The Malian Community of Practice in Managing for Development Results (CoP-Mali/MfDR) was launched on April 22, 2010, in Bamako, Mali, with the support of the African Development Bank (AfDB). The highlight of this national event was the holding of the CoP-Mali/MfDR constitutional assembly, where participants adopted CoP-Mali/MfDR’s charter and formed its steering committee. The steering committee comprises 11 members with a two-year term of office.
The Minister responsible…
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“We are charting a new course, whose aim is to promote dynamic leadership, for we must meet the challenge of good governance. This means revitalizing the national company for production and distribution of electricity and water (or REGIDESO for Régie de Production et de Distribution d’Eau et d’Electricité), organizing it to meet criteria of excellence and taking concrete steps that involve all staff for the next three years.” Célestin Nduwamungu, Director General,…Continue
Managing for Development Results: A Focus on Africa
AfCoP Casebook – June 2010
The African Community of Practice on Managing for Development Results
The casebook is now available for download here!
"Strong and effective institutions are…
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17 March 2010 - Today - The active role of the civil service is necessary to bolster efforts aimed at delivering governance promises.
This was said yesterday by Dr. Njogu Bah, The Gambia's secretary general and head of the Civil Service at the opening…
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CLEAR is a multiregional initiative, whose goal is to…Continue
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Parliamentarians in democratic societies play a crucial role in ensuring budgetary oversight, budgets that in developing countries often consist of a high proportion of international development aid. By ensuring aid funds are accounted for and transparently spent to benefit those who are most in need, parliaments actively contribute to the realisation of the…Continue
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Ministers of Public Service will meet on Monday, 22nd February 2010 at the ECOWAS Commission in Abuja to launch the All Africa Public Service Innovation Awards (AAPSIA).
The AAPSIA is one of the thematic areas within a broad African Union (AU) programme of the 6th Conference of African Ministers of public-Civil service chaired by Kenya.
The ministers, led by the South African Minister of Public Service…
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Switching from line-item budgeting to program-based budgeting (PBB) – a major step toward establishing a performance framework in budgeting – proves to be a lengthy process that requires to follow a clear sequenced action for reforms. Many African countries are already using Medium Term Expenditure Framework and moving toward a results-based budgeting program.
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Dr. C. William Allen has been the Director General of Liberia’s Civil Service Agency (CSA) since March 2006. He responds to the AfCoP’s questions on the challenges of buildingcapacity and fostering new management methods in his post-conflict country’s public administration.…
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The 4th Malaysian Evaluation Society (MES) International Evaluation Conference will be held from 29 March - 2 April, 2010 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
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In the December issue of the Capacity.org’s newsletter, one article is dedicated to communities of practice (CoPs). Its authors Thomas Theisohn and Tony Land argue that connections… Continue
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Mr. Babakar Fall has been Director General of Senegal’s National Agency for Statistics and Demography (ANSD) since March 2006. Here are his answers to AfCoP’s questions following the meetings of the PARIS21 Consortium (November 16-18) and the Fifth Africa Symposium on Statistical Development (November 19-21, held in Senegal. It is the full version of his interview already published in the December issue of the AfCoP Newsletter.…
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The Asia-Pacific Community of Practice (AsCoP) on Managing for Development Results (MfDR) conducted its annual meeting in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, from 22-25 November 2009, with an emphasis on Results-Based Management (RBM) and Results-Based Budgeting (RBB). Over 70 delegates… Continue
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