Effects of Organizational Culture on the Performance of Charitable Non-Governmental Organizations in Kenya. A Case of Save The Children International Kenya


  • K.A Kassim
  • Evangeline Gichunge
  • M Mbithi


Purpose: This study aimed to explore the effects of organizational culture on performance of the charitable non-governmental organization’s performance, focusing on Save the Children Kenya.

Material/methods: The study used a descriptive research design to infer the possible correlation between the study variables. The study’s sampling design involved using a simple random sampling technique from a target population of 250 respondents, from which a sample size of 152 was selected for the study. The data collection procedure involved drafting a questionnaire for qualitative and quantitative data collection. The qualitative data were analyzed using content analysis, whereas the statistical package for social sciences (SPSS) was employed on the quantitative data to draw multiple linear regressions.

Findings: The findings indicated there was a significant positive relationship between organizational culture and performance.

Conclusions/recommendation; The study concludes that organizational culture in strategy implementation affects non-governmental organizations’ performance. The recommendations are; the organizations should put more effort into cultivating an organizational culture that is acceptable to all.