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Journal of Development and Agricultural Economics
Rural youth and women are the major victims of poverty caused by deprivation. As a group, they lack access to land, financial capital and participation in decision processes in the family and community levels. One way of overcoming this challenge is through the formation of cooperative societies. As cooperative societies are saddled with the responsibility of providing needs to their members and enhance the quality of their member's livelihoods, they are however, lacking the financial muscle indoi:10.5897/jdae2018.0932 fatcat:idag7gsry5atrgychqde6gqdkq