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Articles by J.O. Oluwoye
Total Records ( 3 ) for J.O. Oluwoye
  J.O. Oluwoye , D.A. Oloke and O.I. Akinmoladun
  The study proposes a conceptual framework for site selection disposal of water treatment residuals in developing countries using geographic information systems. The conceptual framework comprises 3 methodological factors, namely selection of case studies, database development and management and analysis of data and presentation of results or 4 stages, namely raw data, parameter maps, processing and final product. It is envisaged that this theoretical model provides a useful tool for rural and urban planner’s practitioners in developing a more comprehensive overall planning strategies.
  J.O. Oluwoye
  A highway facility must, to varying degrees, serve three interests simultaneously, the road user, the abutting property owner and the general public. AIDS is not just a public health concern in the sub-Saharan Africa. The epidemic threatens to reverse decades of development. The more people travel the faster and further HIV can spread. Thus, population movement in the form of transportation usage is an important factor in the spread of AIDS. The purpose of this paper is to develop a conceptual framework for reducing the HIV/AIDS vulnerability of road users and their environment through a systems approach based on a transport sector’s unique attributes. It is anticipated that development planning and creative problem solving can also lead to new modes of cooperation within the transport sector, enabling economic survival in places most severely impacted by the HIV epidemic. The transport sector has unique potential to contribute to the reduction of HIV transmission. Many of the situations in which HIV spreads can be changed through strategies and policies relating to the transport sector. The study concludes that strategic planning can reduce the number of people infected and help ensure that everyone is prepared for challenges that will arise from widespread illness and death through assessing impacts and charting longer-term directions as the basis for shorter-term tactical and operational actions.
  J.O. Oluwoye and I. Olugbenga Akinmoladun
  The purpose of this study is to describe a conceptual approach suitable for spatially analysing the spread of an infectious disease. This study focuses on the development of an index to measures HIV segregation as the degree of departure from an even residential distribution of population of HIV carriers/AIDS sufferers as a minority and Non HIV carriers/AIDS sufferer’s population as a majority in a city or country. The study concludes that the method of indirect standardisation examines the relationship between D and E (D) to determine the degree to which HIV/AIDS group segregation can be attributed to social class, by correlation expected and actual numbers of HIV/AIDS members across tracts.
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