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    • Water Accounting Framework-A Case Study of Lusaka Water and Sewerage Company 

      Makayi, Ben (2012-07-25)
      The aim of this dissertation is to compile a water account system in order to organize water information in a more efficient and consistent data collection system for Lusaka Water and Sewerage Company (LWSC) for the financial ...
    • Challenges of Water Quality Water Provision to peri-urban areas by Lusaka Water and Sewarage Company:a case of Ng'ombe compound,lusaka 

      Namafe, Namafe (2012-07-25)
      Water is a finite and vulnerable resource which plays a vital role in economic development. It needs to be managed through demand management (pricing) other than supply management. This study was carried out at Sable farms ...
    • An estimation of the economic value of irrigation water for wheat production at sable farms 

      Chitete, Client Mwanamambo (2012-07-25)
      Water is a finite and vulnerable resource which plays a vital role in economic development.It needs to be managed through demand management (pricing) other than supply management. This study was carried out at Sable farms ...
    • Proton recoil effects due to virtual phonton exchange in the binary encounter approximation 

      Mweene, Vincent Habatwa (2012-08-24)
      The Binary Encounter Approximation cross-section for inner-shell ionization of atoms by protons is corrected for proton recoil, an effect due to the exchange of virtual photons in proton — electron scattering. The correction ...
    • Mo S H A Di :Shape-Shifting Human Addressable Digital Money 

      Chishala, Matete Mpundu (2013-09-23)
      MoSHADi is a technologically centred approach to the money system intending to preserve the role of financial institutions and appointed authorities in the transition towards digital economies. It is designed around various ...
    • Time Table Generation System 

      Biemba, Andrew (2015-01-29)
      Timetabling is the allocation, subject to constraints, of given resources to objects in space-time domain to satisfy a set of desirable objectives as nearly as possible. Particularly, the university timetabling problem for ...
    • The Zambian Web-based Vehicle Trade and Inventory Management System( ZVTIMS) 

      Choongo, Wilson Mulomba (2015-01-29)
      The purpose of this project is to come up with a platform where buyers are able to meet sellers and trade specifically in vehicles both commercial and domestic. This will be in a form of a web-based management information ...
    • Agro Informatics System (AIS) 

      Velemu, Charles (2015-01-29)
      Agriculture can be defined as the science or practice of farming, including the growing of crops and the rearing of animals. Agriculture is one of the most important sectors in Zambia's economy and could benefit tremendously ...
    • Employee Management System 

      Simaanya, Mweemba (2015-01-29)
      Employees are the backbone of any company therefore their management plays a major role in deciding the success of an organization [1]. Employees Management Software makes it easy for the employer to keep track of all ...
    • Assisted and Augmented Reading( AAR) 

      Mwima, Tobiah (2015-01-29)
      The Mouse and keyboard is the major means of passing information from user to computer. Direct manipulation of objects via the mouse was a breakthrough in the design of a more natural and intuitive user interfaces for ...
    • Social Media Intelligence extractor 

      Kasonde, Mutanuka (2015-04-13)
      In the last few centuries, information has highly appreciated in value and its sources have greatly increased in number. The introduction of the web 2.0, which allowed users not only to retrieve but also generate information ...
    • Problems of water supply in the Livingstone District Council 

      Hachileka, Excellent (2015-04-13)
      An adequate water supply is literally a matter of life or death, not only for human beings but also for every form of animal and plant life. Nevertheless, until recently water has been taken for granted with little thought ...
    • Hostel space(room) allocation 

      Manda, Osbeck (2015-04-13)
      The Hostel space allocation system is a system developed for use by the Dean of Students. It was developed to be a prototype and was analyzing few major constraints characterizing Students. The system considers males ...
    • A Real Time,Dynamic and Extensible Information Map for Lusaka City 

      Munachitombwe, Michelo (2015-04-13)
      Modem technologies have made it possible for amateur news applications and related journalistic applications (blogs, social networks, collaborative publishing) to capture news faster and in larger amounts than any other ...
    • University of Zambia web based document archiving 

      Mwale, Waddington (2015-04-14)
      Organizations in this digital age deal with a large number of papers in their day-to-day activities. Much of this paper is legal or confidential documentation, and it is a statutory requirement that they be preserved for ...
    • Blood Bank Management Information System 

      Juma, Nazana (2015-04-20)
      The importance of Wood in the existence of mankind cannot be over emphasized. It supplies all nutrients and oxygen in the body; it has been medically proven that no human being can survive without blood. It is for this ...
    • Maunyama settlement (Mongu Harbour): Ageographical perspective of people on the move 

      Moola, Nayoto (2015-06-04)
      Illegal settlements are a chronic problem to landuse planners in Zambia in that they spring up in areas with other interded uses. Though more pronounced in urban centres, the rural centres have equally been affected. However ...
    • The physical, demographic and socio-economic characteristics of Sinia: A squatter settlement in Ndola 

      Nyanga, Fackson (2015-06-04)
      Much research work has been done on various residences of low income groups. In industrialised and more densely populated countries much of the york has mainly been conducted in slums. In less developed and generally ...
    • People's perceptions and attitudes towards cutting down of trees in chief Moono's area-Mumbwa 

      Maguswi, Mazuba (2015-06-04)
      The world's forests are disappearing at a very fast rate due to cutting down of trees indiscriminately. In Africa most people live under the poverty datum line. Therefore, when it comes to economic status, a number of ...
    • The morphology of the Kakumbi concave bank bench on Luangwa river 

      Karabassis, Edith Ngosa (2015-06-15)
      The study investigates the formation and development of concave bank benches on the Luangwa River in Eastern Zambia. The Kakumbi concave bank bench is studied in greater detail than the other two benches because of its ...