Survey results : advanced seminar – decentralisation and local governance : session 1.2

Abstract: A survey on the extent and depth of decentralization was conducted among seminar participants from Eritrea, Burkina, Faso, Sri Lanka, Maldives, Cambodia, Ukraine, Afghanistan, Egypt, Guatemala, Pakistan, Dominican Republic, Morocco, Mozambique, Rwanda, Ghana, Kenya, Lesotho, Zambia, and Lebanon. Author(s): ECDPM Source(s): , [17] p., ill. Published: 2012 European centre for development policy management] (ECDPM),…

Yes Africa can : success stories from a dynamic continent

Abstract: This book with success stories from Africa contains two chapters on different aspects of local governance from Sierra Leone (post-conflict recontruction) and Rwanda (health financing). Author(s): Chuhan-Pole, Punam; Angwafo, Manka Source(s): , xiii, 477 p., ill., graphs, maps, tabs Published: 2011 World bank, Washington, DC (English ISBN/ISSN: 978-0-8213-8746-7/ Link: http://dx.doi.org/10.1596/978-0-8213-8745-0

Stakeholders’ experiences of school financial management in the context of free primary education : a case study of two primary schools in the rural areas of Berea district in Lesotho

Abstract: This is a case study that focused on the stakeholders’ experiences of school financial management and how the challenging experiences were addressed in the face of Free Primary Education (FPE) programme. It is recommended for the government to develop a new policy for parental funding. Author(s): Malataliana, Margaret Maretselisitsoe Source(s): , ix, 101 p.,…

Mauritius local government gender action plan manual

Abstract: The local government (LG) gender action plan workshop manual is a product of the Training of Trainer (TOT) workshop that took place in Johannesburg in November 2007. The workshop brought together representatives of gender and LG authorities from Mauritius, Lesotho, South Africa and Namibia. Author(s): Virahsawmy, Loga Source(s): , 129 p., ill., graphs, tabs…

Rights, resources and rural development : community-based natural resource management in Southern Africa

Abstract: Examines the flaws in community-based natural resource management (CBNRM) and proposes remedies for many locations and circumstances. Shows how CBNRM can be central to sustainable development, the enhancement of livelihoods, and the conservation of biodiversity. Author(s): Fabricius, Christo; Koch, Eddie; Magome, Hector; Turner, Stephen Source(s): , xv, 288 p., ill., tabs, 24 cm Published:…