Recentralisation and Urban Service Delivery in Kampala Capital City Authority—Uganda

Nabukeera Madinah (PhD)


Recentralisation in of Kampala City took effect in 2010 under the Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) Act with responsibility to manage the city on behalf of government of Uganda with the view to improve service delivery. The dynamics provided for both decentralization and Recentralisation policies during its implementation which led to shift of powers back to the centre. The study focused on quantitative data analysis and finding reviled 60.8 percent of female under school going age are not attending school, there is 98.9 percent have access to clean piped water, 62 percent of solid waste is from residential areas, 8.2 percent use commercial toilets and 72.6 percent are 5 kilometers away from the health facility hence a significant improvement in service delivery.

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