The Role Of Agricultural Co-Operative Societies In Food Production
Modern form of Co-operative leave their origin in the tension and opportunities created by industrialization and urbanization in the nineteenth Century in Europe.
Much of the early interested in co-operative structure seemed from deep regards to the social consequence of industrial capitalism, critics of the new order not simply a framework for business organisation but also as a vehicle for the reutilization of radical social and political goals.
However, much concepts of c-operative have been erased the claims of earlier social prophets, a residual belief remains that co-operators are motivated by group interest as well as self interest, and that non-economic as well as economic objectives may be pursued. Other of these propositions present difficulties through not inseparable oneâ€™s in terms of applying economic analysis to the study of applying economic analysis to the study of Co-operatives, it is pertinently imperative and a restrictive device of immense capacity that co-operative organisations have paid the way for the new economic and social order not only for those, â€˜depressedâ€™ in the economy who (mostly of less privileged) are at the receiving end, the logical and social justice, which they embody, but in our ability to translate them concretely and realistically from social theory into social fact and to make them effective in our daily live.
We must always remember that co-operative are organizations of by and for members therefore they are designed to respond to the needs of members.
Agricultural Co-operative has created for the economic charge, for increasing in food produce, for building a better or a more just and equitable society. They serve to give individuals through voluntary co-operation and mutual assistance, control or bit of their destiny to make people in some way asters of their own fate, subjects and not objects of their history. Co-operatives are of course pragmatic institution noted in reality of concerts goals.
List Of Registered Agricultural Co-Operation
- Chibuzor (Enugu) Woman Farmers and Multi Purpose Credit Society (FMCS) Limited.
- Ugbobeze Ogui-Nike (Enugu) women (FMCS) Limited.
- Unique (Enugu) (FMCS) Limited.
- Artizan Progressive (Enugu) (FMCS) Limited.
- Sanic (Enugu (FMCS) Limited.
- Chibueze Iva-valley (Enugu) Women (FMCS), Limited
- Agriculture Engineering Work Shop (Enugu) (FMCS), Limited.
- Secretariat Quarters (Enugu) Women (FMCS), Limited.
- IMT Practicing (FMCS) Limited
- Enugu progressive (FMCS) Limited
- Chinemere (Enugu) women (FMCS) Limited
- Nna anyi Orji (FMCS) Limited
- United Farmers Nwowo Limited
- Onyedioramma Hill Top (Enugu) Women (FMCS)
- Artisan progressive (Enugu Farmers Multi-purpose
- Nde (Enugu) Staff Multi-purpose Co-operative society Limited.
- Obidimma (Enugu Farmers Multi-purpose Co-operative.
- Joni Stock Growers (Enugu) Farmers Multi-purpose
- Chiamaka (Enugu) Women Farmers Multi-purpose Co-operative.
- Peace Broilers, Eggs and Hatchery (Enugu) Farmers Multi-purpose Co-operative.
- Enugu Cocoa Growers Farmers Multi-purpose Co-operative.
- St. Micheal Area Market (Enugu) Farmers Multi-purpose Co-operative
- Silver (Enugu) FMCS.
- Bright Future (Enugu) FMCS
- United Sister Ogui-Nike FMCS
- Ogadima New (Enugu) FMCS, Limited.
- Ezeayiamaka (Enugu) FMCS, Limited.
- Nnabuife (Enugu) FMCS.
- United women (Enugu) Developments FMCS, Limited.
Table Of Contents
- Title page
- Approval page
- List of registered agricultural co-operation
- Table of contents
- 1.0 Introduction
- 1.1 Background of the Study
- 1.2 Statement of the problems
- 1.3 Objectives of the Study
- 1.4 Research questions
- 1.5 significance of the Study
- 1.6 Scope of Study/Limitation
- 1.7 Definition of Terms
- 2.0 Brief History of Peace Broiler/Hatchery and Agricultural Engineers (Enugu) FMCS
- 2.1 The role of Agricultural Co-operative Organisation
- 2.2 Farming Systems/Agricultural System
- 2.3 The Importance of Agricultural Co-operative
- 2.4 Problems of Agricultural Co-operative
- 2.5 Market of Produce
- 2.6 Co-operative Education
- 3.0 Research Design and Methodology
- 3.1 Area of Study
- 3.2 Population and Sample
- 3.3 Source of Data
- 3.4 Instrument for Data Collection
- 3.5 Data Collection Procedure
- 3.6 Method of Data Analysis
- 4.0 presentation of Data
- 4.1 analysis and Interpretation of Data
- 5.0 summary of Findings
- 5.1 Recommendations
- 5.2 Conclusion
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