Sitting at home, one question came up in mind “WHY IN THESE DAYS, ARE THE RWANDAN YOUTH WORKING HARD IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF MUSIC INDUSTRY?” It was not easy to get the accurate answers; following questions remain in my mind like: Are they working for money-music as a job (professional)? Are they willing to become famous stars? Is it for the entertainment/Relaxing? Are they driven by their passion for music? Are they escaping the problems? Music as an escape domain? Are they exploring their free time? Are they using music as a way of expressing their views? and so on. Simply we can resume those causes of being more active in music industry for the Rwandan youth to lack of job. The objective of this paper is to analyze the causes which forces the Rwandan youth to be more active in music industry, in order to clarify and give the accurate hypothesis.
This is my first book based on the research on agritourism in Shaktikhor VDC in Chitwan district, Nepal. It's actually one of the first research on Agritourism in Nepal. Prior to this, none had done any study or research on it's prospects and potentials in the country, though Nepal is agricultural based country with lots of potentials. Therefore, I personally faced many challenges in terms of finding literatures and conducting research. However, I feel proud that I am one of the first researchers conducting agritourism research in Nepal and able publish this book. Nowadays, many tourism related organizations and government itself have prioritized the promotion and development of agritourism industry in Nepal. For instance, celebration of rice plantation day (Ropai Jatra) every year in every part of the country, which is good indication for promotion and development of this industry in Nepal. In fact, many tourists and youth are also attracted to celebrate it. Likewise, there are many such important agriculture related ceremonies, events that need to be documented and promoted for agritourism industry in Nepal.
This book is the result of years of research in the field of youth culture and its relationship with music in Bengal. It follows the history of counterculture, and its relationship with alternative music. The work uses secondary references for review of literature, and primary data collected and analysed by the author from her fieldwork in Kolkata and its suburbs. The book puts forth arguments on the trajectory of countercultural history in Bengal, and its effects on the youth expression through modern Bengali music. It also reflects upon the era of Western countercultural influences which have consequently shaped the development of alternative music in Bengal. The work dwells upon facts and data, and analyses them in the context of its theoretical parlance.
The purpose of this book is to research the influence of music festivals mobile apps on festival-goers as well as potential festivalgoers benefiting from mobile app features such as accessing updates and relative information about the music festival, maps to help navigate, and provide faster, engaging and more direct communication. In order to evaluate the aim critically, it was necessary to research the following topics areas: · Overview of the Event Industry · Technology development in the Events Industry · Mobile phone experience · Mobiles phone use in festivals · Mobile apps use in Music festivals. Secondary data has structure the objectives of this study, identifying what research is necessary to obtain the aim; to evaluate the influence of a music festival mobile app on potential festival-goers. The literature review outlines two key theme: mobile app development and their use in music festivals. To understand the development it was necessary firstly to explore the usability of mobile phone experience as well as understand the industry development by providing the overview and to analyze whether music festival mobile apps impact on festival-goers experience.
India is one of those countries in the world where various types of climate,sea-Beaches,Hill-stations,forest areas,Archeology,Historical regions & Rural Tourisms are available.One may enjoy here with Natural, Adventurous,Religious, wild Tourism and Food stalls in all the seasons. In India,we find to witness a joint phenomenon of folk,Tribal & western Culture in all types of cultural Tourism.India being a secular nation,there are religious tourist sites for all the people of various religious. Chhattisgarh situated in the Heart of India,is a fascinating centre of Tribal oriented plenitude Rural & Natural Tourism.The folk and Tribal music & Dance are the focal points of Public attraction. Especially the fore stay area of Bastar-Dussehra,Ghotul culture and Rajim Kumbh Mela are full of curiosity.The literature of all these pleasant has been prepared in order to its suitableness for tourism,Where the secondary Data & Information of Government of India & Chhattisgarh have also been included for its preparation.We are thankfull to Hon.Chief Minister Dr.Raman Singh & Tourism Minister Mr.Brijmohan Agrawal,along with my family members and Mr.PramilVerma & Sanjay Singh of Chhattisgah Tourism.
The problem of poverty and low living standards in the developing countries in general and in Kenya in particular, affects the youth more than any other group. The main reason for this is the fact that youth constitute the largest group of the unemployed population and have no physical assets of their own. Many leave school with no technical or business skills. They therefore have no economic or financial resources of their own, no access to jobs and no sources of income. They are simply unemployed while those who find some form of casual employment are underemployed. Bee keeping is an up-coming industry in Kenya and earns bee farmers substantial income through sales of honey and other bee products. Langstroth hives have proved to be more popular than Kenya Top Bar Hives. The demand for Langstroth hives has been rising as they are more productive. The tripartite model developed by Honey Care Africa is recommended as the most appropriate model for diffusion of beekeeping as an economic development strategy targeting youth employment in rural areas.
The book is the outcome of a study for exploration the role of education in motivating and empowering young people to participate in community development activities in Dhaka city of Bangladesh. It also discusses the current practices of youth work in community development. Problems faced by the students and young people in participating community development works have also been discussed briefly. The book is an attempt to bridge the gap between education system, youth empowerment and community development activities in Bangladeshi context.
The research was inspired by the fact that since Osun State was created in 1991, it has witnessed more violent conflicts than any other state in Nigeria. This has generated the sobriquet of “crisis state” for the state among the comity of states in Nigeria. The conflicts that have ravaged the state since created are communal violence, chieftaincy conflicts, political violence and electoral violence with youths being used to prosecute the violence. While other forms of violence in the state such as chieftaincy and communal have been engaged in academic discourses and documented in scholarship, political and electoral violence have not been adequately discussed and yet, all other conflicts such as communal and chieftaincy have their roots in political and electoral issues in the state. Thus, this work exposes political/electoral violence in the state, the role of the youth in the violence and the implication of the violence for the development and democratic consolidation of the state.
Young people aged 18 to 35 constitute one-third of the total population of Bangladesh and youth unemployment has significant negative consequences for society and the national economy. The Department of Youth Development (DYD) has been given the responsibility for transforming the youth into a productive workforce in Bangladesh. From its inception, DYD has trained up 3.2 million young people of which about 1.8 million are now self employed. This study finds that the growth of youth entrepreneurship in the DYD supported Programme is being inhibited by factors like inadequate financing, collateral burden, low managerial and technical skills, high cost of raw materials and production machineries, natural catastrophe, turmoil political and legal system, lack of infrastructural facilities and utility services, social and cultural barriers and low stability of the youth. Despite the negative factors, some positive factors like life skill training, the encouragement of trade, low interest rates, grace period and less time expenses in getting credit are acting positively to boost up entrepreneurship under the concerned programme.
Youth unemployment has continued to bedevil most countries in the Sub Saharan Africa and beyond. Most governments of the world are continually coming up with interventions geared towards improvement of youths’ lives through funding self employment endeavours. This text is therefore based on a research conducted in Kenya to establish the impact of the Youth Enterprise development Fund on the lives of Youths in Kenya. The problem of poor economic status impacts also on how youths fund their education and that of their children. This book should therefore find its readership mostly from Government officials dealing with youths, NGOs specialsed on youth empowerment, educational officials and the youths themselves.
Youth Development Programmes for Employable Skills in Ghana: The book explores the different factors that affect the employment of young people particularly graduates of vocational and training institutions. It further examines the role of each institution involved in the delivery of youth programmes and provides avenues for addressing the question of coordination and partnership among the various players. The contents also confirm the proposition that youth employment is not attainable without re-orienting the objectives of training to furnish technical, entrepreneurial and management skills and help develop appropriate attitudes for occupations and jobs. The book concludes with proposed practical institutional framework which will address the participation gap among the actors. The book provides the reader with clear picture of how government, employers, training and vocational institutions can work together generate opportunities with Kumasi Metropolis as reference.
The youth constitutes the biggest proportion of not only the population but also the productive labour force worldwide. In spite of their huge command in numbers, the youths are confronted with dynamic challenges. In Kenya, the youth make up 33% of the total population. However, due to high levels of unemployment, majority of the youth in Kenya have not been absorbed in the job market. In addition, high but unfulfilled expectations among the youth fuel frustration and desperation. This is what has led to preponderance of criminal behaviour, violence, drug abuse, risky and irresponsible sexual behaviour among the youth. In view of the limited opportunities which can be offered through wage-employment, integrating Information Communication Technology (ICT) in youth programmes is increasingly being recognized as one of the viable means and effective response to growing problem of youth unemployment (World Youth Report 2005). This book analyses the adoption of ICT in youth programmes in Mathare Kenya, the impact and viable recommendations.
The hotel industry is obviously the basic activity of international tourism. It is very important to the overall economic sector and plays an important role in most countries in providing facilities for the transaction of business, for meeting and conferences, for recreation and entertainment. In that sense hotels are as essential to economies and societies as adequate transport, communication and retail distribution systems for various goods and services. Through their facilities, hotels contribute to the total output of goods and services, which makes up the materials well-being of nations and communities. According to WTO, since 1960s, the world had more than 32 million hotel beds. This total hotel capacity is very unevenly distributed, since developing countries possess less than 10% of this hotel potential. In line with the segmentation of the tourism industry itself, the Asian hotel industry has changed to meet demand. There is now a wider choice of hotels available in more destinations at better price than ever before. Hotel groups are seeking to expand their presence in order to develop market share and distribution, thus lowering unit costs and raising efficiency levels.
Youth is the main power of any country for its socioeconomic development. Pakistan’s majority of the population consists on youth. Youth Crime is an imperative problem in every part of the country according to current situation. But, unfortunately it has been observed that the involvement of the youth in criminal activities is increasing at alarming rate, which is bad for any nation or country. It is understood that youth plays important role in the development of any nation or country. Youth is energetic and quick decision makers and due to this dynamic capability it always has been the heart of any nation. In this way, if youth begin to involve in criminal activities then the development of nation or country begin to slow down. In Pakistan youth crime is becoming gigantic problem day by day. The study was carried out to assess the phenomenon of crime and socio-economic factors of youth crime prevailing in the society. The study revealed that large number of criminals came from low socio-economic community; therefore they cannot fulfill their basic needs so they commit crime for the fulfillment of their basic needs.Therefore opportunities should be there for youth development.
Youth growing up in postwar areas face tremendous obstacles in an all spheres of life. This study examines the role of participation in identity formation among young people in Croatia whose lives have been affected by war and forced relocation. Turniski presents an alternative to the medical and pathology models prevalent in war and postwar research which portray youth as passive victims. Her research utilizes a sociocultural approach and investigates the long term effects of war on youth, their environment, the structures within which they live and the society as a whole in order to illustrate how these young people understand their complicated life situations and circumstances. The study focuses on the experiences of youth and their contexts and in doing so contributes to an understanding of the processes that make up the successful transition to a peaceful postwar society. Insights from the experience of Croatia may then be applicable to other situations in which similar social transformations are taking place.