Public private partnership and service delivery in health sector in Uganda a case study of Mbarara district

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Kampala International University,College of Humanities and Social Sciences
The research was carried out at the Uganda Museum offices located at Kamwocha road in Kampala district. It was intended to gather the requirements needed to achieve the main objectives of the project. This was categorized in a set of five chapters where by every chapter had different information that it covered and these chapters included; Chapter one: This chapter covered the Uganda Museum background, problem statement, scope, objectives: (i) To examine the impact of public private partnership and service delivery in Mbarara District. (ii) To find out how beneficial public-private partnership has been in Mbarara District (ii) To identify the possible challenges and solutions faced by public private partnerships. and the significances of the study Chapter Two: In this chapter 1 reviewed studies and research work that was carried out in the area of study mentioned above. Chapter Three: This chapter covered processes of the system development methodologies that were used and how they were used to gain necessary information for the smooth running of the project. Chapter Four: this chapter focuses on the analysis and implementation of Uganda museum application for the users. Here we describe the current application by defining its model and weakness; furthermore it describes the proposed application. Chapter Five: This includes the information that concludes the research with recommendations, conclusion, references and the attached Appendix
A research dissertation submitted to the faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of a Bachelor’s Degree in Public Administration of Kampala International University
Public private partnership, service delivery, health sector, Uganda