Impact of Monitoring & Evaluation System on Disaster Preparedness & Response in Communities Around Refugees Tanzania.

Mughamba, Emmanuel Z. (2020) Impact of Monitoring & Evaluation System on Disaster Preparedness & Response in Communities Around Refugees Tanzania. Masters thesis, The Open University of Tanzania.

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The research study examined the impacts of Monitoring & Evaluation system on Disaster Preparedness & Response in communities around refugees in Tanzania. The study had three (3) specific objectives which hinge/articulate on monitoring and evaluation with a logical framework tool whether it is; one, adequate; two, effective; three, through IPs, impacts the DPR in communities around refugees. The study adopted one theory known as right based theory’ (refer subsection 2.3), which was relevant in maintaining good human right(s) and sustainability of good governance that ensured the wellbeing of mankind. The study focused on the use of the M&E logical frame work as the approach to be used to reduce or combat disaster issues. Research Methodology included different methods and instruments used in data collection; respectively in: study area and its characteristics; research design including population and sampling frame; research steps and process; and lastly ethical issues and limitations. The study noted factors that impacted community around refugees’ camps through IPs services to DPR programs/projects. Primary data were collected through interviews; and analyzed using descriptive statistics and Likert scaled variables were analyzed by means of Statistical Package for Social Science Version 20. The study was based on explorative design. Conclusion is that M&E with LF is a potential (adequate and effective) and sensitive tool to all programmatic aspects for programs and projects including governance; and more so in the ‘Disaster Preparedness and Response (DPR) aspects; and recommends to the community, organizations including UN bodies, government and offices to use it. Keywords: Impact, Monitoring and Evaluation, Disaster Preparedness & Response.

Item Type: Thesis (Masters)
Subjects: 600 Technology > 658 Gerneral management
Divisions: Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences > Department of Economics
Depositing User: Mr Habibu Kazimzuri
Date Deposited: 04 May 2021 08:52
Last Modified: 04 May 2021 08:52

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