The purpose of the study was to examine the effect of NAADS on economic development of
women in Kapir sub-county, Ngora district.
The objectives of the study were to examine how new agricultural technology affects economic
development of women in Ngora district, to determine how new breeds of animals, birds and
crops affect economic development of women, to find out how NAADS training promotes
economic development among women and lastly to identify the challenges NAADS programme
are facing in it implementation in Ngora district.
A case study of Kapir sub-county which has 8 parishes and 16 villages was used in which 96
respondents among others include the following, the sub-county chief, NAADS sub-county
coordinator, Community Development Officers, Agricultural Officer, chairperson NAADS
farmers forum,(key informant), Area councilors, LC is, parish chiefs, and women beneficiaries.
The questionnaires and interview guides were used as basic tools f data collection. Data was
analyzed using quantitative and qualitative methods and use of tabulation. Secondly, data was
obtained from written documents like text books, reports, News papers.
The study revealed that new agricultural technology has promoted economic development
among women, improved seeds/breeds have greatly improved the economic development,
NAADS training has promoted economic development and shortage of funds, lack of land for
demonstration among others were the challenges faced by NAADS implementation.
The researcher therefore came up with the following recommendations, the government should
embark on community awareness campaign about the importance of NAADS, sensitize the
communities by means of radio, talk shows, workshops etc about the opportunities that women
can get from NAADS, form village SACCOs to enable farmers have access to finances,
transparency during the selection of NAADS beneficiaries, policy makers should institute
policies that will enable women to receive services equally with the men; parish chiefs and
community based facilitators (CBFs) should fully monitor NAADS projects during planting and harvest, training both beneficiaries and non beneficiary farmers and finally NAADS should always procure seeds/breeds in time before the rainy season commence
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GODFREY, AISU . "Naads And Economic Development Among Women In Ngora District. A Case Study Of Kapir Sub-County" Afribary (2021). Accessed January 18, 2022. https://afribary.com/works/naads-and-economic-development-among-women-in-ngora-district-a-case-study-of-kapir-sub-county