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This study was conducted to evaluate the effects of economic, social and technical factors on the success rate of all executives in implementing combat desertification participatory projects in Sistan and Baluchistan province, 2013. The results of correlation coefficients showed that there was a statistically significant and positive relationship between the success rate of the executives in the implementation of combat desertification participatory projects in the province and variables including residence status of the executive in the region, executive and managerial skills, communication with expert and state supervisor before implementing the project, and the level of technical, regulatory and managerial support of natural resources experts in the province. Furthermore, the results of linear regression model estimation showed that three variables including the amount of bank facilities, personal investment of the executives in the implementation of the project, and the level of executive and managerial skills had a positive significant effect on the success rate of the executives in the implementation of combat desertification participatory projects. According to the results, it is suggested that the Department of Natural Resources and Watershed Management of the province should provide needed facilities with appropriate lending conditions to increase the willingness of individuals to implement the aforementioned projects. Secondly, in order to enhance the executive and managerial capability, the Department of Natural Resources and Watershed Management of the province should conduct training and practical courses on implementation of combat desertification projects.