Participatory Project Practices and Performance of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Projects: a Case of Polish Humanitarian Action Project in Banaadir Region, Somalia
Azmi, Abdirahman A
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The influence of participatory project on performance of water, sanitation and hygiene projects: a case of a case of Polish Humanitarian Action project in Banaadir6 region, Somalia was explored in this inquiry. More specifically, the study focused on participatory project resource allocation; participatory project monitoring; participatory project control; and participatory project communication in relation to water, sanitation and hygiene projects: a case of a case of Polish Humanitarian Action project in Banaadir region, Somalia. The ladder theory of participation provided anchorage to the study. Descriptive correlational survey design was adopted targeting 45 staff from Polish Humanitarian Action project and census was used. Primary data was collected using questionnaire and the analysis was done descriptively and inferentially. The study was expected to contribute to the current academic debate and discourse regarding participatory project implementation practices. The findings were that participatory project resource allocation (β=0.388, p<0.05), participatory project communication (β=.333, p<0.05), participatory project control (β=0.318, p<0.05) and participatory project monitoring (β=.108, p<0.05) were significant. It was concluded that participatory project implementation and performance Polish Humanitarian Action project are connected to each other in significant terms. It was recommended that project managers of the water, sanitation and hygiene projects in Banaadir region Somalia should diversify their sources of finances and invest in talented and qualified project staff to enhance performance of their projects. The monitoring and evaluation officers of the water, sanitation and hygiene projects in Banaadir region Somalia need to undertake a participatory approach to monitoring of their projects. The cost and quality control managers of the water, sanitation and hygiene projects in Banaadir region Somalia should embrace best industry practices when it comes to project control. The public relations officer working for to water, sanitation and hygiene projects in Banaadir region Somalia should establish clear channels of communication to facilitate the flow of information fort ease of coordination of activities.
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