Journey from Gram Panchayat to Union Parishad – Exploring the Roots of the Horizontal Learning Programme

By HLP Team of Kerala Institute of Local Administration (KILA), compiled by Dr. J B Rajan, Associate Professor, KILA & Prathap Singh A S, Training Associate, KILA
Mar 07, 2019

A team from Kerala Institute of Local Administration visited Dhaka, Bangladesh to learn more about the Horizontal Learning Programme (HLP). This blog encapsulates reflections on the HLP practices witnessed on the ground in Bangladesh and sketches the team's journey from GP (Gram Panchayat) to UP (Union Parishad). Read more...

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A community-based approach to reshaping health services

By Wahidullah Azizi & Saida Azimi, Integrity Watch Afghanistan
Dec 19, 2018

Integrity Watch Afghanistan's pilot programme seeking to increase the efficacy of the public health system with the active engagement and oversight of citizens has yielded positive results, underscoring the critical role of civic engagement in ensuring the effectiveness of public service delivery. Read more...

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Who are ‘the people’? – Making citizen participation models work for poor and marginalised groups

By Rebecca Haines, Senior Governance Advisor – Asia and MENA, CARE International UK
Sep 19, 2018

This blog is the second in a 3-part series reflecting on key themes from a recent LOGIN study tour hosted by CARE Bangladesh on mainstreaming social accountability.

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Beyond the tools: Participatory power analysis as the missing ingredient in local governance programming

By Rebecca Haines, Senior Governance Advisor – Asia and MENA, CARE International UK
Aug 02, 2018

CARE Bangladesh hosted a week-long study tour for 25 participants from 10 countries in Asia in July 2018, in partnership with LOGIN. This blog explores some of the key things that participants learned from CARE Bangladesh’s approach, in its World Bank-funded JATRA project, to empowering the poorest and most marginalised to participate in, and meaningfully influence, local government decision-making processes.

This blog is the first in a 3-part series, reflecting on key themes from the recent LOGIN study tour hosted by CARE Bangladesh. It originally appeared on the CARE Insights website and was republished with permission. Link to original blog Read more...

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'Sushasan na panthe, Panchayato na Prayaso' - Efforts of Gram Panchayats of Kutch towards good local governance

By Srestha Roy , Lead - Learning Lab for Local Governance, SETU Abhiyan
Kutch, Gujarat, India, Jul 04, 2018

The Learning Lab for Local Governance (SETU-LL), SETU Abhiyan, a LOGIN member, is an incubator of ideas and initiatives to strengthen the value of local governance in the public domain. It undertakes and facilitates documentation, research and learning events in partnership with local governance institutions, civil society organizations and academia.

With the aim of showcasing Gram Panchayat practices that promote good governance, SETU-LL ideated a platform for peer learning and sharing which would set up opportunities for inculcation of such practices by Gram Panchayats. The District Panchayat, Kutch Mitra-the local newspaper and Akashvani-Bhuj and KMVS came forward to partner this initiative.

This initiative became a learning event for the Gram Panchayat members with respect to good local governance. Read more...

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