NOLEGEIN- Journal of Business Risk Management en-US (Journal Manager) (Admin) Tue, 15 Dec 2020 06:46:16 +0000 OJS 60 A Study on Tourism Prospects in Majulias: A Community-Based Tourism and Sustainable Tourism <p><em>Tourism in India is having a high potential to attract myriads of inbound and domestic </em><em>tourists from all over the world. As India is topped up with diverse culture and cuisines, </em><em>among them the Northeast India exhibits flamboyant attractions. So studies have spotlighted </em><em>one of the less specified destinations of Assam, i.e. Majuli. Majuli can be a perfect holiday </em><em>destination if it will be channelized properly, as the destination is full of natural and cultural </em><em>resources which have a potential to attract thousands of tourists. The island is virtually cut </em><em>off from the mainland and tourists can reach there via ferry from Nimati Ghat. The island is </em><em>full of attractions like pottery items, mask-making centers, boat making, and especially, the </em><em>communities’ huts for tourist accommodation show the participation of local community. </em><em>Local residents’ participation can help in developing the destination and promote </em><em>community-based tourism. </em></p> Nitesh Kumar, Bikash Gagoi Copyright (c) 2020 NOLEGEIN- Journal of Business Risk Management Tue, 15 Dec 2020 06:46:41 +0000 Implementation of Go Green School Program in the District 6 Schools in the Division of Manila: Basis for a Proposed Action Plan <p><em>Environment is the surrounding where we live and the source of life. It directs our life and </em><em>determines our proper growth and development. A quality social life depends on the quality </em><em>of our natural environment. At home, it is the first school in which children learn moral </em><em>values, love of environment and love of themselves. School is their second home. Green </em><em>classrooms equip children with the knowledge on how to make a difference in the world, but </em><em>also help create a healthier learning environment that benefits the students, teachers and </em><em>learning institutions. This study assessed in the implementation of greening program in the </em><em>District 6 schools in the division of Manila in terms of toxic reduction indoor and outdoor, </em><em>air quality acoustical performance, resources sustainability, green health space, health and </em><em>wellness, environmental literacy, preparedness, safety and security, and linkages and </em><em>network. The study made used of purposive sampling. The population of the study was </em><em>secondary school administrators, teachers and parents. There were 156 respondents </em><em>comprising 56 administrators, 53 teachers and 46 parents who are Parent Teachers </em><em>Association (PTA) officers of the respective school. The findings unveil that the schools in </em><em>District 6 of the division on Manila implemented the Go Green program. The significant </em><em>difference on the assessment of the Go Green program is accepted. It concluded that the </em><em>schools are further to improve the implementation of the Go Green program. The </em><em>respondents have similar views.</em></p> Joyce Cablilan-Paderan Copyright (c) 2020 NOLEGEIN- Journal of Business Risk Management Tue, 15 Dec 2020 07:04:12 +0000 Refugees’ Art and Crafts Healing Centre <p><em>According to United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees reports, 102,000+ of refugees </em><em>are resettled worldwide in 2017, 57% of the refugees come from Syria, Afghanistan and </em><em>South Sudan. The number of the Syrian refugees represents more than half of all Syrians </em><em>where they have been displaced by war. Approximately 140,000 Syrians live in two camps: </em><em>Za’atari and Azraq in Jordan. Nearly 50% of all registered refugees are under the age of 18. </em><em>Although education is an essential tool of empowerment and it is especially important for </em><em>young people, these children are out of schools, where an entire generation’s future is at risk. </em><em>This research aims to explore and examine a model to create a stronger connection between </em><em>the refugees and community. It relies on creating a refugee’s art and craft healing centre </em><em>trying to bridge the gap between the refugees and community. The centre’s role will be </em><em>teaching young refugees' skills, displaying and marketing their products. Recovering the </em><em>children after trauma and healing them by art and other activities, providing them with a </em><em>peaceful environment that will reduce stress level. The model will be designed to provide a </em><em>flexible structure as a mobile element which helps reducing huge costs needed for camps’ </em><em>infrastructure by having the capacity to be used to serve different camps. It is hoped that this </em><em>study will improve the learning techniques, providing different crafts, helping in exporting </em><em>their products and have their own income, increasing the benefits in refugees’ camps, and </em><em>integrate them with the community. </em></p> Mohammed F.M. Mohammed, Shahds Mogari Copyright (c) 2020 NOLEGEIN- Journal of Business Risk Management Tue, 15 Dec 2020 07:44:24 +0000 Climate Change Protocols and Corporate Survival in Africa Beyond 2012: Exploring the Grave Implications of Climate Change Regulations on African Businesses <p><em>Climate change protocols since 1978 seek to regulate the impact of human activities to </em><em>mitigate and, if possible, avoid the grave environmental upheavals implicated in the resulting </em><em>climate change. The protocols advocate and increasingly legislate all—inclusive </em><em>internationally binding measures to quicken the abatement of environmentally unfriendly </em><em>energy sources, processes, products and services which promote the causes of climate </em><em>change. While developed nations in the forefront of crafting the protocols delay </em><em>implementation, heftily investing in research and clean energy livelihood, African nations, </em><em>more vulnerable to climate change, lack the financial, economic and technical structures, </em><em>and the political will to approach critical climate change mitigation and adaptation </em><em>programs beyond rectifying international conventions. This paper reveals that the steady and </em><em>urgent progress of international climate change protocols could snowball to enormous global </em><em>environmental super standards which could constitute very daunting challenges to business </em><em>survival in Africa in the long term. </em></p> Otuekere, Cajetan Chubueze, Eze Kingsley, Chibuike Copyright (c) 2020 NOLEGEIN- Journal of Business Risk Management Tue, 15 Dec 2020 08:14:36 +0000 Role of Research in Nation Building <p><em>This article focuses on the role of research in building of nation. Nation is a group of people </em><em>living in a country with a distinct government. Building of nation is necessary for evolution </em><em>and progress. The meaning of nation building is development of education. The base of </em><em>nation building is research. Research is developed from knowledge. Knowledge is the ability </em><em>to think innovative ideas from human mind. A person who thinks such innovative ideas plays </em><em>a very important role in the field of research. Research is elaboration of knowledge stock </em><em>where we can find out more information of anything and we can utilise the application of this </em><em>extra information in the building of nation. The main aim of research is gaining knowledge so </em><em>that we can build our nation very well. We have need to connect research with nation </em><em>development to build society, polity, and economy for the removal of poverty, unemployment, </em><em>inequality, etc. The main goal of nation is to support R &amp; D to improve growth, increase </em><em>economic efficiency, and higher the number of employers. When we build a nation, then we </em><em>need a strong financial investment and only research make this investment succeed. As we </em><em>see our society is changing day by day and basic needs are also changing, so we need a lot of </em><em>applications of science and technology. Without research, we will have no development in </em><em>nation. If we want that our nation is to develop or brighter day by day, then we must work on </em><em>our innovative ideas, so that we could build our nation very well with strong economy. With </em><em>research, we will take our nation on another top level of success. Research can help in </em><em>national problems and we could get solution of problems with the help of research. </em></p> Neha Sharma Copyright (c) 2020 NOLEGEIN- Journal of Business Risk Management Tue, 15 Dec 2020 08:34:12 +0000