Influence of strategy implementation on performance of constituency development fund projects in Kenya, a case of Gachoka constituency
Kariuki, Jane Wanjiru
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During the implementation of projects, disconnect may arise between commitments made at different levels and actual implementation on the ground. These commitments are designed to achieve the projects’ desired results and would determine the success or failure of the projects. Given the failure rates of projects in relation to timeliness, within budget, desired results, stakeholder satisfaction and accountabilities, this research seeks to establish the influence of strategy implementation on performance of Constituency Development Fund projects in Kenya. The research design adopted is that of descriptive survey. The population of interest is the 499 committee members involved in the implementation of CDF projects at different levels. The target population comprises of Constituency Development Fund Committee (CDFC) members, CDF committee members at the location level and Project Management Committee (PMC) members. Sample sizes of 100 respondents were selected. Data was collected using structured questionnaires. Data collected, was tabulated and analyzed for purpose of clarity, with the aid of SPSS version 20 software. This is a computer program used for statistical analysis and has the ability to handle statistical presentation with array of formulas for ease of interpretation. Data was presented using tables, pie charts and graphs to make them reader friendly.