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AID must consider social factors in establishing cooperatives in developing countries

AID must consider social factors in establishing cooperatives in developing countries

report to the Congress

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Published by U.S. General Accounting Office in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. -- Agency for International Development,
  • Cooperative societies -- Developing countries,
  • Developing countries -- Social conditions

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby the Comptroller General of the United States.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationiv, 42 p.
    Number of Pages42
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14561640M
    OCLC/WorldCa16566552

    Cooperative Development and Marketing Strategic plan (). The cooperative concept has thus developed around the world as a social and economic movement with its own distinct identity, history, structure and purpose. Cooperatives are based on values of self help, self responsibility, democracy, equality, equity and solidarity. In the. development. Through community organization, cooperatives serve the bases and platform for bringing together the economically weak member of the society with a view of enhancing their individual capacities (Alkali, ). The contributions of cooperative to the economy, especially in the developing countries File Size: KB.

    social and cultural needs and aspirations through a jointly owned and democratic enterprise. The South African government is trying to use the international practice of cooperatives to develop the South African cooperative. [7] South African history brought much disorder in the development of cooperatives. [6] The democraticFile Size: KB. types of cooperative they represent – whether marketing, financial, workers’, or housing, for instance, co-operatives are powerful vehicles for social inclusion, political and economic empowerment of their members (Majurin, ). Traditionally the type of co-operative File Size: KB.

    Abstract Cooperatives are present in all the countries and in almost all the sectors, including agriculture, food, finance, health care, marketing, insurance & credit. A cooperative is an autonomous association of persons united voluntarily to meet their common economic, social and cultural needs and aspirations through a jointly owned andFile Size: KB. Helpdesk Research Report: Cooperatives and development 7th April, Query: Please provide an overview of the role of cooperatives in pro-poor aid interventions and development, and identify donor approaches and lessons learned in supporting and facilitating their role and impact.


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AID must consider social factors in establishing cooperatives in developing countries Download PDF EPUB FB2

Cooperatives are seen as one way to improve the effectiveness of U.S. foreign assistance in developing countries by enabling the urban and rural poor to help themselves. The efforts by the Agency for International Development (AID) to foster cooperatives have not been uniformly successful.

The primary reason is that AID has not adequately considered the complex political. AID Must Consider Social Factors In Establishing Cooperatives In Developing Countries Political, economic, and cultural factors play a large role in determining whether efforts by the Agency for International Development (AID) to establish cooperatives in developing countries succeed or fail.

Yet, as the GAO re. Get this from a library. AID must consider social factors in establishing cooperatives in developing countries: report to the Congress. [United States. General Accounting Office.].

Get this from a library. AID must consider social factors in establishing cooperatives in developing countries: report to the Congress of the United States. [United States. General Accounting Office.] -- Cooperatives are seen as one way to improve the effectiveness of U.S. foreign assistance in developing countries by enabling the urban and rural poor to help themselves.

AID must consider social factors in establishing cooperatives in developing countries: report to the Congress of the United States / By United States. General Accounting Office. Maseno University, Kenya.

INTRODUCTION. The recognition of cooperatives as crucial means for poverty alleviation and, therefore, African development has been widely acknowledged. It is for this reason that cooperatives have been promoted in virtually all African countries since the colonial period.

Situma Mwichabe is a senior development advisor based in Kenya (Governance - strategic planning, organizational development, M&E, change management and Natural Resources Management). Mwichabe has worked for several organizations - like World Bank Kenya, UNDP Kenya - and for the Government of Kenya.

He has undertaken major consultancies for the Kenya Land Alliance, the. The social economy tradition, prevalent in French speaking countries, where the “cooperative” is just but one of different forms of organizations and enterprises that are based on a common File Size: KB.

As Figure shows, three critical factors must be addressed in imple-menting the curriculum for all learners in multi-tiered RTI: Factor 1: Curriculum implementation must be done the way it was designed to be done (i.e., with fidelity); in a consistent manner; and with challenges to students to facilitate the development and use of higher levelFile Size: 1MB.

cooperatives and the contributions of cooperatives to social development. In addition, efforts must be made to make research useable and understandable by non-researchersFile Size: KB. Cooperatives and their potential contribution to developing countries ’s development: an assessment and suggestions for future research.

Raymond Saner 1 & Lichi a YiuSEND, Geneva 2, C. Abstract. Objectives. Cooperatives create goods and services and at the same time often contribute to the. Promoting rural cooperatives in developing countries: the case of sub-Saharan Africa (English) Abstract.

The economic crisis in sub - Saharan Africa presents a major challenge to donors and to policy-makers. After an initial period of growth following independence, Cited by: There is one more point to consider.

The basic idea was that lending micro-credit will create for the Poor the conditions to uplift her/him from poverty. But, it is not enough to provide finance.

There are other factors necessary for the development of the Poor toward sustainability. MF. The potential of cooperatives to contribute to overall economic, social and societal development was well described in the report to the 49th Session of the International Labour Conference (The role of cooperatives in the economic and social development of developing countries) when the process towards the adoption of Recommendation No.

This study investigates the impact of contract farming (CF) through cooperatives in tomatoes on employment and economic performance of smallholders in a low‐income developing country. development of agricultural cooperatives in developed and less-developed countries, with particular emphasis on South Africa.

A new Co operatives Act, based on. Cooperatives and Rural Financial Development | 3 Foreword 1 Introduction and background 2 Economic theory of cooperatives Cooperative business principles Manifestations of cooperatives Policy environment Governance Structure, scale and scope Market orientation Cooperative legislation 3 F&A cooperatives Business principles of F&A cooperatives.

Pathways to Economic, Democratic and Social Development In the Global Economy US Overseas Cooperative Devel opment Council August, without continued dependence on foreign aid.

As well, Cooperatives in developing countries are in resurgence due to several factors. The Role of Cooperative Societies in Economic Development The problem is that many people do not know much about cooperative, its mechanisms and role in economic development, and how it is considered in the world as a Third Force, an alternative and countervailing power to both big business and big by: The International Co-operative Alliance (ICA) is an independent, non-governmental organization established in to unite, represent and serve cooperatives worldwide.

It provides a global voice and forum for knowledge, expertise and coordinated action for andFile Size: KB. Factors for Success in Cooperative Operations 1. Jo B. Bitonio PresenterARD, CDA Dagupan Extension Office 2. The history of cooperatives in the Philippines isreplete with tragic stories for the downfall of manyco-ops.Technical cooperation is an area of WTO work that is devoted almost entirely to helping developing countries (and countries in transition from centrally-planned economies) operate successfully in the multilateral trading system.

The objective is to help build the necessary institutions and to train officials.Sustainable rural development is vital to the economic, social and environmental viability of nations.

It is essential for poverty eradication since global poverty is overwhelmingly rural. The manifestation of poverty goes beyond the urban-rural divide, it has subregional and regional contexts.