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Title: The effect of micro finance institutions on people's incomes in Kanungu district: a case of kihiihi savings and credit Cooperative society limited
Authors: Eric, Tunanukye
Keywords: Public Administration
Micro finance
People's incomes
Institutions
kihiihi savings and credit Cooperative society limited
Kanungu district
Issue Date: Oct-2008
Publisher: Kampala international international: College Humanities and Social Sciences
Abstract: This study was undertaken with aim of finding out the effects of microfinance institutions on people's incomes. Information gathering were done basing on primary source to get balanced information. For this to be achieved, the researcher following the background of the study, used secondary data by reviewing literature of other peoples on the topics related MFls; and also used primary data to get current issues at hand, where he used questionnaire and interview guide to get relevant information. Purposive, Quota and snowball were used to in order to get generalized information Presentation, analysis and interpretation of data was done by the use of tables as they are indicated The institutions offer short loans to people; gives loans advice to people, train people on how to use the loans. Improved standard of eating habits, children go to good schools, health people and community, and improved housing. Other sources of incomes of clients of KSCCS included coffee growing, animal keeping, and commercial tree planting. The findings indicated positive impact on peoples' income as is indicated by; the improved health community, improved meals; children go to good schools and many other indicators of positive change on peoples' livelihood. All categories of poor men, women, and the youth qualify for the loan after forming groups of more than five people; or if a collateral security is presented for the case of individual loaning The work is organized in a logical order from chapter one to chapter five. Chapter one contains the background of the study; problem statement; objective of the study; scope of the study; significance of the study; research question; limitations of the study and a conceptual frame work. Chapter two contains the review of related literature, chapter three the methodology employed in data collection process, chapter four contains the presentation, analysis and interpretation of data and lastly chapter five containing summary; conclusion; recommendations and area for further study.
Description: A dissertation submitted to the faculty of social sciences in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of the degree in public administration of Kampala international university
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12306/10501
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