Factors Affecting Application Of Results Based Monitoring And Evaluation System By Nurture

ABSTRACT

Donor countries are concerned about development practices in the developing countries where

much of the financial and technical investment has been done with little change. One of the

causes the donors identified was under-reporting of project impact on people’s lives. The donors

resolved during the Paris Declaration of 2005 that development organizations should use resultsbased

management approach to implement projects. The purpose of the study was to examine

factors affecting the application of Results Based Monitoring and Evaluation system by Nurture

Africa. The research study used a mixed method to collect data from 40 sampled respondents.

These included surveys, key informative interviews and document review of M&E tools. Out of

38 respondents, most (37%) disagreed that Nurture Africa management provides capacity

building for staff in M&E. There was however a significant number of respondents (31.5%) who

agreed that management provided capacity building for staff in M&E. The majority of the

respondents (52.6%) disagreed and 10.5% strongly disagreed that Nurture Africa management

allocated sufficient funds for M&E activities. The highest percentage (60.5%) of the respondents

interviewed disagreed that Nurture Africa staff possessed M&E skills and experience. Close to

37 (36.8%) of the respondents interviewed, disagreed that Nurture Africa conducted a baseline

for every project, while 26.3% agreed and 21.1% strongly agreed that Nurture Africa always

conducted baseline studies. Only 15.8% percent of the participants were not sure whether

Nurture Africa conducts baseline studies. It was concluded that management support,

organizational capacity as well as utilization of baseline information affected the capacity of

Nurture Africa staff to report project outcomes and impact. The study recommended that Nurture

Africa should invest in capacity building for staff in RBM&E; allocate 5-10% of funds of every

project for M&E; conduct baseline and utilize findings.

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APA

Kasule, J (2021). Factors Affecting Application Of Results Based Monitoring And Evaluation System By Nurture. Afribary. Retrieved from https://afribary.com/works/factors-affecting-application-of-results-based-monitoring-and-evaluation-system-by-nurture

MLA 8th

Kasule, Joseylee "Factors Affecting Application Of Results Based Monitoring And Evaluation System By Nurture" Afribary. Afribary, 07 May. 2021, https://afribary.com/works/factors-affecting-application-of-results-based-monitoring-and-evaluation-system-by-nurture. Accessed 21 Apr. 2024.

MLA7

Kasule, Joseylee . "Factors Affecting Application Of Results Based Monitoring And Evaluation System By Nurture". Afribary, Afribary, 07 May. 2021. Web. 21 Apr. 2024. < https://afribary.com/works/factors-affecting-application-of-results-based-monitoring-and-evaluation-system-by-nurture >.

Chicago

Kasule, Joseylee . "Factors Affecting Application Of Results Based Monitoring And Evaluation System By Nurture" Afribary (2021). Accessed April 21, 2024. https://afribary.com/works/factors-affecting-application-of-results-based-monitoring-and-evaluation-system-by-nurture