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Assessment of the Impact of Women Development Programmes of the Technology Transfer and Extension Adminstration of Khartoum State: Case Study of Eldrushab Center

Assessment of the Impact of Women Development Programmes of the Technology Transfer and Extension Adminstration of Khartoum State: Case Study of Eldrushab Center

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Title: Assessment of the Impact of Women Development Programmes of the Technology Transfer and Extension Adminstration of Khartoum State: Case Study of Eldrushab Center
Author: Babiker, Iman Haddad Omer
Abstract: This study is designed to assess the impact of the women development programmes operated by the Technology Transfer and Extension Administration of Khartoum State. Eldrushab center for women development programmes was selected as a case study. The specific objectives of this study are to assess the impact of women development programmes on awareness of trained women. Also to know to what extent women have benefited from training programmes, and the effects of training on their lives, and to study the financing problems and other constrains that were faced by trained women. The study used primary data collected through questionnaires and direct observations plus secondary data from references, researches, reports, websites and records of the Ministry of Agriculture. The survey was conducted during the period June-July, 2005. Frequency distribution, percentages and correlation analysis were used to test the hypothesis of the study. The study concluded that women had benefited from the training courses and gained new skills in income generating activities. After training courses, most of women established small projects and there were positive changes in the educational level, nutritional level and standard of living in their families. Also women had benefited from the symposium and visits during the training courses period. The awareness and knowledge of women increased through lectures, visits, symposiums and other activities. Trained women facing many problems, those problems are lack of training materials and access to finance. The study recommends that the number of female extension officers should be increased in the different centers, and that small markets for women should be established in the different localities to ease the marketing of their products. Recommended also by the study is adequate provision of the materials needed for the different training courses. Also the coordination with banks and organizations to finance small projects of trained women is strongly recommended.
Description: March 2006106 Pages
URI: http://khartoumspace.uofk.edu/handle/123456789/11078
Date: 2015-05-19


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