Breakout 1_Cherol Ala

Report
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BUILDING VIBRANT, RESILIENT & INCLUSIVE
COMMUNITIES THROUGH THE PRACTISE OF
EFFECTIVE
AND
TRANSFORMATIONAL
LEADERSHIP
ENSURE EFFECTIVE & EFFICIENT DELIVERY OF
BASIC SERVICES THROUGH LOCAL AUTHORITY
FACILITATING & SUPPORTING OF LOCAL
AUTHORITIES
IMPROVE & STENGHTHEN CAPACITY OF
PROVINICIAL
COUNCILS,
MUNICIPAL
COUNCILS & THEIR ADMINISTRATION
SINCE 2007, VANUATU ADOPTED UNHABITATE DEVELOPMENT LOCAL LEADERSHIP
TRAINING
THROUGH
CLGF
(CAPACITY
BUILDING OF LA’S)
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LOCAL AUTHORITIES ARE ESTABLISHED
THROUGH PARLIAMENT LEGISLATION,
THE PROVINCIAL COUNCILS UNDER
LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT – CAP 230 &
MUNICIPAL COUNCILS VIA MUNICIPAL
ACT, CAP 126
VANUATU HAS 6 PROVINCES & 3
MUNICIPAL COUNCILS, WHO ARE OWNERS
OF THE LOCAL AUTHORITY ASSOCIATION
VANUATU (LAAV)
DLA
IS
THE
LEAD
AGENCY
SPEARHEADING,
CAPACITY
BULDING
PROGRAMS FOR PROVINCIAL, MUNICIPAL
& LOCAL AUTHORRITIES
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SINCE 2007, VANUATU DECIDED TO ADOPT
UN-HABITAT-DEVELOPENT LOCAL LEADERS
TRAINING PACKAGE, THROUGH CLGF PACIFIC
SINCE
2007,
DIFFERENT
MODELS
OF
DELIVERING THE LEL TRAINING PROGRAMS
WERE UNDERTAKEN
IN 2010, THE MODEL WAS ADOPTED AND
LOCALISED TO THE CONTEXT OF VANUATU,
THROUGH
TRANSLATION
OF
TRAINING
MODULES & USE OF QUALIFIED LOCAL
TRAINING PROVIDERS.
IN APRIL 2014, CLGF UNDERTOOK AN
EVALUATION OF THE LEL PROGRAM AIMED AT
DETERMINING THE IMPACT OF THE PROGRAM
FINDINGS OF EVALUATION TEAM
A.
B.
C.
D.
TRAINERS FEEDBACK
ORGANIZATIONAL FEEDBACK
COMMUNITY FEEDBACK
RECOMMENDATIONS
A.
1.
2.
3.
TRAINERS FEEDBACK
CONTENTS OF MATERIALS
CHALLENGES EXPERIENCED DURING ROLL OUT
IMPROVEMENT OF FUTURE ROLL OUT
B. ORGANIZATIONAL FEEDBACK & COMMUNITY
FEEDBACK
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
MAIN
WEAKNESSES
OF
ELECTED
REPRESENTATIVES WHEN JOINNING COUNCIL
CONTRIBUTION OF LEL TO ADDRESSING THESE
WEAKNESSES
INFLUENCE OF LEL ON COUNCILORS ATTITUTE
TANGIBLES RESULTS ??
HAS TRAINING BENEFITTED COUNCILLORS
HOW AND IN WHAT WAYS ?
1.
MAIN
WEAKNESSES
OF
ELECTED
REPRESENTATIVES WHEN JOINING COUNCIL
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LACK OF UNDERSTANDING ON THEIR ROLES &
RESPONSIBILITIES
LACK UNDERSTANDING DUE TO LOW LITERACY
INTERFERE WITH ADMINISTRATION
ATTITUDE PROBLEM LEAD TO STRAINED &
MALICIOUS
RELATIONSHIPS
WITH
THE
COMMUNITY & ADMINISTRATION
C. TANGIBLE RESULTS
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COUNCILORS UNDERSTAND THEIR ROLE MUCH
BETTER
WHICH
RESULTED
IN
MORE
IMPLEMENTATION
OF
PROJECTS
IN
THE
COMMUNITIES
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN COUNCILLORS & STAFF
ARE IMPROVED
COUNCILORS ADAPTING WELL WITH NEW REFORMS
TO IMPROVE EFFICIENCY IN THE MANAGEMENT &
RUNNING OF COUNCIL AFFAIRS
COMMUNITIES & THE GOVERNMENT DEPTS. ARE
NOW WIDELY CONSULTED & ENGAGED IN DECISION
MAKING REGARDING DEVELOPMENT IN THEIR
AREAS
Continue….
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TANGIBLE RESULTS
IMPROVED
&
IMPLEMENTED
BETTER
BY-LAWS
BEING
VISITATION TO COMMUNITIES, IMPROVED
WOMEN ARE GRATUALLY
DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEES
INVOLVED
ON

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