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IJSTR >> Volume 10 - Issue 8, August 2021 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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Utilization Of Institutional Capacity On Performance Of Microfinance Institutions Funding Entrepreneurial Projects In Kisumu County, Kenya.

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AUTHOR(S)

Onsarigo Clare Mwango, Dr Angeline Mulwa, Prof.Stephen Akaranga, Raphael Nyonje

 

KEYWORDS

Institutional capacity, monitoring and evaluation systems, microfinance institution, entrepreneurial projects.

 

ABSTRACT

The study aims to evaluate the moderating influence of institutional capacity on the performance of microfinance institutions funding entrepreneurial projects. The sample was collected from ten microfinance institutions funding entrepreneurial projects in Kisumu County Kenya. A total of 354 respondents derived from managers, Heads of departments and entrepreneurs of microfinance institutions were selected for the study. Data was collected using questionnaires and interview guide and analyzed using descriptive statistics to describe the indicators of institutional capacity and their influence on performance of microfinance institutions in Kisumu County. Institutional Capacity does not significantly moderate the influence of M&E Systems and performance of Micro Finance Institutions funding entrepreneurial projects in Kisumu County, this was rejected since P=0.000<0.05.The study results are expected to help microfinance institutions funding entrepreneurial projects in providing information on how to utilize monitoring and evaluations systems and in understanding moderating variables that hold back the attainment of performance of Microfinance Institutions. The findings revealed good institutional capacity as a Monitoring and Evaluation system encouraged prompt and excellent decision making which enhanced performance of Microfinance Institutions funding entrepreneurial projects.

 

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