Analysis Of The Perceived Effects Of Selected Development Interventions On Rural Women
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Analysis Of The Perceived Effects Of Selected Development Interventions On Rural Women In Imo State, Nigeria
The study assessed the perceived effects of selected development interventions on rural women in Imo State of Nigeria. Structured and validated questionnaire was collected from 402 rural women in the three agricultural zones of Imo state who were selected through multi-stage random sampling technique. Data were analyzed using descriptive and inferential statistics. Result showed that majority of the rural women (34.3%) had primary education and had spent more than 17 years in their major occupation. Majority (50.2%) have household size of 5 to 8 members. The average monthly income of the rural women was N15,752. The level of perception of the effects of development intervention on women was DownloadViews: 97

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