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Research Paper | Accounting | Rwanda | Volume 7 Issue 10, October 2018
Efficiency of Monitoring and Evaluation Approaches on Project Performance in Rwanda; A Case Study Non-Government Organizations in Gasabo District
Kezakimana Pauline | Dr. Patrick Mulyungi 
Abstract: This Research was conducted to examine the efficiency of monitoring and evaluation approaches on project performance in Rwanda. The case study was carried out in NGOs based in Gasabo District. The objective of this study was to establish to which extend status assessment, logical framework, performance evaluation and internal audit influence project performance. This study employed a descriptive survey research design and targeted 72 respondents and a sample of 61 respondents of the target population was considered. Simple random sampling technique method was used and primary data was collected through the use of questionnaires. A pilot study was conducted to pretest the validity and reliability of instruments for data collection. The research supervisors opinion was obtained to ensure content validity of the research instrument. The data was analyzed using SPSS and presented using frequency tables to facilitate comparisons and conclusions. Data collected was analyzed and interpreted based on the identified independent and dependent variable. Data were analyzed using multiple regression to establish if there was a significance between dependent variable, project performance against independent variables, status assessment, logical framework, Performance Evaluation and Internal audits. The study revealed that these independent variables played an important role in determining the project performance. M & E approaches are important for performance of any project. The role of status Assessment, logical framework, performance evaluation and internal audits leaves only 26.1 percent unexplained. The P- value of 0.000 (Less than 0.05) implies that the model of M & E approaches influencing project performance is significant at the 95 % confidence level. The researcher concluded that there is need to evaluate other M & E approaches which contribute to project performance.
Keywords: Rwanda, Accounting, Gasabo District
Edition: Volume 7 Issue 10, October 2018,
Pages: 1489 - 1492