Comparative Analysis of Social Service Delivery System in Developed and Developing Nations


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Service Delivery is conceptualized as the relationship between policy makers, service providers, and poor people. It encompasses services and their supporting systems that are typically regarded as a state responsibility. These include social services (primary education and basic health services), infrastructure (water and sanitation, roads and bridges) and services that promote personal security. DFID (2004)Providing basic economic and social security to citizens has long been acknowledged as a fundamental responsibility of government. But there exist the need to compare the extent with which the delivery of these services have been met across Nations of the Developed and Developing nations

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