In March 2013, Kenya transitioned from a centralized to a devolved system of governance. Within the health sector, this entailed the transfer of service provision functions to 47 newly formed semi-autonomous counties, while policy and regulatory functions were retained at the national level. The devolution process was rapid rather than progressive.
We conducted qualitative research within one county to examine the early experiences of devolution...Expand abstract
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"We are toothless and hanging, but optimistic": sub county managers' experiences of rapid devolution in coastal Kenya.
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