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Title: An assessment of the monitoring and evaluation system of the rural sector project, Rwanda (a case study of Ruhengeri District)
Authors: Ntagugura, Bella
.R.
Keywords: Monitoring
Evaluation system
Rural
Projects
Rwanda
Issue Date: Aug-2007
Publisher: Kampala International University, College of Humanities and Social Sciences
Abstract: The study was carried out on the assessment of the monitoring and evaluation system of RSSP Ruhengeri District, District. The research problem was that there was slackness, faults and deficiencies in its implementation. The research objectives that guided the study included identifying the roles of monitoring and evaluation, establishing the accuracy of information gathered and assessing the relevancy of the Monitoring and evaluation system of RSSP. The methods used were simple random sampling to avoid bias and purposive sampling of key stakeholders to get reliable data. The instruments used were focus group discussion guides, questionnaires and perusal of secondary data. The monitoring and evaluation system of RSSP has roles which are significant in ensuring efficiency and effectiveness of project activities; the analysis and dissemination of data gathered by RSSP’s monitoring and evaluation system is inadequate leading to inaccuracy of information given; the RSSP monitoring and evaluation system is quite relevant given the high motivation among stake holders and the increased productivity level. The monitoring and evaluation system of RSSP is the epicentre for entrepreneurship and development by the beneficiaries. The staff should be motivated continuously to perform their roles which were found to be significant for project success; the accuracy of information given had gaps to be filled and the relevancy of monitoring and evaluation system of RSSP was enhanced by participatory process of decision making that gave rise to increased investment and savings by the beneficiaries. The monitoring and evaluation technical staff should strengthen their roles which were found to be significant to the project success; accessibility to accurate information by key stakeholders of the project should be improved and to promote relevancy and sustainability; bottom-up planning, teamwork and regular focused feedback should be enhanced.
Description: A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Award for the Degree of Master Of Arts in Project Planning and Management of Kampala International University
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12306/10145
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