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Creating Job Opportunity by Providing Day Old Chicken and Vertical Vegetable for Disabled Family as a Model for Community in Bacho Bore Kebele, Jimma Town, Ethiopia

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Developmental Team Training Program (DTTP) is a component of Community Based Education (CBE) which is educational philosophy of Jimma University implemented by post graduate programs (PG) by creating a team having different disciplines, and then the team exposed for two months in a community. In accordance we have done DTTP project in Bacho Bore kebele of Jimma town on prioritized problem which was accessibility creating job opportunity for disable youth; with the general objective to create job opportunity for Disabled group in the Community by providing a day old Chicken and vertical vegetation in Bacho bore Kebele, Jimma Town. Information was been collected on constraints in poultry production in the study area revealed that lack of their own job opportunity because this family is disabled and lack of knowledge on modern day old chicken rearing on small land. Therefore, building the capacity of youth, disabled group and communities through training and structuring scientific base was the main goal of this project. Two hundred (200) day old Chickens and vertical vegetable were provided to the disabled family as his own job opportunity and for the sources of livelihood. Therefore, we suggested that Jimma University should go and intervene in the communities who are disabled and poor persons around this to improve their livelihood through DTTP of post- graduate as well as Community Based Training Program (CBTP) of under graduate.

DOI 10.11648/ijsmit.20241001.11
Published in International Journal of Sustainability Management and Information Technologies (Volume 10, Issue 1, June 2024)
Page(s) 1-11
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Keywords

Chicken, Disabled Family, DTTP, Intervention

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    Wakgari G, Jabessa D, Tessoo Z, Gagabo SY. Creating Job Opportunity by Providing Day Old Chicken and Vertical Vegetable for Disabled Family as a Model for Community in Bacho Bore Kebele, Jimma Town, Ethiopia. Int J Sustain Manag Inf Technol. 2024;10(1):1-11. doi: 10.11648/ijsmit.20241001.11

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  • College of Agriculture and Natural Resource Management, Bonga University, Bonga, Ethiopia

  • Collage of Agriculture Natural Resource Management, Dembidolo University, Dembidolo, Ethiopia

  • Collage of Agriculture Natural Resource Management, Dembidolo University, Dembidolo, Ethiopia

  • College of Natural and Computational Science, Bonga University, Bonga, Ethiopia

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