Adopted from amateur-traveller.blogspot.com Sampling Methods The sampling methods proposed earlier in this dissertation will integrate church leaders and the community surrounding the church. Totalities of 145 respondents were examined. The respondents included 23 church leaders which included; church neighbors and church members. In any case, divisions were imperative in responding to needs generated by diverse… Continue reading Adopted from amateur-traveller.blogspot.com.
Marital Status Source: Author (2014) Figure 3: Marital Status On marital status, majority (70.4%) were married. This implied most of the respondents were married. Level of Education Level of Education Frequency Percent Degree 16 11.3 Diploma 37 26.1 Certificate 29 20.4 Secondary Education 28 19.7 Primary Education 32 22.5 Total 142 100.0 Table 6:… Continue reading Marital Status and Level of Education General Information.
Monitoring evaluation and learning This part of the questionnaire is substantial in analyzing whether Reiger park community leadership meets the required standards in responding to evaluation of possible disaster evaluation and learning schemes. In this regard, focus will attempt to prove whether the leadership empowers collective methods in disaster methods. Respondents will analyze the quality… Continue reading Monitoring evaluation and learning
Research Design For the purpose of this study, both qualitative and quantitative research methodologies were employed. This is based on the knowledge that the researcher desired to construct reception patterns to various disasters. Qualitative methodology was more investigative as compared quantitative. The researcher employed qualitative research to target leaders and experts. Information generated from qualitative… Continue reading qualitative and quantitative research methodologies.
Reiger park community empowers stakeholders to implement strategic plan Results in table 13 showed that majority (50%) of the respondents either strongly agreed or just agreed that they were empowered to implement their community strategic plan while a significant fewer (40.2%) either disagreed or strongly disagreed that they were empowered to implement their strategic plans.… Continue reading How stakeholders implement strategic plan.
4.6.1 Presence of Monitoring and Evaluation The researcher sought respondents’ views on whether there were monitoring and evaluation plans for the strategic plan On monitoring and evaluation in community strategic plan implementation, Figure 10 shows that 39.4 percent of the respondents agreed the community strategic plan’s implementation was monitored and evaluated. A further 10.6% strongly… Continue reading Presence of Monitoring and Evaluation.
Technological Support The researcher sought respondents’ views on whether the use of technology such as computers aided the implementation of the community strategic plan and presented the findings in Table 15 below. Responses Frequency Percent Strongly Disagree 24 16.9 Disagree 25 17.6 Not Sure 6 4.2 Agree 50 35.2 Strongly Agree 37 26.1 Total 142… Continue reading Technological Support in implementation of Strategic plan.
Reports on Strategic plans The researcher sought information on whether there were regular reports on progress of strategic plan. The obtained data was presented as in table 18 below. Responses Frequency Percent Strongly Disagree 29 20.4 Disagree 39 27.5 Not Sure 9 6.3 Agree 46 32.4 Strongly Agree 19 13.4 Total 142 100.0 Table 18:… Continue reading Reports on Strategic plans Learning from Strategic Plans.
Attainment of Strategic Plan Goals The respondents were asked whether they always celebrated attainment of goals set out in their community’s strategic plans. The results, as presented in Figure 12, indicates that the majority of the respondents (29.6%) disagreed that their community celebrated achievement of strategic plan goals. However there were also significant responses from… Continue reading Attainment of Strategic Plan Goals