INTERVENTION SETTING APPROACH AND PROJECT SUCCESS IN INTERNATIONAL AGENCIES; A CASE STUDY OF WORLD VISION UGANDA KAKUUTO COUNTY
Nannungi, Phillis Olinga
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The research was guided by the Actor Network Theory which suggests that social and technical components of a given network are mutually constitutive. They are in a continuous process of conformation. Intervention setting approach was the independent variable while project success the dependent variable. Response was made to the knowledge gap in this topic and attention drawn for this study in Kakuuto County, Rakai district. This study conceptualized intervention setting approach into three variables; project assessment, changing project settings and project reflection. The objectives that guided the study were: to find the relationship between project assessment and project, secondly was to establish the relationship between changing the settings and project success and the third was to find out how project reflection relates to project success.. The design of the study was a correlational study. Qualitative and quantitative data were collected and analysis of findings established that there was a significant positive relationship between the intervention setting approach that this study adopted as the independent variable and project success as the dependent variable. Project assessment independently had a higher influence on project success than the combined effect of project assessment, changing the settings and project reflection. The study further established that the intervention setting approach had a lesser influence on project success than other factors external to this study. The drawn conclusion therefore was that the intervention setting approach significantly influenced project success. Recommendation was that other variables besides the project setting approach that would influence project success should be studied.