LOCAL ADMINISTRATION AND CSO’S

Public Adminstration

Project Background

  • coordinating the work among local actors
  • avoiding redundancy of projects and work and competition on resources
  • resolving conflicts among local actors
  • Supporting local administration structure and presence
  • offering local CSO’s and bigger NGO’s protection against armed groups and their police which try to oversee the CSO’s work, also against fraud and competition
  • introducing more transparency with both sides monitor each other
  • Activate the role of the centralized administration by provincial councils and potentially the respective ministry(s)

Desirable outcomes

  • Coordinating the work among local actors
  • Avoiding redundancy of projects and work and competition on resources
  • Resolving conflicts among local actors
  • Supporting local administration structure and presence
  • Offering local CSO’s and bigger NGO’s protection against armed groups and their police which try to oversee the CSO’s work, also against fraud and competition
  • Introducing more transparency with both sides monitor each other
  • Activate the role of the centralized administration by provincial councils and potentially the respective ministry(s)