|Title:||The Contributions Of Menschen Fur Menschen Foundation In Increasing Access To Primary Education In Illubabor Zone|
|???metadata.dc.contributor.*???:||Dr. Tilahun Workineh|
|Keywords:||renovated by MFM|
|Abstract:||The main objective of this study was to investigate the contribution of MfM Foundation in increasing access to primary education in lllubabor Zone. To conduct this study, a descriptive survey was employed. For this purpose samples were taken from 6 primary schools that were supported by MfM in 6 Weredas. The research study involved four categories of sample population: teachers, students, school principals, Zone Education Department, and Wereda Education Officials and MfM Office officials. Questionnaire, interview and personal observation were the main instruments used to collect the data. Besides to support the study, documents and reports in the MfM Office and Zone Education Department were consulted. Data analysis was made by using statistical tools such as percentage and t-test to identify whether there are differences and agreements in the judgment of the respondents regarding the questions posed on the activities performed by MfM education project. The results of the ﬁndings revealed that MfM has provided support to primary education in three major areas; construction of new schools, renovation and expansion of the existing ones. It was found that the community was involved in the education project carried out by MFM by contributing money, site selection for the schools constructed and in the protection of the projects during and after its foundation. In addition to this, it was observed from the ﬁndings that support provided to primary education in lllubabor by MFM, alleviated the problems of about 11.4 per cent of the children's of the community to get schools near to their villages, chairs and desks and school facilities. On the other hand, it was found out that the major complaint of the community about the outcome of the project was, most of the schools constructed, and renovated by MFM do not have fence. Finally, based on the major ﬁndings and conclusions drawn, the following major recommendations were for warded to meet the problem under the study.|
|Appears in Collections:||Thesis - Environmental Planning and Landscape Design|
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