Non-governmental organizations projects and socio-economic development of Rwanda: a case of World Vision funded projects in KAHI ADP
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Nongovernmental organizations may play the main role in socio-economic development of the community; most of them have the common purpose of existence which is the promotion of social welfare, development, charity, etc. Rwanda as developing country has many NGOs that operating for the interest of the community especially for those who are most vulnerable. Even though NGOs seeks for development of the community, they might not achieve their objectives due to different reasons such as poor management, lack of participation of beneficiaries, encountering challenges during lifecycle of the project, etc. World Vision Rwanda is one of the biggest organization that operating in 15 district in the country and which has the mission of working with poor and oppressed people in order to help them to achieve the sustainable development. This research was intended to assess the contribution of world vision Rwanda to the socio-economic development in Gatsibo district through Kahi ADP 2008-2012.it also intended to determine the activities carried out by KAHI ADP livelihood, education and health projects to improve the socio-economic development of the community. In order to reach the relevant result, different data collection methods were used whereby primary data were mainly based on information collected through observation, questionnaires and interviews. And also secondary data were collected from available literature including published documents. The result of this research will be used by different organizations, students, scholars and researchers as a source of secondary data, in addition to that the findings will also be used by world vision to evaluate their work since 2008 until 2012 and undertake new strategies to effective improvement on the poor Rwandan’s life.