Effect of Strategy Implementation on Performance of Charitable Non-Governmental Organization in Kenya: A Case of Save The Children International Kenya


  • Kerow Kassim
  • Prof. Evangeline Gichunge
  • Mary Mbithi


Purpose: The main purpose of the study was to explore the effects of strategy implementation on the performance of the charitable non-governmental organization with a focus on save the children Kenya.

Material/methods: The study adopted a descriptive research design which was used to make inferences about possible relationships. A simple random sampling technique was applied to select a sample that represents the entire population of 250 respondents, from which a sample of 152 was selected. A carefully crafted questionnaire was used to collect data. multiple linear regressions were used to test hypotheses.

Findings: The findings indicated there was a positive significant effect of using technology and leadership improves the performance of NGOs.

Conclusion: It can therefore be strongly concluded that leadership and technology are key to improving the performance of NGOs. The study recommends boldly that, NGOs need to continuously update and upgrade their systems to avoid redundancy as well as be careful when selecting and adopting a leadership style.