An assessment of the role played by the health service delivery system in reducing infant mortality (from 0-5 years) in Nebbi district

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College of Humanities and Social Sciences
The research is about an assessment of health service delivery system on reducing infant mortality rate from 0-5 years in Kucwiny Health Centre III. The objective of the study was to examine the role of health service delivery system on reducing infant mortality rate from 0-5years. This would be important to determine whether the causes and what way forward the government is taking to reduce infant mortality rate from 0-5years. Health sector comprises of government agencies, NGOs, Private and Community providers and various partners. It exists to promote better health through monitoring and provision of preventive and curative health services. Its responsibility stretches not only to public provision of services but also to supervision of private sector which provides a very significant proportion of health care in Uganda. The study would base on the findings derived from primary sources like interview, observation, questionnaire methods shall be used and secondary sources like record books, web pages (Internet).
A dissertation presented to the College of Applied Economics and Management Sciences in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the award of a degree of Bachelor of Social Work and Social Administration of Kampala International University
Health service delivery, Infant Mortality, Nebbi district