Capacity development and sustainability of HIV/AIDS service delivery in Uganda: a case study of goal funded NGOS in Bugiri district
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The study assessed the influence of capacity development and sustainability of HIV/AIDS service delivery, a case study of GOAL funded NGO’s in Bugiri District. Specifically, the study investigated the influence of financial management capacity development, Institutional capacity development, strategic planning capacity development and resource mobilization capacity development on the sustainability of HIV/AIDS service delivery in Bugiri District. This study used a case study research design using both quantitative and qualitative approaches to study a sample of 487. Data was basically collected using Questionnaires, Focus Group Discussions and Interview guides and analyzed using correlations to show the relationships between variables followed by regression (ANOVA) analysis to show the extent to which capacity development impacts on sustainability of HIV/AIDS service delivery using SPSS statistical package version 16.0. The study revealed that all the variables; financial management capacity development, institutional capacity, strategic planning capacity and resource mobilization capacity had a moderate positive significant relationship with sustainability of HIV/AIDS service delivery. Financial management capacity development significantly influenced sustainability of HIV/AIDS service delivery (r = 0.531** at p=0.000), institutional capacity (r = 0.388** at p=0.000), strategic planning (r = 0.657** at p=0.000) and resource mobilization (r = 0.690** at p= 0.000) The study recommended that in order to enhance sustainability of community based service delivery, NGOs need to ensure meaningful development of financial management, resource mobilization, strategic planning and institutional capacity.