A dissertation on the role of radio in alleviation of Poverty in Uganda A Case Study of Central Broadcasting Services (CBS)

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Kampala International University, College of Humanities and Social Sciences
The Research having a case study of CBS Radio is an overview of the origin and Nature of Poverty in Uganda giving a Global perspective in Comparison to the Ugandan situation. It explains why Poverty is persistent despite state and International intervention; it equally explains what stakeholders especially the Media should do to Alleviate Poverty in the country. Chapter one basically deals with the Nature of Poverty in Uganda, looking at Background, Problem Statement and the objectives of the study among other issues. Chapter two deals with the Literature review Articles written about Poverty among other issues. Chapter three explores the Methods which the Researcher used to obtain information Chapter Four dealt with the findings and then closes with Chapter Five which gives the conclusion and Recommendations to the study.
A dissertation submitted in as a partial Fulfillment for the Award of a Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication of Kampala International University.
Role of Radio, Alleviation of Poverty, Uganda, Central Broadcasting Services