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Annual Report 2014-2015
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Microfinance and Women Empowerment: Measuring the Access and Control over Loan Use and Resources
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Strengthening Democratic Governance through Ensuring Responsiveness of Public Institutions

Program: Decentralization & Responsive Governance

Strengthening Democratic Governance through Ensuring Responsiveness of Public Institutions
The aim of the project is ensuring responsiveness of local and national institutions for democratic governance. As a continual advocacy effort for enacting a `Democratic Decentralization Policy by the state, influencing national level policy frameworks and promoting and demonstrating innovative and best practices towards achieving local self government are also focused within the project. A key objective of the project is to increase civic participation in a guardian institution (OCAG-Office of Comptroller and Auditor General) and contributing to its increased efficiency. The project activities emphasis on policy advocacy on Democratic Decentralization Policy, formation of local government commission, reform local government acts, execution of transferred subjects from national government to local government, establishing micro-macro linkages to promote best practices at local level through national level advocacy, enhancing policy literacy of civil society on OCAG, public finance monitoring etc. For linking micro with macro and to make policy advocacy evidence based, solution centered and stakeholders led activities are implemented with 2 Upazila Parishads directly in Naogaon district. The 34 month length project from October 2013 is funded by Manusher Jonno Foundation-MJF.

 

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