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Type Thesis or Dissertation - Master of Arts
Title Influence of donor funding on implementation of HIV/AIDS projects by local NGOS in Mukuru slums, Nairobi county, Kenya
Publication (Day/Month/Year) 2015
URL http://erepository.uonbi.ac.ke/bitstream/handle/11295/95279/Mwaniki Project Report.pdf?sequence=1
Even though HIV/AIDS prevalence is said to have stabilized, the rate of new infections is still
high, hence a renewed call to focus on prevention efforts by all stakeholders. This study aimed at
investigating the influence donors have on implementation of HIV/AIDS projects that are
implemented by local NGOs. To achieve this, a descriptive survey was carried out in twelve
local NGOs that implemented HIV/AIDS projects in Mukuru slams in Nairobi. The target
population was 246 people, a 10% sample was drawn from this sample frame giving a sample
size of 25 respondents. The researcher used both closed and open ended questionnaires as the
primary data collection instruments. A content analysis and descriptive analysis was employed to
analyze the data collected and content analysis used to analyze the respondents’ views. The
findings of the study indicated that 92% of the donors have a direct influence on the type of
project to be implemented. Community involvement was reported to be key with 89% saying
that they community should be involved. 55% of the respondents said that there should be
capacity building of all stakeholders for the success of the project, while 55% of the respondents
said that effective monitoring and evaluation system is key. In conclusion this study would
recommend that the NGOs management board closely monitor the use of the donor money used
to implement HIV/AIDS project to avoid mismanagement and the board comes up with a
mechanism to ensure that there is a buy in of the implemented project by the benefiting
community for sustainability of the project. The capacity of all the stakeholders should also be
effectively built for their greater involvement and for there to be a strong monitoring and
evaluation system.

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