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dc.contributor.authorAbdulkadir, Abdinour Isse-
dc.descriptionA research dissertation to be submitted to the faculty of humanities and social sciences in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of masters’ Degree in project planning and management of Kampala international Universityen_US
dc.description.abstractThe study was set to examine Governance and Project Effectiveness: a case study of Garowe Street Lighting Project, Garowe, Somalia. The study was guided by three objectives namely; to examine the effect of Contractual Governance on project effectiveness of Garowe Street Lighting Project, Somalia, to establish the effect of Relational Governance on project effectiveness of Garowe Street Lighting Project, Somalia, and to investigate the effect of Governance of Projects Orientation on project effectiveness of Garowe Street Lighting Project, Somalia. The study was guided by the agency theory developed by Stephen Ross and Barry M. Agency theory provides an explanation of the failure and failure of the information systems project.. The study employed a correlation research design because it involves the link between the efficiency of the lighting project in Garowe, Somerset, Somewhere, Harvard Street. The study used a population of 260 people and a sample size of 158 was attained. Questionnaires were used to access respondents who were randomly selected to be part of the study and the data collected was organized, presented, interpreted and analyzed in form of tables to generate information for the research findings. The Results indicated that the effect of Contractual Governance on project effectiveness of Garowe Street Lighting Project, Somalia was rated good and this was indicated by the overall mean of 2.98, implying that there is a formalized system intended to help the Garowe Street Lighting Project on how contractual governance effectives on the project after consulting the members. Furthermore from the study findings the study concluded that there is a positive relationship between contractual governance and project effectiveness. The result of this study showed that the contractual governance is considered to be the most important criterion of project governance in achieving project effectiveness. And lastly from the study findings and conclusions the study recommended that the government should consider putting in place a framework to guarantee contractors to access credit facilities from financial institutions. This is because the findings of this study indicated that financial, physical and technical resources have a significant effect on performance of road infrastructure projects.en_US
dc.publisherKampala International University, College of Humanities and social Scienceen_US
dc.subjectProject effectivenessen_US
dc.titleGovernance and project effectiveness of Garowe street lighting project, Garowe, Somaliaen_US
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