Decentralization and Health Care Service Delivery in Gozamin, Ethiopia Agegnehu Alene Author
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Today, decentralization becomes a fashion policy choice across the world regardless of the level of economic advancement. Both developed and developing countries institutionalized decentralization so as to deliver efficient and quality social services such as education, and health, to encourage citizen participation at the grass root level, to enhance economic development and to meet local preferences. Ethiopia, one of the fastest growing country, has officially launched decentralized form of administration since 1990s. Hence, this book is very helpful for administrators and practitioners to widen their understanding about the emerging debate regarding the basic concepts, the rational for, the merits and demerits of decentralization. It also important to envisage the practical relation existed between decentralization and health care service delivery.

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