Research Paper | Business Management | Kenya | Volume 9 Issue 4, April 2020
Influence of Baseline Data on Performance of Result Based Monitoring and Evaluation System of Government Projects in Rwanda
Sebaganwa J. | Mulyungi M.P. 
Abstract: This study aims at assessing the influence of baseline data on performance of result-based monitoring and evaluation of Kirehe Watershed Management Project. The study used descriptive research design. The target population was 247 project staff and direct beneficiaries. A sample size of 133 respondents was selected. The research used questionnaire for data collection. Data were analyzed quantitatively using descriptive and inferential statistics. Data presentation was done in forms of table in order to produce meaningful results. The study proved a positive and significant relationship between baseline data and performance of Result-Based Monitoring and Evaluation of Kirehe Watershed Management Project. The correlation analysis (0.739) revealed that performance of results-based monitoring and evaluation is influenced at the level of 73.9 % by baseline data. The study recommends that the managers and coordinators of government funded projects should establish a system that enables the project team and other users to access baseline data so serve as point of reference for their routine activities; that the project team should take into consideration the baseline data and utilize them so that they may achieve the purpose of result-based monitoring and evaluation; and that the ministries and other government institutions should use baseline data as their basis to assess and measure the performance of the projects they are implementing.
Keywords: Baseline data, Project, Monitoring, Evaluation, Results-Based Monitoring and Evaluation System
Edition: Volume 9 Issue 4, April 2020,
Pages: 70 - 73
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