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Research Paper | Accounting | Rwanda | Volume 7 Issue 11, November 2018
Effect of Planning Practices on the Successful Completion of Projects in Rwanda - A Case of Lake Victoria Water and Sanitation Project in Kayonza District
Nyirabeza Marie Jeanne | Dr. Patrick Mulyungi 
Abstract: In developing countries national and regional governments, local and international NGOs and other concerned organizations invest large sums every year for the implementation of rural water supply projects. In Rwanda in 2013 the then called EWSA institution there were notable delays of over 24 months in completion of a project called Gishoma Peat Power project and Water supply to the power plant was not yet completed which imply that REG had to provide generators for CIMERWA to be used by the factory following the delay in completion of that power plant. The power plant was funded by a loan from Bank of Kigali of USD 30, 900, 000 Frw 19, 500, 000, 000) at interest rate of 15 % per annum. Repayment of this loan was expected to be funded from power sales proceeds from September 2014. The general objective of this study was to assess the effect of planning practices on successful completion of water supply project. This research used the descriptive survey design; this is a survey of people who have had practical experience with the problem to be studied. The study was carried out in Lake Victoria water and sanitation project in Kayonza district. The study targeted 93 people made out by people from government official from the ministries related to the project, program management unit, and town program team and from multi stakeholders forum; all of this people have participated in project planning. This study was used questionnaire and interprets for themselves while interviewer administration was applicable to respondents who preferred that the interviewer reads, interpret and record their responses. The model has a coefficient of determination (R2) of.713. This means that 71.3 % of variation of M & E influence by the variation of sanitation project. The level of significance is 0.05. this means that there is almost zero chances over one thousand that the model as a whole can be removed from predictors without affecting the project completion success. This indicates that there was a statistically significant effect of planning practices on Project completion success in Kayonza District. Multiple regression analysis was conducted to investigate the statistical effect of M & E planning and stakeholder involvement on the successful project completion in Rwanda. Based on the findings of the study, the researcher concludes that, the sources allocation, M & E influence the successful completion of water supply project in Kayonza District. This study sought to establish the effect of planning practices on successful project completion in Rwanda. The managers and others person involved in project management must consider with a high weight the resource planning activities given the fact that it is an important factor of successful project completion.
Keywords: Effect of Planning Practices on the Successful Completion of Projects in Rwanda - A Case of Lake Victoria Water and Sanitation Project in Kayonza District
Edition: Volume 7 Issue 11, November 2018,
Pages: 625 - 628
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