FUNDING COMMITMENTS, LEADERSHIP STYLES AND COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION ON THE PERFORMANCE OF NGOs’ SUPPORTED PROJECTS IN KENYA (A CASE STUDY OF SNV NORTHERN KENYA PORTFOLIO)
MWONGELA, DORCUS M
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The ultimate object of this research work was to investigate the influence of funding commitments, leadership styles and community participation on the performance of NGOs’ funded projects. The study hypothesizes that these factors significantly influence performance of NGO funded projects in Kenya. The study was carried out in SNV Northern Kenya Portfolio branch in Nanyuki, Laikipia County. There was a research question relating to each specific objective. The study adopted a cross sectional research design. The target population was 448 subjects comprised of employees of SNV Northern Kenya Portfolio branch in Nanyuki and members of community based organizations being supported by the NGO. The researcher applied stratified simple random sampling technique to select an appropriate sample for the study. The main data collection instrument was a semi structured questionnaire. Data collection was undertaken by use of a semi structured questionnaire. The study was undertaken from March to August 2019. The research saw that 78% of the respondent greatly agrees that funding commitments, leadership styles and community participation on the performance of NGOs’ supported projects in Kenya. 70% agrees that most of NGO’s project collapses due to lack of finance commitment while only 50% agreed that it only leadership style which lead to collapse of the NGO’s projects and 45% rate community participation as driver for success of NGO’s projects.