Project sustainability is a key predicament since most organizational projects stall after a short duration of time. Most of these projects are started at a high note but end up losing momentum on the way leading to high cases of project failure as instituted by organizations. Most implemented organizational projects require huge amounts of money in order to ensure the attainment of project goals however, funding difficulties for instance when external funding ceases leads to sustainability challenges. This book examines the factors that influences programme sustainability of organizations for persons with disability in Kenya with a case of Kenya Society for the Blind. The book finds some key elements to effectively implement and ensure the success of the projects.
Solomon Bukhala was born in 1958. He graduated from the University of Nairobi: Masters of Arts in Project Planning & Management, Kenyatta University: B.Ed. Hons - Diploma of Special Education. He is therefore a seasoned professional with 35 years of work experience in Education and Program Coordination.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
NGO, Non governmental organization, KIEP, Kenya Integrated Education Programme, KOP, Kenya Ophthalmic Programme, KSB, Kenya Society for the Blind, CDF, Constituency Development Fund
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Management