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War on corruption should not be left to PCB only
Tanzania : ,

Corruption is still very prevalent and has reaching negative impact on quality service delivery and the fight against poverty. Nyasigo Kornel writes.


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Posted By: Nyasigo Kornel


Local Government to Allocate 10 per cent for informal sector soft and free loans
Tanzania : ,

The poor, especially those operating in the formal sector are expected to get free loans from the Local Government Authorities (LGAs). By Nyasigo Kornel


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Posted By: Nyasigo Kornel


300 Government Executives to be trained on leadership within three years
Tanzania : ,

The program that has been established by (Tanzania Public Service Commission TPSC) and The program that has been established by (Tanzania Public Service Commission TPSC) and Tanzania Global Development Learning Centre (TGDLC) and sponsored by JICA has intention of enhancing leadership excellence on ethical leadership for more than 300 government executives within three year time.


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Posted By: Nyasigo Kornel


Rugumyamheto Preaches Ethical conducts as mean to Leadership Excellence
Tanzania : ,

The Permanent Secretary President’s Office, Public Service Management Mr. Joseph Rugumyamheto reveals that the ongoing Public Service Reform Program that his Ministry is undertaking has been achieved through effective leadership at every public service level.


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Posted By: Nyasigo Kornel


Enhancing government executives’ awareness on ethical leadership
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The course also aims at helping participants to understand the process and therefore make ethical decisions as well as the how and the importance of providing ethical leadership by doing.


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Posted By: Nyasigo Kornel


What is the relevant model that is best for practices in indigenous development?
Tanzania : ,

Is Forced development that is promoted from outside-in is the relevant model that is best for practices in indigenous development? Professor Henry Mintzberg of McGill university one of the world’s most influential writer shares his views and experiences in Africa with Tanzania through videoconference. NYASIGO KORNEL who participated the conference analyses.


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Posted By: Nyasigo Kornel


Position of Tanzania in Sub-Saharan Africa in the implementation of Local Economic Development
Tanzania : ,

Tanzania has achieved an excellence in Local Economic Development (LED) to the ground of practice where Primary Education Development Program and Municipal managements have been sited as practice examples. Unlike other Sub Saharan Africa countries who have done better in policy and legislative framework, yet lack ground practices.


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Posted By: Nyasigo Kornel


The mistakes of learning opportunities and excuses of stifling reform in Municipal Services
Tanzania : ,

It takes a long time, effort and commitment to achieve fundamental reform in the engagement of private sector provision in municipal service delivery. The big challenge lies in seizing upon the mistakes as learning opportunities, rather than use them as excuses of stifling reform that can spearhead Tanzania economy.


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Posted By: Nyasigo Kornel


Leaders: Are they born or bred?
Tanzania : ,

While this remains a topic of debate, the fact remains that thousands of leaders and managers face exponential change on a daily basis, with or without formal development. Fortunately, key leadership possesses skills and appropriate behavior can be developed. By Nyasigo Kornel


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Some successes and challenges of e-governance in Tanzania
Tanzania : ,

Internationally most countries are in the early stages of e-governance. But according to ICT experts, the western countries of Europe, the United States, Japan, Australia and Singapore are more advanced in e-governance. In Tanzania e-governance is at infant stage.


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Posted By: ALOYCE MENDA


EAC Secretariat Hosts Regional Workshops for Civil Society Organizations
Tanzania : ,

The East African Community Secretariat in conjuction with GTZ will host a two day regional workshop for civil society organizations in East Africa from Thursday 28th - Friday 29th July 2005 in Arusha.


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Posted By: Evonne Massawe


Rwanda Ambassador Visit EAC Headquarters
Tanzania : ,

The Director General of the EAC Customs and Trade Directorate welcomed the Ambassador of the Republic of Rwanda to the EAC Headquarters on the 20th July. Discussions were based on some of the major developments taking place in the EAC integration process.


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Posted By: Evonne Massawe


Public Sector Transparency Special
Tanzania : ,

In mid-April, the Development Gateway will launch a web Special on “Public Sector Transparency” to coincide with the World Bank spring meeting. The Special will explore the practical issues of ensuring openness in governments around the world. The initiative will involve a dozen or more of the Development Gateway topic pages and will be promoted heavily through a google campaign and our network of partners.


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Posted By: Evonne Massawe


Mongella: Renewed hope for women
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Getrude Mongella, the MP for Ukerewe, returning from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, after she was elected the President of Africa Parliament...


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Posted By: Rafiy Saleh


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