The Nexus Between Organisational Communication and Fiscal Decentralisation Within Government Aided Primary Schools in Busoga Sub-Region, Uganda.

  • Kato Hussein Munuulo Mbarara University of Science and Technology
  • Kedibone Phago North West University, South Africa
  • Gerald Karyeija Uganda Management Institute, Uganda
Keywords: Organisational communication, Fiscal decentralisation, Public Primary Schools

Abstract

Purpose: The study examined the relationship between organisational communication and fiscal decentralisation in Uganda, taking selected government aided primary schools in Busoga Sub-Region. Methodology: Following a mixed research design, data was collected mainly using a questionnaire and partly an interview guide. Findings: It is revealed that there is a positive and significant relationship between organisational communication and fiscal decentralisation. Limitations: The study only examined the direct relationship between organisational communication and Fiscal Decentralisation, in the context of public Primary Schools in Busoga Sub region. Originality/Contribution: The study examines the relationship stated in the context specified for the first time in Uganda, above all using a mixed design approach to assess the efficiency and effectiveness of decentralized financing of public services.

Published
2021-06-01
How to Cite
Munuulo, K. H., Phago, K., & Karyeija, G. (2021). The Nexus Between Organisational Communication and Fiscal Decentralisation Within Government Aided Primary Schools in Busoga Sub-Region, Uganda. International Journal of Technology and Management, 6(1), 1-16. Retrieved from https://utamu.ac.ug/ijotm/index.php/ijotm/article/view/86
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