Internal Controls and Performance of International Non- Governmental Organisations in Uganda: A case of the Danish Refugee Council in Uganda
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This survey concentrated on looking at the impact of internal controls on the performance of International Non-Government Organizations in Uganda taking a contextual analysis of The Danish Refugee Council. Specifically, the investigation went for exploring the impacts of control condition; control activities; and information and communication on performance of the Danish Refugee Council. The investigation utilized a cross sectional research plan that used both qualitative and quantitative methodologies. Surveys and interview guides were used to gather data from a sample of 135 informants. Whereas qualitative data was analyzed using content and topical investigation, quantitative data was examined using inferential examination. This survey discovered that control environment; control activities; and information and communication effectively affect the performance of the Danish Refugee Council. The survey commended reinforcing of and enforcement of internal control dimensions for this study (control environment, control activities, and information and communication to improve performance.