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Title: Civil society organization activities and poverty level in Galkayo district- Somalia
Authors: Ahmed Abdinasir, Ahmed
Keywords: Civil society organization
Poverty level
Galkayo district
Issue Date: Dec-2012
Publisher: Kampala International University, College of Humanities and Social Sciences
Abstract: The study intended to establish the relationship between civil society organization activities and poverty level in Galkayo Somalia, using descriptive and correlation designs. The first major objective of this study was profile characteristics of respondents in which the study indicates that were involved in the study. 41% of the respondents were male, while 59% were female. So, it shows that most of respondents were female than male. Also table 2 indicates that the majority of the respondents were between the ages of 20-29 years. This means that majority of the respondent were young which constitute 31.4%, while those within the age limit of 30-39 years constitute 29%, while the age of 40-49constitutes 23%, while the age of 50 59 constituteslO.5% the remaining age constitutes 4.8% and falls within the age of 60 and above. Table 2 also shows that ha majority of the respondents were married 54 which constitutes 51%, while the rest were single 51 which constitutes 48%.Table 2, implies that the majority of the respondent are bachelor’s degree holders with 39% followed by masters 24%, and those with diploma degree constitutes 19% while the rest constitutesl7% which is certificate. Most of the respondents as table 2 indicate worked as field work 25% while 21.9% worked as financial debt, also 21.9% of the staff worked as programme officer, while the 17% worked as management, while the rest of the staff worked as support staffs which constitute 13.3%. Table 2 also shows that most of respondents they were under local and INGOs which constitutes 29.5%, while 19% were faith based organizations, also 15% of the respondents were traditional leaders, while 12% were human resource self-advocates and the rest were media which constitutes 10.5%.
Description: A Thesis Presented to the College of Higher Degrees and Research Kampala International University, Kampala — Uganda in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirement for the Degree of Master of Arts in development studies
Appears in Collections:Masters of Arts Development Studies - Main and Ishaka Campus

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