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Title: Man Power Training And Development On Ethics AndAnti-Corruption Trainings For Women By The FederalEthics And Anti-Corruption Commission
???metadata.dc.contributor.*???: Hailesellassie W/Gerima(Ato)
Achamyelesh, Shalemo
Keywords: anti-corruption trainings for women by the Federal Ethics
Issue Date: Jun-2017
Publisher: Addis Ababa University
Abstract: The objective of this study was to explore the experiences of ethics and anti-corruption trainings for women by the Federal Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (FEACC) of Ethiopia. For this research, mixed design was applied in which the combination of both forms of data provides a better understanding of a research problem. Questionnaire, interview, focus group discussion and document review were applied in which these research tools represented the primary and secondary data sources of the study. The key respondents were 72 in which 18 for interview, 27 for questionnaire and 27 for focus group discussion. Based on the responses of the research questions, the study applied explanation, reasoning, percentage, and analysis and interpretation of the collected data through triangulation. The major findings of the study indicated that because of different problems, basically their low educational status, the trained women did not develop confidence to multiply the intended formal ethics and anti-corruption awareness creation programs. They also responded the presence of discouraging conditions in the anticorruption struggle around the Sub-cities and Woredas. Finally, the study recommended basic issues that might be considered for the enhancement of the women ethics and anticorruption trainings as one of the alternatives to fight against the obstacles of holistic societal development.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/16913
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