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EVALUATION OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF IDHEZE COMMUNITY IN ISOKO-SOUTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA -DELTA STATE)

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ABSTRACT

Generally, development has always being to the favour of the urban Areas, thus creating disparities between the Urban and Rural Area, which is consequentially affected in all Ramifications. The resultant effect of the gap between the development in urban areas and rural areas is shown in the low standard of living, poverty, low self-esteem and community crisis which have beleaguered our Rural Areas. The research on the Evaluation Rural Development Strategies in Nigeria, using Idheze community in Isoko-south L.G.A, Delta State as a case study, was carried out because of the eminence of these problems in our Rural Areas. The data for this study were derived using the empirical survey, a population sample of 396, out of which 290 were valid for the analysis. The present status of rural Development strategies, level of Development and emotional perception of the inhabitant were analysed from where different revelations were manifested. Chi-square statistical test method was used to test the hypothesis, after which Recommendation and Model of proposed rural development were given. Emphasis were made on the CDDS-community-driven development strategy, which gives room for Adequate participation of the community in the processes of rural development as well as partnership with Government and NGOs to foster the growth of Rural development.

TABLE OF CONTENT               
Title Page
Certification -
Dedication
Acknowledgement
Table of contents
List of Tables
List of Plates
List of Figures
Abbreviations
Abstract


CHAPTER ONE:
INTRODUCTION                   
1.1    Background to the study   
1.2     statement of problem
1.3    Aim and Objectives   
1.4    Research Question   
1.5    Hypothesis formulation   
1.6    Scope of the study   
1.7    Significance of the study   
1.8     case study Area/Location   
1.8.1   Geology and Soil   
1.8.2   Location   
1.8.3   Climate
1.8.4   Rainfall   
1.8.5   Temperature
1.9    Limitation of study

CHAPTER TWO:
REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE
2.1    Introduction   
2.2    Conceptual/ Theoretical Framework   
2.2.1   what is a Rural area
2.2.2   What is Development   
2.2.3   What is Strategy   
2.2.4   Concept of Rural Development   
2.2.5   Scope Of Rural Development   
2.2.6   Classification of Rural Development Programmes   
2.2.7   Various Rural Development Approaches   
2.3    Historical Survey   
2.3.1   Pre-Independence Experience   
2.3.2   Post independence Experience   
2.3.3   Rural Development Programmes and Schemes
2.3.4   Rural Development Programmes and Schemes In Delta State and Idheze Community   
2.3.5   Rural Development in Idheze Community   
2.4    Empirical Survey   

CHAPTER THREE:
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY       
3.1    Introduction   
3.2    Research Design   
3.3    Target population of the Study   
3.3.1   Population Projection   
3.3.2   Sample Population
3.4    Sample and Sampling Techniques       
3.5    Data Collection Instrument   
3.5.1   Personal Observation   
3.5.2   Questionnaires   
3.5.3   Interviews  
3.6    Data Collection Procedures   
3.7    Data Analysis Techniques

CHAPTER FOUR:
DATA PRESENTATION AND ANALYSIS OF FINDINGS
4.1    Analysis of Questionnaires Distribution   
4.2    Data Presentation   
4.3    Socio-Economic Data Of Respondent   
4.4    Occupational Status Of Respondent   
4.5    Assessment Perception   
4.6    Hypothesis Testing   

CHAPTER FIVE:
CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION   
5.1    Discussion of Findings   
5.1.1   Educational Background   
5.1.2   Occupational Trend
5.1.3   Rural Development Strategies In the Study Area   
5.1.4   Level Of Development In the study Area   
5.1.5   Evaluation of Rural Development    Strategies In the Study Area
5.1.6   Limitation Or Obstacles to Rural Development   
5.1.7   Availability of Infrastructures   
5.1.8   Maintenance of Existing Infrastructures   
5.1.9   Mode of Transportation   
5.1.10  Availability of Petrol Filling Station 
5.1.11  Government’s Effort in Rural Development
5.2    Summary of Findings   
5.3     Recommendations   
5.3.1   Community-Driven Development Strategy (CDDS)
5.3.2   Agrarian Transformation   
5.3.3   Rural Development
5.3.4   Educational Transformation   
5.3.5   Rural Development management System   
5.4    Conclusion   
        References 


LIST OF TABLES
Table 1    DFRRI’s Completed project on Economic and social infrastructure
Table 2       DFRRI’s Supply of Agricultural Inputs
Table 3    Anti-poverty Programmes by the government of Nigeria
Table 4.1  Analysis of Questionnaire Distribution Table 4.2 Ages and Sex of Respondent
Table 4.3  Educational Background
Table 4.4  Occupational status of Respondent Table 4.5 Assessment Perception
Table 4.6  Agencies Responsible For Development Provision in Idheze
Table 4.7  Level of maintenance of Existing Infrastructures
Table 4.8  Response on Availability of Industry In Nigeria Table
Table 4.9  Response on the Availability of Motor Park in Idheze
Table 4.10 Response on the Availability of Petrol Filling Station In Idheze
Table 4.11 Response on Supply of Electricity Table 4.12 Rating of Development in Idheze
Table4.13  Response of Difficulty of Getting Means of Transportation When Going Outside the Community
Table 4.14 Mode of Transportation in the Community
Table 4.15 Access to Portable Water
Table 4.16 Response on whether the Provided Infrastructure meets the Needs of the Community
Table 4.17 Adequacy of Rural Development in Idheze
Table 4.18 Responses on the Effort of Government on Rural Development
Table 4.19 Responses on Problem of Rural Development
Table 4.20 Observed Frequency
Table 4.21 Expected Frequency


LIST OF FIGURES

Figure 4.1 Agencies Responsible for Development in Idheze
Figure 4.2 Supply of Electricity in Idheze.
Figure 4.3 Rating of Development in Idheze
Figure 4.4 Mode of Transportation in the community
Figure 4.5 Responses on Effort of Government on Rural Development
Figure 4.6 Responses on the Problem of Rural Development
Figure 5.1 proposed major Area of Rural development in Idheze
Figure 5.2 Model For Agrarian Transformation
Figure 5.3 Model For Rural Development
Figure 5.4 Model for Educational Transformation
Figure 5.5 Rural Development Management System
EVALUATION OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF IDHEZE COMMUNITY IN ISOKO-SOUTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA -DELTA STATE)

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    No of Pages 125 Pages
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