2nd Administrative Reforms Commission Report, Urban Governance, 2006

2nd Administrative Reforms Commission Report, Urban Governance, 2006

This is an extensive report on administrative issues in urban local government, with a special focus on the necessity of prioritizing poverty in the urban context, which is an area hitherto neglected by planners and policy makers working on poverty alleviation programs. This report cautions that administrative reforms ought to focus on an “empowerment” approach that allows for greater participation, rather than a “delivery” approach.

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