Short Course: Governance And Public Sector Management
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Course Title: Public Policy Analysis, Formulation and Management
Venue: Kampala, UGANDA
Learning Duration: 2 weeks
Starting: 7 Aug 2017 Ending: 18 Aug 2017
Fees: 1500 USD
Payment Details: to cover tuition and training materials only.
It is true that many countries do not develop as fast they could because of three primary factors; namely, limited resources, poor governance and non-conducive policy environment. There is ample evidence to show that even with significant amount of resources, a number of countries have tended to stagnate when their policies are wrong or misdirected. Governance and policy environment are closely linked. Capacity to formulate good policies is thought to be lacking in several of the development countries. This course on 'policy analysis, formulation and management' is intended to contribute to strengthening this capacity.
HOW PARTICIPANTS WILL BENEFIT
At the end of the course participants will be able to:
Acquire skills in policy analysis;
Identify critical policy relevant information;
Carry out meaningful policy argumentation and debate;
Draft policy issue papers and cabinet memoranda for policy decision makers.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Senior government officials in core ministries;
Planning officers in line ministries;
Senior local government officials;
Representatives of development agencies and NGOs.
Current development challenges and problems;
Elements of a policy system;
Policy making/formulation process;
Role of policy research in the policy making process;
Key stakeholders in the policy process;
Policy relevant information;
Policy analytic procedures and techniques;
Institutional aspects of policy formulation;
Human resource development for policy analysis and management;
Involving the citizens in the policy development process and dialogue.
Course No: 2017-08-07-3-11-1698
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