A monitoring system for Local Governments in Pakistan by Muhammad Abd al-Hameed

A monitoring system for Local Governments in Pakistan

byMuhammad Abd al-Hameed

Kobo ebook | September 13, 2012

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Earlier, the local institutions and offices had a system of inspections, audits, inquiries, etc., to improve efficiency and facilities. It seldom worked. Now the people’s representatives provide an effective external check through the monitoring system to improve the situation.
The monitoring by elected representatives is a friendly nudge to officials, rather than an interference or intrusion in their work. The Monitoring Committees of various Councils visit Local Government institutions and offices and identify the problems that hinder efficient and effective delivery of services. They send their reports to the respective executive authorities of the Local Governments for necessary action. To help them in their work, indicative questions have been given in the second part of this book. (They may add or delete questions, depending on the situation.)
The Monitoring Committees in Unions monitor all institutions and offices of the Tehsil/Town and the District in their areas. The Committees of the Tehsil/Town Council monitor only the Offices of the Tehsil Municipal Administration. The Committees of the District Council monitor only the Offices of the District Government.

Title:A monitoring system for Local Governments in PakistanFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:September 13, 2012Publisher:Muhammad Abd al-HameedLanguage:English

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