Table 3. Characteristics of the two groups of respondents identified through cluster analysis based on coded responses to the survey questions. Group characteristics are detailed in relation to responses at the sub-category level, how responses were articulated, the organizational composition of each group, the individual respondent’s experience and time working with Pacific CCAs.

Characteristics—Points of Difference Group 1 Group 2
Broad category level Sustainability Not a focus: 3% (n = 1) noted sustainability in their success response Major focus: 100% (n = 31) noted sustainability in their success response
Sub-category level Adequate capacity to manage Not a focus: Noted by 27% of this group Major focus: Noted by 77% of this group
Sub-category level Type of support Not a focus: Noted by 35% of this group Major focus: Noted by 74% of this group
How responses were articulated Ingredient or Picture Majority (60%) noted the ingredients of success Majority (59%) considered the picture of success
Group composition Organization composition Dominated by representatives from in-country governments and local NGOs Dominated by representatives from funder agencies (donors) and International NGOs
Respondent experience a. Program (regional)
b. Program (country)
c. Project (system/site)
a. 26%
b. 30%
c. 44%
a. 61%
b. 23%
c. 16%
Time < 5years
> 5years
38% <5 years
62% >5 years
50% <5years
50% >5 years