Structural and Social Factors Influencing Project Beneficiaries’ Satisfaction: Case of TASAF III in Morogoro DC.

Korebu, Eliud (2020) Structural and Social Factors Influencing Project Beneficiaries’ Satisfaction: Case of TASAF III in Morogoro DC. Masters thesis, The Open University of Tanzania.

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The study was conducted in Morogoro region using Morogoro District Council and Mikese Ward as the case to analyze the structural of payment delivery for cash and social factors on social services influencing project beneficiaries’ satisfactions by Tanzania Social Action Fund. The research methods used to obtain information from respondent were explanatory, descriptive and observation. A simple random drawing a sample of 90 representatives beneficiary households. More over interview, the study found positive perception to beneficiary households on social-economic contribution of program on payment delivery of cash and social factor on social services available. The researcher findings show that: The majority of households by 71% they agreed that health status have improved, 71% the grants on cash transfers had increased performance of students on due to the students attendance increased by 97%. The majority of respondents’ beneficiary households by 87% they have joined in Community health Fund, the overall 80% of beneficiaries have already started income generating activities and beneficiary households 65% had improve or build a house. It is therefore recommended that: TASAF should increase cash amount transfers regularly and link beneficiaries to other existing complimentary services in the district to achieve greater poverty reduction, TASAF should expand the program on remained Village, TASAF should continue with provision of grants which enhance socio-economic benefits. The government and other agencies should concentrate on improving social services through improving resources and community participation. Keywords: Project Beneficiaries, cash transfer program and Social Factors.

Item Type: Thesis (Masters)
Subjects: 300 Social Sciences > 330 Economics
Divisions: Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences > Department of Economics
Depositing User: Mr Mugisha Kafuma
Date Deposited: 16 Jul 2021 09:58
Last Modified: 16 Jul 2021 09:58

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