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Title: Assessment of the effects of decentralization
Authors: Mahmud, Muktar
Advisors: Mulugeta Abebe (PhD)
Copyright: May-2011
Date Added: 7-Dec-2012
Publisher: AAU
Abstract: In Ethiopia rapid urbanization is the product of socio economic development. As a result urban populations have been growing in an alarming rate. This situation mainly aggravated by the two major features: rural-urban migration and natural increase of the population. Due to these demographic changes, pressure put on urban centers in which residents hardly get quality and efficient services. To tackle down such urban problems, the GoE has established decentralization policy that aimed to transfer powers, responsibilities and resources from the central government to regional, zonal, and Wereda levels of administration. This research has given emphasis on education and health service delivery in Debermarkos town case. In this town basic services provision intricate with social problems: inadequate and poor quality of services, less accountability and transparency, insignificant number of professionals, low institutional capacity and minimum public participation in planning, monitoring and decision making process. But these poor conditions of service providers of had not been assessed or
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/4212
Appears in:Thesis - Urban Design & Development

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