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Advisors: Ato Hailesellassie Woldegerima
Copyright: Jun-2011
Date Added: 6-Nov-2012
Abstract: The major aim of the study is to assess the performance status of donor-assisted educational projects in Arnhara, Oromia, Benshangul Gumuz Regions and Addis Ababa Administration. In addition, 10 ZEDs and 21 WEOs have been incorporated in the study. To relate the findings with reality, adequate literature has been reviewed. The descriptive method is to analyze the data and the various statistical tools such as counts, percentages, Spearman's Rank correlation coefficient, graphs and charts have been frequently used. The study found out that there is a significant relationship between NGOs and Minis trial office employees in their perceptions of the problems of donor-assisted educational projects. Further more, there is a positive correlation between the views of Ministries and REBs and between REBs and ZEDs for such educational problems. In addition the study, revealed that there are frequent turn over of educational managers at each level of the administrative echelons. The study also found out that educational managers are male dominated (more than 90 percent) and the positions for women are minimal. It is also found out that there are variations in organizational structure of woredas in Benshangul Gumuz Region. Three sectoral offices including Agriculture, Health and Education have been organized and established to form a single office known as Woreda Economic and Social Development Office, headed by an agriculturalist. The employees on the part of education are 3 to 4 in number and hence lack of capacity to manage all educational activities in woredas has been reflected. A non-education appointed heads for WEOs are also found to be a problem to run donor-assisted educational projects in particular and all educational activities in general. Finally, the study has summarized what has already been said and conclusions were I drawn from the findings. Based on the findings, commendable recommendations were forwarded which the researcher has assumed valuable and up to the capacity and authority of the policy makers.
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