alexa Stakeholders’ Capacity Building and Participation in Monitoring and Evaluation of Urban Water Supply and Health Projects

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Stakeholders’ Capacity Building and Participation in Monitoring and Evaluation of Urban Water Supply and Health Projects

Across the world there is a growing recognition in development that M&E of community-based development projects should be participatory. As institutions become more inclusive in project planning and implementation, then questions of the capacity of stakeholders to measures results and defines success of community projects has become critical. Project capacity building is defined as process by which communities and other project stakeholders increase their capacity to perform project functions, solve problems, define and achieve project objectives and enhance sustainable development. Langran also defined capacity building as the ability of project initiators to strengthen the capacities of local communities at the periphery through resource allocation (financial, human, social and material), technical education, skill training and organizational support. Read more....

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