Effects Of Devolved Government Practices On Health Service Provision In Pastoral Communities:
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Effects Of Devolved Government Practices On Health Service Provision In Pastoral Communities: A Case Study Of Wajir County
The devolved functions have been facilitated by transfer of funds and enactment of various laws. One of the functions of County Government is provision of health services. The County leaders lack objectivity and impartiality in decision making thus decisions on how much to allocate to the health sector in each sub-county is marred with subjectivism and partiality. This triggers the need to investigate the influence of resource allocation and strategic leadership on the provision of health services in County Government. The study was anchored on the theory of planned behaviour and institutional theory. Descriptive survey was adopted where 65 respondents were chosen through random sampling thDownloadViews: 14

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