Financial Monitoring and Evaluation on Financial Sustainability of Public Governance Non-Governmental Organizations in Nairobi County, Kenya

By Veronica Chelangat, Paul K Sang (PhD)

September, 2018


The study sought to establish the effect of financial monitoring and evaluation on financial sustainability of public governance NGOs in Nairobi County. The study was guided by agency theory. The study adopted descriptive research design. The collected data was analyzed using both quantitative and qualitative data analysis methods. SPSS was used for data entry, descriptive analysis, reliability analysis, correlation analysis and multiple regression analysis. Data was collected by use of questionnaires and analyzed using descriptive statistics and inferential statistics. The study established that the financial monitoring and evaluation (r=0.597, p<0.05) had positive and significant effect on NGO financial sustainability. The study concluded that high number of NGOs were not sustainable a problem which could be addressed through NGOs improving their monitoring and evaluation practices. The study recommended that the management of NGOs to work towards improving monitoring and evaluation practices with aim of enhancing financial sustainability of the NGOs.

Key Words: Financial Monitoring and Evaluation, Financial Sustainability, Public Governance Non-Governmental Organizations, Nairobi County, Kenya

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