CLGF has teamed up with local government practitioners from the Local Government Information Unit (LGiU, UK) to take forward a new proposal for the development of a local government institute in Rwanda, in partnership with the Rwanda Association of Local Government Authorities (RALGA).
CLGF is working together with the Federation of Sri Lankan Local Government Authorities and the Ministry of Local Government and Provincial Councils to help set up a local market for women entrepreneurs in four different councils. One such local market is planned in Lankapura pradeshiya sabha in the north central province of Sri Lanka.
CLGF Secretary-General Carl Wright addressed an event on Decentralisation and development: experience from Commonwealth countries at the Kerala Institute of Local Administration (KILA) in India on 20-21 January.
Academics from India, Bangladesh and the UK came together for the first South Asian Research Colloquium at the Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta on 28-29 January.
We are seeking an exceptional individual to lead the organisation and its work. The applicant must be results -orientated and experienced in international development cooperation. They must understand the local government sector and possess excellent communication skills and sensitivity to deal with different cultural/ political environments.
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