Impact Of Project Management Practices On Performance Of Drug Addicts Rehabilitation: A Case Of Mewa Drug Treatment Centre In Mombasa County
Research related to drug dependence and recovery shows that it is necessary to understand the concept of recovery from dependent drug use. The study sought to examine how dependent drug users recover from drug dependency in Mewa Drugs Treatment Centre in Mombasa. It aimed at establishing the effect of training of the care givers; the effects of planning and the effects of monitoring and evaluation on performance of drug addicts rehabilitation project a case study of Mewa drugs treatment Centre in Mombasa Kisauni Sub County. To strengthen the conceptual framework the study used three management theories. The study made use of primary data which was obtained through questionnaires with respondents at the MEWA. The sample size was 30. A modified Likert scale questionnaire was developed divided into three parts. To refine the instrument, a pilot study was carried out. The researcher used Cronbach's alpha to assess the quality and consistency of the study. Analysis was completed using frequency counts, percentages, means and standard deviation, regression, correlation. The information produced was summarized in tabular form. The study recommended that training; policy planning and monitoring & evaluation are among the major project management practices that the rehabilitation project should ensure they are successfully implemented for the benefit of the addicts. The study population comprised of respondents from only one Mombasa based drug addict rehabilitation center. The researcher therefore suggested more studies in different rehabilitations centers to be carried out to try and compare results for consistencies and provide more solutions. The study also suggested that each of the outlined objectives can be researched on independently.
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