Accounting for Social Capital: A Panacea for Project Sustainability in Ebonyi State

Nnachi Robert Azu, Onuoha Ijeoma P


The study titled Accounting for Social Capital: a Panacea for Project sustainability in Ebonyi State seeks to determine whether stakeholders participation in project decision processes impact significantly on projects sustainability, determine the extent of stakeholders participation in selecting public projects in Ebonyi State. . The researcher employed the use of Statistical Programming for the Social Sciences (SPSS) package 17.0 version in the analysis. The statistical techniques for the data collected varied in accordance with the nature of research questions and hypotheses. Tables were designed in line with the responses of the respondents to generate relevant data necessary to answer the research questions. The Spearman’s correlation coefficient was used to test the two hypotheses as postulated. The result revealed that community participation impact significantly on projects sustainability, that stakeholders participation in selecting public projects in Ebonyi State is low. The implication of these finding is that public projects will continue to be unsustainable until the ingredients of social capital becomes very effective in the State.

Key words= Social Capital, Project sustainability, Participation,, Stakeholders, Public.

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