In most provinces and districts, tribal traditions and influential local leaders were in control. The IDLG develops policy, appoints Provincial and District Governors and Mayors, coordinates democratically-elected Provincial Councils, and administers the offices and staff of all the above. Pioneering policies and legislation have been developed and introduced but implementation is uneven and further reform is necessary. ASGP has also supported the development of guidelines and toolkits that clarify the roles and responsibilities of Provincial and District Governors Offices. This training and technical support allows the offices to fulfill their responsibilities in areas such as governance and service delivery, public outreach and financial management.
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IDLG with support from international and national organizations and donor communities will take firm steps towards collective actions. To help poor communities get a minimum-level of services, the government will set a threshold of core services to be provided to all communities. The program aims to strengthen municipal governance and management in the following 4 secondary cities in Afghanistan: Herat, Jalalabad, Kandahar, and Mazar-e-Sharif during its first phase IDLG The Independent directorate for Local Governance IDLG was established through a presidential decree on 30th August that has been mandated to improve governance in order to achieve stability, security and development.
IDLG with support from international and national organizations and donor communities will take firm steps for collective actions. IDLG with support from international and national organizations and donor communities will take rm steps towards collective actions. Its mandate is to strengthen local governance, help maintain security and facilitate development. IDLG with support from national and international organizations will take firm collective steps to help strengthen local administrations.
In this context, IDLG has initiated four pillars of interventions for sub-national governance: 1 policy development; 2 Institutional building; 3 broader local governance — governance programs; and 4 support regular functions. IDLG with support from national and international organizations will take firm collective steps to help strengthen local administration.
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Mukree The project also supports construction of women-friendly citizen service centres; these serve as one-stop shops to provide services to local citizens. Background Profile on Afghanistan. Local governance efforts in Afghanistan are threatened by insecurity, limiting government access and provision of public services in many districts. IDLG weekly news letter 48 Close to 80 women police officers, prosecutors and members of the legal community in Afghanistan….