Effect of Training on the Achievement of National Government Constituency Development Fund Projects: A Survey of Kapenguria Constituency in West Pokot County

Rael Lagat, Elizabeth Nambuswa Makokha, Gregory S. Namusonge


The purpose of the study was to analyze the effect of training on the achievement of National Government constituency development fund projects. The study was guided by the;   theory of change, Stakeholders theory and Equity theory. The research design used was the descriptive survey research design with the target population being the fund manager, constituency development fund committee members, the project management committee members and the National Government constituency development fund employees totaling to 139 respondents. Sample size formula of 30% of the target population was used to arrive at a sample size 42 respondents. The study used structured questionnaires as data collection instruments using Likert scale technique. The data was analyzed by the regression tools and ANOVA using the Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) version 22. Both correlation coefficient and regression analysis and the ANOVA test were established in order to statistically determine the relationship between the independent variables and dependent variable. The findings showed that the regression effect was statistically significant and indicated a reliable prediction of the dependent variable. The F calculated (F =3.859) which was greater than 5% level of significance that showed the overall model was significant where the independent variables explained 53.5% of the achievement of the NGCDF projects in Kapenguria constituency. The study was significant to Kapenguria constituency development fund  management and committees as well as the stakeholders as it gave insights on determinants of monitoring and evaluation function in the achievement of NGCDF projects. Secondly, since there has been no research conducted on the same in the constituency, it  was to add to the body of knowledge and help the monitoring and evaluation team  to come up with a framework  which can be replicated in other constituencies.

Keywords: Training, Monitoring and Evalualion,  and Achievement.

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