Monitoring And Evaluation Practices And Challenges of HIV/AIDS Projects In Tanzania: A Case of Wamata

Deogratias, Lilian (2020) Monitoring And Evaluation Practices And Challenges of HIV/AIDS Projects In Tanzania: A Case of Wamata. Masters thesis, The Open University of Tanzania.

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The study examines Monitoring and Evaluation Practices and Challenges of HIV/Aids Projects in Tanzania: A Case of WAMATA. The study focused on the following objectives; to identify the nature of activities carried out on the HIV/AIDS projects implemented by local NGOs, to examine if monitoring and evaluation of HIV/AIDS projects in local NGOs was done effectively, to Identify the challenges faced by local NGOs in the monitoring and evaluation of the HIV/AIDS projects and to recommend for best practices in monitoring and evaluation of HIV/AIDS projects. The study was targeting 65 respondents from WAMATA Dar es Salaam, their clients and other stakeholders and the responses rate was 92.3%. The study used focus group discussions, interviews and direct observation to collect primary data and literature reviews to collect secondary data. Data analysis was done through SPSS statistical package, thematic and content analysis methods. Study findings analyses comprised of percentages and frequencies and then presented in tables, pie charts and histograms. The study’s main findings are; that the majority of respondents were aware of the activities carried out by the organization; NGOs use different techniques of M&E system and practices for their projects; The importance of having an M&E plan for best M&E practice and that organization officials had no frequent home visiting to clients. This study recommends that NGOs should employ well qualified M&E officers to undertake monitoring and evaluation activities and conducting in-service M&E training to provide organization’s staff with M&E skills and knowledge. Projects staffs should always adhere to their professional code of ethics to enable sustainable participation of the service users as well as searching for financial aid to ensure the availability of fund for effective M&E practice.

Item Type: Thesis (Masters)
Subjects: 300 Social Sciences > 330 Economics
Divisions: Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences > Centre for Economics and Community Economic Development
Depositing User: Mr. Administrator OUT
Date Deposited: 23 Nov 2020 09:16
Last Modified: 08 Mar 2021 06:20

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