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|Title:||Working capital management and performance of nongovernmental organizations in Uganda a case study of save the child Kampala|
save the child
|Publisher:||Kampala International University, College of Economics and Management|
|Abstract:||The study was about the working capital management and performance of non government organizations in Uganda using save the child as the case study. The study was guided by the following objectives; to find out ways of expanding access to health care and reducing on the spread of HIV I AIDS, to identify the ways of improving the quality and access to primary school education and to examine the ways of exploiting skills and talents in each child. The research design comprised of a combination of both quantitative and qualitative research design that were employed. Simple random sampling was used to determine the sample size. A sample size of 30 employees was considered, primary data was collected by the use of questionnaires and the interview guide which focused on the research questions. Secondary data was got from journal reports and internet plus text books which are in relation to the study objectives. Data entered into excel was presented by the use of frequency tables. Data analyzed was also presented by use of statistics. In conclusion, the study assessed the role of working capital management and the performance of non-government organizations using save the child as the case study. The three objectives that guided the study related to finding out ways of expanding access to health care and reducing on the spread of HIV I AIDS, to identify the ways of improving the quality and access to primary school education, and lastly to examine the ways of exploiting skills and talents in each child. Recommendations Operators of non-government organizations need to ensure efficiency in their working capital management for essential decision making and organizational growth. This can be ensured by proper or efficient working capital of an organization.|
|Description:||A dissertation submitted to the College of Applied Economics and Management Sciences in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the award of the Degree of Bachelors in Business Administration with Specialization in Banking and Finance of Kampala International University|
|Appears in Collections:||Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)|
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