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Strategies Adopted by NGOs in Kenya towards Financial Sustainability strategies adopted by ngos in kenya towards financial sustainability
Kenya is a developing country that has various challenges in terms of social economic development. This has necessitated the work of various nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) across the country. The push for financial sustainability introduced a degree of uncertainty into the relationship nongovernmental organizations maintain with their members. The authors investigated how strategic financial management, paradigm shift in programming, internal financial funding, strategic alliances and organization structure contribute towards financial sustainability of nongovernmental organizations in Kenya. From the Study,there is need for NGOs to critically strategize on their financial sustainability as the environment of their operation is changing very fast and the needs of NGOs are increasing by day due to changes like global climatic changes, disasters like earth quakes, diseases and social evils like drug abuse.
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Effect Of Financial Management Policies On The Sustainability Of NGOs strategies adopted by ngos in kenya towards financial sustainability
This study is focused on NGOs that are operating in the livelihood’s category and specific focus is on the Traditional Irrigation and Environmental Development Organization (TIP) in Tanzania. This study was set out to investigate the effect of donor driven financial policies on sustainability of TIP and projects implemented by TIP. The assessed independent variables related to internal control, procurement, governance structures, management, policy environment, ICT, accounting procedures and budgeting, reporting and auditing systems have generally fallen into two parts: i) a moderate risk assessment in the relevant area with some capacity enhancement required to improve capability and ii) low to moderately low risk assessment in the relevant area with little to no capacity enhancement required to improve capability. Finally, several recommendations to improve TIP’s performance towards its sustainability are proposed.
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Competitive approaches used by rural saccos in Kenya strategies adopted by ngos in kenya towards financial sustainability
The liberalization of the financial sector in Kenya has brought about increased competition emerging from new entrants to the market, as well as the existing ones adopting the use of highly competitive trading practices. The major players in this market are the mainstream banks, rural and urban Saccos and Micro-Finance institutions that offer homogeneous as well as differentiated financial products and services. The said institutions target similar markets and clients. Saccos operating in the rural environment have been made to re-invent their competitiveness from the traditional practices to modern business approaches and operations to remain afloat and relevant.This book illustrates competitive strategies that Saccos have adopted in rural Kenya for business survival. It also captures the need to re-engineer business processes such as marketing, new product development, technology adoption and market development for competitive advantage.
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Coping with Food Insecurity in Rural Households in Kenya strategies adopted by ngos in kenya towards financial sustainability
The perennial food shortages in rural areas in Kenya call for urgent understanding of the determinants of food security in order to develop appropriate policy intervention measures. This book is based on a survey research conducted in Sabatia division. It assesses household food situation and the coping strategies adopted during times of food shortage. The results confirm the food insecurity situation and adopt coping strategies adopted during this time. It recommends the need to increase appropriate measures to improve household access to food.
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The influence of donor funded development projects in rural Kenya strategies adopted by ngos in kenya towards financial sustainability
Despite the increase in donor funding to government and NGOs towards poverty reduction programs in developing countries, the state of poverty especially in ASAL regions has been on the increase. 80% of Kenya’s land mass is categorized under arid and semi lands and home to nearly one third of Kenya’s population and 70% of the livestock herd in the country. This study critique donor-funded projects through NGOs, their contribution towards social and economic development of the ordinary citizens in the marginalized zones and at the end suggest practical ways on how NGOs can implement donor aided projects. The study, based on a successful JICA project named Community Agricultural Development project in Semi-Arid Lands (CADSAL) implemented in Elgeyo Marakwet County in Kenya, bring afore critical issues concerning donor aided projects and development that will probably facilitate a new development perspective towards donor aided projects in Africa and Kenya in particular. The study remain a useful self-examination tool for reflection among the Non-governmental Organizations and also used as a reference by academia and donor societies.
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Are banks bad? strategies adopted by ngos in kenya towards financial sustainability

Are banks bad?

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Are banks bad? strategies adopted by ngos in kenya towards financial sustainability
Although the literature on the corporate social responsibility (CSR) is abundant, relatively little research was conducted on the CSR practices of the Central Eastern European (CEE) firms so far. Sustainability concept is gaining on importance in this region, thus the study of CSR practices employed by Polish organizations may contribute to the enrichment of the research on the subject. The aim of this study is to present the development of sustainability concept in CEE as well as CSR practices of the firms based in Poland, in particular the financial sector companies. The main part of the work consists of a case study analysis with regards to the CSR practices adopted by six biggest banks operating in Poland. The findings are interesting especially because they present the banks' involvement in CSR and sustainability management practices in the aftermath of the global financial crisis.
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Sustainability materiality strategies adopted by ngos in kenya towards financial sustainability
Materiality-approaches to sustainability reporting have been developed and adopted in some businesses in recent years, and proved in practical terms an important advancement on reporting methods, by tackling or lessening some key problems in stakeholder-approaches. What is ‘sustainability materiality’? Are there any difference between sustainability materiality and financial materiality? How application of materiality would meet the challenges that confront traditional stakeholder-approach reporting? And furthermore, can materiality provide an absolute solution to sustainability reporting? If not, how to improve it? Part one tries to answer these questions in a critical look, and to provide a further view on “New Challenges” to ‘sustainability materiality’ –interrelationship and subjectivity. Part two is a case study on ‘sustainability interrelationship’ and ‘stakeholder relevance’. It is the preliminary study on the challenge to sustainability materiality.
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Teacher Motivation Strategies in Kenya strategies adopted by ngos in kenya towards financial sustainability
Workplace Motivation has attracted immense attention of scholars across the world. There is however more documentation on Motivation factors than there is on motivation strategies. School managers are oftentimes faced with difficulties when deciding which strategies to use to effectively motivate teachers in their schools. 'Teacher Motivation Strategies in Kenya' discusses findings of a study carried out in Rachuonyo South District, Kenya in order to explain Teachers' Perceptions of Motivation Strategies employed by principals of public secondary schools.
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