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Journal: International Journal of Advanced Research (Vol.9, No. 12)

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Page : 923-933

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This paper is based on the efficacy of monitoring and evaluation systems in the performance of government sponsored projects. A project is a temporary endeavor undertaken to create a unique product, service or result. Monitoring and evaluation is a key component in project management. The value for monitoring and evaluation is to promote and enhancing successful performance of government sponsored programs. The basic goal of monitoring and evaluation is to periodically track implementation, efficiency and project effectiveness increasing the value and interest to beneficiaries. Monitoring and evaluation system is designed within the organization, which includes indicators, methods, and procedures that can be used to determine whether a project was carried out according to plan and achieved the desired results. Projects have to be completed as expected and to the stakeholders satisfaction and eventually be sustainable. The importance of monitoring and evaluation is to enhance the successful delivery of the projects. This paper was focused on issues dealing with the role of M&E System in the Performance and Management of government Sponsored Projects Relevance of M&E Systems Performance of Projects and Stakeholder Participation in Projects and barriers to the Implementation of Project Monitoring and Evaluation system. The study recommendations include that governmental or non-governmental organization and institutions need to step in advancing the capacities of monitoring and evaluation to check the direction that projects take. Project managers should therefore work hard for change attitudes and perception on the value of M&E for their personnel and finally organizations should start by improving their capacities (personnel, tools, knowledge and skills).

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