Assessing the effectiveness of the Djiboutian Government during the covid 19: Focusing on the Djiboutian perspective.
This study examines government effectiveness in the context of covid management by taking into account four factors that contributed to this effectiveness, Trust in government, Government responsiveness, Covid information, and government leadership. The data were pooled from the Djiboutian citizens between 4 march to 21 May 2022, 283 questionnaires were collected in order to complete this study. Exploratory factor analysis and Cronbach’s alpha test were used to check the validity and reliability of the data set, and a Pearson correlation model was conducted to test the hypothesis. The results show a strong positive correlation between responsiveness and effectiveness. While a moderate relationship was revealed from covid information and leadership. Therefore, an increase in these three factors increases government effectiveness. However, a weak positive association was found in trust in government.