Improved Income for PamojaKimanga Women Community Through Cabbage Production in Ilala City Council.

Njovu, Vivier Betram (2022) Improved Income for PamojaKimanga Women Community Through Cabbage Production in Ilala City Council. Masters thesis, The Open University of Tanzania.

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This study is the product of CED student which aimed to increase households’ income of Pamoja Kimanga women group in Tabata Kimanga found in Ilala City Council. The researcher conducted this study through Pamoja Kimanga women group in Ilala Ilala City which is asocio-economic financial group Pamoja Kimanga women group is the group of women which was formed aimed to unite their efforts of marginalized women group to improve their households’ income in the area. The study carried participatory community needs Assessment. The assessment was done through identification of community needs in participative manner. The study involved collection of data through questionnaires and through informant group in the community. It was therefore through pair wise ranking that poultry project was identified. The study revealed that cabbage production project was economically viable and implementable in Pamoja Kimanga women group. The goals which were implemented included, determine the economic activities that is undertaken by Pamoja Kimanga women group members, examine the possibility of establishing the income generating project in the Pamoja Kimanga women group and access and build capacity of Pamoja Kimanga women group in management and sustainability of cabbage production project by 2019. The expected result increased productivity of cabbage, resulted to functioning and efficient cabbage production through Pamoja Kimanga Women Group. More women are now attracted to the project very eager to establish new cabbage production in Tabata and Ilala city other areas. The three objectives were met with exception of selling project product which will be achieved by December 2019.

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: Mr Habibu Kazimzuri
Date Deposited: 18 May 2023 07:31
Last Modified: 18 May 2023 07:31

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