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Title: Management Skills and Poverty Reduction Projects Success in Selected two Non-Governmental Organizations in Bosaso, Puntland, Somalia:
Other Titles: a Case Study of SORERD and DRC
Authors: Ali, Ahmed Abdullahi
Keywords: Management Skills
Poverty Reduction
Projects Success
Non-Governmental Organizations
Issue Date: May-2021
Publisher: Kampala International University, College of Humanities and Social Sciences
Abstract: The study aimed at examining the management skills and poverty reduction projects success for selected non-governmental organizations in Bosaso Puntland, Somalia. Objectively the study sought to; specifically examine the effect of conceptual skills on success of poverty reduction projects in selected DRC and SORERD, determine the effect of human relations skills on success of poverty reduction projects and finally assess the effect of technical skills on success of poverty reduction projects in selected DRC and SORERD in Bosaso. The data was collected both qualitative and quantitatively from 109 respondents through questionnaires and interviews. The study findings indicate that there was a significance effect of conceptual skills on success of poverty reduction projects. Secondly, it also shows a significant effect between human relations skills and success of poverty reduction projects. Thirdly, it shows a significant effect between technical skills and success of poverty reduction projects. The study concludes that improving the conceptual skills can induce projects success in NGOs in Bosaso while the reduction of conceptual skills frustrate success of poverty reduction projects secondly concludes that the human relation skills for the projects are fundamental in inducing the poverty reduction meaning that limited focus on the human relations skills can stifle success of the projects and thirdly the study conclude that technical skills are capable of inducing the success of poverty reduction projects, the study conclude that the technical skills can be improved for efficiency in the success for projects. The study recommend for the enhancement of conceptual skills with proper planning, managerial competence, resource mobilization and mobilization controls by the managerial staff need to be further developed and enhanced. Secondly the study recommend that human relations skills are essential, need to be developed for efficiency, there is need for a focal focus on Human skills (such as social skills, leading, motivation, conflict resolution and communication skills) and thirdly, the study recommend that management skills are essential and need to be developed in facilitating the development for the professional knowledge that is needed for the management efficiency in the organization
Description: A Thesis Report Presented to the College of Humanities and Social Sciences in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for a Master’s Degree of Arts in Project Planning and Management of Kampala International University
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12306/14117
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