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Assessing the role and capacity of civil society organisations in holding local government accountable in Uganda
(African Consortium of Public Administration, 2011-09)
Decentralised local government is arguably the most direct mechanism of ensuring that the local leaders are accountable to the citizens, in form of downward accountability. Civil society participation is thus seen as a ...
Assessing the institutional capacity of external agencies in holding Local Governments Accountable in Uganda
(UTS ePRESS, 2012)
The Government of Uganda established external agencies as part of the control mechanisms aimed at promoting accountability in the public sector in general and local governments (LGs) in particular. The two cardinal control ...
Human Resources Retention in Local Government: Review of Uganda’s Policy and Institutional Mechanisms for Performance
(Loyola College of Social Sciences, 2014-07)
This paper presents results of a study conducted to examine human resource (HR) talent retention in Uganda’s local government in terms of the framework of existing policy and institutional arrangements. The paper derives ...