Forecasting Malaria Infections in Rwanda Using Arima Model; Case Study of Eastern Province
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Research Paper | Management | Rwanda | Volume 7 Issue 10, October 2018

Forecasting Malaria Infections in Rwanda Using Arima Model; Case Study of Eastern Province

Manishimwe Florent

Generally, the study aimed at assessing the implementation factors affecting performance of persons with disabilities empowerment projects in Rwanda. The study used descriptive research design. The population of this study comprised of 84 members supported by Quick Win project. Data collection was done by requesting permission to the respondent to participate in the survey. The data were collected directly from the respondents by use of questionnaires. This study was descriptive and summarized the characteristics of the respondents, the descriptive statistics involved the use of mean, frequency, percentages and standard deviation about the variables of the study. Since the findings revealed that resources adequacy has positive and strong correlation to the performance of quick Win Project thereafter researcher concluded that there is a statistically significant relationship between resources adequacy and performance of Quin Win Project. The researcher further concluded a significant and positive relationship between detailed project plan and performance of quick win project. By considering the level of significance which is 0.05, the study concluded that detailed project plan has a significant effect on the performance of Quick Win Project because their p-value (0.003) is statistically significant at 5 % level of significance hence a high correlation between detailed project plan and performance of Quick Win Project. The researcher concluded a significant relationship between stakeholders participation and performance of quick win project as the correlation between stakeholders participation and performance of quick win project was at the rate of 0.861 meaning that stakeholder participation influence performance of quick win project at the level of 86, 1 %. By between stakeholder participation and performance of quick win project because their p-value (0.016) is statistically significant at 5 % level of significance. The researcher recommended the project funders and managers to raise and mobilize enough project resources to ensure the performance of their projects. The researcher recommended to the project team to clearly establish the breakdown structures and ensuring that the scope of the project is clear enough to everyone and is not biased. The researcher recommended the project owners to engage all stakeholders in planning process, in implementation process and in evaluation process so as to make sure that the stakeholders expectations are met and well managed and the managers of Quin Win Project should make sure that all materials needed for members of cooperatives from NCPD in their daily activities are available.

Keywords: Project, Project performance, Empowerment and Stakeholder participation

Edition: Volume 7 Issue 10, October 2018

Pages: 1788 - 1793

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Manishimwe Florent, "Forecasting Malaria Infections in Rwanda Using Arima Model; Case Study of Eastern Province", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/search_index_results_paperid.php?id=ART20192383, Volume 7 Issue 10, October 2018, 1788 - 1793

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