NGOs Activities and Peace Building in Uganda The Case of Gulu District

Subscribe to access this work and thousands more

ABSTRACT 

The research study was about NGOs activities and peace-building in Uganda a case study of Gulu District Northern Uganda. The study was guided by research objectives which included: determining the level of NGOs activities in peace building and achievement in Northern Uganda and establishing if there is a significant relationship between the NGOs activities and peace-building in Gulu district Northern Uganda. The Existing Literature gaps was that some authors had under estimated the role played by NGOs in bringing about peace in Northern Uganda. They only focused on Government as the key factor in peace building there by under looking the contributions of other actors like NGOs. The study employed a descriptive research design which provided systematic description that is factual and accurate about NGOs activities The study sample size was 172 respondents; selected from among the NGO officials, religious leaders, political leaders, and local community. The research used mainly questionnaire, interview guide and documentary data collection. Data source were Primary Data and secondary. Data was analyzed using a computer program (SPSS) to allow easy interpretation of and analysis. The means and percentages were used to interpret the data. The study was found to be of significance to different stakeholders like; the government, NGOs and religious institutions, community members and other researchers who would carry out their study on the related topic The study found that there was a positive significant relationship between NGOs and peace building in Northern Uganda through much of their activities like rehabilitation, mediations, advocacy, and reconciliation. The study recommended that: NGOs working in Northern Uganda should; develop psychosocial support programs, promote reconciliations and dialogue, impartiality, truth telling and forgiveness. To the government, more attention should be paid to the reconstruction, rehabilitation, and rebuilding of the infrastructure related to economic activities. The study concluded that the relative peace is partly a multi-dimensional response and efforts of NGOs activities.



TABLE OF CONTENTS

Declaration A

Declaration B

Approval sheet

Dedication

Acknowledgement

Table of contents

List of tables

Abbreviations/ Acronyms used

Operational definitions of key terms

Abstract

1. Chapter one

2. Chapter two

3. Chapter three

4. Chapter four

5. Chapter five 

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION 1

Background of the Study 1

Statement of the Problem 5 !

Purpose of the Study 7 !

Research Objectives 7 I

Research Questions 7 I

Null Hypotheses 8 I

Scope 8 I

Geographical scope 8

Content scope 8 I r,

Time scope 8 

Theoretical scope 9 

Significance of the Study 9 I

Operational Definitions of Key Terms 9 

CHAPTER TWO i I'

1. REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE 11 I

2. Introduction

11 l 3. Concepts, Ideas, Opinions From Authors/Experts 11

4. Theoretical Perspectives 13 r

5. Role of NGOs in peace-building 13

6. The effectiveness/extent of NGOs in peace-building 15

CHAPTER THREE

METHODOLOGY

1. Introduction

2. Research Design

3. Research Population

4. Sample framework

5. Sample Size

6. Sample technique

7. Sampling Procedure

8. Methods for data collection

9. Source of data collection

10. Validity and Reliability of the Instrument

11. Data Gathering Procedures

12. Data Analysis

13. Ethical Considerations

14. Anticipated limitations of the study

REFERENCES

APPENDICES

APPENDIX 1B

APPENDIX II : INFORMED CONSENT

APPENDIX III: QUESTIONNAIRE

APPENDIX C: PROPOSED DATA PRESENTATION THROUGH TABLES

APPENDIX D: TIME FRAME

APPENDIX E: PROPOSED BUDGET

Subscribe to access this work and thousands more
Save
Overall Rating

0

5 Star
(0)
4 Star
(0)
3 Star
(0)
2 Star
(0)
1 Star
(0)
APA

Consults, E. & Obonyo, O (2022). NGOs Activities and Peace Building in Uganda The Case of Gulu District. Afribary. Retrieved from https://afribary.com/works/ngos-activities-and-peace-building-in-uganda-the-case-of-gulu-district

MLA 8th

Consults, Education, and Oliver Obonyo "NGOs Activities and Peace Building in Uganda The Case of Gulu District" Afribary. Afribary, 23 Nov. 2022, https://afribary.com/works/ngos-activities-and-peace-building-in-uganda-the-case-of-gulu-district. Accessed 06 Dec. 2022.

MLA7

Consults, Education, and Oliver Obonyo . "NGOs Activities and Peace Building in Uganda The Case of Gulu District". Afribary, Afribary, 23 Nov. 2022. Web. 06 Dec. 2022. < https://afribary.com/works/ngos-activities-and-peace-building-in-uganda-the-case-of-gulu-district >.

Chicago

Consults, Education and Obonyo, Oliver . "NGOs Activities and Peace Building in Uganda The Case of Gulu District" Afribary (2022). Accessed December 06, 2022. https://afribary.com/works/ngos-activities-and-peace-building-in-uganda-the-case-of-gulu-district