The influence of human capacity for M&E on the performance of M&E systems of NGOs in Juba, South Sudan

  • Dr. J. M. O. Tukei Uganda Technology and Management University
  • Lyn Tukei Makerere University
  • Charity Delmus Alupo University College Dublin
  • Oryem Joseph Peter Achire Uganda Technology and Management University
Keywords: M&E, Human Capacity, Performance, NGOs, Juba, South Sudan

Abstract

The skills and competence of the project team is considered to be one of the crucial factors influencing project implementation success. The more experienced and skilled the team, the lesser the time and other resources are spent on ensuring smooth rollouts with minimal errors; experienced teams also have good contingency and risk management plans for successful (Wong & Tein, 2007). This paper established the influence of human capacity for M&E on the performance of M&E systems of NNGOs in Juba, South Sudan. The study was conducted on a sample of 60 respondents from NGOs in Juba, South Sudan.  Both qualitative and quantitative data was collected and analyzed. A regression analysis indicated insignificant relationship between human capacity for M&E and the performance of M&E system with coefficient of 0.030 and p vale of 0.873 level of significance. The study concluded that organizations should constantly do capacity building to their project staff through trainings, seminars or workshops so as to have a clear understanding of different approaches and the tools used in monitoring and evaluation.

Published
2021-07-01
How to Cite
Tukei, D. J. M. O., Tukei, L., Alupo, C. D., & Peter Achire, O. J. (2021). The influence of human capacity for M&E on the performance of M&E systems of NGOs in Juba, South Sudan. International Journal of Technology and Management, 6(1), 1-10. Retrieved from https://utamu.ac.ug/ijotm/index.php/ijotm/article/view/87
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