Decentralization and social service delivery in Uganda. a case study of Mubende Town Council

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Kampala International University, College of Humanities and social sciences.
The research was carried out in Mubende Town Council in Central Uganda to find out the decentralization on social, service delivery and to find out the origin of decentralization, objectives, challenges and the strategies to reduce challenges of the decentralization. The researcher used questionnaires format for the policy beneficiaries, and observation method to find out the information. Stratified sampling and purposive sampling were used and the researcher used descriptive design and exploratory to get the findings. The effects are poverty, resource inequalities, change donor findings and many others. These promotes education, infrastructure development. The challenges are: clitecapture, incomplete information, patronage politics and corruption. In conclusion, decentralization needs combined efforts of central government, community participation to improve its performance towards the service delivery in District.
A research report submitted to College of Humanities and Social Sciences in the partial fulfillment of the requirement for the Award of Bachelor’s Degree of Social Work and Social administration of Kampala International University.
Decentralization, Social Service Delivery