Associated Factors That Hindering Good Governance in Land Administration: The Case of Shashogo Woreda Municipality, Hadiya Zone, Southern Ethiopia

Ageze Chufamo Gobena


The main purpose of this research was to assess the Associated factors that hindering Good governance in land administration: The case of Shashogo woreda Municipality, Hadiya Zone, Southern Ethiopia. The specific objectives of this study were. Appraise the level of the openness of land information to residence of town; determine factors affecting good governance in land administration process at Bonosha Municipality.  Researcher was employed a cross-sectional study design. Questionnaires, focused-group discussions, structured or semi-structured interviews, which are used as crucial data collection instruments. 384 households were sample size of this study. Questionnaire data was distributed for this sample population.   Furthermore, poor governance in municipality land administration process. Constraints in institutional capacity such as human resource issues-lack of skilled man power and low level of education, lack of training opportunities, low level of experience.

Keywords: Factors, Good governance, Land management and Municipality

DOI: 10.7176/JRDM/64-01

Publication date: April 30th 2020

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