UN Joint Program on Local Governance and Decentralised Service Delivery
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Brief Description of the UN Joint Programme on Local Governance and Decentralised Service Delivery:
UN Joint Programme on Local Governance and Decentralised Service Delivery (JPLG).
The JPLG is designed to contribute towards:
The Somali Reconstruction and Development Programme 2008 –12 (RDP) priority/goal(s) of deepening peace, improving security and establishing good governance and investing in people through improved social services, and specifically to the RDP target outcome of ‘Decentralised service delivery achieved in all of South-Central Somalia, Puntland and Somaliland.
It follows a comprehensive approach to rendering local governments as credible basic service providers, and strengthening civic awareness and participation in decision making. The JPLG covers Outcome 1, sub outcome 1.3 of the United Nations Somali Assistance Strategy (UNSAS) 2011 -2015.
Current donors to the JPLG
EC, DFID, SIDA (Sweden), USAID, Italy, Norway, Denmark, UNDP and UNCDF.
The overall objective of the programme is that local governance contributes to peace and equitable priority service delivery in selected locations.
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