CONTRIBUTION OF FUNCTIONAL ADULT LITERACY ON COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT IN MPUMUDDESUI3 COCNTY, LYATONDE DISTRICT, CENTRAL UGANDA

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

DECLARATION

APPROVAL n

DEDICATION ii

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT iv

LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS v

LIST OF TABLES

ABSTRACT

TABLE OF CONTENTS viii

CHAPTER ONE 1

THE PROBLEM AND ITS SCOPE 1

1.0 Introduction 1

1.2 Statement ofthe Problem 3

1.3 Purpose ofthe Study 3

1.4 Research Objectives 3

1.4. I General objectivr

I .4.2 Specific objectiver 3

1.6Scope 4

1.6.1 Geographical scope 4

1.6.2 Content scope 4

I.6.3TimeScope 4

1.7 Significance ofthe Study

1.8 Operational Definitions ofKey Terms 5

CH.A.P’1~ER F~~’O 6

REVIEW OP RELATED LITERATURE 6

2.0 Introduction 6

2.1 The different activities and programmes that PAL program has in the community 6

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2.2 Extent FAL has influenced community development in different sectors .7

2.3 The challenges faced by FAL program intommunity welfare 8

2.4 Relationship between FAL and community development 9

CHAPTER THREE 11

METHODOLOGY 11

3.1 Research Design 11

3.2 Research Population 11

3.2.1 Sample Size 11

3.2.2 Stratification ofthe sample size categories 11

3.3 Sampling Procedure 12

3.4 Research Instrument 12

3.4.1 Questionnairer 12

3.4.2 Individual structured interviewr 12

3.4.3 Key informant’s interviews~ 13

3.4.4 Document review 13

3.5 Data Gathering Procedures — 13

3.5.1 before data collectiow 13

3.5.2 during the administering ofquestionnairer 14

3.5.3 after data collectiow 14

3.6 Data Analysis 14

3.7 Ethical Considerations 14

3.8 Limitations ofthe Study 15

CHAPTER FOUR 16

DATA PRESENTATION, ANALYSIS AND DISCUSSION OF THE FINDINGS 16

4.0. Introduction 16

4.1. Composition of Respondents by Age, Sex, Literacy, Employment and Marital Status .116

4.2. Respondent’s experiences of FAL related program 17

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4.3. Rating on how FAL empowers communities .18

4.4 The Impact of FAL acdvities on community welfare 19

4.5: Rating of Intensity ofthe Increase in Participation of FAL Classes 20

4.ô. Power Invested in 1-orgEng Partnerships/Networks between I-AL and Other Stakeholders

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4.7. Specific Barriers and Constraints Impeding Access to FAL for Community Members .22

4.8. Strategies7or Enhancing Women’s Participation: Progress and Barriers to Success 23

4.9. The Emerging Concerns of Women Whom the Researcher Contacted: 25

CHAPTER FIVE 27

CONCLUSIONS, LESSONS LEARNT, RECOMMENDATIONS 27

AND FUTURE AREAS FOR RESEARCH 27

5.0 Introduction 27

5.1 Conclusion 27

5.2 Recommendation 27

5.4 Future Areas for Research 28

REFERENC& 29

Appendix I: Research Instrument 31

Appendix II: Transmittal Letter 33

Appendix IV- Proposed Budget Estimates 34

Appendix V -Time Frame 35

ABSTRACT - This research report presents a report on a study which sought to examine the e,ctent of the contribution of Functional Adult Literacy Programme on community development i.e. improvement in the socioeconomic lives ofthe beneficiaries ofthe programme. Data was collected from 50 beneficiaries ofthe functional literacy classes in the Lyatonde District central Uganda using an Interview Guide. questiom5aire. and focus jroup discussion on the contribution of Functional Adult Literacy Programme on B;neficiaries. The results of the study established a relationship between participation in the functional literacy classes and improvement in social and economic lives of beneficiaries ofthe programme. The results showed that beneficiaries of the functional literacy classes could read, write and do numerical calculations to some appreciable extent at the time of their completion of the course and this helps them in their trading activities. — Furthermore, it was found that beneficiaries of the literacy classes had become conscious of the need to improve upon their health status. The research report makes recommendations for improvement ofthe Functional Literacy Programme in Uganda.

CONTRIBUTION OF FUNCTIONAL ADULT LITERACY ON COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT IN MPUMUDDESUI3 COCNTY, LYATONDE DISTRICT, CENTRAL UGANDA
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