PRIMARY COOPERATIVE AND MEMBERS SOCIO ECONOMIC WELL BEING

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INTRODUCTION
In order to get a clear picture of the subject matter it is imperative to defined cooperative. ICA Statement on the cooperative defines cooperative as an autonomous association of persons economic, social and cultural needs and aspirations through a jointly-owned and democratically-controlled enterprise.

However, primary cooperative which is the subject matter is defined as a society which has as its object the promotion of the socio-economic interest of its members through a common enterprise managed in accordance with cooperative principles. A primary cooperative society must have at least ten individuals if it is an auxiliary cooperative and six persons if it is a productive or industrial cooperative. Each of these must have qualified for membership (NCSA, 1993).

Primary cooperatives are basically established to meet member’s social-economic need. The operations of primary societies permits the people who live in the same locality with the same goals and aspiration to go into synergy in order to actualize such goals collectively (Ijere, 1998).

CHAPTER ONE 
INTRODUTION 
1.1Background of the Study
1.2Statement of the problem
1.3Objective of the study 
1.4Research Questions
1.5Significance of the study 
1.6Scope of the study 

CHAPTER TWO 
LITERATURE REVIEW 
2.1Introduction
2.2The Definition of Primary Cooperative
2.3The Prospect of Primary Cooperative in promoting members economic welfare.
2.4The Function of primary Cooperative
2.5The problems of Primary Cooperatives 
2.6Summary of the literature 

CHAPTER THREE
METHODOLOGY 
3.1Introduction 
3.2Research Design 
3.3Population of the study 
3.4Sample and Sampling Procedure 
3.5Research Instrument 
3.5.1Validity 
3.5.2Reliability 
3.6Procedure for the administration of the instrument 
3.7Method of Data presentation and Statiscal Analysis 
3.8Limitation of the study 

CHAPTER FOUR  
DATA PRESENTATION AND STATISTICAL ANALYSIS 
4.1Introduction
4.2Respondents Characteristics
4.3Data Analysis
4.4Summary of Findings 

CHAPTER FIVE 
SUMMARY, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION 
5.1Summary 
5.2Conclusion 
5.3Recommendations
QUESTIONNAIRE 
PRIMARY COOPERATIVE AND MEMBERS SOCIO ECONOMIC WELL BEING
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    Type Project
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    Project ID CEM0293
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