CORRUPTION AND SERVICE DELIVERY IN THE REPUBLIC OF SOUTH SUDAN A CASE STUDY OF CENTRAL EQUATORIA STATE JUBA

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The study focused on corruption and service delivery in the Republic of South Sudan and it considered primary data. It was guided by the following research objectives; the forms of corruption affecting Service delivery in South Sudan, what is done by the government to prevent and punish corruption culprits in the Republic of South Sudan and the practical recommendations on how to deal with corruption and build strong institutions with zero tolerance to corruption in the Republic of South Sudan. The study undertook descriptive correlation research design that largely suits qualitative and quantitative research design. The findings of the study indicate that tribalism, nepotism, embezzlement of funds, bribery, land grabbing, appointment of unqualified and unprofessional people in top  government position, selective employment and illegal arrests are the common forms of corruption that exist in the Republic of South Sudan and that corruption is rampant in all Government institutions. The findings of the study reveal that the Government of South Sudan established the Anticorruption Commission which trains people that are involved in the fight of corruption and at the same time investigates all corruption suspects The findings of the study suggests that the Government of South Sudan should motivate its employees by paying them a minimum wage, besides it should employ professionals who have ethics, avoid selective appointment based on tribal lines and introduce heavy punishments for the culprits such as death sentence penalties like the Chinese Government and removal from government offices. In conclusion, the findings reveal that corruption is rampant in South Sudan hence leading to poor service delivery in the Country. It has also been revealed public services such as health services, transport and communication, education among others are not adequately provided by the Government and this is due to rampant corruption The researcher recommends that South Sudan government must decisively address the increasing petty corruption, and it must also maximize social benefits through massive investment and prudent macroeconomic management.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

DECLARATION .......................................................................................................... i

DEDICATION ............................................................................................................ ii

APPROVAL ............................................................................................................... iii

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT ............................................................................................... iv

ABSTRACT ................................................................................................................ v

ACRONYMS .............................................................................................................. vi

TABLE OF CONTENTS .............................................................................................. vii

LIST OF TABLES ........................................................................................................ x

CHAPTER ONE ..................................................................................................... 1

1.0 Background of the study .................................................................................. 1

1.1 Statement of the Problem ................................................................................ 7

1.2 Purpose of the Study ....................................................................................... 7

1.3 Research Objectives ........................................................................................ 7

1.4 Research Questions ......................................................................................... 8

1.5 Scope of the Study .......................................................................................... 8

1.6 Significance of the Study .................................................................................. 9

1.7 Operational Definitions of Key Terms ............................................................... 10

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CHAPTER TWO ................................................................................................ 11

LITERATURE REVIEW ..................................................................................... 11

2.0 Introduction ................................................................................................... 11

2.1 Conceptual Definitions .................................................................................... 11

2.2 Related Studies .............................................................................................. 18

CHAPTER THREE ............................................................................................. 25

METHODOLOGY .................................................................... ~·························· 25

3.1 Research Design ............................................................................................. 25

3.2 Sample selection ............................................................................................ 25

3.3 Sample size .................................................................................................... 25

3.4 Sampling procedures ...................................................................................... 25

3.5 Research instruments ..................................................................................... 25

3.6 Data gathering procedures .............................................................................. 26

3.7 Data Analysis ................................................................................................. 26

3.8 Ethical considerations ..................................................................................... 26

3.9 Limitations of the Study .................................................................................. 27

CHAPTER FOUR ............ ~·················································································· 28

Data Presentation, analysis and Interpretation ............................................. 28

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4.0 Introduction ................................................................................................... 28

CHAPTER FIVE ................................................................................................ 40

Summary of Findings, Conclusion and Recommendation .............................. 40

5.1. Introduction ................................................................................................. .40

5.2. Summary of findings of the study .................................................................. .40

5.2.1 Demographic characteristics of the respondents ........................................... .40

5.3. The common forms of corruption affecting service delivery in south Sudan: ..... .41

5.4. What has the Government done to prevent and punish corruption culprits in

south Sudan? ...................................................................................................... .41

5.5. How to deal with corruption and to build strong institutions with zero tolerance to

corruption? .......................................................................................................... 42

5.6 Conclusions ................................................................................................... .42

5.7 Recommendations of the study ...................................................................... .43

REFERENCES ................................................................................................... 44

APPENDICES ................................................................................................... 47

APPENDIX I ........................................................................................................ .47

COVERING LETTER AND QUESTIONNAIRE ........................................................... .47

APPENDIX II ....................................................................................................... .48

TOPIC: CORRUPTION AND SERVICE DELIVERY IN THE REPUBLIC OF SOUTH SUDAN FOR RESPONDENTS ............................................................................................ .48

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