SERVICE DELIVERY FOR ADULT LITERACY PROGRAMME: FOCUS ON RESOURCE UTILIZATION, ENTREPRENERSHIP DEVELOPMENT AND WEALTH CREATION

Abstract

The study investigated service delivery for adult literacy programme with focus on resource utilization, entrepreneurship development and wealth creation The design of the study was survey research design. . The sample consists of 400 facilitators of adult education programme in South-East geopolitical zone randomly sampled. A 31 – item questionnaire was used to collect data from the facilitators. The validity of the instrument was assessed and found to be adequate based on the assessment of three experts. Crombach Alpha was used to determine the reliability of the instrument which was .79. Four research questions which guided the study were analyzed using mean. The findings of the study show that the qualifications of these facilitators range from PhD to FSLC. Again these facilitators involve other human resources to a low extent. With regard to material resources; all those investigated are being used but none of them is being used to a very high extent. Moreover the extent of usage varies among the various categories of the facilitators. Based on the findings, some recommendations were made which include that Government should get more involved in the employment and screening of facilitators to make sure that the right calibers of personnel are involved.

 

 

Keywords: Adult literacy, Entrepreneurship Development, Resource utilization, Service delivery, Wealth Creation

Article Review Status: Published

Pages: 22-30 (Download PDF)

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