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IDOSR Journal of Arts and Management 

About: IDOSR Journal of Arts and Management is an academic journal. The journal publishes majorly in the area(s): Business & Poverty. It has an ISSN identifier of 2550-7974. Over the lifetime, 9 publications have been published receiving 1 citations. The journal is also known as: IDOSR J Art Manag.

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TL;DR: In this article , the influence of regional location of Kasese District on access to university education was examined using a descriptive study design on a sample of 98 respondents and data were collected using questionnaires and interview guides and analyzed using frequencies and percentages.
Abstract: This paper examined the influence of regional location of Kasese District on access to university education. The research used a descriptive study design on a sample of 98 respondents. Data were collected using questionnaires and interview guides and analysed using frequencies and percentages. The findings revealed that regional location factors affected access to university education such as distance to universities. The results from this research showed that distance to the university is one of the major factors affecting accessibility to university education. This paper recommends that the government should endeavour to improve the education standards in rural schools by improving teachers’ motivation through accommodation and other social amenities. Keywords: Influence, regional location, education, university and Kasese.

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TL;DR: In this article , the authors examined the challenges of ECOWAS in fostering regional integration in West Africa and pointed out that the production of homogenous raw materials by member states has reinforced vertical trade relations with industrialized countries and thus hinder intra-ECOWAS trade.
Abstract: This study examined the challenges of ECOWAS in fostering regional integration in West Africa. Anchored on the Marxist theory of the state and qualitative data generated through documentary method, the study observed that the production of homogenous raw materials by member states of ECOWAS has reinforced vertical trade relations with industrialized countries and thus hinder intra-ECOWAS trade. The study also noted that incessant checkpoints on selected routes of the Community highways, characterized by inhuman treatment, extortion, and arbitrary imposition of charges have undermined free movement of persons, goods, services and capital within the sub-region. The study thus posits that despite all the efforts put into integration of ECOWAS economics, intra-regional trade in West Africa has remained very low. Among others, the study recommends that member states of ECOWAS should ensure effective implementation of ECOWAS Treaties/Protocols in their territories. Keywords: Economic Community of West African States, regional trade, West Africa, integration, free movement
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TL;DR: The level performance of youth empowerment was; creating employment opportunities among the youth, providing education through payment of fees, training the youth some of the skills, fighting poverty in the community, funding the activities of the youth which are income generating, participated in the formation of policies on health, human rights affecting the youth and capacity building by giving refresher courses to the youth as mentioned in this paper .
Abstract: The youth empowerment and community development in Kamunganguzi Sub-County, Kabale District, Uganda was evaluated. The aim of the study was to find out the Level of the youth empowerment in rural areas, the effect of the informal economy to community development and the extent of the youth empowerment to the National Development in Kabale District. The survey research design was used. The researcher used both qualitative and quantitative techniques in collecting and analyzing and presenting the data. The level performance of youth empowerment was; creating employment opportunities among the youth, providing education through payment of fees, training the youth some of the skills, fighting poverty in the community, funding the activities of the youth which are income generating, participated in the formation of policies on health, human rights affecting the youth and capacity building by giving refresher courses to the youth. The factors affecting the effective performance of Youth empowerment were; poor leadership, lack budgeting skills, lack of enough funds, lack of enough funds and the inability to define proper lines of autonomy on policy issues, government interference. Keywords: Youths, Empowerment, Community Development and Kamunganguzi Sub County, Kabale District, Uganda
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TL;DR: In this paper , the authors examined ways of promoting sustainable productivity and employee performance through effective time management in public service and found that ineffective management of these inputs accounts for ebbing productivity and the manager is responsible for this management.
Abstract: Effective time management in the work of a manager is an important prerequisite for achieving strategic goals of the organization. Time is a special and worthy commodity that is given equally to everyone regardless of age, nationality, whether public or private sector. Time is always ever present to everyone, but no one ever seems to have enough of it. In Nigeria, the need for time management in organizations especially the public service cannot be over emphasized. Time management helps in achieving individual and organizational goals in view of the limited amount of time available to man. The study therefore beams a search light on organizational activities and effective time management, as well as, the relationship between managers and subordinates as regards time management. The effective management of time and other inputs or resources in a system is behind growing productivity, while the ineffective management of these inputs accounts for ebbing productivity and, the manager is responsible for this management in the system. Reports show that 3 out of 4 ventures die every year in Nigeria. This is not unconnected with ineffective management of time and other material and human inputs or resources in the venture. Consequently, this paper examined ways of promoting sustainable productivity and employee performance through effective time management. Keywords: Organisational, Activities, Time, Public Relations and Practitioners.
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TL;DR: In this paper , the authors reviewed transformational leadership style and its implication for nursing practice within the context of the health care system, and concluded that skills in efficient, unambiguous, and effective decision-making will result in a health sector that is more structured and pushed in the direction it should go.
Abstract: Nurse leaders are responsible for fostering an atmosphere of ongoing education and professional growth via the mentoring of their fellow nurses. They also serve as role models for younger nurses, some of whom may eventually advance to leadership positions within the nursing profession. Accordingly, building strong nurse leadership abilities are very necessary for those who work in the nursing profession and want to develop their careers. To develop one's leadership potential, it is frequently necessary to hone in on a core set of abilities that are particularly applicable to nursing administration. These abilities include the ability to make decisions, provide direction, resolve conflicts, effectively communicate, and adjust to changing circumstances. Nurse leaders are continually required to make choices, both big and little, ranging from the formulation of rules for the nursing staff to the upkeep of patient records. Nurse leaders are looked up to by resident nurses and other junior nurses for decision-making and guidance on a day-today basis. Skills in efficient, unambiguous, and effective decision-making will result in a health sector that is more structured and pushed in the direction it should go. Nurse leaders are therefore required to use interpersonal and motivational leadership tactics in order to effectively lead the individual and group of trainee nurses who report to them. Within the context of the health care system, this paper reviewed transformational leadership style and its implication for nursing practice. Keywords: Transformational, Leadership, Style, Implication and Nursing.
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