Solid waste management is one of the main responsibilities of local governments in developing countries. One of the ways in which local governments in the developing countries handle solid waste management is through public community partnerships. This paper tried to examine the factors that have led to the successes or failures of public community partnerships in some cities and looks at how these factors can be adopted in the context of the Ga-South Municipal Assembly of Ghana. From the study, factors such as effective leadership and strong institutional frameworks are needed for public community partnerships to be successful.

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Keywords Public Community Partnerships, Co-Production, Solid Waste Management, Local Government, Ghana
Thesis Advisor Bergh, Sylvia
Persistent URL hdl.handle.net/2105/13513
Series Public Policy and Management (PPM)
Citation
Sersah, Aba Yaaba. (2012, December 14). Public Community Partnerships: Success And Failures. Public Policy and Management (PPM). Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/2105/13513