This research has been done in Morogoro municipal to the benefits of a farmers cooperative to the wellbeing of its member’s case study of lugaluga cooperative, morogoro. Specifically, the study aims to understand the benefits that attained by members who are join in cooperatives. To investigate on the type of benefits that provide in the cooperatives that the farmers prefers and to assess and improving community social economic development. A cross section research design was adopted. Purposive random sampling was used to acquire a total sample size of 55 respondents from lugaluga cooperatives found in mororgoro municipal respectively. Data were collected through administered questionnaires. Statistical Package for Social Science programed was used for analyzing quantitative data, whereby descriptive statistics, include frequencies and descriptive were carried out. The content analysis was used to analyze qualitative information where by collected data were broken down into smallest meaningful units of information or themes and tendencies and analyzed in detail.
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- Year: 2019-07-17
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