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The study sought to investigate the effect of micro savings on poverty reduction from the perspective of microfinance clients
who are also entrepreneurs of micro small and medium enterprises in the Central Region of Ghana. The Ghana Living
Standards Survey (2014) found that over 6.4 million of Ghanaians representing 24.2 percent of the population lived below
the poverty line in spite of the numerous interventions instituted by government and development partners over the years to
address poverty. The Specific objectives of the study was to establish the effect of micro savings on poverty reduction in
Central Region of Ghana. One hypotheses was formulated to cover the specific objective which was operationalized into
four sub-hypotheses. Using cluster sampling techniques, the study sampled 370 entrepreneurs of micro small and medium
enterprises. Questionnaire was used as the data collection instrument in an exercise that took place in November and
December 2016. SPSS was used to analyse the data using cross tabulations and multiple regression analysis. The study
found that micro savings had a statistically significant positive effect on growth in income and acquisition of business assets.
It however had a relatively weak positive effect on consumption expenditure and a moderate effect on ability to educate
children as poverty indicators. Accordingly the study rejected all the null hypothesis and concluded that microfinance
interventions are effective at reducting poverty in Central Region of Ghana. The study cites limitations encountered and
recommends areas for further studies.
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Cooperatives in Kirinyaga County are faced with high operational costs, and have not managed to pay farmers decently.
Due to irregular prices on the market, and the export of coffee that is not branded lacking Kenyan identity has led to the
poor performance of the cooperative sector in the world coffee market. The aim of the study was to assess the influence of
growth strategies on coffee marketing cooperatives in Kirinyaga County. The study is founded on the Ansoff model (1965)
that provides business analysis technique for identifying growth opportunities for a firm. The target population was 285
respondents from fourteen coffee marketing cooperatives. The sample size for the research was 166 respondents comprising
of managers, assistant managers, factory managers and management committee member. The study used both qualitative
and quantitative approaches and used descriptive survey and inferential statistics. The study found out that market
penetration strategies had little or moderate or no influence on the performance of coffee marketing cooperatives whereas
product development strategy influenced performance of coffee marketing cooperatives. The study recommends that coffee
marketing cooperatives should employ a variety of growth strategies such as market penetration and product development
strategies in order to enhance their performance to increase their revenue stream to match competition and enhance their
survival and progress. The study will benefit management committee members, stakeholders and Kirinyaga County policy to
assist coffee marketing cooperative societies to enhance growth strategies to gain in world coffee market.
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Submit Your Paper for 'December Issue, 17'
Areas: Science & Technology, Business & Management, Humanities & Social Studies
Last Date for Paper Submission: 25th December, 17
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Submit Your Paper for 'November Issue, 17'
Last Date for Paper Submission: 25th November, 17
Areas: Science & Technology, Business & Management, Humanities & Social Studies
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This descriptive type of cross sectional study was conducted to explore the knowledge on HIV/AIDS among the college
students in Mymensingh district with the sample size was 150.The study revealed that 43.3 % of the respondents was in age
group 16-18 years and 56.7 % was in age group 19-22 years. Among them 80% were female and 20% were male all of them
were unmarried. The study further revealed that 81.9% of the respondents mentioned the causes of HIV/AIDS was virus,
12.8% mentioned bacteria, 4% mentioned metabolic, 4% and 3.4% mentioned fungus, fast food, 3.4% and dirty water
respectively but 12.4% didn’t know about the causes of HIV/AIDS It is found from the study that majority of the respondents
(76%) had knowledge on vulnerable group for HIV/AIDS was drug addicted person, 75.3% said sex worker, 51.3% said
affected person from sexual disease, 37.3% said foreign service holder, 33.3% said university student, 14.7% said travelers
businessman, 12.0% said transport labor, 6.7% said armed force, 6.0% said doctor nurse in a hospital worker and 10.7%
didn’t have any knowledge about it. Study showed that 82.7% of respondents identified weight reduction as a symptom of
AIDS, followed by was 71.3% repeated fever, 70% was loss of energy, 26.7% was remittent sneezing cough, 26% was long
term diarrhea, 15.3% was skin diseases and 10.7% didn’t know the symptoms of HIV/AIDS. Study showed that majority of
the respondents (46.2%) stated sources of HIV/AIDS transmission was body fluid followed by 37.9% from semen, 18.6%
from saliva, 11.7% from vaginal discharge, and 30.3% didn’t know about the sources of HIV/AIDS transmission. It was
found that majority of the respondents (75.3%) had knowledge on preventive measures of HIV/AIDS was to use condom
during sexual activity, 58.2% told screening before blood transfusion, 42.5% stated the use of disposable syringe during
injection, 35.6% stated living safe place from the affected person and only 10.3% of respondents didn’t know anything about
it. 58.8% of the respondents had knowledge on treatment facilities was medical college hospital and 53.4% mentioned
district hospital, 39, 2% said Upazilla health complex, 40.5% said specialized hospital,34.5% said private hospital and
18.2% said private clinic, among them only 20.9% of the respondents did not know about the treatment facilities about
HIV/AIDS. The knowledge level of the respondents which was 35% had average knowledge, 33% had good knowledge, 18%
had very good knowledge and 14% had poor knowledge regarding HIV/AIDS. Provision of HIV/AIDS information through
mass media and health education programs among the college students should be regularly broadcast to reinforce the
knowledge level about the prevention and control of HIV/AIDS.
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