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This study is focused on NGOs that are operating in the livelihood’s category and specific focus is on the Traditional Irrigation and Environmental Development Organization (TIP) in Tanzania.
This study was set out to investigate the effect of donor driven financial policies on sustainability of TIP and projects implemented by TIP.
The assessed independent variables related to internal control, procurement, governance structures, management, policy environment, ICT, accounting procedures and budgeting, reporting and auditing systems have generally fallen into two parts: i) a moderate risk assessment in the relevant area with some capacity enhancement required to improve capability and ii) low to moderately low risk assessment in the relevant area with little to no capacity enhancement required to improve capability.
Finally, several recommendations to improve TIP’s performance towards its sustainability are proposed.
Suitbert Mumburi obtained his B.COMM degree in 1997 at the University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania; his MBA in 2008 at Eastern and Southern African Management Institute (ESAMI) Arusha, Tanzania.
He was awarded a souvenir for emerging the best performer in his class at ESAMI.
He has worked with TIP as Finance and Administrative Manager since 1998.
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