THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF NON~GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS IN SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT. A CASE STUDY OF MOROTO DISTRICT, UGANDA

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ABSTRACT The study sought to examine the contributions of non~governmental organizations in Social Development: A case study ofMoroto District, Uganda. The study objectives were; the role played by Non-governmental organisations in social development in Moroto District, Uganda, Uganda, challenges faced by Non-governmental organisations in social development in Moroto District, Uganda, Uganda and relationship between ngos and social development in Moroto District, Uganda. The study applied a case study research design to reflect aspects of perception, feelings, experiences, facts and emotional feelings of the study respondents in examining the contributions of non govermnenta[ organisations towards social development in Moroto District, Uganda, Uganda. The study population involved 58 participants where 18 selected NGO officials staff in Moroto District, 1 Chairman LC Ill Moroto District and 39 other NGOs Beneficiaries in Moroto District. The researcher organized key informant interviews with the staff of selected NGOs in Wakiso District who enriched the study findings. Both open and close ended questionnaires were used in the collection of data and these were distributed to the selected NGOs Beneficiaries to provide answers. The study findings revealed that the sample constituted of SO respondents of which 66% were males and the 34% remaining were females. This implies that males are the majority. This implies that the most respondents were men due to the societal beliefs that the males are hardworking and hence capable of running NGOs more effectively than their female counterparts and hence contributing towards social development in the area. The study concludes that community-based organizations and cooperatives can acquire, subdivide and develop land, construct housing, provide infrastructure and operate and maintain infrastructure such as wells or public toilets and solid waste collection services. The study recommends that there is need to establish a policy framework that maximizes the incomes of the working rural dwellers through policies to promote rural self-employment and reliability. Furthermore, there should be effective human capital development in the form of skills development, provision of healthcare delivery, and other social and educational services

TABLE OF CONTENTS

DECLARATION jj

APPROVAL

DEDICATION iv

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT v

TABLE OF CONTENTS vi

LIST OF TABLES ix

ABSTRACT

CHAPTER ONE i

INTRODUCTION i

1.0 Introduction 1

1.1 Background of the study 1

1.2 Statement ofthe Problem 3

1.3 Research purpose 4

1.4 Research Objectives 4

1.5 Research Questions 4

1.6 Scope ofthe study 4

1.6.3 Time scope 5

1.7 Significance of the study 5

1.8 Conceptual framework 6

CHAPTER TWO 8

LITERATURE REVIEW 8

2.0 Introduction 8

2.1 Role played by Non-governmental organisations in social development 8

2,2 Challenges faced by Non-governmental organisations in social development 15

2.3 Relationship between ngos and social development 17

CHAPTER THREE 19

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 19

3.1. Introduction 19

3.2. Research Design 19

3.3 Study Population 19

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3.4 Sample Size 20

3.5 Sample Procedure 20

3.5.1 Purposive sampling 20

3.5.2 Random Sampling 20

3.6 Sources of Data 21

3~6.1 Primary Data 21

3.6.2 Secondary Data 21

3.7 Research Instruments 21

3.7.1 Interviews 21

3.7.2 Questionnaires 21

3.8 Data Processing 21

3.9 Data Analysis 22

3.10 Ethical Consideration 22

CHAPTER FOUR 23

PRESENTATIONS, INTEPRETATIONS AND ANALYSIS OF DATA 23

4.0 Introduction 23

4.1 Demographic characteristics of respondents 23

4.1.1 Gender of Respondents 23

4.1.2 Age of the respondents 24

4J.3 Marital Status ofthe Respondents 24

4.1.4 Education Levels of the Respondents 25

4.2 Findings on role played by Non-governmental organisations in social development 26

4.3 Findings on challenges faced by Non-governmental organisations in social development .., 32

4.4 Findings on relationship between ngos and social development in Moroto District, Uganda 39

CHAPTER FIVE 46

SUMMARY OF DISCUSSIONS 46

SM Introduction ~ 46

5,1 Summary oftlie~46

5.1.1 Demographic characteristics ofrespondents 46

5.1.2 Role played by Non-governmental organi~ations in social development 47

5.1.3 Challenges faced by Non-governmental organisations in social development 49 



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