Effectiveness of the Training Conducted by Women Institutions on the Empowerment of Palestinian Woman Economically from the Beneficiaries Points of View

Program: 
Year: 
2014
Discussion Committee: 
Dr.Majeed Mansour/supervisor
Dr.Sameh Atout/co-suprvisor
Dr.Atteyah Musleh/external examienr
Dr. Suhiel Salhah/internal examiner
Supervisors: 
Dr.Majeed Mansour/supervisor
Dr.Sameh Atout/co-suprvisor
Authors: 
Tamam Jameel Omar Draghmeh
Abstract: 
This study aimed at identifying the effectiveness of introduced training by women institutions on the empowerment of Palestinian woman economically from the beneficiaries points of view. In addition to show the differences in their points of view about training effectiveness due to the variables of woman job, age, educational level and number of training workshops. The population of study consisted of all beneficiaries women which joined the training introduced by the women institutions in North of West Bank and their number is (1228). The researcher selected a stratified random sample consisted of (265) beneficiaries women. To achieve the study aim, the researcher prepared a questionnaire based on literature and related studies. The questionnaire validity was achieved by a panel of referees. The reliability coefficients was computed by Cronbach Alpha equation. The reliability coefficient was (0.944). Data were analyzed using the Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) with T-test and ANOVA. The study revealed the following results: First: There is a high degree of the effectiveness of introduced training by women institutions on the empowerment of Palestinian woman economically as it achieved mean of (4.01) and standard deviation (0.46). Second: There are no significant differences at the level (α = 0.05) between the means of study sample responses toward the effectiveness of introduced training by women institutions on the empowerment of Palestinian woman economically due to the variables of woman job, age, educational level and number of training workshops. Accordingly to the findings of the study results, the researcher recommended a set of recommendations, including the necessity of building training programs in the economical empowerment for woman as this study results showed a high effect of economical empowerment. The work of increasing the training workshops on economic planning among women as it may contribute in strengthening her economic empowerment.
Full Text: 
Pages Count: 
93
Status: 
Published