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Adamawa State CSDA_Draft Report2

Adamawa State CSDA_Draft Report2

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
 
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Executive Summary 5
 List of Tables
1- Local Government Areas surveyed in the 21senatorial districts2- Age distribution of the respondents 253- Educational attainment of households’ income 26Earners4- Major sources of water available to the 27households in the communities5- Ownership of house by the respondents 276- Toilet facilities in households 287- Primary occupation of the respondents 298- Monthly income from primary and secondary 30Occupation9- Methods of waste disposal by households 3210- Membership of community organizations 3311a- Distribution of respondents according to 35whether differences in education, wealth,landholding, social status and religious beliefstend to divide people in surveyedcommunities11b- Distribution of respondents according to 35whether differences in political parties, ethnic background, gender and age tend to divide people in surveyed communities12- Community ways of handling differences 3613- Participation of respondents in previous 37collective actions with respect to communitydevelopment14- Success of previous collective actions with 38respect to community development15- Distribution of respondents according to their 38responses to participation in their communities16- Distribution of respondents according to their 38responses on whether or not they contributetime and money towards commondevelopmental goals17- Services where respondents are occasionally 39Denied18- Reasons why some people are excluded from 39Services19- Distribution of respondents on whether they 40have done the following activities in the lastthree years20- Distribution of respondents on whether they 411
 
were approached to do the followingactivities in the last three years
SECTION ONEBACKGROUND INFORMATION
1.1The Community and Social Development Project 111.2Terms of Reference 121.2.1Objectives of the Baseline Survey 131.2.2Scope of the work 14
SECTION TWOSURVEY METHODOLOGY
2.1Study Area 192.2Survey Instruments 192.3Sample Design and Sampling Procedure 192.4Training of Enumerators 232.5Data Collection Process 232.6Supervision and Quality Control 242.7Method of Data Analysis 24SECTION THREE
RESULTS AND DISCUSSION
3.1Socioeconomic status of the respondents 253.2Sanitation and waste management system in the 31Communities3.3Membership of Community Based institutions 323.4Social Exclusion 333.5Community members methods of handling differences 363.6Collective Action by community members 363.7Participation of the respondents in civic duties 39
SECTION FOURDEMOGRAPHIC AND SOCIOECONOMICCHARACTERISTICS OF SAMPLED COMMUNITIES4.1NORTHERN SENATORIAL DISTRICT4.1.1
Madagali Local Government Area 424.1.1.1Bebel Community 424.1.1.2Dar Community 454.1.1.3Dzuel community 484.1.1.4Gubla Community 514.1.1.5Humshi (Vizik) community 534.1.1.6Mayo Wandu 554.1.1.7.Kirchinga Community 574.1.1.8Vapura (Mildow) Community 604.1.1.9.Wuroganyandi Kuda Community 624.1.1.10.Zhau Community 64
4.1.2.MUBI NORTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT 66
4.1.2.1.Bagira Community 664.1.2.2.Bahuli Community 684.1.2.3.Betso Community 704.1.2.4.Kiriya Community 734.1.2.5.Lira Community 754.1.2.6.Mijilu Community 774.1.2.7Muchalla Community 794.1.2.8.Muva Community 814.1.2.9.Muvur Community 834.1.2.10.Ribawa Community 852
 
4.1.3MUBI SOUTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT 86
4.1.3.1.Dribish Community 864.1.3.2.Duvu Community 894.1.3.3.Gella Community 914.1.3.4.Gude Community 934.1.3.5.Lamurde Community 954.1.3.6.Mijara Community 974.1.3.7.Mugulvu Community 1004.1.3.8.Nduku Community 1024.1.3.9.Suburum Community 1054.1.3.10.Sahuda Community 108
4.2SOUTHERN SENATORIAL DISTRICT 1114.2.1Mayo-Belwa Local Government 111
4.2.1.1.Binkola Community 1114.2.1.2.Nassarawo Jereng Community 1134.2.1.3.Sebore Community 1154.2.1.4.Mayo-Farang Community 1174.2.1.5.Sangere Community 1194.2.1.6.Ndiyamjimtobe Community 1214.2.1.7.Yolde Gubudo Community 1234.2.1.8.Chukkol Community 1254.2.1.9Sindigawo Community 1274.2.1.10.Kaurami Community 129
4.2.2GUYUK LOCAL GOVERNMENT 131
4.2.2.1.Walu Community 1314.2.2.2.Bodeno Community 1334.2.2.3.Lokoro Community 1354.2.2.4.Chikila Community 1374.2.2.5.Boshikiri Community 1394.2.2.6.Tudun Guyuk Community 1414.2.2.7Lakumna Community 1434.2.2.8.Bobini Community 1454.2.2.9Gugu Community 1474.2.2.10.Pondiwe Community 149
4.2.3.DEMSA LOCAL GOVERNMENT
4.2.3.1.Farai Community 1514.2.3.2Dwam Sakato Community 1534.2.3.3Bille Community 1554.2.3.4.Bolon Community 1574.2.3.5.Gejembo Community 1594.2.3.6Dong Community 1614.2.3.7.Dem Community 1634.2.3.8.Bwashi Community 1654.2.3.9.Old Demsa Community 1674.2.3.10.Farabuane Community 169
4.3.CENTRAL SENATORIAL DISTRICT4.3.1.GIREI LOCAL GOVERNMENT
4.3.1.1.Daneyel Community 1713

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