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Title: Problems Of Skill Trained Women In Income Genera Ting Activities In Addis Ababa City Administra Tion
???metadata.dc.contributor.*???: Yekunoamlak Alemu (Dr)
Endale, Ayalew
Keywords: women who have taken short term training from micro-Small enterprises
Issue Date: Jul-2008
Publisher: Addis Ababa University
Abstract: The objective of this research is to identify the major problems of women who have taken short term training from micro-Small enterprises and other training providers and currently involving in income generating activities in sample selected areas of Addis Ababa City Administration and to suggest possible recommendations. In order to gather relevant information from respondents descriptive survey method was employed. More over, four (4) sub-cities, and Fom each one kebele were selected by using simple random sampling method. Two hundred and ten (210) women beneficiary (WB) and twenty (20) Micro-Small Enlelprise Officials (MSEO) are selected by using simple random and purposive sampling methods respectively. Based on the basic questions of the study, the collecled data through two main groups of questionnaires are analyzed . I and interpreted. The research results revealed thai raising income levels through income generating activities for poor women was not sufficient. This is largely attributed to lack of appropriate training, lack of productive training experience, addressing insufficient starting capital and above all, lack of working and marketing places are the crucial problems. Therefore, giving appropriate training, which is supported by practice, accessing these womefl to credit schemes, addressing conducive working and marketing places are essentials for the sustainability of women income generating activities.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/16217
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