Decentralized Service Delivery in East Africa
13 Nov 2007 - 16 Nov 2007
Dar es-Salaam, Tanzania


This seminar is organized by JICA in collaboration with UNCRD Africa Office, to explore the decentralization process and report on the findings of case studies which were commissioned by JICA in the three East African countries (Kenya, Uganda an Tanzania). More specifically, participants of the seminar examine the role of decentralization in enhancing local governance and promoting effective service delivery at the grassroots level. The outcome of the study will be used for policy guidance since decentralization is a key tool for poverty reduction and also for achievement of sustainable development. Some of the papers presented at the seminar with other papers from some African countries, will be compiled and published in Regional Development Dialogue(RDD) Fall 2008.

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