The Role Of Contributions Of Cooperative Towards Rural Development (A Case Study Of Some Selected Cooperative Societies In Ikeduru Local Government Area, Imo State)
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This work is wholly dedicated to Almighty God for his infinite mercies, guidance and protection, and above all for the impeccable love extended to me. Also to my sweet parents Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Onyeaka and to my lovely friends and brothers.
My most profound goes to the almighty God who made it possible for me to be what I am today. His divine grace has provided all my needs especially in time of distress and pain.
I am immensely grateful to my able and hardworking supervisor Mrs. Obi Okagbuo who with his guidance have been able to come out with this work, you are really mother away from mother. I see my mother in you whenever I look at you, may God richly bless you in Jesus name Amen.
To my head of department (HOD) MR. Dickson I. O Ozuitem and also my lecturers in the department of Cooperative Economics and Management.
My special thanks goes to my parents who in their own spiritual and financial back up has made this dream come true. Also to my younger Onyemauche, and Chimezie, and friends Chinonso, Abigail and Chibuzor who gave sacrificed everything to spur me up towards a life of purpose and meaning.
The study evaluated the contribution of cooperative towards rural structural development under a case study of some selected cooperative organization in Ikeduru L.G.A Imo state. The project is attributed into five chapters.
Chapter one deals with the introduction, objectives of the study, research questions and definition of terms.
Chapter two deals with the review of related literature.
Chapter three deals with the research methodology and chapter four deals with presentation of collected data.
And finally chapter five draws the conclusion of the work by giving a conclusion, summary and recommendation.
Table Of Contents
- Title page i
- Approval page ii
- Dedication iii
- Acknowledgement iv
- Abstract v
- Table of contents vi
- 1.0 Introduction
- 1.1 General overview of the study
- 1.2 Statement of the problems
- 1.3 Objectives of the study
- 1.4 Scope of study
- 1.4 Research questions
- 1.5 Limitation of the study
- 1.8 Definition of terms
- 2.0 Literature review
- 2.1 Brief historical development of rural structural development
- 2.2 Meaning of cooperative societies
- 2.3 Reason for rural structural development
- 2.4 Contribution of cooperative societies towards rural structural development
- 2.5 Advantages of rural structural development
- 2.6 Problems associated with rural structural development
- 3.0 Research methodology
- 3.1 Introduction
- 3.3 Method of data collection
- 3.4 Sampling design
- 3.5 Procedure for progressing data use % method
- 4.0 Presentation and analysis of data
- 4.1 Presentation of data
- 4.2 Analysis of data
- 4.3 Interpretation
- 5.0 summary, conclusion and recommendation
- 5.1 Summary
- 5.2 Conclusion
- 5.3 Recommendation
This chapter serves a fundamental plan specifying the general overview of the study, statement of the problem, objectives of the study, specific objectives, research question, significance of study, the scope of the study and finally the definitions of terms under the topic “the contribution of cooperative towards rural structural development.
1.1 General Overview Of The Study
Cooperative association development as a vehicle for promoting the association and the interest of those who want to enhance their own individual welfare started with the adventure of the Rochalde pioneers in 1844.
Cooperative associations have entered successfully into the contribution of its personal interest towards rural structural development.
In the contribution, the problem facing the rural populace should be solved or at least minimized. This need the adoption of certain policies, strategies and educational programmes.
Contribution itself can be defined as the act of giving out willing to somebody or a society.
Westlon and Brigham (2004) Hamption (1996) describe Rural structural development as an increment on the income standard of the people as a result of improvement in their production aspect which leads to creation of new building and re-structural of old ones into modern types.
Rural structural development is terms as the physical types of development because it identifies itself in creation of new technology new building, roads, schools and the restructural of the old ones into modern types in order to increase the well being and the standard of living of the people.
Ojoko A.A. (2002) The contribution of rural structural development by the cooperative aims at the improvement by the standard of living of the people.
A particular important aspect of rural structural development is that to permits a greater stability or policies and new method of technical know-how.
Rural structural development also help in the supply of agricultural products in large quantities and also of economic resources in the ultimate aim of achieving utilization of available technical and human resources resulting in greater self sustaining, employment opportunities, higher outputs and income for better standard of living.
Rural structural development also involves improving the life of race level of the people as a result of technology which eliminated traditional way of doing things and nation at large and thus allowing the people to anticipate more fully and affecting in the development process and body policies of the nation and ensuring greater economic resources for the rural people.
Philippators (2003) Rural structural development begins with a step which is improvement in the educational standard, once the education standard of the people is improved to a good standard, there is an introduction of new technologies and technical know-how which result in the creation of new styles of buildings and re-structuring of the old ones in to new methods.
Through rural structural development there is increase profit, turn around situation in government and management talents as a result of new creation of systems and re-creation of the old ones which physical identities, its self in terms of new roads, school’s educational standard etc.
We therefore need programmer and institution which will ensure total mobilization of all available facilities, human resources and material of social concern which is the mobilization of financial resources in the rural populace.
1.2 Statement Of The Problems
The condition of farming and rural dwellers in Ikeduru L.G.A Imo state today is so much unsatisfactory and unacceptable that those people were once like heaven on earth poverties, hungry, disease disunity illiteracy, low mentality and discorgniaziton (SAP).
Assault and ingredients of armed robbery and murder have become the order of the day. Litigation is resorted to over trifles and this creates persistent mutual emmity. The day and glooming faces of the realities advertise their low state of health and standard of living.
This health and standard of living. This problem can be group as follows.
- Economic problems
- Agricultural problems
- Social problems
1.3 Objectives Of The Study
The main objective of this research work is to to basically take critical look on how the introduction of rural structural development is contributed by cooperative association or the contribution of cooperative toward rural structural development in ikeduru LGA Imo state.
- The concept rural structural development
- Stages of rural structural development
- Reason for rural structural development
- Problems associated with rural structural development
- Advantage of rural structural development
- The positive contribution of cooperative toward rural structural development.
1.4 Scope Of Study
This study is delimited to the contribution of cooperative toward rural structural development in ikeduru LGA Imo state.
This study will consider relevant material from research and academic libraries on the contribution of cooperative in Ikeduru LGA Imo state.
This study will be conducted on some selected cooperative organization in Ikeduru LGA Imo state of which the data from the selected case study will be used for data analysis and the generalization of the conclusion drain from this research work.
1.5 Research Questions
- What are the motives behind rural structural development?
- How does cooperative contribution towards rural structural development.
- What are the advantages of rural structural development in Ikeduru LGA Imo state.
- What are the major problems associated with the contribution of cooperative towards rural structural development in Ikeduru LGA Imo state
- What are the measures to adopt in order to minimize the problems associated with the contribution of cooperative towards rural structural development?
1.6 Limitation Of The Study
The limitation inherent in the research study are as follows:
- TIME:The time allowed for the completion of this research study is very short, since the time period will be used to read for the examination coming up in school.
- FINANCE:The finance at the researcher disposal to include several cooperative societies in Nigeria in the research study has been another outstanding limitation.
- The reluctance on the part of the members of the organization to release information and data was another limitation.
- Also the study is limited by the number of respondents used as the researchers could not cover all the staff members of the three selected cooperative societies in Ikeduru LGA Imo state.
1.7 Definition Of Terms
Cooperative societies is an association of people who have voluntarily joined together to achieve a common goal and objective through the formation of a democratically controlled business to the capital required and accepting a fair share of the risk and benefits of the undertaking in which the members actively participate.
It can also be viewed as a business organization that operates in the mutual benefits of its members.
Rural Structural Development:
This is a creation of building with modern styles and also re-creation of the old ones into new styles as a result of increment in the income of an individual or a society (rural areas).
Management:Management is the process of combining and utilizing or of allocation organization inputs (men, materials and money) by planning, organizing, directing outputs such as goods and services.
Organization:Organization is the process of identifying and grouping the work to be performed defining and delegating responsibility and authority and establishing relationship for the purpose of enabling people to work most effectively together in accomplishing objectives.
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