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ABSTRACT This research work examined flood generating structures on Kubwa urban landscape Bwari Area Council. It is a combination of field observation through the distribution of questionnaire to the residents of the area and library research. Background for the study was discussed as well as... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:URP0033
  • Pages:132
  • Chapters:5
CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION One of the basic necessities of life which are food, shelter, water and Air is of great importance to humans most especially in public buildings where there is high traffic and congestion most of the time. Research has shown that people spend about 90 percent of their... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:URP0032
  • Pages:60
  • Chapters:5
IMPACT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING ON   RURAL DEVELOPMENT   (A CASE STUDY OF ULI LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA IN ANAMBRA STATE) CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Environmental planning the process of facilitating decision making to carry out development with the consideration given to the natural environmental, social, political, economic and governance factors... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:URP0031
  • Pages:65
  • Chapters:5
THE IMPACT OF INDUSTRIALIZATION ON RURAL DEVELOPMENT  CHAPTER ONE Introduction Statement of the Problem Industrialization is a major development initiative that brings about massive development to a community be it rural or urban. With establishment of an industry the people stand to benefit in the way jobs are created security is provided,... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:URP0030
  • Pages:65
  • Chapters:5
IMPACT OF PUBLIC PIT TOILET SYSTEM AND ITS   ASSOCIATED PROBLEMS   (A CASE STUDY OF UDI LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA IN ENUGU STATE) CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background of the study A pit toilet is a type of toilet that collects human feces in a hole in the ground. They use either no water or one to three liters per flush with pour-flush pit... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:URP0029
  • Pages:65
  • Chapters:5
(A CASE STUDY OF CROSS RIVER STATE) CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1   BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY         Slums are home to the poorest of urban populations in Africa. The houses inhabited by slum dwellers are mostly decrepit, overcrowded, in neighborhoods that are prone to flooding... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:URP0028
  • Pages:67
  • Chapters:5
ON UVWIE LGA, DELTA CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of study The technological initiative of man towards the development of automobile and the discovery of petroleum triggered the building of petrol service stations at strategic locations to meet the demand... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:URP0027
  • Pages:67
  • Chapters:5
(A CASE STUDY OF UYO METROPOLIS) CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background of the study The generation and disposal of waste is an intrinsic part of any developing or industrial society. Waste, both from domestic and commercial sources has grown significantly in Nigeria over the past decade. Every time a... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:URP0026
  • Pages:67
  • Chapters:5
TENEMENT HOUSING AND INDUCED DOMESTIC CONFLICT IN PORT HARCOURT CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1. BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Human beings are naturally gregarious and no human being is an island on his own. There is therefore a need for them to interact, cohabit, and do things in common. The Port harcourt metropolis has witnessed continuous growth in... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:URP0025
  • Pages:67
  • Chapters:5
IMPACT OF PUBLIC PIT TOILET SYSTEM AND ITS   ASSOCIATED PROBLEMS   (A CASE STUDY OF UDI LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA IN ENUGU STATE) CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background of the study A pit toilet is a type of toilet that collects human feces in a hole in the ground. They use either no water or one to three liters per flush with pour-flush pit... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:URP0024
  • Pages:65
  • Chapters:5
CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1     Background of the Study Development is a necessary aspect of societies, indeed any society without development could be said to be static. Hence all societies are dynamic. Development as a term has been defined by many... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:URP0023
  • Pages:65
  • Chapters:5
CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1     BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY We live in a world shaped by human migration. Everyday people make decisions to leave their hometown, or even their own country and move elsewhere to work, study, retire or reunite... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:URP0022
  • Pages:68
  • Chapters:5
CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION The term natural vegetation generally refers to the plant cover of an extensive part of the earth. It also refers to the different plant communities found on the surface of the earth. (Monkhouse 1970, Collinson 198). The part of... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:URP0021
  • Pages:70
  • Chapters:5
CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background of the Study Water is an important component of the earth covering about three quarters (3/4) of the earth’s surface and occurs on land, underground and in space. Without water life on earth would be... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:URP0020
  • Pages:68
  • Chapters:5
THE IMPLICATIONS OF AIR POLLUTION ON HUMAN HEALTH IN UYO ( A CASE STUDY OF UYO-URBAN) CHAPTER ONE BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Environment is an important resource that provides livelihood and comfort to man. From the creation, environment remains indispensable to the existence and continuity of lives be it aquatic or terrestrial. This holds true... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:URP0019
  • Pages:68
  • Chapters:5
Chapter One Introduction 1.1    Background of the Study Housing is one of the basic needs of life. The problem of supply in quantity is experienced in most developing economies like Akwa Ibom State(Ekop, 2006), the study area. This problem has been receiving attention by government and... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:URP0018
  • Pages:56
  • Chapters:5
CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1        Background of the Study Human race is totally dependent on agriculture and information, and as the world population continues to grow, there must be continuous reassessment of... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:URP0017
  • Pages:68
  • Chapters:5
ABSTRACT Body Mass Index (BMI) is a measure of adiposity and has been used in many countries for assessment of overweight and obesity. The prevalence of obesity in children is increasing and is recognized as risk... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:URP0016
  • Pages:65
  • Chapters:5
Introduction 1.1    Background of the Study Housing is one of the basic needs of life. The problem of supply in quantity is experienced in most developing economies like Akwa Ibom State(Ekop, 2006), the study area. This problem has been receiving attention by government and the private sector since the state was created in 1987. The problem is... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:URP0015
  • Pages:65
  • Chapters:5
CHAPTER ONE BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Environment is an important resource that provides livelihood and comfort to man. From the creation, environment remains indispensable to the existence and continuity of lives be it aquatic or terrestrial. This holds true because of the fact that, every living organism breath, eat, engage into some form of... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:URP0014
  • Pages:65
  • Chapters:5
CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background of the Study Water is an important component of the earth covering about three quarters (3/4) of the earth’s surface and occurs on land, underground and in space. Without water life on earth would be impossible. It is often referred to as the “Liquid of life” because it constitutes up to ninety percent... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:URP0013
  • Pages:65
  • Chapters:5
CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1     BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY We live in a world shaped by human migration. Everyday people make decisions to leave their hometown, or even their own country and move elsewhere to work, study, retire or reunite with their families. Migration has changed the demographic composition of towns, cities and nations.... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:URP0012
  • Pages:65
  • Chapters:5
CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1    BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Rural community development through self- help approach is an age long social activity in our society. Even before the advent of the colonial administration, people had at different time in history, organized themselves into group and had employed communal resource to provide physical... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:URP0011
  • Pages:65
  • Chapters:5
CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Town planning is a technical and political process concerned with the development and use of land, protection and use of the environment, public welfare, and the design of the urban environment, including air, water, and the infrastructure passing into and out of urban areas such... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:URP0010
  • Pages:65
  • Chapters:5
ABSTRACT Public sanitary facilities are crucial infrastructure necessary for the social well-being and practical operation of a functioning city. Human dignity is directly linked to access the safety and hygienic sanitation and this formed one of the strongest indicator of a near perfect city. The research focuses on assessing the adequacy and... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:URP0009
  • Pages:67
  • Chapters:5
ABSTRACT Attitudes are essentially important in determining a people’s peculiarities and response to services provided. This study, titled ‘assessment of residents’ attitudes towards recreation in Bida-Nigeria’ was achieved through field observation and the administration of 969 structured questionnaires using systematic sampling to select... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:URP0008
  • Pages:67
  • Chapters:5
ABSTRACT The research aims at determining the factors that influence tourism travels by academic staff of selected universities with a view of identifying the constraining factors that hinders their tourism habits and making suitable recommendation to encourage participations in leisure tourism. A structured questionnaire was designed and... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:URP0007
  • Pages:67
  • Chapters:5
ABSTRACT Difficulty of access to land through the formal land supply system has necessitated the shift to other options for accessing land in our cities. These are considered as Informal Land Delivery System (ILDS). Since land is the pedestal upon which the fabric of the city exists and operates, it is pivotal to an efficient and effective urban... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:URP0006
  • Pages:67
  • Chapters:5
ABSTRACT Analysis of women‟s participation in waste picking and solid waste management as a whole has immense socioeconomic and environmental benefits and also can serve as a basis for identifying problems and making relevant recommendations in Sokoto Metropolis, Nigeria. The objectives of this research are to: review gender participation in... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:URP0005
  • Pages:67
  • Chapters:5
ABSTRACT This research work assessed the level of participation in outdoor recreation in Yenagoa town, Bayelsa State, Nigeria. The study covered ten wards in which the town is organised, using one ward each for investigations into the availability of outdoor recreation facilities, access to them and the general pattern of recreation practices... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:URP0004
  • Pages:67
  • Chapters:5
ABSTRACT This research examined the consequences of incompatible land uses on the environment of Uyo Urban. The study adopted a survey approach. It was carried out with questionnaire administration, land uses, structures and sector survey. Random sampling of 748 household heads within the identified 6 residential zones in Uyo Urban was adopted.... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:URP0003
  • Pages:50
  • Chapters:5
CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Rural community development through self-help approach is an age long social activity in our society. Even before the advent of the colonial administration, people had at different time in history organized themselves into group and had employed communual resources to provide physical... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:URP0002
  • Pages:50
  • Chapters:5
Chapter one Introduction 1.1   Background to the study Floods are major disasters affecting many countries of the world annually especially in most flood plain areas. Floods do not only damage properties and endanger the lives of human and animals but also produce other secondary effects like outbreak of diseases such as cholera and malaria as... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:URP0001
  • Pages:50
  • Chapters:5