THE EFFECTS OF CORRUPTION ON SERVICES DELIVERY (CASE STUDY MPIGI DISTRICT)

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TABLE OF CONTENT

DECLARATION

APPROVAL I

DEDICATION II

ACKNOWLODGEMENT

ABSRACT

CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION 1

1.0 Background to the study 1

1.1 Problem statement 2

1.3,0 Objectives ofthe study 2

1.3.1 General objective 2

1.3.2 Specific objectives ofthe study 2

1.2 Research questions 2

1.3 Scope of the study 3

1.4 Significance of the study 3

1.5 Definition of terms 3

CHAPTER TWO: LITERATURE REVIEW 4

2.1 Introduction 4

2.2 Forms corruption 4

2.2.1 Embezzlement 4

2.2.2 Bribery and Extortion 4

2.2.3 Nepotism and Cronyism 4

2.2.4 Fraud 5

2.2.5 Influence Peddling

2.3 Conceptual Review

2.4 Corruption and delivery of services 5

2.5 Remedies to corruption 7

2.6 Identification of gaps in reviewing literature 8

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CHAPTER THREE: METHODOLOGY .9

3.1 Introduction 9

3.2 Research design 9

3.3 Population ofthe study 9

3.4 Sampling procedure 9

3.5 Data collection methods 9

3.5.1 Primary data 9

3.5.2 Secondary data

3.6 Data control measures 10

3.7 Data processing and analysis 10

3.7.1 Data processing 10

3.7.2 Data analysis 10

3.8 Ethical Considerations 10

3.9 Study Limitations 10

CHAPTER FOUR 12

DATA PRESENTATION AND INTERPRETATION OF FINDINGS 12

4.1 Introduction 12

4,2 Background and social demographic characteristics of respondents 12

4.3 Corruption and its forms 14

4.4 Corruption and delivery of services 15

4.5 Remedies to corruption 16

CHAPTER FIVE 19

SUMMARY OF FINDINGS, RECOMMENDATIONS AND CONCLUSION 19

5.1 Introduction 19

5.2 Summary of the Findings 19

5.3 Recommendations 20

5.4 Conclusion 20

5.5 Suggested areas for further research 20

REFERENCES 21

APPENDICES 22

CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION 1.0 Background to the study Corruption has to be endemic in Uganda and has now become an accepted way of life, that when someone is appointed or elected to public office. It is their return to take advantage. The PPDA (Public Procurement and Disposal of Public Assets) Authority, estimates that more than $l00million is lost every year in procurement corruption alone. In the last seven years, a total of over 1,100 billion shillings has been stolen from the government. And that is just the amount so far known. One would not be entirely wrong to imagine that unreported loot could probably outweigh the reported. Below is a summary of biggest scandals so far heard about in the last seven years. It took four years for us to learn that over $27million meant to organize the 2007 CHOGM in Kampala had been stolen. We also learnt that $l0million of Global Fund to fight malaria, AIDS and TB had been stolen, although some sources put the figures at $37million. Another $46million was cost in the GAVI immunization scan. In July 2008, 11 billion shillings of the worker’s Fund at the NSSF were lost in the famous Temangalo Scandal. In early 2010, 19 billion shillings meant to print National IDs were stolen. Shortly after, we got the news that another 60 billion shilling had gone missing from microfinance support centre. As the year was closing, a whopping 169 billion shillings were reported to have erroneously issued to Basajjabalaba. Then in 2012, another 169 billion shillings meant to clear outstanding pension claims of 1,018 East African community workers had been stolen. Finally, a reported 50 billion shillings had been lost in the ongoing Office of the Prime Minister (OPM)
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