Africa Day of Decentralisation and Local Development

AFRICA DAY OF DECENTRALISATION AND LOCAL DEVELOPMENT BANNER

The first ever Africa Day of Decentralisation and Local Development was celebrated on Friday, 10 August 2012, under the theme Financing decentralisation, public service delivery and local development.

The Africa Day of Decentralisation and Local Development was adopted by the Africa Union (AU) at the January 2012 Summit of Heads of State and Government following a recommendation made by the All Africa Ministerial Conference on Decentralisation and Local Development (AMCOD) at its second ordinary session held in Maputo, Mozambique, from 8 to 10 August 2010.

The Water Investment Conference

12 Sep 2012
14 Sep 2012
The Water Investment Conference
Venue: 
TBA

The Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Forestry and the Namibia Water Corporation (NamWater) are to host a Water Investment Conference from 12 -14 September 2012 Windhoek, Namibia.

The objective of the conference is to bring together water consumers, service providers, manufactures of various parts, spares and chemicals used in the water sector, as well as financiers and investors, to promote investment opportunities for the Water Sector.

The Scramble for the City – Urbanization in Namibia

Increasing numbers of rural dwellers move to town in search of employment. They are driven by the scarcity of rural resources, and attracted by urban life. Since 1991, Namibia’s urban population more than doubled. At present, 42% of the country’s 2.1 million live in urban areas.

Namibia’s cities face severe challenges. As informal settlements of the marginalized poor grow in number and size, affluent suburbs also expand. Cities grow apart, spatially and socially, reflecting intensifying social inequalities of post- independence Namibian society.

African Mayors and Municipal Authority Summit

27 Jun 2012
28 Jun 2012
Venue: 
Southern Sun, Montecasino, JHB, SA

See the attached document for more details.

Budget Statement for 2012/13 Fiscal year

Presented on the 28th February by Hon. Saara Kuugongelwa-Amadila MP,Minister of Finance,the statement speaks of what the budget offers,a performance assessment and developments in the regional Economy amongst other crucial factors.

Please see attached for an in-depth look at the statement

Ministry of Finance 2012/13 Citizens guide to the National Budget

The 2012 budget is focused on continued poverty reduction,enhanced economic growth ,improved service delivery and more jobs for Namibians amidst macroeconomic challenges and uncertainties.

For more information and detail, please see attached document

Electoral Law Reform Project -Notice of public hearing

The Law Reform and development commission (LRDC),in conjunction with the electoral commission of Namibia (ECN) and the Namibia Institute For Democracy (NID) has initiated and electoral law reform project (ELRP),under the law reform and development commission act,1991(act No. 29 of 1991) aimed at consulting stack holders and the public on issues pertaining to electoral reform.

Comment écrire un bon projet ?

Please see attached document for more information.

How to write a good project?

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Formulaire de demande

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