Establishment of Beekeeping Project for Income Generation.

Sabuhoro, Stella (2021) Establishment of Beekeeping Project for Income Generation. Masters thesis, The Open University of Tanzania.

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A dissertation on establishment of beekeeping project for income generation to Nguvukazi group members, was a result of community need assessment conducted in Kitunduweta village to determine potential concerns that community are face. The CNA revealed that inadequate knowledge and skills to utilize potential resources found within the village and lack of income are the core problem of majority household. Establishment of beekeeping project was prioritized towards overcoming the challenges of low income within the Nguvukazi group members in Kitunduweta village. This represents that, majority of villagers are poor and calls for the need for income generation projects to up lift their standard of living. The target group was 40 Nguvukazi members of Kitunduweta village, Muhenda ward, and Kilosa district in Morogoro region. The overall project objective being to reduce income poverty among Nguvukazi group in that way to improve living standard. In achieving this objective, the project was designed in collaboration with Nguvukazi group and MCED student aiming at building capacity of group members in terms of advocacy meeting to CBO leaders on beekeeping management, training manual preparation, 5 stakeholders identification for networking, beehives hanging site and market place, purchase and collection of training materials, selection and training of market and sales committee, business advertisement strategies, monitoring and evaluation procedures. With the use of a logical frame work, project objectives, activities and indicators were developed. In order to elaborate roles and responsibilities of different stakeholders a project implementation plan was prepared too. Training sessions conducted using participatory approach which enhanced the ownership as well as the project sustainability.

Item Type: Thesis (Masters)
Subjects: 300 Social Sciences > 330 Economics
Divisions: Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences > Centre for Economics and Community Economic Development
Depositing User: Khadija Katele
Date Deposited: 17 Jan 2023 08:28
Last Modified: 25 Jan 2023 06:58

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