmental Psychology) from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway as well as Master of Philosophy in Cognitive Neuropsychology from the University of Oslo.
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Local Bill a requirement model of local news application for rural communities

Local Bill

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Local Bill a requirement model of local news application for rural communities
What are the discussions about 'Local Bill' in UK political arena? This documentation features the transcripts of the unabridged speeches held in the UK Parliament from the Minister of State, Department for Communities and Local Government (Greg Clark), the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government (Mr Eric Pickles) and other MPs' of the UK Parliament. This non-partisan documentation offers the reader a direct glance at the parliamentary debate on 'Local Bill' and the discussions of the Parliamentary members in relation to the political agenda.
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Community Procurement for Effective Local Infrastructure Development a requirement model of local news application for rural communities
Local Development in Malawi has been decentralised and rural communities are provided with funds to manage their own development initiatives. Since 1995, MASAF has taken the lead in Malawi in providing resources to communities to implement local development activities using Community Driven Development (CDD) approaches. In implementing these activities, procurement of goods, labour and other services plays a critical role and accounts for over seventy percent of the project budget. The study was aimed at finding out how effective community procurement is, in the context of MASAF community managed projects. Through the study, community procurement has been studied to assess its effectiveness with a view to drawing out lessons for future Community Procurement frameworks. The study has revealed that local communities need to be more involved in processes of the design and budgeting for the required services. Communities have demonstrated capacity to implement local development projects of acceptable quality. There is, however, need for improvement of the procurement processes to enhance economy, efficiency, fairness and transparency.
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Awareness Of Local Government Finances On Community Development a requirement model of local news application for rural communities
Local government is the third tier of government almost in every nation. It is the government that imparts more on the community by providing needed developmental infrastructure. The federal government allocates funds monthly, through a bureaucratic bottleneck, to the local governments to enhance the living standards of the communities. This book advocates for citizens awareness of Local Governments’ financial involvements as a precursor for transparency and utilization of such funds. Citizens’ financial information awareness makes the local government administrators jittery thereby leading to adequate use of the funds allocated to them from the federation account or those generated internally. This researched work is a good source of information for Local Government Administrators, Councilors, Chairmen, Youth Leaders, Women Leaders, and all those who are involved in leadership activities. It is a handbook for students of Public Administration, Business Administration, Information Resources Management, Community Development, etc. It is an inevitable resource for Non-governmental Organizations who advocate development of rural areas and enhancement of rural dwellers.
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Local Government Bill Vol. 2 a requirement model of local news application for rural communities
What are the discussions about 'Local Government Bill' in UK political arena? This documentation features the transcripts of the unabridged speeches held in the UK Parliament from the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Department for Communities and Local Government (Baroness Hanham), the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government (Mr Eric Pickles), the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government (Robert Neill) and other MPs' of the UK Parliament. This non-partisan documentation offers the reader a direct glance at the parliamentary debate on 'Local Government Bill' and the discussions of the Parliamentary members in relation to the political agenda.
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Local Bill Vol. 2 a requirement model of local news application for rural communities
What are the discussions about 'Local Bill' in UK political arena? This documentation features the transcripts of the unabridged speeches held in the UK Parliament from the Minister of State, Department for Communities and Local Government (Greg Clark), the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government (Andrew Stunell), the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government (Robert Neill) and other MPs' of the UK Parliament. This non-partisan documentation offers the reader a direct glance at the parliamentary debate on 'Local Bill' and the discussions of the Parliamentary members in relation to the political agenda.
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Local and Regional News a requirement model of local news application for rural communities
What are the discussions about 'Local and Regional News' in UK political arena? This documentation features the transcripts of the unabridged speeches held in the UK Parliament from the Economic Secretary to the Treasury (Ian Pearson), the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport (Barbara Follett) and other MPs' of the UK Parliament. This non-partisan documentation offers the reader a direct glance at the parliamentary debate on 'Local and Regional News' and the discussions of the Parliamentary members in relation to the political agenda.
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Community Based Ecotourism a requirement model of local news application for rural communities
Ecotourism has become one of the fastest growing sector & popular within the last 20 years in the world in general and Ethiopia in particular. This book focuses on the role of Community Based Ecotourism as a tool for sustainable development in Lake Tana, Ethiopia. ecotourism is a multidimensional stream that envisaged the environmental conservative scheme, local communities' participation and empowerment, local employment opportunities, sustainable and alternative livelihoods for the local communities, fair equity, fair treatment and equal division of wealth among the local communities. As a result, ecotourism is one of the most fashionable and widely acceptable concept and practice here and there across the globe. Above all, this book provides incredible facts and practices of Zegie peninsula, Lake Tana, Ethiopia.
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Perception and realities of biofuels investment in rural livelihood: a requirement model of local news application for rural communities
This book draws on the fieldwork on perceptions and realities of biofuels investment in rural livelihood of Kisarawe district. The fielwork for this publication employed quantitative and qualitative research methods to evaluate people?s perceptions and realities toward biofuels investment.Findings have relvealed that local communities were not involved in the whole investment procedure yet were the one who gave out their land. The overriding issue is how to fulfil the promise to this poor community who gave their land for the sake of having better life. This book is ideally for those interested in biofules "energy crops" investment within local communities. It includes important discussions about policy implication to the biofuels investors, land acquisition procedures, issue of compensation, level of participation and promises.
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