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Title: An evaluation of the egg laying chickens project as a poverty alleviation effort within Blouberg municiplity of Limpopo Province
Authors: Moyo, T.
Mphahlele, Ramatsimela Marie
Keywords: Poverty alleviation projects
Egg laying chickens
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: University of Limpopo
Abstract: Poverty among communities is not a static condition. There are many factors which contribute to its causes and depth. In South Africa, the economic gaps imposed by the previous apartheid government aggravated economic inequalities and caused considerable disparities, which resulted in the high unemployment rates. This led to a call for pro-active initiatives by post 1994 democratic government to remedy the living condition of the previously disadvantaged people. As part of its poverty relief drive, the South African government has embarked on a series of developmental initiatives to bring services to the poor and to reduce enormous prevailing backlogs, with the aim of increasing community participation and improving the lives of the poor. This study evaluates the egg layers project as a poverty alleviation effort within Blouberg Municipality of the Limpopo Province to respond to the prevailing poverty and underdevelopment among the poor communities. This study revealed from the observations, interviews conducted and questionnaires administrated to sampled beneficiaries of Blouberg Municipality who faces poverty. The study formulated strategies and made recommendations regarding the impact and implementation of the egg layers on poor people.
Description: Thesis (M.Dev.) --University of Limpopo, 2011
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10386/597
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