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Title: Project management and success of Somali national identification system (SNIS) project, Mogadishu
Authors: Muktar, Ahmed Mohamed
Keywords: Project management
Somali national identification system (SNIS) p
Mogadishu
Issue Date: Aug-2021
Publisher: Kampala International University, college of Humanities and Social Sciences
Abstract: This study sought to examine the effect of project management and success of Somali National Identification System (SNIS) Project in Mogadishu, Somalia, with the following specific objectives (i.) to assess the effect of project monitoring and evaluation and success of Somali National Identification System (SNIS) Project in Mogadishu, Somalia, (ii) to establish the effect of project risk management and success of Somali National Identification System (SNIS) Project in Mogadishu, Somalia, and (iii) to assess the effect of stakeholder involvement and success of Somali National Identification System (SNIS) Project in Mogadishu, Somalia. This study was guided by the Theory of Constraints (TOC) developed by Goldratt (1990). This study adopted correlational research design. The study used both questionnaires and interview and the main Research Instruments. From the study findings It was found out that 20(18.2%) of the respondents disagreed with the statement that “Project monitoring and evaluation is activity seen as a donor requirement rather than a management tool”. The findings offered above give the impression that since majority of respondents agreed with the statement thus it means that monitoring and evaluation help the project management in boost the success of the project. From study findings from the first objective the results showed that there is a positive the effect of Project monitoring and evaluation and success of Somali National Identification System (SNIS) Project in Mogadishu, Somalia. (r = 0. 972). More on the second objective the results showed that (r = 0. 958). The sig. value for the correlation was also given as 0.000 which is less than 0.05. Based on these findings, the researcher rejected the null hypothesis, upheld its alternative and therefore concluded that there is a statistically significant positive the effect of Project risk management and success of Somali National Identification System (SNIS) Project in Mogadishu, Somalia. However from the third objective the results showed that there is a positive the effect of Stakeholder involvement and success of Somali National Identification System (SNIS) Project in Mogadishu, Somalia. (r = 0. 918), thus concluded that there is a statistically significant positive the effect of Stakeholder involvement and success of Somali National Identification System (SNIS) Project in Mogadishu, Somalia. From the study findings and conclusion the study went further to recommend that the national and county governments should consider developing a monitoring and evaluation policy and regulatory framework. This will ensure that project is monitored and evaluated on regular basis. The study further recommended that project contractors and managers should consider putting in place a team of experts to identify, analyze and mitigate project risks. Further, the study recommends that government should consider putting in place a legal framework to ensure that contractors who do shoddy work are not paid until they deliver a quality project. The study also recommended that the organization success metrics recently developed in other research works like benefit to end users, benefit to national infrastructure should be included for success Measurement. With this, the projects should not necessarily be organization based and will be more useful to all stakeholders.
Description: A thesis dissertation submitted to the faculty of humanities and social sciences in partial Fulfillment of the requirements for award of Master’s degree in project planning and management of Kampala International University
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12306/14183
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