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Participatory Budgeting in Africa - A Training Companion for Anglophone Countries - Part I Concepts and Principles

Participatory Budgeting in Africa - A Training Companion for Anglophone Countries - Part I Concepts and Principles

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Introduction of participatory budgeting can be a sound vehicle in realizing good governance and fighting poverty. It is a mechanism that involves elected leaders, public officials, service providers, and non-state actors – civil society, private sector and development partners.

This Training Companion is part of the effort to build capacity of local government practitioners in introducing participatory budgeting in local government in Africa. The Companion was developed with a view to providing users with Information, tool, methodologies, case studies and tips on how participatory budgeting can be introduced. The materials in the Companion were collected from various local governments in Africa and beyond that are already practicing participatory budgeting. Users are encouraged to adopt the material to their local condition.
Introduction of participatory budgeting can be a sound vehicle in realizing good governance and fighting poverty. It is a mechanism that involves elected leaders, public officials, service providers, and non-state actors – civil society, private sector and development partners.

This Training Companion is part of the effort to build capacity of local government practitioners in introducing participatory budgeting in local government in Africa. The Companion was developed with a view to providing users with Information, tool, methodologies, case studies and tips on how participatory budgeting can be introduced. The materials in the Companion were collected from various local governments in Africa and beyond that are already practicing participatory budgeting. Users are encouraged to adopt the material to their local condition.

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Participatory Budgeting in Africa:
A Training Companion with cases from eastern and southern AfricaVolime I: Concepts and Principles
 
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Copyright © United Nations Human Settlements Programme andMunicipal Development Partnership for Eastern and Southern Africa, 2008
ISBN 978-92-1-131952-1HS number: HS/969/08E
Participatory Budgeting in Africa – A Training Companion with cases from eastern and southern Africa;Volume I: Concepts and PrinciplesDISCLAIMERThe designations employed and the presentation of material in this publication do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of the secretariat of the United Nations concerning the legal status of any county, territory, city or area or its authorities, or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries regarding its economic system or degree of development. Excerpts may be reproduced without authorization, on condition that the source is credited.Designed and Printed by Unon/Publishing Section Services, Nairobi
The publication of the Participatory Budgeting Training Companions was made possible through the nancial sup
-port of the UN-HABITAT Training and Capacity Building Branch’s project “Strengthening National Training capa- bilities for Local Governance and Urban Development” funded by the Government of the Netherlands. Published by:United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-HABITAT)P.O.Box 30030 GPO 00100Nairobi, KenyaFax : (254-20) 7623092 (Training and Capacity Building Branch)E-mail : tcbb@unhabitat.orgWeb site : www.unhabitat.organdMunicipal Development Partnership Eastern and Southern Africa 7th Floor Hurudza House, 14-16 Nelson Mandela Avenue Harare, Zimbabwe Fax: (263-4) 774387 Email: region@mdpafrica.org.zw Web site: www.mdpafrica.org.zw

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