An Empirical Analysis of the Build, Own and Operate Model of Public-Private-Partnership in Education and Health Sectors of Anambra State

Asian Academic Research Journal of Multidisciplinary, Volume 1, Issue 22, June 2014

Posted: 12 Mar 2016

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Ugochukwu-Smooth Nzewi

The Hood Museum, Dartmouth College; The Smithsonian Institution - National Museum of African Art

Anayo Dominic Nkamnebe

Nnamdi Azikiwe University

Hope Nzewi

Nnamdi Azikiwe University

Date Written: March 10, 2016

Abstract

Arising from the public protest against the planned public private partnership in the running of the Federal Government unity schools, the study assessed the build, own and operate model of public private partnership in the education and health sectors in Anambra State so as to determine the extent to which it is perceived to be in the best interest of the people. A survey was carried out in which two sets of questionnaire were administered to respondents for the education and health sectors. Data generated were analysed with means and standard deviation. Z test was employed to test the perception of the respondents on the build, own and operate model of public private partnership applicable to the education and health sectors and also to test for difference in perception in the two sectors. Findings revealed that the build, own and operate model of public private partnership as applied in Anambra State do not receive public acceptance. Findings also show that there is no significant difference in public perception of the two sectors. The implication of these findings is that public expectation from Government in the two sectors has not been met.

Keywords: Constitution, public private partnership, Education, Health, Perception

Suggested Citation

Nzewi, Ugochukwu-Smooth and Nkamnebe, Anayo Dominic and Nzewi, Hope, An Empirical Analysis of the Build, Own and Operate Model of Public-Private-Partnership in Education and Health Sectors of Anambra State (March 10, 2016). Asian Academic Research Journal of Multidisciplinary, Volume 1, Issue 22, June 2014. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2745851

Ugochukwu-Smooth Nzewi

The Hood Museum, Dartmouth College ( email )

Department of Sociology
Hanover, NH 03755
United States

The Smithsonian Institution - National Museum of African Art

950 Independence Ave. S.W.
Washington, DC 20560
United States

Anayo Dominic Nkamnebe

Nnamdi Azikiwe University ( email )

Enugu-Onitsha Expressway
PMB 5025
Awka, DE Anambra State 234
Nigeria

Hope Nzewi (Contact Author)

Nnamdi Azikiwe University ( email )

Enugu-Onitsha Expressway
PMB 5025
Awka, DE Anambra State 234
Nigeria

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