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Current issue Volume 8, Issue 4 (July-August 2024)


  • Role of Capacity Building on Economic Development of Women in Mogadishu Somalia
    Original Research Article
    Country Somalia
  • Pages 01-09
  • Mohamud Dahir Hilif
  • Abstract | pdf Pdf
  • The capacity building of women is crucial for its significant contribution to society and sustainable economic development in Somalia. These institutions prioritize not only their business interests but also their socio-economic development objectives. The capacity building play role reducing poverty by increasing employment and income, thereby enhancing women's capacity for sustainable development and eco-comic growth. This research aims to examine the influence of capacity building on economic development of women in Somalia. The study utilized a correlational research design to investigate the relationship between capacity building provision and women's economic advancement. The data was analyzed using SPSS software after being collected from 135 responded. The study found a significant positive correlation between capacity building services and women's economic development. The study indicates that capacity building and overall economic progress significantly enhance the economic progress of women in Somalia.The research findings suggest that a higher degree of adoption of capacity building has the potential to enhance women's financial status, self-assurance, and improve their chances for uplifting themselves from poverty. These outcomes can significantly contribute to the overall progress and well-being of society as a whole.

    • Intangible Assets as A Key For Development for Smes. Goodwill according to Greek Taxation.
      Original Research Article
      Country Greece
    • Pages 10-18
    • Gkinoglou Emnanouil
    • Abstract | pdf Pdf
    • In a competitive and trans formatting economy, intangible assets, is the most valuable asset of a company, and a significant factor that will help the company to a future development. Especially for Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises (SMEs) hold such a valuable asset, maybe is a tremendous key for sustainable and increasing route, in the international economy. Difficulties for measure this type of assets is already known. International Accounting Standards (IAS) and International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) are always focused in that direction. Every economy tries to find a suitable law for explain and give direction for this type of asset. Greek economy, still have old approaches, but with the new Greek Accounting Standards and the Greek Law Taxation, is an effort in the right direction.


    • Language Learning Strategies in Filipino and Preference For Oral Communication as Predictors of Students' Anxiety in Oral Language
      Original Research Article
      Country Philippines
    • Pages 19-29
    • MARIEL I. RONQUILLO || MARILOU Y. LIMPOT
    • Abstract | pdf Pdf
    • Schools, University of Mindanao-Matina, Davao City, Philippines ABSTRACT: This research aims to identify the relationship between language learning strategies and students' preferences in oral communication as predictors of anxiety in oral language among students. The (310) participants are from Davao City. This is a quantitative study that utilized a descriptive correlational survey. In analyzing the data, mean, Pearson r, and multiple regression were used. As a result of this research, it was found that the descriptive level of participants in language learning strategies is high, indicating that students often demonstrate their use. Similarly, in terms of preference for oral communication, it only obtained a moderate level, meaning that students only occasionally demonstrate their preference for oral communication. Furthermore, anxiety in oral language also obtained a high level. The results also revealed that there is no significant relationship between language learning strategy and anxiety in oral language among students. There is also a significant negative relationship between students' preference for oral communication and anxiety in oral language. Emotional, cognitive, compensation, social strategy, and teacher-student communication strategies are predictors with the most significant influence on students' anxiety in oral language.


    • Optimizing Organizational Commitment through Job Satisfaction: Revealing the Influence of Organizational Culture and Person Organization Fit
      Original Research Article
      Country Indonesia
    • Pages 30-35
    • Riris Diansyah Putra || Hamdi Harmen || T. Roli Ilhamsyah Putra
    • Abstract | pdf Pdf
    • This research is to investigate the role that job satisfaction has on the relationship between organizational culture and P-O Fit on the organizational commitment of employees at the Aceh Besar District Regional Secretariat. There were 162 employees who were the population in this study as well as the sample using the census method and analyzed using SEM AMOS. Based on testing, it is proven that in the descriptive hypothesis all variables have worked well even though there are several things that must be evaluated by the organization. In testing the verification hypothesis, it was found that the better the organizational culture that is realized and the work placement that is in accordance with the abilities of the employees, the greater the job satisfaction and commitment that employees have towards the organization. Job satisfaction, which acts as a mediator, proves its existence in this research on the relationship between the independent variables (organizational culture and POF) and the dependent variable (organizational commitment).


    • The Role of Financial Inclusion in Poverty Reduction: A Review Study
      Original Research Article
      Country Somalia
    • Pages 36-44
    • Mohamed Ali Adam || Dayah Abdi Kulmie
    • Abstract | pdf Pdf
    • Financial inclusion is incredibly important. It refers to everyone having access to and effectively using affordable financial products and services. This review focusses on the role of financial inclusion as strategic tool in poverty reduction. The paper used a narrative approach to describe the nature and the significance of financial inclusion, and how in contributes to the poverty reduction. It describes poverty as a complex issue involving serious deprivation, social exclusion, and resource inequality, while financial inclusion is described as a crucial strategy for macroeconomic stability, fostering low-income families, reducing poverty, fostering job creation, and fostering economic growth. Contemporary records show that the world population has made progress in reducing poverty rates from 20% to 10%, but poverty levels remain high. Thus, this paper argues that financial inclusion is a key factor in reducing multidimensional poverty, increasing income equalities and reducing inequalities. To reduce poverty, governments should improve financial literacy and technology awareness among young people and impoverished communities. Financial institutions should improve access to finance and promote financial inclusion, enhancing social well-being. Collaboration between governments and communities is crucial for eradicating poverty. Establishing a policy and institutional framework is essential, maintaining income levels, meeting basic human needs, and minimizing external threats.