The effects of training on organizational performance of Plan International Uganda

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Benard Mukiibi

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The study assessed the effects of training on organizational performance of plan international Uganda. The study specifically, examined the different training programs, effects of training on construction of houses and on delivery of education services. The study adopted cross sectional survey design. Data was collected from the organization’s staff using a questionnaire and interview guide. From the results it was revealed that the main training programs provided by the organization are training of primary school teachers, vocational training, farming techniques, child advocacy, safe motherhood and promotion of hygiene. It was revealed that the nature of training given to staff members significantly contribute to the performance of the organization in various perspectives. Training has facilitated the provision of education services to children, provision of housing and sanitation services to the community. Training influences the mode of delivery of education, housing and sanitation services to the beneficiaries though the number of beneficiaries is still low. It is recommended that there is a need to source for more funds so as to involve more employees in the training programs in order to reach out to more members of the community.

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MUKIIBI, Benard. The effects of training on organizational performance of Plan International Uganda. International Journal of Technology and Management, [S.l.], v. 2, n. 1, p. 1 - 18, june 2017. ISSN 2518-8623. Available at: <http://ijotm.utamu.ac.ug/index.php/ijotm/article/view/24>. Date accessed: 22 nov. 2017.
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