PSIRU researches the privatisation and restructuring of public services around the world, with special focus on water, energy, waste management, and healthcare. It produces reports and maintains an extensive database on the multinational companies involved. This core database is financed by Public Services International (PSI), the global confederation of public service trade unions. ... [editors EconBiz]
The African Training and Research Centre in Administration for Development (CAFRAD) is a Pan African intergovernmental organization, established in 1964 by African governments, with the support of UNESCO; making it the first uniquely Pan-African training and research center in the continent for the improvement of public administration and governance systems in Africa. Its headquarter is located in Tangier (Morocco). Membership is open to all African countries: at present, CAFRAD has members. ... [according to site editor's information]
AAPAM is an international professional association for African Public administrators and managers. It describes itself as a forum for the articulation and dissemination of ideas on human capacity building and development issues in the African region and as a bridge between the many parties involved in development policy management - the "thinkers and the doers". AAPAM has membership of more than 500 administrators and managers and publishes the "African Journal of Public Administration and Management". ... [according to site editor's information; editors ilissAfrica]
The task of the PSCK is to assure the availability of competent human resources for efficient and effective service delivery in Kenya. Its functions are inter alia
* Recruitment for the public service and local authorities,
* Promotion and acting appointments of public officers,
* Disciplinary control in the public service and local authorities,
* Retirement and removal of public officers. ... [according to site editor's information; editors ilissAfrica]
ARLAC is to provide training for officials at all levels of labour administration system. Members are anglophone countries: Botswana, Nigeria, Egypt, Sierra Leone, Ethiopia, Seychelles, Ghana, South Africa, Kenya, Sudan, Lesotho, Somalia, Liberia, Swaziland, Malawi, Uganda, Mauritius, Zambia, Namibia and Zimbabwe. Regional activities concentrate on capacity building seminars for senior labour administrators; sub-regional activities address problems and issues that are peculiar to member countries within the same geographical sub-region; national activities are designed to meet the needs of labour officials at all levels and are planned in lose co-operation with the country concerned. ... [according to site editor's information; editors ilissAfrica]
GIMPA does not only serve as a world class Center of Excellence for training in Leadership, Business Management and Public Administration, but is the leading management development institution in Ghana. GIMPA also provides a forum for discussion and resolution of important issues. [according to site editor's information]
The mission of the Ombudsman is to serve the Mauritian community by addressing issues arising from maladministration in the public sector and redressing wrongs that may have been committed. The Ombudsman proceeds by way of independent and impartial investigations initiated upon receipt of written complaints or acting on his own initiative. The Ombudsman attempts to strike a fair balance between what the citizen expects from government services and the government that provides these services.
[according to site editor's information]The Ombudsman's objective is to develop a public service culture characterized by fairness, dedication, commitment, openness and accountability....
The Ministry is responsible for local government administration coordination generally, with five Municipalities, four District Councils and 124 Village Councils. Over and above their own revenue-generating activities, central government grants are made to the local authorities to enable them to provide services and amenities at regional level. Another important function of the Ministry concerns the responsibility for Solid Waste Management. In addition, the Ministry has general responsibility for the control and management of public beaches across the island. ... [according to site editor's information]