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AFRREV STECH: An International Journal of Science and Technology

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STECH: An International Journal of Science and Technology is a peer-reviewed journal of interdisciplinary scientific research, theories, and observations. STECH is a semi-annual publication of International Association of African Researchers and Reviewers (IAARR). The mission of this journal is to provide a platform for the dissemination of scientific research and theory across the academic disciplines. We seek to facilitate greater communication between the scientific assembly in Africa and the larger scientific community. To this end, STECH provides a platform for research conducted both inside and outside of Africa. The journal is provided strictly in the spirit of academic and scientific discourse and in support of our mission of improving the human condition and researches in Africa. 

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Vol 8, No 2 (2019)

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Articles

Hormonal contraceptive use and women’s labour supply: Qualitative evidence from Kayonza District In Rwanda EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Y. Shimamura, H. Matsuda, M. Sekiyama 1-18
A preliminary assessment of the energy related carbon emissions associated with hotels in Enugu Metropolis Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Chinwe Sam-Amobi, O.V. Ekechukwu, C.B. Chukwuali 19-30
Graduate students’ preferences in technology usage in student-faculty interactions at the University of Cape Coast, Ghana EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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William Boateng, Christina Boateng, John Boateng 31-44
Ghanaian senior high school science students’ conceptions about change of state of matter EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Godwin Kwame Aboagye, Kwaku Darko Amponsah, Emmanuel Osuae Graham 45-63
ICT and administrative effectiveness of University in Nigeria: A connect between leadership and knowledge EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Ifeyinwa A. Ajah, Chioma C. Chigozie-Okwum 64-85
Teachers’ perception and background in chemistry: Implications for basic science education in primary schools EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Ekene N. Igboegwu 86-92
Cultural factors and traditional practices of the people In Delta State about HIV/AIDS pandemic EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Ikponmwen Florence Iyamu, Endurance Gabriel Tsetimi 93-105


ISSN: 2227-5444
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