AN IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF POVERTY ALLEVIATION PROGRAMMES: A STUDY OF KANO WOMEN EMPOWERMENT PROGRAMME

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The reasons certain groups of people remain enriched by polio immunization services and why others reject them, have been a concern to researchers, some have attributed it to religious and traditional beliefs while others suggested that it is as a result in different attitude prediction and beliefs of people. The objective of the study is to examine the attitudes of people towards polio immunization in Argungu Local Government Kebbi State. The methodology employed was purely descriptive survey research. Quantitative research methods were adopted. The research covers Arugungu LGA. A total of 120 respondents were randomly sampled with the well structured questionnaires. Simple percentage was used to represent the data and cross tabulation with chi- square was used to test the hypothesis. The result showed that there Thus this research found out that poor quality services and lack of awareness are responsible for low level of polio immunization prevalence among rural dwellers and also that the lower the knowledge of polio immunization among people, the more likely they resist the polio vaccination. The research therefore recommended that the negative perception that the society has towards polio immunization has to change and one major tools for the change it proper orientation through the mass media and that the attitude of rural dwellers toward polio immunization has to be encouraged through their traditional leaders, the religious leaders, etc.

AN IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF POVERTY ALLEVIATION PROGRAMMES: A STUDY OF KANO WOMEN EMPOWERMENT PROGRAMME
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    Type Project
    Department Sociology
    Project ID SOC0570
    Fee ₦5,000 ($14)
    No of Pages 101 Pages
    Format Microsoft Word

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