Factors Influencing Performance Of The United Nations Development Programme Somalia: A Case Study Of Capacity Development programme
This study examined the factors influencing performance of the capacity development projects by the UNDP in Somalia. Specifically the study sought to establish how donor conditions, stakeholder involvement, monitoring and evaluation, organizational structure and project leadership influences performance of the capacity development programmes. This study adopted descriptive design and targeted 50 employees of the UNDP Somalia who are directly or indirectly involved in the implementation of the programmes. This was also the sample size which was determined through census sampling technique and the primary data collected using structured questionnaires. The data was then analyzed using SPSS version 20 and presented in tables. The results of the study concluded that donors determine the use of funds, stakeholders are highly involved in implementation, there is a functional M&E department, leaders are empowered to make decisions and possess negation skills especially with donors. The findings of the study therefore recommended that donors should be involved at early stages of developing programme work plans, team building activities should be there to motivate staff and project leaders should also have project planning and management besides their technical skills.
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