3 edition of Frequently Asked Questions on Decentralisation in Uganda found in the catalog.
January 1, 2006
by Fountain Publishers
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||112|
COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus. Uganda's decentralisation policy is one of the most ambitious and radical in sub-Saharan Africa. A long tradition of local government already existed in Uganda in when the National Resistance Movement came to power, so when the Presidential Policy Statement on decentralisation was issued in , it only formalised and articulated the Ugandan government's commitment to the decentralised.
Decentralisation and Transformation of Governance in Uganda by Delius Asiimwe, Nakanyike B. Musisi. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. Decentralization in Uganda: explaining successes and failures in local governance in SearchWorks catalog.
Get this from a library! Decentralization and development partnerships: lessons from Uganda. [Fumihiko Saitō] -- This book provides the kind of on-the-ground look at the process and results of decentralization that we have been missing in the debates over "decentralization. We will explore the main factors affecting local economic development, such as globalization, decentralisation, and competitiveness. We will discuss key components, like entrepreneurship and innovation and look into the organization of local economies into .
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Lambright s important book constitutes a thorough reexamination of decentralized governance as it actually functions in Uganda, providing further reason for skepticism about decentralization as a panacea for improving state effectiveness and by: Decentralisation in Uganda: Exploring the Constraints for Poverty Reduction Abstract It is often claimed that decentralisation is effective for the reduction of poverty due to in-herent opportunities for higher popular participation and increased efficiency in public service Size: KB.
Uganda¿s decentralization policy is one of the most ambitious and radical in sub-Saharan Africa. A long tradition of local government already existed in Uganda in when the National Resistance Movement came to power, so when the Presidential Policy Statement on decentralization was issued init only formalized and articulated the Ugandan government¿s commitment to the Cited by: The process of decentralisation was enshrined in Uganda's constitution.
The achievements and challenges in this process of decentralisation are analysed in this collection of essays. The issues are examined in relation to various aspects: legal, institutional, administrative, financial and human resources management. The six essays, with an introduction and conclusion by the editor.
Publication date Title Variation Successes and failures in local governance ISBN (alk. paper) (alk. paper). Decentralisation and Local Development in Uganda 19 Aug The Decentralisation policy was introduced in the country more than 20 years ago with the main objective of empowering people, democratise state power and facilitate modernisation of our communities.
This study in Uganda is not intended to answer all of the remaining questions on the debate over decentralization.
Instead it is intended to provi de some useful points for further discussions byAuthor: Fumihiko Saito. The Uganda Constitution of spelt out the principle of decentralization by devolution. Accordingly, from todistrict local governments had a dejure mandate to hire and fire all Author: Kristof Titeca.
DECENTRALIZATION IN UGANDA. Omar Azfar, Jeffrey Livingston, and Patrick Meagher*. The theory of fiscal federalism provides several reasons to expect better public service delivery if government is decentralized.
Demand for public services is expected to vary across jurisdictions, and local government officials are expected to match supply of public services with demand more effectively than if public.
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Get this from a library. Frequently asked questions on decentralisation in Uganda. [Sylvester Wenkere Kisembo]. Decentralization, Local Bureaucracies and Service Delivery in Uganda Moses L.
Golola* October Abstract Following close to two decades of political distress and economic decline, Uganda embarked, in the mid s, on far-reaching reforms under Yoweri Museveni’s National Resistance Movement. Decentralization and Development Partnerships: Lessons from Uganda goes beyond theory to compare academic assumptions to the reality of decentralization implementation in modern Uganda.
Although the process is by no means free of difficulties, Saito concludes that a Format: Paperback. Document Political Decentralization In Africa: Experiences Of Uganda, Rwanda, And South Africa, John-Mary Kauzya “The mere fact of opting for decentralization shall not by itself ensure that the population effectively participates in its development which is the ultimate goal of a good policy of decentralization and good governance.
Decentralisation and Civil Society in Uganda: the quest for good governance edited by APOLO NSIBAMBI Kampala Uganda: Fountain Publishers, Pp. £ (pbk.). - Volume 38 Issue 2 - RACHEL FLANARYAuthor: Rachel Flanary.
Many countries have embarked on a process to decentralize their health systems as a means to improve their responsiveness and performance.
In practice, decentralization involves the transfer of authority and power from: Higher to lower levels of government or from national to subnational levels of government. In Uganda, efforts to decentralize the management of the extension service and to launch the village participation in land development exercise have led to a number of issues, outcomes and expectations.
This overview looks at what can be realistically expected from the extension service (in terms of. Like a number of other developing countries in recent years, Uganda has adopted a decentralized management structure for its public sector. Along with this restructuring came the devolution of budgetary responsibilities.
Presents findings from a study of the impact of decentralization on Ugandan health sector budgeting. A questionnaire was used to seek the expert opinion of key participants in Cited by: The success of decentralization frequently depends heavily on training for both national and local officials in decentralized administration.
Technical assistance is often required for local governments, private enterprises and local non-governmental groups in the planning, financing, and management of decentralized functions. Handbook on Decentralisation in Uganda by S.W.
Kisembo (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. The digit and digit formats both work. Cited by: 4. Which license does Taylor & Francis Books Open Access use? Taylor & Francis Books Open Access titles are published under a Creative Commons license.
Our preferred license is Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs (CC BY-NC-ND) license. Under this license, others may download your work and share it as.decentralization often requires improved planning, budgeting and management techniques and practices; the adoption of new tools; and the development of improved human resources to operate the decentralized programmes.” 4 “ Decentralization is a complex phenomenon involving many geographic entities, societal actors and social sectors."Handbook on Decentralisation in Uganda delves into some of the issues concerning decentralisation and sets out in a logical sequence the relevant legislations.
It provides a clear definition of decentralisation as well as the rationale for the introduction of the policy.