Developing Country Studies

Developing Country Studies is a peer reviewed journal published by IISTE. The journal publishes original papers at the forefront of social, economical, trade and legislative issues related to developing countries. The journal is published in both printed and online versions. The online version is free access and download.

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Posted: 2011-11-04
 
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Vol 4, No 15 (2014)

Table of Contents

Articles

Communication Issues Regarding Control of Cervical Cancer among Rural Women in Elgeyo-Marakwet County, Kenya PDF
Victoria Chepkemoi Kutto 1-9
A Theoretical Exploration of the Evolution and Politics of Decentralisation Programmes in Ghana PDF
Simon Amegashie-Viglo 10-27
Achieving the Millennium Development Goals in Africa: Harnessing E-Learning Potentials PDF
Joseph Wilson, Nuhu D Gapsiso 28-34
The place of Adult Education and Community Development in Nation Building PDF
Melvis E. Hanachor, Rex A. Needom 35-38
Another Approach to Evaluating the Productivity of Value Added Tax in Nigeria PDF
OLOIDI , G..A., OLUWALANA, L. O 39-47
Barriers to Access and Utilization of Maternal and Infant Health Services in Migori, Kenya PDF
Joyce Cheptum, Moses N. Gitonga, Ernest Mutua, Salome Mukui, James Ndambuki, Winnie Koima 48-52
Contributions of Cooperative Movement to Alleviation of Poverty among Rural Women: Case Study of Oriade Local Government in Nigeria PDF
Mary Modupe Fasoranti 53-61
Defective Selection and Application of Valuation Data as the Cause of Valuation Inconsistency in Metropolitan Lagos, Nigeria PDF
AYEDUN, Caleb Abiodun, DURODOLA, Olufemi Daniel, AJIBOLA, Mayowa Olusola, OLOKE, Olayinka Clement 62-75
Internalizing the Negative Externalities of Mining in Ghana: Should Corporate Social Responsibility Be Voluntary? PDF
Andrews Kingsley Doku, Benjamin Appiah-Kubi 76-83
Refocusing Higher Education Research for Sustainable Development PDF
C. N. OZURUMBA, NKOYO ASUQUO THOMAS 84-91
Gender Constraints and Rice Varietal Characteristics Preferences in Lowland Rice Ecosystem in Ghana PDF
Monica Addison, S. E. Edusah, Paul Sarfo-Mensah 92-98
The MINT Countries as Emerging Economic Power Bloc: Prospects and Challenges PDF
Adeolu Durotoye 99-106
Perceived Competencies of Agriculture Extension Workers in Extension Services Delivery in Northern Region of Ghana, Perspective from Literature PDF
Adams Issahaku 107-114
Should ‘Climate Change’ Change Health Promoters? Lessons for the Developing World PDF
Emmanuel Appiah-Brempong, Paul Okyere, Miriam Tsiboe 115-118
The Pattern of Occupational Accidents, Injuries, Accident Causal Factors and Intervention in Nigerian Factories PDF
Nnedinma Umeokafor, Kostis Evaggelinos, Shaun Lundy, David Isaac, Stuart Allan, Ogechukwu Igwegbe, Kosi Umeokafor, Boniface Umeadi 119-127
Value Chain Analysis of the Cotton Market in Tanzania: Application of Structure-Connduct-Performance (SCP) Model PDF
Deus D. Ngaruko, Bahati D. Mbiliny 128-139
Re-thinking Foreign Aid to Africa in Post MDGs- 2015: Between Need and Viable Exit Strategy PDF
Caroline Khasoha Shikuku 140-143
Perceptions on the Impact of METASIP on Food Security in Ghana PDF
John Kwame Boateng, Charles Kwowe K. Nyaaba 144-154
Contextual Factors That Impact Leadership Practices In Cross-Cultural Settings: An Egyptian Case Study PDF
Asmaa M.S. Ibrahim 155-168


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