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Kampala International University (2010)

Contribution of international Non-governmental organizations in the livestock health and survival : a case study of Turkana District in Kenya

Wachira, Daniel Irura

Titre : Contribution of international Non-governmental organizations in the livestock health and survival : a case study of Turkana District in Kenya

Auteur : Wachira, Daniel Irura

Université de soutenance : Kampala International University

Grade : Master of Business Administration (NGO Management) 2010

Résumé
The study focused on fiscal deficit and economic growth in Uganda and it considered data for the last two decades (1992-2O10) It was guided by the following research objectives ; the level of fiscal deficit in Uganda, the level of economic growth in Uganda and the relationship between fiscal deficit and economic growth in Uganda. The study undertook descriptive correlation research design that largely suits quantitative and qualitative research design and was ExPost facto. However, the study was cross sectional because it undertook a short period of time and cluster random sampling procedure was also used. The data was analyzed using percentage distribution tables and the strength of the relationship between the variables was established using regression analysis. The findings revealed that since 1992 to 2010 the level of fiscal deficit has increased and this is explained by increasing budget deficit and that the level of economic growth has also been increasing due to increased public and private investments. The findings further revealed that a unit change in fiscal deficit influences economic growth by 13.3268 billion and that when fiscal deficit is zero (0), economic growth will have a constant which is the y-intercept= -407.4699, results from Pearson correlation reveals that there exists a strong relationship between fiscal deficit and economic growth since the correlation between the variables is 0.9403(94%). The findings further revealed that Government spending is the major determinant of fiscal deficit and economic growth in Uganda and that fiscal deficit and expenditures are highly and internally correlated at 0.9518(95.18%) It was concluded that at univariate level fiscal deficit leads to an increase in economic growth and at bivariet level the results are in agreement with John Maynard Keynes’ theory of Government spending The recommendations of the study were ; Uganda must decisively address the increasing petty corruption, Uganda must also maximize social benefits through massive investment and prudent macro economic management

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