2 edition of Decentralization of development efforts in Ethiopia found in the catalog.
Decentralization of development efforts in Ethiopia
by Institute of Development Research, Addis Ababa University in [Addis Ababa?]
Written in English
|Statement||prepared for United Nations Centre for Regional Development [by] Ayele Tirfie.|
|Contributions||United Nations Centre for Regional Development.|
|LC Classifications||HC845 .A93 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||51 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||51|
|LC Control Number||87981051|
Decentralization or decentralisation (see spelling differences) is the process by which the activities of an organization, particularly those regarding planning and decision making, are distributed or delegated away from a central, authoritative location or group.. Concepts of decentralization have been applied to group dynamics and management science in private businesses and organizations. --Fiscal decentralization: the German experience / Rigmar Osterkamp (12 p.). --The legal framework for fiscal decentralization in Ethiopia during the transition period / Befekadu Degefe (24 p.). --History of the post-war Ethiopian fiscal system / Wogene Yirko (42 p.). --The conceptual framework for fiscal decentralization / Kibre Moges (18 p.).
The authors explore the effects of decentralization on education and health in Ethiopia using an original database covering all of the country’s regions and woredas (local governments). Ethiopia is a remarkable case in which war, famine and chaos in the ss were followed by federalization, decentralization, rapid growth and dramatic Author: Jean-Paul Faguet, Qaiser Khan, Devarakonda Priyanka Kanth. Decentralization transfers authority and responsibility of major government functions from central to sub-national governments — including local governments, civil society, and the private sector. The community-driven development (CDD) and decentralization nexus can empower communities to exert influence over local governance and services.
Ethiopia's constitution granted regional and local governments wide-ranging powers of self-management. The process of devolving power from a historically centralized, authoritarian state has been slow and is heavily focused on building individual and institutional capacity. This was demonstrated in Ethiopia by the reform’s development of a simpler Type 1 performance budget. The book describes a successful financial reform that was led by government, was fit for context, and started with PFA and then evolved to PFM in three core systemsbudgeting, accounting, and planningsupported by appropriate automation.
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Decentralization in Ethiopia Paperback – December The other three studies are synopses of master theses submitted to the Institute of Regional and Local Development Studies of Addis Ababa University. The Amazon Book Review Author interviews, book reviews, editors' picks, and more.
Read it now Price: $ This book, therefore, approaching decentralization as multidimensional process, presents an in-depth analysis of its linkages with poverty reduction in Ethiopian context. The five chapters in the book deal with establishing the context of issues of the linkages; Theoretical and conceptual underpinnings; the features of decentralization and poverty reduction policies in Ethiopia; major results and : Edegilign Hailu.
OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 24 cm: Contents: Introduction / Tegegne Gebre-Egziabher --A literature review of decentralization in Ethiopia / Tegegne Gebre-Egziabher and Kassahun Berhanu --A rapid assessment of wereda decentralization in Ethiopia / Meheret Ayenew --Decentralized governance and service delivery: A case study of Digelu and Tijo wereda of Arsi Zone.
Local Level Decentralization in Ethiopia: Case Study of Tigray Regional State; Local Government Law, Development and Cross-border Trade in the Global Cities of SADC; Engendering Constitutional Realization of Sustainable Development in NigeriaAuthor: Assefa Fiseha. The ethnic diversity of Ethiopia was made part of the decentralization design – with regional and sub-regional boundaries drawn in ways which explicitly gave geographic recognition to ethnic identities, including the official use of local languages for state business (a major departure from the earlier official dominance of Amharic).File Size: KB.
Decentralization of development efforts in Ethiopia book AfterEthiopia has introduced an ethnic federal governance system constituting nine regional states and two autonomous city administrations, Addis Ababa and Dire Dawa. Ethiopia officially the District Level Decentralization Program (DLDP) by launched the year The program flagged core objectives such as institutionalizing viable development centers at local levels, deepening devolution of power, enhancing the democratization process through.
Ethiopia is a particularly good context in which to study the decentralized provision of primary services for three reasons: (1) The country’s size and recent development experience give it a natural importance in the development community; (2) Its geographic and socio-cultural.
The Process of Decentralisation in Ethiopia since • 7 Southern Ethiopian Peoples’ Democratic Front (SEPDF), to a more cohesive political force in which the major regions are now governed by EPRDF-allied parties. Subnational Governments At the subnational level, concerns about Ethiopia’s dominant-party state are therefore Size: KB.
The book addresses issues of local and regional development in Ethiopia. The issues include decentralization, service delivery, rural urban linkages and regional inequality. Ethiopia has made major strides in improving its human development indicators in the past 15 years, achieving significant increases in the coverage of basic education and health services in a short period of time.
Imrovements took place during a period of massive decentralization of fiscal resources, to the regions in and to woredas in. Decentralization and Community Participation in Education in Ethiopia: outcomes, the implementation of decentralization and community participation in education is educational development efforts, specifically in sub-Saharan Africa (Watt, ).
In Ethiopia, the practices of fiscal decentralization show that there is high vertical fiscal imbalance and regional disparities, problem of effectiveness and efficiency in resource utilization, problems of administrative malpractice and tight political influence mainly at Author: Girma Defere.
Inthe government of Ethiopia drew a constitution that paved way for decentralization at the Regional and later Woreda levels. Civil service policy reforms, poverty reduction policies (SDPRP), capacity building programmes (NCBP), and ensuing institutional and structural changes as regards devolving staff from Regions to Woredas as a means of empowering local Author: GAD Consult.
Ethiopia - enhancing human development outcomes through decentralized service delivery (English) Abstract. This report on enhancing human development outcomes through decentralized service delivery in Ethiopia seeks to identify changes in human development outcomes in a period of deepening decentralization and to suggest how the country's decentralized governance.
This article explores the politics of decentralization and state–peasant encounters in rural Oromiya, Ethiopia. Breaking with a centralized past, the incumbent government of the Ethiopian People's Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF) committed itself to a decentralization policy in the early s and has since then created a number of new sites for state–citizen by: Complete Report in English Official version of document (may contain signatures, etc) Official PDF, 14 pages mb TXT *.
Abstract The purpose of this paper was to assess the challenges of good Governance in Ethiopia. Governance, in the world of globalization and competition, matters in accelerating development and in reducing poverty particularly in most developing.
Donors and governments also recognized the important role that non-government organizations (NGOs) were performing in providing services to farmers, and began to devise ways and means to associate them to the rural development efforts in a coordinated manner, within the framework of overall national decentralization policies.
This paper attempts to explain the policy of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church aiming at achieving a centralized ecclesiastical authority during the 20th century. The joint initiatives of the political power, both monarchical and revolutionary, and the.
How can decentralisation in its various forms be achieved without compromising expenditure control or accountability for achieving performance? Decentralisation in developing countries is viewed as a critical mechanism for aligning public expenditures with local priorities, for improving management incentives and for improving accountability to users close to the point of service delivery.Decentralization’s Effects on Education and Health: Evidence from Ethiopia (English) Abstract.
The authors explore the effects of decentralization on education and health in Ethiopia using an original database covering all of the country’s regions and woredas (local governments).Author: Jean-Paul Faguet, Qaiser M. Khan, Devarakonda Priyanka Kanth.Rigmar Osterkamp, Fiscal Decentralization: The German Experience: Abrar Suleiman, Final Decentralization: Experiences of Selected Countries: Girma seyom, Fiscal Decentralization and macroeconomic management in Ethiopia: Bulti Terfassa, The role of fiscal Decentralization in promoting participatory Development in Ethiopia.