Local government leadership and service delivery in Wadamr District in Mugadishu, Somalia

Thumbnail Image
Journal Title
Journal ISSN
Volume Title
Kampala International University. College of Humanities and Social Sciences
The purpose of this study was to investigate local government leadership and service delivery in wadajir district in Mogadishu, Somalia. The study particularly sought to establish how government leadership influences, the wadajir district. This study was guided by four objectives: (I) to determine the profile of the respondents as to: gender; age; educational level; number of years of experience (ii) to determine the level of local government leadership in Wadajir district. (iii) To determine the performance of local government in delivering services Wadajir district. (iv) To determine if there is any significant relationship between leadership and local government delivery of service in Wadajir district Mogadishu, Somalia. The study was prompted by the overwhelming employees’ in most public institutions in Somalia. In gathering the information, the research study employed both primary and secondary sources, data. The primary source was mainly the distributed questionnaires, and the secondary sources were the library work and internet explorer. The study used Descriptive correlation design the target population of the research was 130 and using simple random sampling sample of 100 respondents from wadajir district. Tables were used in organizing the data, SPSS ~nd software was the tool employed to analyze and interpreting the collected data. From the findings of the study, it was revealed that local government leadership and service delivery to some extent influence each other. Finally the finding of the study showed that Service delivery is generally constrained by lack of trained human resources, physical facilities, limited access to financing, and the government’s limited capacity to provide a sustainable policy and regulatory framework and service control private sectors In response to the lack of public investment in social services, non-state actors (i.e. charities, NGOs and the private sector) are mostly providing basic service.
A Thesis Presented to the College of Higher Degrees and Research Kampala International University Kampala, Uganda in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree Master of Public Administration and Management
Local government, Leadership and service delivery, Mugadishu, Somalia