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Scirj Volume X, Issue X, October 2022 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796


Publication starts: 25th October 2022
Full Paper available from: 25th October 2022


Management of Health Areas in the Context of Integral Communalization: Case of Health Huts of the Urban Municipality of Tibiri, Doutchi in the Niger Republic
Dr. Elhadji Idi ISSOUFOU ADAMOU, Dr. Amadou OUMAROU

Abstract: Niger Republic has been implementing a decentralization process for several years to create the conditions for better sharing and more organized implementation of administrative reform, to contribute to the entrenchment of democracy and to empower grassroots communities in the management of their development. This decentralization has been adopted also by the government of Niger to strengthen national systems, particularly the health system management. But this process of decentralization has produced very young municipalities with a low level of experience of the actors in terms of administrative management. Among the constraints mentioned in the functioning of these municipalities, we can mention, among others, the politicization of administration, the difficulties of collecting taxes (market and municipal) and of coordinating interventions, especially external ones (INS: 2013). The relationship between local authorities and health facilities is characterized by collaboration weak due to the lack of rigid establish official strategies and plans and therefore several difficulties arise about the management of health facilities, especially between the municipalities. The Urban Municipality of Tibiri is one that has the lowest coverage rate of health facilities in the region of Doutchi and these shortcomings and difficulties constitute a barrier for its development. That is why this study aims to understand the degree of collaboration between health facilities and local authorities, particularly health areas. It is a question of knowing how the urban commune of Tibiri participates in the management of its health huts attached to the health facilities of the communes of Koré-Mairoua and Douméga.
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Study of Spiritual Motivation and Values on Organizational Performance Through Commitment Formation to L2DIKTI Lecturers Region IX Sulawesi
Ahmad Ridha, Mahlia Muis, Idrus Taba, Jumida Maming

Abstract: Organizational performance is a subjective perception of reality, which accounts for much of the critical reflection on the concept and its measurement tools (Lebas, 1995; Wholey J., 1996). Measurable repetitive activities help to utilize processes for organizational success in order to ensure performance levels and management to make informed decisions where, if needed, in the process for action to improve performance (Georgopoulos, 1957; Robbins, 1987). how the magnitude of the influence of intrinsic motivation, extrinsic motivation and spiritual values on organizational performance through organizational commitment to L2DIKTI lecturers Wialyah IX Sulawesi.In this study also consisted of 240 research samples where samples were taken from the two largest private university campuses namely Musilm University Indonesia and the University of Muhammadiyah Makassar, and each consisted of 120 samples. The results of this study are Intrinsic motivation has a positive and significant influence on tourist satisfaction with p = 0.000 < 0.05 with a coefficient value of 0.745, Extrinsic Motivation has a positive but not significant effect on organizational commitment with p = 0.00 < 0.066 with a coefficient value of 0.120 , c. Spiritual values have a positive and significant effect on tourist satisfaction with p = 0.010 < 0.05 with a coefficient value of 0.235, intrinsic motivation has a positive and significant influence on tourist loyalty with p = 0.005 < 0.05 with a coefficient value of 0.376, extrinsic motivation has an influence positive and significant impact on organizational performance with p = 0.003 < 0.05 with a coefficient value of 0.225, spiritual values have a positive and significant influence on organizational performance with p = 0.003 < 0.05 with a coefficient value of 0.312, organizational commitment has a positive and significant influence on organizational performance. Organizational Performance with p = 0.003 <0.05 with a coefficient value of 0.391.
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