The Impact of Fishing on the Socio Economic Development of Ssi-Bukunja Sub County: a Case Study of Ssenyi Landing Site Mukono District

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THE IMPACT OF FISHING ON THE SOCIO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF SSI-BUKUNJA SUB COUNTY: A CASE STUDY OF SSENYI LANDING SITE MUKONO DISTRICT.

KAYIIRA RONALD
07/U/1475/BED/PD

A RESEARCH REPORT SUBMITTED TO THE FACULTY OF EDUCATION IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE AWARD OF BACHELORS OF EDUCATION KYAMBOGO UNIVERSITY

JUNE 2011
DECLARATION
I Kayiira Ronald declare that the material in this report has never been submitted to any University or institution of higher learning for any academic award. This report is a result of my own effort. Where it is indebted to the work of others, the acknowledgement has been made

Signature:…………………………… Date:…………………………….

KAYIIRA RONALD
07/U/1475/BED/PD

APPROVAL

This is to certify that this project report titled “the impact of fishing on the socio economic development of Ssi-Bukunja Sub County: a case study of Ssenyi landing site Mukono District” has been submitted for examination with my approval as university supervisor.

Signature:……………………………………Date:…………………………… Ms Luwedde Hanifah Kanyike
Supervisor
DEDICATIONS
I dedicate my work to my loved father and Mr. Twareberaho Emmuale who have literally scarified life’s joys to see me achieve my career and destiny. You have been the best dad for me and I am what am because of you. To Lydia my little sister I still stand on your words that you will never take liquor because I love you. I also dedicate this work to my only friend George who tireless provided for my advice and needs and Ben Asibo who has proved to be an exceptional friend through my university life. .

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

I feel overwhelmed with indebtedness to my brother and sisters Kivumbi Bantubalamu, Bukirwa Lydia and Kisakye Judith Nabbanja who also doubled as mum and dad. My hope and promise is to tolerate and persevere through thick and thin.

My warm thanks and appreciation go to my supervisor madam Hanifah Luwedde Kanyike for guiding me through this challenging task. On every session of our meetings, I learned a thing or two. I am proud to state that you nurtured me into a research maestro.

My heartfelt gratitude goes to my beloved friends Jonathan, Sarah, Christine, Bernard and even those that I have not mentioned, I am really grateful for the love and support you have provided I am very grateful.

This report incorporates a tremendous amount of effort by a number of organizations such as Kyambogo University and people, each of whom played an important role. I would like to express my heartfelt gratitude to my colleagues in Kyambogo University who offered not only their intellectual competence and dedication, but also their friendship during a very intense fieldwork. I also received great support from Ssenyi landing site. Finally, my greatest debt of gratitude is with the communities members of the sites who so sincerely and warmly offered their unmeasured hospitality in their villages and homes. Despite the interruptions that we caused in their daily routines, they shared their experiences and became my partners in research. I hope that this effort may someday soon make a small difference in their very difficult lives. To all these people, I reiterate my sincere thanks and acknowledge their respective contribution to my study. I can guarantee that any errors or misinterpretations found in this report are strictly the fault of the author.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
DECLARATIONi
APPROVALii
DEDICATIONSiii
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTSiv
LIST OF TABLESviii
LIST OF FIGURESix
ABSTRACTx

CHAPTER ONE1
INTRODUCTION1
1.0 Background1
1.1 Problem Statement2
1.2 Purpose of the study2
1.3 Objectives of the study2
1.4 Research Questions3
1.5 Scope of the study3
1.6 Significance of the Study3
1.8 Limitations and solutions4
1.9 Definition of Terms4

CHAPTER TWO5
LITERATURE REVIEW5
2.0 Introduction5
2.1 The contribution of the fishing activities to the wellbeing of people5...
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