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An investigation into the effectiveness of performance based financing (PBF) in Non-governmental Organizations in Zimbabwe: A case of result based finance program for health in Marondera District 2011 to 2013
Performance-Based Funding (PBF) has become increasingly popular in global health financing. PBF is defined as the transfer of resources for health on condition that measurable action will be taken to achieve predefined ...
Turnaround strategies choice and effectiveness: The case of the manufacturing sector in Zimbabwe
(University of Zimbabwe, Faculty of Commerce, 2014-06)
This study evaluates the effectiveness of turnaround strategies implemented by firms in the manufacturing sector in order to turnaround their businesses in the prevailing operating environment in Zimbabwe. The environment ...
An evaluation of the Harmonised Cash Transfer (HACT) approach as a risk management tool: The case of United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) Zimbabwe (2010-2013)
Intra-governmental organisations rely on funding from donor agencies to conduct their operations and managing risk is a very crucial aspect for their reputation. UNICEF Zimbabwe adopted a risk management tool which is the ...