This study was carried out to examine the causes of poverty in Wakiso district.
There is a relationship between redundancy and poverty among the people of
Gayaza. The researcher focused on the proper utilization of resources and
A longitudinal design was developed to compile secondary data from Gayaza
among others from 2006 — 2007. The data was analyzed using Pearson
correlation co-efficient which measured the strength and direction between the
independent and dependent variables.
The findings showed that due to random for example among the people of
Gayaza, production was in a decline. The results showed a positive significant
improvement in the private sectors showed a positive relationship between the
rich and the poor. The poor can now concentrate on some small scale
The study concluded that a high concentration on private sectors, small scale
businesses and faithfulness of the government organizations can eliminate
poverty among the people of Gayaza.
The study therefore recommended that for the elimination of poverty, people
should be employed such that they can earn a better living.
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