On July 28, 2017 SUNY/CID’s USAID-funded Strengthening Governing Institutions and Processes in Bosnia and Herzegovina (USAID/SGIP) and the Bosnia and Herzegovina State Ministry of Justice held a training for the Agency for the Prevention of Corruption and Coordination of the Fight against Corruption (APIK). The training covered anti-corruption principles and practices for drafting laws to eliminate loopholes for corruption.
As the first legislative assembly clerk in Siaya County, Felix Olwero is the in-house administrative and chief accounting officer who oversees the assembly’s day-to-day operations. Before 2014, Kenya had only one national legislative assembly; adoption of a devolved system of governance introduced 47 county governments each with its own legislative body.
1985 was a milestone year for the education sector in Kenya. A new education curriculum, the 8-4-4 System, which proposed eight years in primary school, four in secondary school and four in university was adopted. Kenya was on a new path to progress. Three decades later, 8-4-4 had outlived its usefulness. The system is now considered deficient and largely unresponsive to rapidly changing environments and emerging 21st century needs.
- Better Managers, Better Schools! Training Strengthens Governance of Primary Schoolsight
- LSP Sponsors Youth Parliament Session on Youth Employment and the Use of Parliamentary Questions in Oversight
- SUNY/CID launched Budget Training Program in Tajikistan
- SUNY/CID Wins Program in Tajikistan
- Members Orientation in Cote d’Ivoire
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The GIB is a newsletter that draws attention to technical matters involved in strengthening political institutions and to broader issues of aid strategies, democracy assistance, public sector performance, and to countries and regions where SUNY/CID is working. Our most recent edition can be found here and the archive here.
David E. Guinn: "Success in parliamentary strengthening: What does it mean?"
Robert Nakamura, et al.: "Stregthening Deliberative Bodies: Legislative Engagement Reference Paper" (pdf)
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