IJSRP, Volume 12, Issue 5, May 2022 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]
Joseph Wahome Warutere, Prof. Kennedy Mutundu
There exists an immediate necessity for a well-organized monitoring and evaluation procedure across the country in the Kenyan county government structure and the increasing monetary decentralization concerning to growth policies, projects, and programmes (Phiri, 2015). In reference to Kumar, Kumar, and Vivekadhish (2016), data shows there are actual challenges in realizing the eventual aim of the various ventures in Kiambu County. The absurdity is that there are still occurrences of project disappointment in Kiambu, given an agreement within and between scholars that appropriate monitoring and evaluation influence the degree to which a project attains its main intended aims.