Practice Makes Perfect: An Analysis of Sport for Peace and Development Organizations in Ghana
Hester, Patricia Anne
Kadayifci-Orellana, S. Ayse
The purpose of this study is to examine sport for peace and development organizations, Right to Play and PLAY SOCCER, in Ghana. The study seeks to look at their curriculum and its implementation, monitoring and evaluation practices, challenges faced in the field, and impacts seen through their work. The research was performed in Ghana in November and December of 2012 through a grant from Generations for Peace. This research seeks to address a gap in the existing literature on best practices for monitoring and evaluation for sport for development organizations, as well as the gap in research in sport for peace organizations in West Africa. A qualitative study was performed consisting of interviews, focus groups, site observations and a literature review; all of which helped to shape and inform the study. This thesis is the first step in my research on sport for development organizations in West Africa.
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