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Angola: Better Monitoring for Improving Local Service Delivery
Strenghtening the capacities of local officials to monitor will support the process of Angolan decentralization.
Decentralization is a key priority in Angola. A Local Administration Decree was passed in 1999 which offered a framework for decentralisation and the goal of decentralization will also guide the next revision of the Constitution. Yet moving from policy to implementation is a complex process. Decentralization requires human resources and effective public institutions at the local level.
By strengthening capacities to monitor, this project aims to better equip local governments.
In particular, by involving citizens in a community evaluation the project seeks to facilitate dialogue and to mobilise political will to implement reform. The investment should improve
local development plans,
mobilization of local resources and
participation in local decision making.
Statistics offices and information centres in 15 municipalities will be targeted.