Research Papers/Topics in Public Administration

The Role of Nigeria Extractive Industry Transparency Initiative (NEITI) in Economic Development: A Study of Oil & Gas Free Zone, Onne Rivers State.

IntroductionEconomic Development: this involves growth in total real national income and real per-capital income of a developing country like Nigeria over a long period of time. It implies the achievement of the entire society and the attainment of a number of set economic objectives that can improve the standard of  living of  people.  Put simply, economic  development  is real growth including substantial change in the economy with export value for both the aid givi...

The Political Appointment Of Chief Executives Into Government Agencies And Its Effects On Morale Of Civil Servants In Ghana: Ghana Standards Authority As A Case Study

ABSTRACT This study aimed to find out the effect of political appointment of a Chief Executive on the morale of workers. In order to understand this intrigues factor, this study employed and used a robust methodology (mixed-method approach) to examine how political appointments affect the morale of workers. A total of 151 participants; 4 directors, 21 heads and 126 first-line employees were used for quantitative analysis whilst 6 participants; 3 management and 3 non management worke...

Unemployment And Urban Crimes In Uganda, A Case Study Of Kisenyi 1 Parish In Kampala District

TABLE OF CONTENTSDECLARATIONAPPROVALDEDICATION jjjACKNOWLEDGEMENTS ivCHAPTER ONE 1INTRODUCTION 11.0 Introduction 11.1 Background of the study 11.2. Problem statement 41.2. Purpose of the study 51.3. General Objective 51 .4.Objectives of the study 51.5. Research questions 51.6. Significance of the study 51.7. Scope of the study 61.7.1. Geographical scope 61.7.2. Content scope 61.7.3 Time scope 61.4. Conceptual framework 7CHAPTER TWO 7LITERATURE REVIEW 82.0 Introduction 82.1. Causes of unemploy...

Factors That Lead To Girl Students' Levels Of Performance In Secondary Schools Science: A Case Study Of Moshi Municipality In Northern Tanzania.

This study is set out to asses the image, attitudes, and behavior on parents, teachers, and students on the studying science and mathematics and its performance to girl students. A case ofMoshi Municipality. It is the case whereby representatives of three groups that is teachers, parents and students with different age urge. However, the majority of respondents in the study claimed that, despite the efforts which government has been put to improve girl students from poor performing in ...

Assesment Of Socio- Economic Impacts Of Cattle Rustling In Karamoja Region. Case Study: Nakapiripirit District.

ABSTRACTThis assessment was commissioned by Faculty of social sciences (KIU) as pati of apaiiial fulfillment of the requirements of the award of a Degree in Public Administrationat Kampala International University. The study envisaged at providing useful data andinformation on cattle rustling and their socio-economic impacts on partial economies inKaramoja region of Uganda. The study sought among other things, to determine theimpacts of cattle rustling on social service delivery, agricu...

Impact Of Defilement On The Rights Of The Primary School Girl- Child In Eastern Uganda Case Study: Kidera Sub-county In Kamuli District

The research therefore, found out that, poverty, children are forced into sexual practices by their parents, information technology, exposure to video shows, discos and music stages, corruption, domestic violence, restriction on children to express their views and lack of counselling prograimnes in schools. The study also found out that school drop outs, children die during pregnancy, children become helpless, children abandon their homes and subjection to sexually trai1smitted diseases ...

Motivation And Employee Performance In The Health Sector A Case Study Of Kapchorwa Main Hospital, Kapchorwa District

The study assessed the impact of motivation on employee job performance in the health sector mainly in Kapchorwa main hospital involving the hospital administrators, medical personnel and the patients. The study intended to sample 100 respondents; however, 60 of them participated in the interview making it a success. The study objectives were to find out the various tools/ways of motivation in the health sector, the impact of motivation on employee performance, the challenges facing moti...

Micro Finance Services And Poverty Reduction (Case Study Of Fin Ca) In Nebbi District,

This study is thus basically going to investigate the impact of micro fiance services on poverty reduction in Nebbi district, FICNA as a case study and the specific objectives are:-To detennine the levels of poverty reduction in Nebbi Disirict; to determine the level of Micro Finance services offered by_ fINCA in Nebbi District; ·to establish the significant relationship between Micro Finance servictes ai,;_d poverty reduction in ·Nebbi District; to determine the profile of the respond...

Assessment Of The Effect Of Decentralization Policy On Health Service Deliverya Case Study Kapchorwa Main Hospital

The research study was conducted from June 2017 in Kapchorwa Main hospital covering the local community, civil servants and local leaders such as the councilors. The study was intended to sample forty respondents, but a number of them turned up for interview while District health officials also turned up to participate. The research was aimed at finding out how decentralization has impacted on the water, establishing the challenges faced in decentralized provision of water services and s...

Challenges To The Implementation Of Universal Primary Education In West Nile Region, Northern Uganda :A Case Study Of Metu Sub County, Moyo District

ABSTRACT • The aim of the study was to investigate the challenges to the i~nplernentation of U.P.E in Metu sub county Moyo district. In order to achieve this goal the objectives of the study were to investigate the challenges to the implementation of U.P.E programme, attitudes and support of people towards U.P.E programme. In order to acquire data, the researcher employed quantitative and qualitative method. Qualitative design was used to collect data through questionnaire and oral int...

The Social And Economic Effects Of Sourthern Sudanese Civil Conflict From 1983-2005 A Case- Study: Pager.I Pa Yam In Magwi County In Tor.It District Of Eastern Equatoria State

AbstractThis work aims to satisf:,: the assessment of this two decades ci,ii conflict in p;1geri Payarn. Various methods have been employed aimed at assessment of Social and Economic effects of this civil conflict from 1983 2005 that developed, tested and explored the attributes of the outcomes of the field research conducted through: questionnaire, observations, and interview methods. The categorv of the population the researcher has taken included: between the age of 15 44 years. This ...

Welfare And Performance Of The Uganda Police Force A Case Study Of Naguru Police Forces Headquartres

ABSTRACT This study is an assessment of the way welfare can be a motivation factor towards the employees’ performance. The study targeted the Police Forces in Uganda and specifically the Kampala Metropolitan areas. The findings of the study indicate that welfare acts as an inducing factor towards the members of the police force as per their day today performance. The reasons as to why some officers could opt for other professions are that they were somewhat dissatisfied with the f...

Impacts Of Non-Governmental Organizations' Services On Poverty Eradication In Nakapiripirit Town Council Nakapiripirit District.

AbstractThe Topic Of The Study Was The Impacts Of Non-Governmental Organizations Services In PovertyEradication In Nakapiripirit Town Council In Nakapiripirit District. The Main Purpose Of ThisWas To Establish Extent To Which People Ofnakapiripirit Town Council Have Benefitted From NgoServices.The Research Therefore Intended To Examine The Following Objectives:• To Establish Whether Ngo Services Have Improved On The Education In NakapiripiritLocal Government• To Determine Whether Ng...

Remuneration And Employee Commitment A Case Of Infectious Diseases Institute (Idi), Kampala Uganda

ABSTRACTThe study examined how remuneration affects employee commitment inorganizations taking a case study of Infectious Diseases Institute (IDI) inKampala. Three main objectives guided the study which included; to identifythe forms of remuneration in Infectious Diseases Institute, to assess howremuneration lead to employee commitment in Infectious Diseases Instituteand to examine the effects of poor remuneration in IDI.The descriptive survey design was employed to harmonize both quan...

Training Ani) Employee Performance In Moroto District Local Government

ABSTRACT~I’he study established the relationship between training and employee performance in MorotoDistrict Local Government. These specific objectives guided this study and these were (i)examining the effect of training on employee performance in Moroto District Local Government;(ii) examining the effect of workshops and seminars on employee performance in MorotoDistrict Local Government, and (iii) examine the relationship between training and employeeperformance in Moroto District L...


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