Project Topic on LOCAL GOVERNMENT ROLES AND SERVICE DELIVERY IN UGANDA A CASE OF MAKINDYE DIVISION - KAMPALA

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

DECLARATION

APPROVAL

DEDICATION

ACRONYMS iv

TABLE OF CONTENTS v

CHAPTER ONE 1

1.0 Introduction 1

1.1 Background of the study 1

1.2 Statement of the problem 2

1.3 Purpose of the study 3

1.4 Objective of the study 3

1.4.1 The general objective of the study 3

1.4.2 Specific objectives 3

1.5 Research questions 4

1.6 scope of the study 4

1.7 Content scope 4

1.8 Time scope 4

1.9 Significance of the study 4

LITERATURE REVIEW 6

2.0 scope of the literature review 6

2.1 Local government processes 7

2.4 Corruption in uganda 13

METHODOLOGY 21

3.llntroduction 21

3.2 Research Design 21

3.3 Research Population 21

3.4 Sample Size 22

3.5 Sampling Procedure 22

3.6 Research Instrument 23

3.7 Validity and Reliability of the Instrument 23

V

3.8 Data Gathering Procedures 24

3.9 Data Analysis 25

3.10 Ethical Considerations 26

3.11 Limitations of the Study 26

CHAPTER FOUR 28

PRESENTATION, ANALYSIS, AND DISCUSSION OF THE FINDINGS 28

4.0 Introduction 28

4.1 social-demographic of the respondents 28

4.1.1 Age of the respondents 28

4.1.2 Sex of the respondents 29

4.1.3 Marital Status 29

4.1.4 Occupation 30

4.1.5 Institutions and processes services in service delivery 31

4.2 Response on whether division and parish councils are the major institutions of

promoting social services 31

4.2.1 Response on the roles of division council 32

4.2.2 The effectiveness of the Parish Councils 33

4.3 Recommendations to raise the level of popular participation 34

4.4Accountability 36

4.4.1 Existing mechanism of accountability 36

4.4.1 .1 Audit departments 36

4.4.1.2 Local Government Accounts Committee (LGAC) 37

4.4.1.3 Commission of enquiry 38

4.3.1.4 Executive meetings 39

4.3.1.5 The council 40

CHAPTER FIVE 42

SUMMARY OF MAJOR FINDINGS, CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS 42

5.0 Introduction 42

5.1 Summary 42

5.2 Popular participation 42

5.4 Accountability 43

vi

5.5 Conclusions .43

5.6. Recommendations 43

5.61 Government 43

5.6.2 Non government organizations 44

5.6.3 Local community 44

5.6.4 International community 44

5.7General Recommendations 44

5.8 Areas of further study 45

REFERENCES 46

APPENDIX L 47

QUESTIONERS FOR INDIVIDUALS 47

APPENDIX II 49

INTERVIEW GUIDE FOR POLITICAL LEADERS 49

CHAPTER ONE

Introduction The chapter contains in it the background to the study, statement of the problem, objectives, and research questions, significance of the study, scope of the study, conceptual and definition of the key concepts Li Background of the study Local government refers collectively to administrative authorities over areas that are smaller than a state. The term is used to contrast with offices at nation-state level, which are referred to as the central government, national government, or (where appropriate) federal government. “Local government,” generally acts within powers delegated to it by legislation or directives of the higher level of government and each country has some kind of local government which will differ from those of other countries. In primitive societies the lowest level of local government is the village headman or tribal chief. Federal states such as the United States have two levels of government above the local level: the governments of the fifty states and the federal national government whose relations are governed by the constitution of the United States. Local government in the United States originated in the colonial period and has been modified since then: the highest level of local government is at county level.

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