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Analysis of implementation of home grown initiatives and their impact on poverty reduction in Rwanda (2013-2016)

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Gasheja Faustin, Kopparthy Satya Murthy, Makuza Théogène and Mukulira Olive
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Case of Girinka Munyarwanda program in Nyabihu District: 2013-2016” aims to identify the activities implemented in the framework of Girinka Munyarwanda Program in Nyabihu District; To determine the main challenges that face Girinka Munyarwanda program in Nyabihu District; To evaluate the situation of welfare conditions before and after Girinka Munyarwanda program in Nyabihu District; To calculate the correlation between the supports obtained from Girinka Munyarwanda program and the level of welfare conditions of its beneficiaries. The study applied both descriptive and correlation analyses. 2,587 is the population from which the sample was taken. The sample size was derived from 2,587 households to be surveyed using the Yamane’s formula at a confidence interval of 90% and margin of error of 10%. The calculation gave 96 persons as the sample size. After documentation, questionnaires, interviews and analysis of responses from respondents, it was revealed that a great number of cows have been distributed based on the level of poverty of their beneficiaries. The program also provided trainings to its beneficiaries on how to entertain cattle. However, some challenges face that program insufficiency of milk collection centers, in their respective Sectors and shortage of veterinarian services. At the end, it was recommended to the Government to gather other cows to distribute because there are so many other poor families and to set up more milk collection centers in all Sectors in Nyabihu district and hire a great number of veterinarians to make available their services in Nyabihu district. The population should regularly report any problems related to cows from Girinka Munyarwanda Program to nearest authorities and fully participate in designating Girinka beneficiaries in order to fight against corruption. Therefore, the research questions have been answered and the objectives achieved.

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