Participatory monitoring and evaluation and successful implementation of school feeding programme in Baringo Central Sub County Schools
Murigia, Kevin Chege
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This study sought to establish the role of participatory monitoring and evaluation and successful implementation of school feeding programme in Baringo Central Sub-County schools. The objectives for this study examined the role of capacity building on the implementation of the school feeding programme in Baringo Central Sub-County schools, the importance of stakeholders participation on the implementation of the school feeding programme in Baringo Central SubCounty schools and lastly the importance of collective accountability on the implementation of the school feeding programme in Baringo Central Sub-County schools. The study adopted the theory of human capital and the theory of a ladder of citizen participation using descriptive research design that borrowed both qualitative and quantitative methods to support the research. The study involved a non-probability sampling design in identifying the respondents and used questionnaires and interview questions as data instruments. This study target population was 83 and Yamane formula was used to arrive at 69 as sample size. The findings of this study indicated that capacity building, stakeholders participation and collective accountability played a vital role on the successful implementation of School Feeding Programme and it recommended that conscious efforts needed to be made in regards to sensitization and inclusivity of the communities and the stakeholders, hence further trainings on the implementation of the school feeding programme to the community were considered as well. Government, County Governments, school administrators, NGOs and communities stand to benefit from this research and the role of government initiating public participation on the implementation of school feeding programme was further suggested as an area of research.
Africa Nazarene University