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PROJECT TOPIC AND MATERIAL ON IMPACT OF COOPERATIVE SOCIETIES ON THE WELFARE OF MEMBERS IN PUBLIC SECTOR (A CASE STUDY OF ADO ODO OTA LOCAL GOVERNMENT)

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ABSTRACT

The research work is set to let the readers understand the impact of co-operative society on the welfare of members living in the public sector with the particular reference to the Ado-Odo Ota local government. The aim of this project is to investigate the ways which co-operatives can act as agent towards the sustainable community on the welfare of the public sector.

The chapter on gives the history of co-operative, principles and problems were discussed, theories was also discussed. And empirical reviews were discussed.

In addition, the collection of data was used as a descriptive survey of describing the impact of co-operative society on the welfare of members in the public sector are also discussed in the chapter three, therefore the analytical survey method through the aid of the questionnaire was used to collect data from prospective respondents.

In conclusion, this project work concludes that, to be effective and successful, co-operative must continuously achieve two inter-related goals among the members of Ado-Odo Ota local government. For instance, the consumer co-operative society’s main goals and plans of the society are to form arrangement for the pecuniary benefits and the improvement of the social and domestic condition of its members by raising a sufficient amount of capital in shares of two naira each and for the housing co-operative society, their goal is to assist the members in having their own houses.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

TITLE PAGE

CERTIFICATION

DEDICATION

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

ABSTRACT

CHAPTER ONE

1.0 INTRODUCTION

1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

1.2 PROBLEM OF THE STUDY

1.3 OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY

1.4 RESEARCH QUESTIONS

1.5 STATEMENT OF THE HYPOTHESIS

1.6 SCOPE OF THE STUDY

1.7 SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY

1.8 DEFINITION OF TERMS

1.9 HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF COOPERATIVE SOCIETY IN ADO ODO OTA LOCAL GOVERNMENT

CHAPTER TWO

2.0 LITERATURE REVIEW

2.1 CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK OF COOPERATIVE SOCIETY

2.2 THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK OF COOPERATIVE SOCIETY

2.3  EMPIRICAL FRAMEWORK OF COOPERATIVE SOCIETY

 

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CHAPTER THREE

3.0 METHODOLOGY

3.1 RESEARCH DESIGN

3.2 POPULATION OF THE STUDY

3.3 SAMPLE SIZE AND SAMPLING TECHNIQUES

3.4 DATA COLLECTION INSTRUMENTS

3.5 RELIABILITY AND VALIDITY TESTS

3.6 METHOD OF DATA PRESENTATION AND ANALYSIS

CHAPTER FOUR

4.1 OVERVIEW

4.2 DATA PRESENTATION AND ANALYSIS

4.3 TESTING OF HYPOTHESIS

CHAPTER FIVE

5.0 SUMMARY OF FINDING, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION

5.1 SUMMARY OF FINDING

5.2 CONCLUSION

5.3 RECOMMENDATION

5.4 AREAS OF FURTHER RESEARCH

CHAPTER ONE

CHAPTER ONE

1.0  INTRODUCTION                                                                          

The cooperative movement began in Europe in the 19th century primarily in Britain and France although  the shove porier  society claims to be the world’s first cooperative society being established in Aberdeen in 1498 (although it  has since demutualized  to become a private partnership). The industrial and the increasing mechanism of the economy transferred society threatened the livelihood of many workers. They attempted to address climate at the time. The first documented customer cooperatives was founded in 1769 in barely furnished cottage in fenwick, East Ayrshire when local weaver man handled a seeks of oatmeal into John walkers white washed from room and began selling the contest discount forming the Fenwick weavers society.

1.1       BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

A cooperative society is an autonomous  association of persons United voluntarily to meet their common economic and cultural needs and aspiration through jointly owned and democratically controlled enterprise.

A cooperative society is another means for forming a legal entity to conduct business besides forming a company. Is it possible to merge a cooperative society seeking cooperative when they are in need of the service it would bring. Those questions were used almost two decades ago.

The creation of mankind cooperative has been entrusted between the first man , Adam and eve,  cooperative was specially designed by God for human race. Furthermore cooperative society is not limited to man alone. It also occurs among insects such as ants,termites etc. The Word “cooperative” means to work and be in action with others. Therefore this definition helps us to remember that cooperative does not consist of a small compact group of ideas or practice but it is sometimes a form of organization or a way of doing things. It is said that many workers who ordinarily would have due to low saltines and entitlement or even rich due to other membership of  cooperative societies.

1.2       PROBLEM OF THE STUDY

  1. They have low productivity because they do not have full access to the operations in the public sector.

2 cooperators do not have enough money to meet their needs because they lack access to loan.

  1. Cooperators have been neglected by none members in terms of membership to cooperative leadership and decision making due to lack of awareness.

1.3       OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY

The main objective of the study is to examine the impact of cooperative society on the welfare of members using Ado-Odo Ota local government as a case study. The objective are

  1. To show the level of government commitment towards cooperative development in Ado-Odo Ota local government.
  2. To access the standard of living of the members compared to non members to carry out activities in the public sector.

1.4       RESEARCH QUESTIONS

  1. Does cooperative society improve the welfare of it’s members?
  2. What has been the efforts of the government through policies towards the development of cooperative society in Ado-Odo Ota local government?
  3. Is the standard of living of cooperators better than nonmembers?

1.5       STATEMENT OF HYPOTHESIS

Ho cooperative society society does not improve the welfare of its members

Hi cooperative society improves the welfare of its members.

Ho government policies have significantly impact on the development of cooperative.

Hi Government policies have not significantly impacted on the development of cooperatives.

Ho Cooperative society does not improve the standard of living of its members.

Hi cooperative society improves the standard of living of its members.

1.6       SCOPE OF THE STUDY

The  study of this  project work will be based on cooperative society. Members welfare and the government commitment in  developing it. Its  purpose is to limit to be topic area alone but like an in house  endeavor is to go a little further to give the reader more knowledge of cooperative societies and their activities. The project would also unveil more hidden knowledge of cooperative societies. Due to finical constraints certain ingredients might be missing .

1.7       SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY

The project will be very  useful to members in the public sector who are contemplating on establishing  a cooperative society in the area of its contributions to the development and benefits available for knowledge of cooperative society.

Cooperative society are important in order to help organize mutual benefit when a cooperative structure society in its original tribal form.  Jobs are allocated and resources exchanged among each other and done with external communities.  Cooperative societies are now extremely important mortgage and professional credit within banks.

1.8       DEFINITION OF TERMS

  1. Cooperative: according to Webster dictionary it defined cooperative “working with another person or group to do something.
  2. Hypothesis: it is the means of structuring research problems and it’s usually formulated on the basis of a research problem or question.
  3. Member: someone or something that belongs to or is a part of a group or an organization.
  4. Society: people in general thought of as living together in organized communities with shared laws, traditions, and values. It’s also defined as the people of a particular country, area, time, etc., thought of especially as an organized community.

1.9 HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF COOPERATIVE SOCIETY IN ADO-ODO OTA LOCAL GOVERNMENT

The  Ado-Odo Ota local government area is one of the 19th local government in ogun state Nigeria. It came into existence in 1989 following the merge of defluence Ifo/Ota local government with Ado-Odo/igbesa area of Yewa south local government.

The local government area is the second largest in ogun state and it is the headquartred at Ota (otta). Other towns includes Agbara, Igbesa area of Yewa south local government.

The long term success of cooperative society stems from the strong relationship with the members  based on the deep roots of the  culture, the members interest  and to increase the standard of living of its members with the  total commitment to exceptional standards of performance and productivity. In order to achieve the success they endeavoured to  maintain th highest standards of cooperative behavior towards the , government and operating environment.  Over  the  years, cooperative societies have been socially and economically responsible and have been a good responsive organizations that takes strategic actions for the development and improvement of the members interest and interest, welfare and environment in which it operates.

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