Project Topic on PROPER MONITORING OF GOVERNMENT PROGRAMS AND THEIR PERFOMANCE IN UGANDA CASE STUDY NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL ADVISORY SERVICES IN NDORWA SUB COUNTY KABALE DISTRICT

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The research examined the relationship between proper monitoring of NAADs programs and itsperformance in Ndorwa Subcounty in Kabale district. The study was guided by three objectives that is to say; To examine the relationship between proper monitoring of NAADS programs and its Performance in Ndorwa Sub county Kabale district., To establish the challenges facing monitoring of NAADS programs in Ndorwa Sub county Kabale District. And To establish the solutions to the challenges faced during the monitoring of NAADS Programs in Ndorwa sub county Kabale District. The study employed a case-study research design where both qualitative and quantitative data was collected involving careful and in-depth investigation of a particular unit or event under study for purposes of generalization. The research used questionnaire as the main data collection instrument whith was given to 132 Sample of respondents selected from 200 people in Ndorwa sub county in Kabale district. The study used random sampling and purposive sampling to select the reliable sample for the research.The findings showed that there is significant role of monitoring of NAADS projects and its performance. The findings showed that majority of the respondents were not sure if the programs of NAADS are effectively implemented however some of the respondents 34.1% reported that the programs are highly monitored. It was found out that participatory monitoring as the main form of program monitoring and evaluation. It was found out that that development of farmers groups is one of implementation methods used by NAADS. Farmers are argued to participate in the formation of farmers’ groups. It was found out that corruption was the biggest challenges in NAADS, as reported by the majority. Majority of the people in office misuse the organization funds and resources in un ethical way. The researcher recommended that there is need for increased beneficiary participation in NAADS programme implementation particularly at the lower level. Beneficiaries right from the group level need to get involved in all the activities of the programme including planning,identifying their needs, and selecting their own favorite enterprises, while the farmers’ forum,sub-county technical staff and extension workers play an advisory role.

VI I

TABLE OF CONTENTS

DECLARATION

APPROVAL ii

DEDICATION

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

LIST OF TABLES

LIST OF FIGURES

ABSTRACT Vii

CHAPTER ONE 1

INTRODUCTION 1

1.1 Back ground of the study 1

1.2 Statement of the Problem 4

1.3 Purpose of the study 4

1.4 Objectives of the study 4

1 .5 Research Questions

1.6 Scope of the study

Time scope

1.7 Significance of the study

1.8 Conceptual frame work 6

1 .9 Operational definitions 7

CHAPTER TWO 8

LITERATURE REVIEW 8

2.1 The relationship between proper monitoring of NAADS programs and its Performance 8

2.2The challenges facing monitoring of NAADS Programs in Kabaale District 11

2.3 The solutions to the challenges of monitoring of NAADS programs in Kabale 14

CHAPTER THREE 16

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 16

3.1 Research Design 16

3.2 Population of the study 16

VIII

3.3 Sample size and selection. 16

3.4 Sample selection 17

3.5 Data collection Methods and Instruments 17

3.6 Validity and Reliability 18

3,7 Data analysis 18

3.8 Ethical considerations 19

3.9 Limitations

CHAPTER FOUR 21

DATA PRESENTATION, ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION 21

4.1 Demographic Characteristics of Respondents 21

4.2 Relationships between proper monitoring of NAADS programs in its performance 23

4.2.2 The forms of monitoring NAADS programs 25

4.2.3 Program implementation program 26

4.3 The challenges facing proper monitoring of NAADS in its programs 28

4.4 Solutions to the challenges facing monitoring of NAADS programs 31

CHAPTER FIVE 33

SUMMARY OF FiNDINGS, CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS 33

5.0 Introduction 33

5.1 Discussions of findings 33

5.2 Conclusion 36

5.3 Recommendations 37

5.4 Areas of further research 39

References 40

APPENDIX 43

QUESTIONNAIRE 43

PROPER MONITORING OF GOVERNMENT PROGRAMS AND THEIR PERFOMANCE IN UGANDA CASE STUDY NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL ADVISORY SERVICES IN NDORWA SUB COUNTY KABALE DISTRICT
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    Type Project
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    Project ID PUB0862
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