Effect of Pricing Methods and Public Paying Fee on Cleaning & Sanitation Service in Zanzibar: A Case of West B Municipality

Ali Abdallah Natepe, Abdalla Ussi Hamad, Saleh Said Mwinyi


The main objective of the study was to assess the effect of pricing methods and public paying fee on cleaning and sanitation services in West B Municipality, Zanzibar. The survey questionnaire was distributed to the business owner with sample size of 150 and data were collected and analysed based on both descriptive and inferential statistics through Pearson correlation using SPSS version 23.  The study results through descriptive the study shows that about 98 respondents which made 65.3% replied that there is no  impact brought by pricing methods and public paying fee on cleaning and sanitation services. Although the result from person correlation state that there is no significant positive relationship between pricing methods and public paying fee on Cleaning Service & sanitation services. The study recommends that the municipality should establish a specific model for pricing municipality services including cleaning and sanitation services.

Keywords: Pricing Methods, Public Paying Fee and Cleaning and Sanitation Service

DOI: 10.7176/EJBM/12-29-04

Publication date:October 31st 2020

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