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Popular participation and local government operations in Uganda

Frederick W. Jjuuko

Popular participation and local government operations in Uganda

by Frederick W. Jjuuko

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Published by Human Rights and Peace Centre in Kampala .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementFrederick W. Jjuuko, Richard Asaba Bagonza, Faridah Kyomuhangi
SeriesHURIPEC working paper -- no. 30
ContributionsBagonza, Richard Asaba, Kyomuhangi, Faridah
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 45 p. ;
Number of Pages45
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24804595M
ISBN 10997051134X
LC Control Number2010306958

  The TSUPU program is an initiative undertaken by the Government of Uganda and its support partners to align urban development efforts at the national government, local government, and community level. It aims to: Develop a national urban policy that will guide sustainable urbanization in Uganda. financing of local governments in uganda through central government grants and local government revenues office of the auditor general , kampala, tel: + fax: + e-mail: [email protected] financing of local governments in uganda through central government grants and local government revenues.

  Returning to decentralisation, we can see that one of its shortcomings is the lack of opportunities it offers for popular participation in local governance. Sensitizing the elite on that issue can be accelerated if one demonstrates that the current top-down approach is detrimental to development in the long run as it renders planning inefficient.   About the Role: The Youth Engagement & Participation Portfolio Coordinator is a position reporting directly to the Deputy Program Director and be part of a YAW- Markets for Youth program team. The Youth Engagement & Participation Portfolio Coordinator will coordinate with CSO partners to deliver robust strategies for mobilizing and engaging youth and other vulnerable groups within the.

Devas N and Grant U () Local government decision-making – citizen participation and local accountabil- ity: Some evidence from Kenya and Uganda. Public Administration and Development 23(4.   In light of this, Uganda established a legal framework that was cognizant of women’s pivotal role in water management to support inclusive local water governance. The legal framework is based on an operation and maintenance strategy that emphasizes women participation in Water User Committees (WUCs).


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LOCAL GOVERNMENT STRUCTURE AND SYSTEMS The decentralisation policy in Uganda was launched in October with the first 13 pilot districts. The enactment of the Local Government Statute, was a way of.

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is a platform for academics to share research papers. The Republic of Uganda Ministry of Local Government THE LOCAL GOVERNMENTS FINANCIAL AND ACCOUNTING MANUAL, August File Size: 1MB.

Functions of a lower local government executive committee. Local governments generally. Councillors not to hold two political offices, etc. Meetings of local government councils. Elected officials to be part time.

PART IV—FUNCTIONS AND POWERS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT COUNCILS. Functions, powers and services of a council. to The Uganda Gazette No. 31 Volume C dated 22nd June, Printed by UPPC, Entebbe, by Order of the Government. STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS No.

THE LOCAL GOVERNMENTS (FINANCIAL AND ACCOUNTING) REGULATIONS, ARRANGEMENT OF REGULATIONS. Part I—Preliminary. A record must be kept in the vote book of the commitment of funds when. Is citizen participation unique to local government.

With these issues in mind it appears that the same problems afflict identifying legal personality as a feature of local government, for legal personality is not a monopoly of local government.

Robson ( ) defines local government from a legal point of view as follows. Currently, many local governments in developing countries face the near-impossible task of funding the infrastructure and services required to meet the basic needs of growing urban populations, while forward-looking capital investments are not possible for financial reasons.

Local. conducted research on citizen participation as a legal right in local government service delivery processes in Uganda. Rationale of the Baseline Study Participation, which is an important component of service delivery mechanisms, maximizes the benefits of any mechanism selected.

The lack of participation in decision-making and in civil. to take place. E.g. a local administration may not have enough resources to fully implement the policy, and hence has to make choices.

Public participation can ensure that the local public is aware of these constraints but also broadly supports the choices that have to be made. But public participation is often also required for the state to be.

8 DECENTRALIZATION AND LOCAL DEVELOPMENT IN UGANDA - jULy, Number Heading Page Table 1 Number of districts in Uganda under different governments 21 Figure 1 Local revenue performance /98 - /08 PRINCIPLES OF SERVICE DELIVERY IN UGANDA’S LOCAL GOVERNMENTS Page | 4 Principles of Service Delivery in Uganda’s Local Government System Principle 1: Conscious Strengthening of Service Standards.

This refers to services in terms of quantity, quality, time and cost of service delivered. Best practices: Local Governments should: i. participation of citizens in local ele ctions or with the lack of. Hampton in his book "The local government and urban.

Improvement in local government remains a high priority in most. Ministry of Local Government Produced by the Participation Research Cluster, Institute of Development Studies.

Generously supported by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation. New York State has a tradition of home rule authority and providing citizens with a strong voice in their local governments.

In order to exercise that voice e˙ectively, it is important to understand how our government and o˙icials function at every level. The New York State Department of State Division of Local Government Services.

The paper provides a general discussion on strategic planning regarding the conceptual issues, the contextual background and practical application in Local Governments. It generally reviews literature for this purpose and in addition to the above.

In local government, territorial distribution of power is the essence. The history of local government in Western Europe, Great Britain, the United States, and Russia exhibits the growing awareness of its significance.

This awareness is a product of a development of parochial and town life which began long before the modern state emerged. The enactment of the Local Government Act, provided the way for further decentralisation. The amendment to the Act extensively empowered elected local governments in Uganda.

Structure of Local Government in Uganda The Kampala City Capital Authority and the districts are the highest tier of government. Uganda African Farmers Union founded by I.K. Musaazi. An African representing the Northern region of Uganda joined the LEGCO making the total number of Africans 4.

Riots in Buganda challenging the by passing of government price controls on the exports sales of cotton; urging the removal of the Asian monopoly over cotton ginning. CHAPTER THE LOCAL GOVERNMENTS ACT. Commencement: 24 March, An Act to amend, consolidate and streamline the existing law on local.

governments in line with the Constitution to give effect to the decentralisation and devolution of functions, powers and services; to. provide for decentralisation at all levels of local governments to.

ensure good governance and democratic participation.LOCAL GOVERNMENT Constitutional provisions Chap Article (1) of the Constitutiona of the Republic of Uganda provides for a decentralised system of local government.

Main legislative texts The main legislation is the Local Governments Act b (Cap. ). Proposed legislative changes No proposed legislative changes.Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.