The Role of Economic Empowerment Services at the Ministry of Social Development in Improving the Quality of Life for the Poor Palestinians in the Gaza Strip
Keywords:economic empowerment services, quality of life for the poor
The study aimed to identify the role of economic empowerment services at the Ministry of Social Development to improve the quality of life for poor families in the Gaza Strip in the objective dimension (economic, social and health) and in the subjective dimension (adjustment, family compatibility and community integration), where the study was applied to the development directorates of the Ministry of Social Development on a random sample Simple Consisting of (363)single, and the researcher used a questionnaire tool to reach the results of the study, The study reached a number of results, the most important of which are: The contribution of empowerment services to improving the economic, social and health quality of life for families was medium, ranging from 48% to 55.0%. The results of the study also showed that economic empowerment services contributed to achieving adaptation, Compatibility and family independence, in addition to community integration, all of which came in medium rates, ranging from 48% to 63%. In light of the previous results, the current study recommends increasing the expansion of successful small development projects to help heads of families To reduce poverty, as well as to follow up the mechanisms of coordination and cooperation between governmental bodies and private bodies interested in economic empowerment and the development of the functional and administrative apparatus
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