4 edition of Review of the community impact of the Oosikola and Tulipamwe projects found in the catalog.
Review of the community impact of the Oosikola and Tulipamwe projects
1997 by Social Sciences Division, Multi-Disciplinary Research Centre, University of Namibia in Windhoek .
Written in English
|Statement||prepared by Akiser Pomuti & Ben Fuller A.|
|Series||SSD Research Report, no. 31|
|Contributions||Fuller, Ben., IBIS (Organization), Africa Group of Sweden.|
|LC Classifications||LB3219.N3 P64 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 24 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||24|
|LC Control Number||99893981|
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is a platform for academics to share research papers. 2 STUDENT NUMBER: I declare that AN EVALUATION OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS IMPLEMENTED BY THE CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE IN ORLANDO EAST is my own work and that all the sources that I have used or quoted were indicated and.
The study concluded that community participation in community based projects has a significant influence on sustainability of the projects; sustainability is negatively influenced when community participation is zero and improves with greater community participation.
CHAPTER TWO: LITERATURE REVIEW 15 Introduction 15 Factors that affect sustainability of community managed projects 15 Factors affecting ownership of community managed projects 18 Factors influencing accountability in community managed projects 22 Conceptual framework projects at local level and the study was guided by four specific objectives which were to examine the roles of local community participation in development projects at local level, to find out the level to which citizens are involved in decision making process concerning development projects, to identify benefits of community participation in.
the notion of community participation in community tourism development. Keywords: Community involvement, tourism development, challenges, South Africa Introduction The purpose of this research paper is to investigate the challenges that hinder involvement of local community members in tourism development at Didima Resort.
What is the impact of municipal LED initiatives towards Improving the quality of lives of the local citizenry. 69 Interpretation of findings 80 Household dependants benefiting from the projects 81 Products and services rendered by the projects 81 Project management 82 The short-term adverse impact of conflicts can range from a temporary reduction in the efficiency of resource management regimes, to the complete collapse of initiatives or abandonment of government, NGOs or donor-sponsored projects.
In extreme cases conflicts over NRM can. Keywords: Sustainability, Community-based Projects, Kenya Vol-2, Issue-4 PP. ISSN: | P a g e 3 0 A p r i l 2 0 1 5 w w w.
g j a r. o r g. The study found that community development in Ashaiman slums faced challenges such as lack of funds, ethnic and tribal differences, negative attitude of the inhabitants towards projects, lack of. ETHELBERT NWOKORIE Challenges to eﬀective management of public sector organizations in an institutionally corrupt society A study of Nigeria ACTA WASAENSIA the continuity of community development projects to ensure that the projects attain their stated objectives in meeting the needs of the people.
In the views of Mulwa (), the concern of project sustainability is focused on continuity of a project until it attains its identified objectives.
community capacity building. Success depends on community level capacity for innovation and leadership which are important variables for the creation and implementation of new Review of the community impact of the Oosikola and Tulipamwe projects book as part of the sustainable development process (Kim, ).
Community participation in tourism development. This study sought to review the factors that affect strategy implementation in the Water Sector in Kenya. The study adopted a desk study where secondary data was analyzed to explore the factors that affect the strategy implementation.
After reviewing the literature and experts opinion, the studied identified various. community for example, the Nguluku people were first relocated to Bwiti without being involved in the process. In this regard, the study found the grounds to investigate the influence of multinational projects on the welfare of the people while focusing on Base Titanium operating in Kwale County.
THE IMPACT OF TOURISM ON THE HOUSEHOLD, PRIVATE BUSINESSES AND COMMUNITY BASED TOURISM PROJECTS IN THE COMMUNITIES AROUND THE PILANESBERG ANATIONAL PARK Improved quality of service in shops, restaurants and hotels The National Park ˇs contribution in the increasing of cost of living of goods and services, employment, entrepreneurial training, income-generating projects, household incomes and general quality of life though the extent of contribution vary from one aspect to another.
agriculture, spiritual nurture, community capacity building as well as micro-enterprise development” (National Profile, ; 2). The approach of community projects began to be phased-out to the Area Development Programmes with an effort to make greater impact and the geographical distant between these projects.
controlling of project is the primary field of project management. For major projects it is necessary sometimes to set up a special temporary organization, consisting of a project team and one or more work teams (Flaman and Gallagher, ).
Major projects can be divided into sub-projects, and program denotes collection of related projects. community and water strategy show that community involvement and initiative was pivotal to the developmental process.
The government’s upfront engagement with civil society brought to attention the needs of the community, which were effectively relayed (through constructive engagement) to the Ghanaian government.
The local community is a community of people living in a particular area within a country. Every society which consists of developed local communities, which are also viable and can quickly and significantly prosper in the long run.
Sustainable community development as an integral concept of development is closely linked to the quality of life. Over the decades, community organizing has increased its sophistication and networking for greater impact and wider results.
Today community organizing fields encompasses varied philosophies, approaches, organizational arrangements, actors, priorities issues and constituencies. Community organizing has taken root in both urban and rural settings. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.
By the combination of a questionnaire and an oral interview schedule, the impact of grassroot information dissemination on community development programmes in Imo State was established.
A total of respondents were chosen from 63 autonomous communities drawn randomly from the 27 local government areas of the state. Consequently, local community seems reticent and discontent with the tourism development projects (Mason & Cheyne, ).
Thus, local communitiesâ€™ involvement and relationship quality is crucial if rural tourism is to be sustainable. 63 Fong Sook Fun et al. / Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences () 60 â€“ 65 Green IS, by highlighting the role of sustainability in the projects developing or implementing IS.
The paper therefore explores the impact of the concepts of sustainability on IS projects. Based on a literature review of the concepts of sustainability, and the relationship between sustainability.
However, what is critically missing is a comprehensive case study book where it meets diverse needs of the readers at large. To be more specific, there is no book that has project management cases arranged in an orderly fashion that comprehensively addresses various knowledge areas, different process groups, and the global best practice standards.
maintenance could negatively impact the sustainability of water supply projects. Technology that fits for purpose of the project and chosen by users needs to be in place . Methodology. The Study Area. Define Adama district is located in Central Ethiopia, in Oromia Region state (see. Leadership Development in Oromia Region Addis Ababa University 2 ADDIS ABABA UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES This is to certify that the thesis prepared by Behailu Mengistu, entitled: An investigation of.
i CERTIFICATION To School Board We, the undersigned, certify that we have read and hereby recommend for acceptance by the Mzumbe University a dissertation entitled “Community Participation and Sustainability of National Water Projects: The Case Study of Chalinze Water Supply.
The Doing and Un-Doing of Public Participation During Environmental Impact Assessment in Kenya. Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal 27 (3), Paul, S.
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6, Zanetell, B., & Knuth, B. In the fourth week of our e-course on community engagement in collective impact, we look at opportunities for collective impact initiatives to apply business concepts to community engagement work.
CHALLENGE: Little advice has been given about how to engage with low-income community. Literature review Tourism and Dependency Theory community-based tourism initiative was set up in The Chobe Enclave was set up to 1 Batswana are citizens of Botswana.
If you are referring t o one person, t hen t e word t use i s M t wana. Non-governmental organizations (NGOs) are recognized as important institutional actors in mobilizing community assets, motivating people and implementing social welfare programs effectively at the grassroots level.
This paper investigates the impact of NGOs on the community development strategy in Tangting, one of the underprivileged rural communities in the trans-Himalayan region of.
social capital, sustainable livelihoods framework and the Community-Based Natural Resource Management (CBNRM) paradigm informed the study. Qualitative and quantitative data were gathered through field-based research, using tools of participant observation, semi-structured interviews, and key informant interviews.
Results indicate. The objective of this study was to select and ‘groundtruth’ the impact of probable poverty-reducing projects implemented in Ethiopia by a range of NGOs, international and local.
This ‘qualitative’ study of a purposively selected sample of NGO projects was intended to complement a more descriptive quantitative review of the overall.
H.J CookeIntroduction presentation: tourism and its impact on a developing country L Pfotenhauer (Ed.), Proceedings of a Symposium, Tourism in Botswana, Botswana Society, Gaborone (), pp. View Record in Scopus Google Scholar.
The impact of tourism policies and the extent to which (//8), Community-Based Natural Resource Management (CBNRM) Forum Annual reports, annual financial reports of CBNRM projects, Central Statistics Office documents on population growth, tourism statistics and tourism facilities in the Okavango Delta.
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Subjects: Water resources development -- Case studies. Water-supply -- Case studies. Fresh water -- Government policy -- Case studies.
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