The labor economics is a science that deals with the study of phenomena that affect the functioning of labor markets, economic analysis of these markets is based on surveys of households, workers and enterprises. The studies in employability have a very important contribution in economic analyzes of the labor market, it is a complex and organized phenomenon, which can synthesize the employment policy applied in a country. Profesionnal training has an effective role in the integration of young people into the labor market, as human capital is considered as the most important capital in an economy, "It is not wealth that man", launched by Adam Smith can justify the important place occupied by the theory of human capital in economic analyzes.
Therefore, this study focuses on the question of the integration of the winners of the institutions of the Office of Professional Training and Labour Promotion, the rate it reached 61.68% and on the issue of the adequacy between training and employment that are correlated only by 32%, which is explained by the structural problems known by the Moroccan labor market.
In recent years, the world of economy knew a large growth in productivity gains, this progress is in terms of health and quality of life, however the countries suffer from degradation phenomenon due to the lack of equitable distribution among individuals and countries, threatening one hand the local or global environment and also sustainable development.
Cooperatives in all forms play a crucial role in the development of the Moroccan productive fabric, in the last years Cooperatives have made some development goals that are social environmental and economic, This is the motive of my work, This is actually a job that revolves around the role of Moroccan cooperatives in sustainable development.
A system of differential equation approach was used to model the dynamical spread of malaria where humans and vectors interact and infect each other. Positivity of solution showed that there exists a domain where the model is epidemiologically and mathematically well-posed. The basic reproduction number R0 < 1 shows that disease can be controlled in the environment, otherwise the disease persist and become endemic whenever R0 > 1. Also, the numerical analysis performed shows that the most effective strategies for controlling malaria is to reduce the vector biting rate and increased the human treatment.
The aim of the present study was to evaluate the influence of the cuttings site and the age/state of the branch on the cuttings of the cola tree in the optics of its domestication (ex situ conservation). To this end, plageotropic and orthotropic branches having each one three nodes, equipped well were divided like cuttings and were placed in polyethylene bags containing a substrate based on a mixture of black cotton soil, chicken dejection and sawdusts broken up well. The results of this study indicate that 70 days after cuttings, on average 73% of the cuttings began again. However, after 90 days, the rate of survival recorded was 58.4%. Compared to the site of the cuttings, the best results were obtained with the cuttings taken on the orthotropic branches compared to the plageotropic branches. Compared to the state of the branch, the best results were obtained with the cuttings taken on the semi-ripened branches. Thus, the site of the cuttings and the age/state of the branch are parameters which condition the success of the cuttings of wild fruit trees such as the cola tree. It would be thus desirable that a study is carried out in order to evaluate the influence of the phyto-hormones on the cuttings of semi-ripened orthotropic branches.
Currently R.D. Congo, effective teaching practices to the best methods of teaching remains a theme in the educational discourse. Because of the attention focused on this issue by those who would make effective teaching, we wanted to compare the effectiveness of two methods of teaching, active and participatory teaching and traditional teaching, using an approach quasi-experimental. We worked with 120 students of 5th year of primary school, divided into two groups, namely 60 students for the experimental group and 60 for other controls. Each group was subjected to two tests, as a pretest and the other as posttest. Trial of pretest allowed us to make us realize the starting level of the 120 students involved in the research. Given that students in the experimental group and the control group showed no significant difference in the pretest, they are therefore comparable. The results at the end of this study showed that the experimental group who met the students taught by active and participatory pedagogy achieved a performance far superior to the control group composed mostly of students taught by traditional education. This means that active learning and participatory and more effective than traditional teaching. Because of its efficiency, it can be enhanced and promoted in schools.
By its name DR Congo is a democracy known by its struggling to apply democracy norms in its day by day politic. One of the factors which prevents DRC to be true democracy is security challenges. This article demonstrates how it is difficult for democracy to flourish when there is a tension between the expression of the will of the people and the sad reality of been subjected to the will of armed group in DRC.
This study poses the diagnosis of the pygmies education in the South Kivu province in the Democratic Republic of the Congo during the period from 2005-2006 to 2010-2011. It focuses on the school statistics and the qualitative data collected from directors and teachers of primary and secondary schools, pygmies pupils parents, local and international Non Governmental Organizations representatives working in the four territories where 65 % of pygmy population concentrates. It comes out from the analysis made on these data that despite the fact that they are very weak, the sizes of pygmies pupils have increased each year four times more quickly than those of non pygmies pupils, that is to say 12% of the increasing rate versus 3%. This important expansion of pygmies children education goes unfortunately with an irregular school attendance, which emerges, in general, on an important school disconnection, representing, at least, 34% of enrolled sizes. If the school disconnection is fundamentally explained by poverty, the discrimination that pygmies undergo in their milieu, as well as their attachment on their culture are not withdrawal. In addition to these difficulties, the South Kivu pygmies ‘education also faces an imbalance between education demand and supply and mainly the type of school organized for these people.
This article examined the convincing strategies that speakers used in their speeches, especially Nelson Mandela, Martin Luther King, and Barack Obama. It withdrew linguistic realities in different speeches by using a contextual and pragmatic view of the speeches. The results revealed that the non-mastery of the argumentative strategies used by these speakers lead the listener to inadequate interpretation of the message and ideals conveyed by the speakers. It also suggested hard tasks to the listener while interpreting these speeches that embody different devices to convince the audience.
Nowadays, most companies to maximize revenue prefer to work beyond the scheduled hours. In addition, Kisangani companies frequently use overtime, in this case small and medium-sized enterprises (P.M.E).
The use of this practice by Kisangani companies is essential, especially since maximum production is a main objective of the company. But here it is question whether the main concern of the company goes hand in hand with the treatment of employees in the effectivity of time of work done.
At the end of this work, it should be pointed out that remuneration is a serious problem in enterprises in general and, in particular, small and medium-sized enterprises (P.M.E) in Kisangani. It can lead to disturbances in the functioning of companies which even lead to legal proceedings.
The data in our possession confirm that there are overtime hours, but these hours are unpaid.
A sample of 57 diagnosed children and treaty for case of typhoid fever at the Général hospital of reference of Basoko had been the subject of our investigations. After the analyses, it was revealed that the typhoid fever is observed more during January, Mars and October with Basoko over the twelve months of the year. The children whose age bracket varies from 3 to 5 years are reached than the others.
Paludism and helminthiasis are the pathologies most associated the typhoid fever. Hyperthermia, the abdominal pain, gargouillement, the cephalgia, the stiffness of the nape of the neck and the physical asthenia are the clinical signs most characteristic of the typhoid fever. The current treatment of the typhoid fever rests on antibiotics with strong intracellular penetration, especially intra-macrophagic. With this intention, the synergy of cephalosporine of 3rd generation with the phénicole one, associated Dexaméthasone into intravenous slow during 10 minimum days constitute a treatment of success, with a reduction of mortality of 10% against that of 50% without Dexaméthasone.
The factors of risks the most accused in the contamination of the typhoid fever in the children are insufficient hygiene and the consumption of the fruits without washed. The diagnostistic difficulties are due to the lack of the equipment of biological diagnosis specific, to the limits of the clinical signs in the zones of endémie and the bad interpretation of the sérodiagnostic of Widal Felix.