THE IMPACT OF COMMUNITY DRIVEN DEVELOPMENT FUNDS ON LIVELIHOODS OF PEOPLE IN KAWEMPE DIVISION, KAMPALA DISTRICT

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

DECLARATION .i

APPROVAL ii

DEDICATION iii

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT iv

LIST OF ABRIVIATIONS/ ACRONYMS v

TABLE OF CONTENTS vi

OPERATIONAL DEFINITIONS x

ABSTRACT xi

CHARTER ONE 1

INTRODUCTION 1

1.0 Introduction 1

1.1 Background 1

1.2 Vision 2

1.3 Mission 2

1.4 Overall goal 3

1.5 Problem Statement 3

1.6 Objectives of the study 3

1.6.1 General objectives 3

1.6.2 Specific objectives 4

1.7 Research Questions 4

1.8Scope of the study 4

1.8.1 Geographical scope 4

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1.8.2TimeScope .4

1.8.3 Content Scope 5

1.9 Significance ofthe Study 5

1.10 Justification ofthe Study 5

1.11 Conceptual frame work 6

CHAPTER TWO 7

LITERATURE REVIEW 7

2.0 Introduction 7

2.1 Context of the community driven development funds programme 7

2.1.1 Overview (global context) 7

2.1.2 Community driven development funds programme in United States of America 7

2.1.3 Community driven development funds in Amongolia 7

2.1.4 Community driven development funds program in uganda 8

2.2Roles played by CDD in eradicating poverty 9

2.2.1 Activities / services the CDD Program offers to the community people 10

2.3 Challenges faced by CDD in accessing and utilizing CDD funds program 11

2.4Achievements which have been made so far by CDD funds in kawempe division 12

CHAPTER THREE 13

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 13

3.0 Introduction 13

3.1 Research design 13

3.2 Areas of the study 13

3.3 Study Population 13

3.4 Sample size 14

VII

3.5 sampling techniques .21

3.6 Instruments 21

3.6.1 Questionnaires 21

3.6.2 Interview guide 21

3.7 data quality control 21

3.7.1 Validity 22

3.7.2 Reliability of instruments 22

3.8 Researcher procedure 22

3.9 Data analysis techniques 22

3.9.1 Ethical Consideration 23

3.10 Limitations and delirnitations of the study 23

3.llConclusion 23

CHAPTER FOUR 25

DATA PRESENTATION AND DISCUSSION 25

4.0 Introduction 25

4.1 Social demographic characteristics of the study population 25

4.2 The community level of knowledge about community driven development funds in

Kawempe division 26

4.3 The level of uptake of CDD funding by the community groups in kawempe division 28

4.4 The challenges faced by the communityin accessing and utilizing the CDD funds 29

4.4.1 Challenges in the groups that were deferred 32

4.4.2 Suggested solutions to the challenges facing the community groups in accessing and

utilizing the CDD funds in Kawempe Division 33

VIII

CHAPTER FIVE .35

SUMMARY, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS 35

5.0 Introduction 35

5.1 Recommendations 36

5.1.1 Recommendations to the government 36

5.1.2 Recommendations to the CDD beneficiaries (groups) 36

5.2 Conclusion 36

REFERENCES 37

APPENDICIES 38

APPENDIX ONE: QUESTIONNAIRE FOR OPERATION WEALTH CREATION

WORKERS 38

APPENDIX TWO: INTERVIEW GUIDE FOR HOUSEHOLD HEADS 42

APPENDIX THREE: AN INTERVIEW GUIDE FOR THE COMMUNITY DRIVEN

DEVELOPMENT BENEFICIARY GROUPS 43

APPENDIX FOUR: THE SKETCH MAP OF UGANDA SHOWING DISTRICTS 45

APPENDIX FIVE: THE SKETCH MAP OF KAMPALA DISTRICT 46

ABSTRACT

Introduction: Community Driven Development Funds(CDDF) are resources given to local governments by central government and other development partners to support community based groups to implement livelihood projects to improve household incomes and economic welfare of families. The community based groups are formed by women, youth and any other persons, registered and trained by local governments’ community development experts to build their capacity to implement and manage CDDF supported projects to eliminate poverty in their homes and communities. The Local governments and development partners’ community development experts and other leaders play a monitoring and supervisory role to oversee the implementation of CDDF supported projects in communities to achieve improved livelihoods and economic outcomes in families. Methodology: A cross sectional study design was used among CDDF supported groups of women and youth in Kawempe Division, Kampala District employing both quantitative and qualitative methods of data collection. 99 respondents from 21 youth and women groups were interviewed, simple random sampling was the method used, semi structured interviewer administered questionnaire were used for data collection. Results: Majority of the respondents 80 %( 79/99) were females and 68 %( 67/99) respondents were youth respectively. Majority of respondents had attained primary level of education at 42.4 %. Also (100 %( 99/99) were knowledgeable about CDD Funds accessibility requirements, however 80 %( 79/99) of the responds faced challenges to fulfill requirements for getting CDD funding. Majority 39.4% (39/99) respondents had attained primary level of education and lowest number had attained vocational skills at 3 %( 3/99) and university level at 2 %( 2/99) respectively among CDD funds beneficiary groups in Kawempe Division. Conclusion: Knowledge about requirements for accessing CDD funds was very high among respondents at 100 %( 99/99). However 80 % of the respondents faced challenges to meet requirements to receive adequate funding for their planned projects. Vocational and university levels of education were very low among respondents at 3% and 2% respectively. Recommendations: Kawempe Division Management should prioritize capacity building of CDD fund beneficiary groups to empower them in Functional Adult Literacy training and project focused trainings to improve on projects management and successful implementation to realize intended livelihood and household economic out comes sustainably among community groups. Researchers should do more research in barriers and enhancers of CDD funded projects success in urban areas.

THE IMPACT OF COMMUNITY DRIVEN DEVELOPMENT FUNDS ON LIVELIHOODS OF PEOPLE IN KAWEMPE DIVISION, KAMPALA DISTRICT
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