Assessment of the Effectiveness of Monitoring and Evaluation Systems on NGOs Projects Sustainability in Tanzania

Matyoko, Peter Andrea (2019) Assessment of the Effectiveness of Monitoring and Evaluation Systems on NGOs Projects Sustainability in Tanzania. Masters thesis, The Open University of Tanzania.

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This study aimed at assessing the effectiveness of Monitoring and Evaluation Systems on sustainability of Projects in Tanzania. The study was guided by the few research objectives including; To determine the effectiveness of Information management systems, utilization of monitoring and evaluation findings, availability of competent monitoring and evaluation experts and assessment of effective stakeholders engagement in project M&E activities towards influencing projects sustainability in Tanzania. The researcher used descriptive research design in the study. The researcher realized a positive correlation on having an information management systems and sustainability of NGOs projects. There was also a slight positive correlation on utilization of monitoring and evaluation findings on sustainability of NGO’s projects. And lastly, it was noted that there is a positive correlation on effective stakeholder’s engagement in monitoring and evaluating project activities on NGOs project sustainability. Four recommendations have been forwarded by the researcher: Firstly, there is a necessity for non-governmental organizations to develop very comprehensive, information management systems, Non-governmental Organizations in Tanzania should consider having initial studies conducted in participatory manner with project beneficiaries before implementation of project. All non-governmental organizations running development projects in Tanzania should ensure they employ at least some staff with expertise in M&E domain an lastly, the researcher recommends that, Non-governmental organizations in Tanzania should ensure that there is adequate involvement of all stakeholders in all cycles of project management.

Item Type: Thesis (Masters)
Subjects: 600 Technology > 658 Gerneral management
Divisions: Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences > Centre for Economics and Community Economic Development
Depositing User: Mr. Administrator OUT
Date Deposited: 26 Nov 2020 10:48
Last Modified: 26 Nov 2020 10:48

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