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|Title:||Foreign aid and agricultural production in Lowershabeele- Somalia|
|Authors:||Naima, Abdulle Hassan|
|Publisher:||Kampala International University.College of Humanities and social science|
|Abstract:||The study sought to establish the impact of foreign aid on agricultural production in lower Shabeele, Somalia. The study objectives were; to identify the various fom1s of foreign aid being implemented in Lower Shabeele, Somalia, to establish the various forms of agricultural production in Lower Shabee1e, Somalia and to examine the impact of foreign aid on agricultural production in Lower Shabeele, Somalia. This study employed the descriptive survey design. The Target population was 220 and it comprised of 40 officials from the Ministry of Agriculture, 51 Officials from Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 69 Farmers and 60 officials from Aid Giving Organizations so the sample size was 142 Simple random and purposive sampling techniques were used to attain the sample of the study. The study findings revealed that the fonns of foreign aid being implemented in Somalia had an average mean of 3.25 which was equivalent to good. This implies that there is a multitude of fonns of foreign aid implemented in Somalia. It was also found out that the fonns of Agricultural production in Somalia had an average mean of 3 .06 equivalent to good on the Likert Scale. The Pearson Correlation of 0.681 which signifies a strong and positive significant relationship between foreign aid and agricultural production in Lower Shabeele, Somalia and significance of 0.000 which rejects hypothesis and thus indicating a significant relationship between foreign aid and agricultural production. The study concludes that investments in land, in particular agriculture, establish labour that in tum spawns to balance of payments and political progress. The link between physical Capital and economic growth is financial aid, financial aid functions in good policy Governments. The study recommends that there is need to carry out research on improved yields or breeds/ seeds. It also further recommends that agricultural research is widely believed to lead to enonnous gains outside of Somalia. It is also recommended that there is need for rural Extension services or agricultural extension services in order improve on the agricultural Production|
|Description:||Dissertation submitted to the College of Higher Degrees and Research in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the a ward of master’s degree in International Relations of Kampala International University|
|Appears in Collections:||Bachelor of Arts In International Relations and Diplomacy|
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