Erscheinungsdatum: 05/2011, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: CBAS AS A VEHICLE FOR PROMOTING DEMOCRATIC GOVERNANCE IN LGA, Titelzusatz: COMMUNITY-BASED ASSOCIATIONS AS A VEHICLE FOR PROMOTING DEMOCRATIC GOVERNANCE IN LOCAL GOVT ADMINISTRATION IN NIGERIA, Autor: Oviasuyi, Dr. Patrick Osatohanmwen, Verlag: LAP Lambert Acad. Publ., Sprache: Englisch, Rubrik: Politikwissenschaft, Seiten: 328, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 505 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
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This book is based on a Participatory need assessment conducted to provide background information for the proposed Pilot Project 'Humanitarian Technology Interventions for Improving the Welfare of the Scheduled Tribes in Kerala for the ST population in Kombukuthy, Koruthode Panchayat near Mundakkayam, Kottayam District, By IEEE Kerala Section, coordinated by Life Members Affinity Group (LMAG Kerala) and School of Social Work, Marian College, Kuttikkanam (Autonomous) in Association with the Scheduled Tribe Department of Govt. of Kerala. The area is primarily a tribal hamlet occupied by Hindu Malaaraya Tribe, but other categories of people belonging to general and Dalit community also inhabit the place. Participatory appraisal was conducted in Kombukuthy on 8 April 2018 by a team of 14 trained volunteers and 4 community volunteers with the participation of around 100 villagers. The tools of PRA (Participatory Rural Appraisal) used in the study were, Daily Routine Analysis, Social and Resource Mapping, Inflow and outflow chart of community resources, Problem Tree analysis and Focus Group Discussion (theme: educational backwardness)
Swat District (Pakistan) is geographically lies from 340-34` to 350-55` North latitudes and 720-08` to 720-50` East longitudes with an area of 5337 km2. The hydrology of the District is covered by river Swat and its tributeries. River Swat rises from permanent sub rivers and nalas of Ushu khowar, Gabral or utror khowar, Harnoi khwar, Mankial khowar, Daral khowar, Madayan subrivers, Miandam khowar,Shin khowar,matta subrivers and Manglawar khowar. River Swat plays a key role in the irrigated system and drinking purposes of the area. The main sources of irrigation are water canals supplied from Swat River and its tributaries. These water canals are community or jointly owned. The Govt. has belt two irrigation water canals, Nekpikhel and Faithpur irrigation canals. These water canals irrigate hectors of the rainfed areas located at the foothills of the Hindu Raj Mountains.
In Bangladesh Gender ideology is prevailed notably in all the spheres. So women in Bangladesh lag behind in terms of education, income and power than their male counterparts. They are considered as one of the disadvantaged groups in the society. To upgrade their political power and to mainstream them in decision making process Quota or reservation of seats has been introduced in different levels of National and Local Government. But still women works as the dancing-doll of the male representatives as they comprise the minority numbers compared to the male representatives. So they face different inequalities in decision making and getting equal share of projects in Union Parishads in Bangladesh.So the Govt. as well as the international community should come forward to strengthen the position of women representatives in the Union Parishad of Bangladesh. The the empowerment of Women representatives will be possible.
In September 2000, the Millennium Development Goals were identified which focused on addressing poverty, with special recommendations on strengthening of tobacco control policies. The need to focus on effective implementation of tobacco control policies is primarily because of the large consequential burden of tobacco related diseases and death. India s social legislation on tobacco control, COTPA, 2003 is a comprehensive national initiative to protect citizens from involuntary exposure to tobacco smoke. Civil Society organization's activism has played a crucial role in providing the needful impetus to the tobacco control legislation in the state. Through HPVHA s sustained activities in collaboration with Govt Agencies on policy advocacy, community awareness, public education activities and mass media campaigns, work places and public places in Shimla have been made smoke free. The movement that has been initiated by HPVHA is the only civil society movement which is working on tobacco control and effective implementation of COTPA, 2003 in the State of Himachal Pradesh. Our efforts to make Shimla City Smoke Free has paved the way to make Himachal Pradesh a Smoke Free State.