Citizens’ participation in the development process is critical if development programmes are to meet minimum success. Much effort has been gathered to bring political participation at the centre stage in development process in Uganda, particularly in Pallisa district reveals that direct inputs from citizens provide a number of benefits such as strengthening government-citizen relationship and building a “we Feeling” attitudes among the people towards development programmes, equal resource distribution and spatial development based on citizens’ priorities. To gain these results, a total of 60 respondents were selected via purposive sampling to provide data for the study. A triangular method of data collection was used to collect data from the respondents. i.e questionnaires, interview and observation in the period of April-July 2008. Data obtained was subjected to descriptive analysis.
|Keywords:||Political Participation, Development Process|
PhD Student, Student Affairs, International Islamic University in Uganda
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