Research Papers/Topics in Public Administration

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...

Decentralization And Social Service Deliver: A Case Study Of Lubaga Division In Kampala Capital City Authority

The purpose of the study was to examine the fiscal decentralization on the local giovemment service delivery in Lubaga Division, Uganda. The research study was based on the following objectives: to examine the contribution of decentrali7stion in service delivery in Lubaga Division, to analyse the effect of decentralization on effectiveness in the delivery of services in Lubaga Division, to analyze the problems that affect decentralization in the social service delivery in Lubaga Division...

Problems Faced By Organisations In The Acquisition And Maintenance Of The Human Resource And The Possible Solutions: Case Study Of K.I.U

ABSTRACTThe main objective of the study was to investigate the acquisition and maintenanceproblems of human resources and possible solutions to such problems. Alladministrators and 30 lecturers who were selected using simple random samplingtechniques were targeted to participate in the study. Among those who were givenquestionnaires, only 8 administrators and 21 lech\fers responded to the questionnaires.Data was tabulated in tables, percentages were calculated and findings wereinterpret...

Alcoholism And Discipline Of The Youth In Lira District. The Case Study Of Lira Municipality

ABSTRACTThe purpose of this study was to examine the effect of alcoholism on the discipline ofthe youth in Lira Municipality. The study was guided by the following objectives whichwere; To examine the effect of drug taking on the discipline of the youth in liraMunicipality, to assess the extent to which drunkardness affect the discipline of theyouth in lira Municipality, to examine the effects of clubbing on the discipline of theyouth in Lira Municipality, to assess the extent to which ...

Local Government And Poverty Alleviation In Nabutiti, Makindye East Division, Kampala District-Uganda

ABSTRACT.The purpose of the study is to investigate the role of local government and poverty alleviation in Nabutiti, Makindye East division, Kampala district. The study was guided by the following objectives, to identify the role of local government in poverty alleviation to find out the effectiveness of the strategies used to reduce poverty in Makindye Diyision and to suggest policy recommendation based on research findings.The study will employee descriptive res...

Local Governance And Public Service Delivery In Benadir Region-somalia

The study sought to establish the relationship between local governance and public service delivery in Benadir region-Somalia. This study was guided by four specific objectives namely; i) to determine the demographic characteristics of respondent in terms of gender age, education qualification and years of experience, ii) to determine the level of local governance, iii) to determine the level of public service delivery, iv) To establish whether there is a significant relationship between...

Oil Discovery And Land Conflicts In Hoima District: A Case Of Buseruka Sub-County

 ABSTRACT The study focused on the relationship between oil exploration activities and lard conflicts in Buseruka Sub-county. The study objectively sought to; examine the extent to which seismic surve~ activities contribute to land conflicts in Buseruka Sub-county in Hoima district; to assess how exploratory well drilling activities contribute to land conflicts in Buseruka Sub-county in Hoima district; and, to find out how building of roads contributes to land conflic...

Managemant style and work performance in mogadishu university. Mogadishu. Somalia

ABSTRACT The study was guided by the following research objectives; the first objective was to determine the profile of the respondents in terms of: age, gender, highest educational qualification, and rank in the university, position in the university and number of years in present position and the second and third objective was to determine the level of management style and the level of work performance in Mogadishu university and the fourth objective was the relationship between mana...

Employee Welfare And Organisation Performance In Ministry Of Public Service, Kampala, Uganda

ABSTRACTThe study intended to establish Employee Welfare and Organisation Performance in theministry ofPublic Service, Kampala, Uganda. It was guided by four objectives these include;to understand relationship between the employees and their work environment in terms ofEmployee maternity scheme; Staff housing scheme; Employee medical scheme, Employeepension scheme, Staff transport arrangements and Availability of recreational facilities; toanalyse workplace factors affecting the employe...

Women Emancipation And Domestic Violence In Communities Of Kawempe And Bwaise

AbstractThe research focuses on women emancipation and domestic violence against women in Kampala district, a case study of Kawempe and Bwaise communities, it enlightens the public about the different causes of domestic violence such as alcoholism, mental and psychological problems, marital disorders, jealousy and social stress and infidelity in men. The research focuses on 110 respondents who have helped in data gathering forthe accomplishment of the research object...

Management Of Contracts And Service Delivery: A Case Study Of Ministry Of Defense, Juba

ABSTRACTThe study was focused on contracts management and service delivery in the ministry ofdefense in the republic of South Sudan. It was guided by four objectives which includedto identify the innovation strategies being planned and implemented by the ministry ofdefense in order to improve service delivery, to examine the methods used to ensurecompliance to the terms of the contracts by the ministry of defense, to examine theimpact of these contracts of services and to analyze the ch...

The Influence Of The Lord’s Resistance Army (Lra) On Poverty In Uganda: A Case Study Of Batta Sub- County, Dokolo District Northern Uganda

ABsTRAcTThe study on the “Influence of the Lord’s Resistance Army on Poverty in Northern Uganda”,was carried out in Baa with specific aims of; examining the cause of war; finding out the impactof war on high poverty level and providing possible solution to war driven poverty. A review ofrelated literature was carried out on existing information on the specific variables to comprehendthe problem, enrich and supplement the study findings. The literature however does not reflecthow ex...

The Impact Of Decentralisation Policies On Service Deliverly In Nakaseke Town Council, Uganda

ABSTRACTThe study aimed at establishing the impact of decentralization policies on service delivery inUganda. It was carried out in Nakaseke Town Council, Nakaseke District, which is located in theCentral region of Uganda. It was meant to establish how decentralization policies have or havefailed to foster service delivery in Uganda. A cross-sectional research taking the exploratory anddescriptive approach was used, that is, both qualitative and quantitative methods were applied.The ment...

An Assessmlcnt Of The Causes Of Domestic Violence In Kiruhura District (Case Study: Kiruhura And Kashwa Wards)

ABSTRACTThe study was carried out in Kiruhura and Kashwa wards in Kiruhura Town council -Kiruhuradistrict in South Western Uganda.The general objective of the study was to assess the causes of domestic violence in Kiruhura andKashwa wards. Not all respondents in these wards were legible to be interviewed for the study.The researcher used both qualitative and quantitative research methods, using structured andunstructured interview and 93 respondents were able to give rightful information...


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